We Offer....


4 Year Old Kindergarten (4K)

  • 4 full days per week

  • 2 free nutritious meals and 1 snack

  • Transportation as available


3 year old Preschool
  • 4 full days per week

  • 2 free nutritious meals and 1 snack


Early Head Start Home Visit Program

  • Serving pregnant women and families with infants and toddlers (0-3)

  • Two socializations per month with free nutritious snacks

  • Weekly home visits


0-5 Home Visit Program (Durand area)


School Age Parent Program

  • Weekly meetings at the school with other school-age parents.

  • High school credit is available.

  • Provide individualized activities during home visits 2 times a month

  • Twice a month socializations. Meet with other families and have the children socialize with each other. Meal provided.


What else do we offer?

WELCOME TO CESA #11 Menomonie Head Start and  Early Head Start

Serving children and families in Dunn County in Northwest Wisconsin


Oaklawn Harmony Centre 3375 Kothlow Ave. Suite #10

Menomonie, WI 54751


Fax:  715-235-9160



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Cheri Jacobson

Menomonie Center Director



Cheri Jacobson
Center Director
Carol Kallstrom
Center Assistant
Nicole Schmidt
Database Specialist
Becky Thomas
Sharon Sands
Teacher Assistant
Denise Brown
Teacher Assistant
Chelsea Brantner
4K Teacher
Teacher Assistant
Melissa Flug
Teacher Assistant
Lindsey Rogers
Pa Vang
Teacher Assistant
Ashlee Speiser
Teacher Assistant
Kelly Kistner
Pauline Myers
Teacher Assistant
Nancy Dieckman
Teacher Assistant
Tracy York
McKenzie Christianson
Teacher Assistant
Michelle Owings
Teacher Assistant
Bethany Burt
Family Resource Provider
Katie Dubiel
Family Resource Provider
Brittany DeMoe
Home Visitor
Allison Lamm
Home Visitor - Pepin County
Penny Holzwarth
School Age Parent - Home Visitor
Stephanie Ziehme
Home Visitor
Brianna Noyola (Jimenez)_edited
Jennifer Hewitt
Cook 1
Mirranda Sweeney
Cook 2
Brook Patrow
Cook 2
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