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Oregon Department of Education

    2009 2010 Directory

    Oregon Department of Education

    Office of Student Learning & Partnerships

    255 Capitol St. NE

    Salem, Oregon 97310-0203

    It is the policy of the State Board of Education and a priority of the Oregon Depart-

    ment of Education that there will be no discrimination or harassment on the

    grounds of race, color, sex, marital status, religion, national origin, age or disability

    in any educational programs, activities, or employment. Persons having questions

    about equal opportunity and nondiscrimination should contact the State Superin-

    tendent of Public Instruction at the Oregon Department of Education, 255 Capitol

    Street NE, Salem, Oregon 97310-0203. Phone 503-947-5740, FAX 503-378-4772.

    Every Student, Every Day, A Success!

    Susan Castillo

    State Superintendent of Public Instruction

    The Office of Student Learning & Partnerships, Early Childhood Programs, Oregon Head Start Prekindergarten program, produces this directory annually. Revisions to the directory are solicited in August of each year, which allows time to print and distribute by early fall.

The directory can be accessed on our web site at http://www.ode.state.or.us/search/results/?id=41

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................................ 1 INTRODUCTION .......................................................................................................................... 3

    Oregon Head Start PreKindergarten ...................................................................................... 3

    Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education ............................................................ 3

    Title I Part C Migrant Education ............................................................................................. 4

    Title I Part B, Subpart 3, Even Start Family Literacy Program ................................................ 4 EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS STAFF .................................................................................. 5 REGION 10 STAFF ...................................................................................................................... 6 Region X Office of Head Start ................................................................................................... 6 Head Start Support Contract ..................................................................................................... 6 Region X Head Start Training & Technical Assistance Regional Contract ................................. 7 Oregon State Head Start Training & Technical Assistance Contract .......................................... 7 Office of Grants Management .................................................................................................... 7 OREGON HEAD START ASSOCIATION OFFICERS ................................................................... 8 NOTES ......................................................................................................................................... 9 OREGON HEAD START PREK PROGRAMS ............................................................................ 10 Albina Head Start .................................................................................................................... 10 Clackamas County Children’s Commission ............................................................................. 11 Clackamas ESD Prekindergarten ............................................................................................ 12 Comm. Action HS of Marion & Polk Counties .......................................................................... 13 Community Action HS of Washington Co. ............................................................................... 14 Community Action Team, Inc. .................................................................................................. 15 Community Services Consortium ............................................................................................. 16 Eastern Oregon Head Start ..................................................................................................... 17 Family Building Blocks ............................................................................................................. 18 Head Start of Lane County ...................................................................................................... 20 Head Start of Yamhill County .................................................................................................. 21 Kids and Company of Linn County (Kidco) Head Start ............................................................ 22 Klamath Family Head Start ...................................................................................................... 23 Malheur County Child Development Center ............................................................................. 24 Mid-Columbia Children’s Council, Inc. ..................................................................................... 25 Mt. Hood Community College Head Start ................................................................................ 26 Neighborhood House ............................................................................................................... 27 NeighborImpact Head Start ..................................................................................................... 28 North Central ESD Early Education Head Start ....................................................................... 29 OCDC of Jackson County........................................................................................................ 30 OCDC of Klamath County........................................................................................................ 31 OCDC of Marion County .......................................................................................................... 32 OCDC of Washington County .................................................................................................. 33 Oregon State University Child Development Center ................................................................ 34 Portland Public Schools Head Start ......................................................................................... 35 Salem-Keizer Head Start Prekindergarten ............................................................................... 36 South Coast Head Start ........................................................................................................... 37 Southern Oregon Child & Family Council ................................................................................ 38 The Children’s Learning Center ............................................................................................... 39 Umatilla-Morrow Head Start, Inc. ............................................................................................. 40 United Community Action Network (UCAN) Head Start ........................................................... 41 NOTES ....................................................................................................................................... 42 ACF REGION X TRIBAL HEAD START PROGRAMS ................................................................ 43 Cay-Uma-Wa Head Start ......................................................................................................... 43 Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start .............................................................................................. 44 Grand Ronde Tribal Head Start ............................................................................................... 45 Siletz Tribal Head Start ............................................................................................................ 46

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    Warm Springs Tribal Head Start .............................................................................................. 47 NOTES ....................................................................................................................................... 48 EVEN START PROGRAMS ........................................................................................................ 49

    West Washington Co. Family Literacy Collaborative Even Start ........................................... 49

    Salem Even Start ................................................................................................................. 49

    South Coast Even Start System ........................................................................................... 49 MIGRANT EDUCATION PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS (TITLE E 1-C) .......................................... 50

    Oregon Migrant Education Service Center ........................................................................... 50

    Oregon Department of Education ......................................................................................... 50

    #2 Clackamas ESD .............................................................................................................. 51

    #3 Columbia Gorge ESD ...................................................................................................... 51

    #5 Forest Grove SD ............................................................................................................. 51

    #6 Northwest Regional ESD................................................................................................. 51

    #8 Hillsboro School District .................................................................................................. 51

    #9 Hood River County SD .................................................................................................... 51

    #10 Southern Oregon ESD .................................................................................................. 52

    #11 High Desert ESD ........................................................................................................... 52

    #15 Ontario/Annex SDs ....................................................................................................... 52

    #16 Willamette ESD ............................................................................................................. 52

    #19 Portland SD................................................................................................................... 52

    #20 Umatilla-Morrow ESD .................................................................................................... 52

    #21 Nyssa/Adrian/Vale SDs ................................................................................................. 53

    #23 Beaverton SD ................................................................................................................ 53

    #25 Woodburn SD ............................................................................................................... 53

    #26 Multnomah ESD ............................................................................................................ 53

    #27 Salem-Keizer SD........................................................................................................... 53

    #28 Lane ESD ..................................................................................................................... 53 ACF REGION X MIGRANT AND SEASONAL HEAD START ..................................................... 54 Oregon Child Development Coalition (OCDC) ......................................................................... 54

    Central Office ....................................................................................................................... 54 County Programs .................................................................................................................... 54

    OCDC of Hood River County ............................................................................................... 54

    OCDC of Jackson County .................................................................................................... 54

    OCDC of Jefferson County .................................................................................................. 55

    OCDC of Klamath County .................................................................................................... 55

    OCDC of Malheur County .................................................................................................... 55

    OCDC of Marion County ...................................................................................................... 55

    OCDC of Multnomah Co ...................................................................................................... 55

    OCDC of Polk County .......................................................................................................... 55

    OCDC of Umatilla County .................................................................................................... 56

    OCDC of Wasco County ...................................................................................................... 56

    OCDC of Washington Co ..................................................................................................... 56 OREGON HEAD START PREK PROGRAMS BY COUNTY ....................................................... 57 OREGON HS PREK GRANTEE TYPES ..................................................................................... 60 PROGRAM TYPE AND FUNDING VARIATIONS ....................................................................... 61 EI/ECSE SERVICE AREA CONTACTS ...................................................................................... 62 WEB BASED RESOURCES ....................................................................................................... 63

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    INTRODUCTION

Oregon Head Start PreKindergarten

    OHS PreK is a comprehensive, high quality early childhood development program serving child-ren ages three to five from families living at or below the federal poverty level. The program offers integrated services to support school readiness. Integrated services include:

; Education and early childhood development

    ; Child health and nutrition

    ; Parent education and family support

    There are 31 OHS PreK programs serving children in all 36 counties in Oregon. These programs receive funding from the Federal Office of Head Start, the Oregon Department of Education, or both. A state and federal partnership agreement allows grantees to blend funding to provide a seamless, integrated program that is tailored to meet the needs of children and families in their community.

In addition to OHS PreK, specialized Head Start programs in Oregon include:

    ; Early Head Start, a comprehensive program for pregnant women, infants and toddlers. ; Migrant Head Start, funded by the Migrant and Seasonal Programs Branch of the Head Start

    Bureau, serves children ages 0-5 of migrant farm workers.

    ; Seasonal Head Start funded by the Migrant and Seasonal Programs Branch of the Head Start

    Bureau and serves children ages 3-5 of seasonal farm workers.

    ; Tribal Head Start, funded by the American Indian-Alaska Native Program Branch of the Head

    Start Bureau, serves 3-5 year old Native American children on reservations and in urban

    areas.

Early Intervention/Early Childhood Special Education

    Early Intervention (―EI‖ - services for children birth through age 2) and Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE for children age 3 to kindergarten) are federally and state funded programs that provide specialized services to children with disabilities and their families. EI services are provided in natural settings, such as the family’s home, and typically include therapies for the child, as well as training and support for the parents on how to work with their child. ECSE servic-es are educational in nature and are provided in the least restrictive environment, examples of which include Head Start classrooms, child care programs and ECSE classrooms, depending on the needs of the individual child. EI and ECSE services are always free to families.

    Each child enrolled in EI or ECSE services has an Individual Family Services Plan (IFSP) which addresses the child’s individual needs and is developed by a team that includes parents and pro-

    fessionals. Local area contractors provide the EI and ECSE services described in the IFSP either directly or by subcontracting with other local programs.

    Referrals can be made by contacting the local EI/ECSE program in your county.

Contact: nancy.johnson-dorn@state.or.us or 503-947-5703

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Title I Part C Migrant Education

    Title I Part C Migrant Education funding comes from the U.S. Department of Education (USED) and is administered by the Oregon Department of Education (ODE), Office of Educational Im-provement and Innovation, Migrant Education Service Center. Oregon Migrant Education pre-school programs serve eligible children ages 3-5. Each program has an emphasis on family literacy, native language instruction and parent involvement.

Contact: jonathan.fernow @state.or.us or 503-947-5807

Title I Part B, Subpart 3, Even Start Family Literacy Program

    Title I Part B Even Start funding comes from the U.S. Department of Education and is adminis-tered by the Oregon Department of Education. The purpose of the William F. Goodling Even Start Program, which is part of the No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Act of 2001, is to help break the cycle of poverty and illiteracy by improving educational opportunities for the nation’s low-income fami-

    lies. Even Start Family Literacy Programs serve families with one or more children ages 0-7 and one or more adults with a low level of literacy. Even Start is based on the philosophy that the edu-cational attainment of children and their parents is interrelated, and that improving the literacy skills of parents promotes academic achievement in their children. Even Start achieves this through the integration of early childhood education, adult literacy (adult basic education or Eng-lish as a second language), and parent education.

Contact: dell.ford@state.or.us or 503-947-5810

     nancy.johnson-dorn@state.or.us or 503-947-5703

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    Oregon Department of Education

    Office of Student Learning & Partnerships

    EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS STAFF

    Public Service Building

    255 Capitol St. NE

    Salem, OR 97310-0203

Phone: 503-947-5600

    FAX: 503-378-5156 Website: www.ode.state.or.us

    Nancy Latini Nancy Johnson-Dorn Assistant Superintendant Early Childhood Programs Director Office of Student Learning & Partnerships 503-947-5703

    503-947-5702 nancy.johnson-dorn@state.or.us nancy.latini@state.or.us

Teckla Buller Ruby Sandberg

    Early Childhood Programs Early Childhood Programs Administrative Specialist Support Specialist

    503-947-5747 503-947-5738

    teckla.buller@state.or.us ruby.sandberg@state.or.us

Laurie Danahy Kara Williams

    Early Childhood Education Specialist Early Childhood Education Specialist OR Head Start Prekindergarten Programs OR Head Start Prekindergarten Programs 503-947-6500 503-947-5728

    laurie.danahy@state.or.us kara.williams@state.or.us

Dell Ford EVEN START

    FAMILY LITERACY PROGRAMS Early Childhood Education Specialist

    Head Start Collaboration Project

    Nancy Johnson-Dorn 503-947-5810

    dell.ford@state.or.us Early Childhood Programs Director

     503-947-5703

    nancy.johnson-dorn@state.or.us

    Dell Ford

    Early Childhood Education Specialist

    503-947-5810

    dell.ford@state.or.us

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    REGION 10 STAFF

    U.S. Department of Health & Human Services

    Administration for Children & Families (ACF)

    2201 Sixth Ave., Ste. 1330

    Seattle, WA 98121-1827

Phone: See direct lines FAX: 206-615-2575

    Web Site: www.acf.hhs.gov/programs/region10

    Region X Office of Head Start

Nancy Hutchins Julianne Crevatin

    Regional Program Manager Team Administrator 206-615-3661 206-615-2615

    nancy.hutchins@acf.hhs.gov julianne.crevatin@acf.hhs.gov

Laura Bocchetti Leslie Jenkins

    Program Specialist Program Specialist

    206-615-2617 206-615-3631

    laura.bocchetti@acf.hhs.gov leslie.jenkins@acf.hhs.gov

Donna Kahle Dorothy Shields

    Program Specialist Program Specialist

    206-615-2764 206-615-2619

    donna.kahle@acf.hhs.gov dorothy.shields@acf.hhs.gov

    Head Start Support Contract

Claudia Shanley Paul Michelson

    Program Specialist Financial Specialist/Auditor 206-615-3686 206-615-3774

    Claudia.shanley@acf.hhs.gov Paul.michelson@acf.hhs.gov

    Susan Luke Martyn Valenzuela Financial Specialist Financial Specialist

    206-615-3767 206-615-2616

    Susan.luke@acf.hhs.gov Martyn.valenzuela@acf.hhs.gov

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    Region X Head Start Training & Technical Assistance Regional Contract

    Margy Miller Renee Andrae GPSS Program Manager GPSS Administrative Assistant IV 206-615-3672 206-615-3776 margaret.miller@acf.hhs.gov renee.andrae@acf.hhs.gov

    Nancy Hodge Leslie Maxfield Grantee Performance Support Specialist Grantee Performance Support Specialist

    GPSS) GPSS)

    541-633-7150 541-882-3409 nhodge@icfi.com lmaxfield@icfi.com

    Oregon State Head Start Training & Technical Assistance Contract

    Lillian R. Carrillo Myra M. Classen Program Manager State Specialist 503-668-4464 503-554-6846 lcarrillo@icfi.com mclassen@icfi.com

Diane Ponder

    Infant/Toddler Specialist

    503-246-1570

    dponder@zerotothree.org

    Office of Grants Management

    Teresa Trimble Lee Gooding Grants Officer Discretionary Grants 206-615-2614 206-615-3669 teresa.trimble@acf.hhs.gov leroy.gooding@acf.hhs.gov

James Smith

    Grants Management Specialist

    206-615-3685

    james.smith@acf.hhs.gov

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    OREGON HEAD START ASSOCIATION OFFICERS

    805 Liberty Street NE, Suite 2

    Salem OR, 97301

Phone: 503-779-2556 FAX: 503-399-9858

    Website: http://www.ohsa.net

Judy Miller Nancy Perin

    OHSA Executive Director OHSA Board President

    805 Liberty Street NE, Suite 2 PO Box 2780

    Salem, OR 97301 Wilsonville, OR 97070-2780

    503-779-2556 541-224-1007

    jmiller@ohsa.net nancy.perin@ocdc.net

Ron Herndon

    NHSA President

    Albina Head Start

    3417 NE 7th Avenue

    Portland, OR 97212

    503-282-1975

    ronalbina@aol.com

Ruby Miller Sami Allen

    Events Coordinator Newsletter Coordinator

    541-747-2425 541-747-2425

    rmiller@hsolc.org sallen@hsolc.org

StatewideThe Oregon Head Start Association (OHSA) is a 501 (c) (3) non profit association

    which provides leadership, advocacy and training for Oregon Head Start Pre Kindergarten Pro-

    grams. The Association serves parents, staff, directors and volunteers through training activities,

    scholarships, conferences, a newsletter, web page and assistance with resource development.

    We are governed by an 12 member Executive Board and are members of the National Head Start

    Association (NHSA).

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