“Our mission is to meet the total needs of our children, as well as, the expressed needs of our parents, through comprehensive services, community partnerships and shared decision-making”

EHS Spotlight

Congratulations!

We are proud of our staff members Sharon Oglesby and Brienna Leamon for their recent graduations! They both completed their Bachelor of Science in Early Childhood and Family Studies from Southern Wesleyan University.

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Nutrition & Healthy Eating Tips

Encouraging Food Choices for a Healthy Diet Be Patient Young children may not be interested in trying new foods. Offer new foods more than once. It sometimes takes up to ten tries before a child will like a new food. Be a Planner Most children need a snack or two in...

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Transitions

The Seven C's of Communication Clear: Be clear about your goal or message Concise: Stick to the point and keep the conversation brief Concrete: Make sure whom you are speaking to has a clear picture of what you are telling them Correct: Make sure what you are saying...

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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Domestic violence negatively impacts all family members and is against the law! Did you know that: 1 out of every 4 women will experience domestic violence in her lifetime 40% of victims of severe domestic violence are men 24 people per minute are victim to physical...

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Age Appropriate Discipline

Discipline Discipline involves teaching and leaning. The word comes from the root word "disciple" which means pupil, a follower, or a learner. Did you know that... Punishment is an attempt to change behavior through an act of blame, shame, or pain. Punishment teaches...

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Family Cultures

What is Culture? A system of shared beliefs, values, customs, behaviors, and traditions that the members of society use to interact with their world and with one another. Why is Culture Important? Cultures define who we are and what we value in life. It provides us...

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