Our missionWorking together to empower children and families by providing comprehensive services (Health, Nutrition, Social Service, Mental Health, Disabilities, Education, Transition and Parent Involvement) that help to ensure a better future.
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Volunteers provide a helping hand at different times of the day, share in activities, i.e., field trips, set up for different trainings and assist in special projects. Volunteers will be trained on their role and responsibility when working in the program. Your cooperation and participation is appreciated. Any person who is 18 years and older can volunteer, they would need to complete an application and obtain, TB Test, Police clearance and Department of Health Human Services clearance (FIA).
  • Weekly, Monthly
  • 21+, 55+, Adults
  • Individuals
  • Indoor, Outdoor
  • Formal
  • Weekdays
How you helpVolunteers have value and impact the program in a positive way. Part of the agency’s requirement is to match a percentage of federal dollars and volunteering is one way we do it. Although volunteers are not paid, they achieve value in their work.
About usNSPHS utilize the High Scope Curriculum, whose foundation is built on active learning across developmental domains. Active learning is the cornerstone of the High Scope approach. Play is the way children learn. In an active learning setting children choose activities and materials that interest them, manipulate materials in their own ways, use language to describe their intentions and actions, and receive adult support during their play. Children work to increase their reading, writing, math, science, and social skills.
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