Baker County

 Maria Weer

  Executive Director

 

  

  mweer@oregonbhf.org

 

Malheur County

  Lea Nunamaker

  Parent Education Coordinator

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  lnunamaker@oregonbhf.org

 

Wallowa County

 Maria Weer

  Executive Director

 

  

  mweer@oregonbhf.org

 

 

This is a very exciting category for us.  The fundamental goal of the Oregon Parent Education Collaboration and GROW EO is to promote the idea that learning is a life-long process and that parents are the primary teacher to their children.  In addition to our Parent Education programs, there are many community partners who are available to assist you in educating your children. 

 

 

  • Preschool/Daycare Programs

  • Education Service District Services

  • Local School Districts

  • Private/Religious Schools

  • Home School Associations/Groups

  • Home Visiting/Preschool By Mail

  • Local Libraries

  • GED/Adult Education Resources

 

 

Click on your county below to find local resources.

 

Baker County

 

 

Malheur County

 

 

Wallowa County

US Department of Education Publication: Helping Your Preschool Child, with activities for children from infancy through age 5

 

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More Dept of Ed Brochures

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FREE Brochures and Reading Materials

Ready at Five: Parents Matter

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Zero to Three: Getting Ready for School begins at Birth

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Parents As Teachers: PAT Update

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We have more options for educating our children today than ever and the resources start as early as toddler years.  There are many pre-school at home and home-visitor programs available depending on your county.  These programs are made available to promote the ideology of School Readiness but...

 

 

 

 

What is School Readiness?

 

 

The Head Start Early Learning Framework shown here shares many of the school readiness goals and is a good example of how we can support our children in healthy development toward success in school.  School readiness includes things like understanding feelings, gross and fine motor development, and self-expression.