Giving Local Kids a Fresh Head Start

It was either just before midnight on November 30th, or in the early morning hours of December 1, 2018, when a brief tornado damaged parts of Lincoln Park Elementary School in Pensacola. While the school sustained some minor damage, one of the portable classroom buildings was damaged beyond repair. That portable building, owned by Community [...]

Giving Local Kids a Fresh Head Start2019-03-18T20:52:38+00:00

Transportation Assistant – FT

SUMMARY: Reporting to the Director of Head Start / Early Head Start, through the Admissions and Transportation Manager, the Transportation Assistant is responsible for maintaining the radio communication between the Bus Drivers, couriers, and appropriate center staff. Coordinating transportation services, record keeping and providing direction for staff are among the major responsibilities of this [...]

Transportation Assistant – FT2019-03-15T22:06:51+00:00

Dental Support Specialist

Position Summary: Reporting to the Social Services Manager, the Dental Support Specialist performs duties and work assignments with minimal supervision and assists the Health Team, Education Staff, and Social Services staff in meeting dental and office support needs of the department. Additionally, the Dental Support Specialist implements all aspects of dental services to include [...]

Dental Support Specialist2019-03-14T01:55:02+00:00

Support Services Case Manager S.O.A.R

POSITION SUMMARY: The Support Services Case Managers will report directly to the Director of Economic and Social Services Director. The Support Services Case Manager works with the participant to identify and remove barriers to employment and self-sufficiency by coordinating integrated services with appropriate community partners. They maintain frequent and sustained communication with the participant [...]

Support Services Case Manager S.O.A.R2019-03-14T01:11:28+00:00

TRANSITIONS: Getting Your Child Ready for Kindergarten

Going to kindergarten is an important life event. Preschoolers can feel excited—and a bit worried, too. Families have similar feelings, knowing their child is going to “big school.” Preschool teachers want the children in their classrooms to be ready for kindergarten and parents want the same thing. Children who are ready for kindergarten can take care of personal [...]

TRANSITIONS: Getting Your Child Ready for Kindergarten2019-03-14T02:03:49+00:00