CESA 11 Head Start now has openings for the 3 year old classroom in the Turtle Lake School District for the 2020-2021 school year!  Contact Kim Rasmuson at  715-641-1829 for more information or to schedule an enrollment appointment. 
What we offer.....
3 year old Preschool

The 3 yr old classroom will operate 4 days/week (Monday - Thursday) from 8:10 - 3:25, following the school calendar.  Along with this families also receive:

 

  • 2 home visits and parent/teacher conferences

  • Ages & Stages screeners

  • Family services (focusing on family strengths, community resources, and building goals)

  • Health screenings (vision & hearing)

  • Health & Wellness (dental visits & health checks)

  • Opportunities for parent involvement and program governance

The program  uses the Frog Street 3’s curriculum which incorporates Conscious Discipline and has a strong literacy focus.

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

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WELCOME TO CESA #11 Turtle Lake  Head Start 
CESA 11 Head Start now has openings for the 3 year old classroom in the Turtle Lake School District for the 2020-2021 school year!  
Contact Kim Rasmuson at  715-641-1829 for more information or to schedule an enrollment appointment. 
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CONTACT US

205 N Oak Street

Turtle Lake, WI 54889

call us at 715-986-4470

 turtlelakeheadstart@cesa11.k12.wi.us

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CENTER DIRECTOR

Alice Boyd

Turtle Lake Center Director

aliceb@cesa11.k12.wi.us

 

Alice Boyd
Center Director
Heidi Baker
Teacher
Maria Johnson
Teacher Assistant
Kim Rasmuson
Family Resource Provider
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