Barb Wagner / doTERRA
Independent Product Consultant
Barb Wagner dedicated most of her career to teaching high school English and math. She now travels the country providing educational opportunities for all people interested in learning how therapeutic grade essential oils may be used as a self care wellness alternative.
Bruce Watson, Jr. / Executive Director
Early Learning Coalition of Escambia County
To identify and meet the needs of children and families to lay the foundation for lifetime success by: maximizing each child’s potential, preparing children to enter school ready to learn, and helping families achieve economic self-sufficiency.
To support this mission, the Coalition upholds these values:
- Early learning programs shall prepare children for success in school.
- Early learning programs shall involve parents as their child’s first teacher and support family skill building,
- Early learning programs shall be an integrated and seamless system of services and shall be implemented by the local coalition working with partnering agencies and programs.
- Early learning programs shall be coordinated and public funding integrated to achieve effectiveness and efficiency.
- Early learning programs shall be supported in their efforts to expand professional development and promote program quality.
We are opened to the public Monday – Thursday 7:30a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
http://blabtv.com/thedailybrew/interview/early-learning-is-key-to-success/ – Early Learning Keys to success
http://pensacolatoday.com/2015/04/vpk-gives-children-an-early-start-in-school/ The Importance of VPK Services
Melanie Perritt and Marcia Nowlin / Title One
No Child Left Behind
Title I — Improving The Academic
Achievement Of The Disadvantaged
The purpose of this title is to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and reach, at a minimum, proficiency on challenging State academic achievement standards and state academic assessments.Read more
To improve the teaching and learning of children in high-poverty schools and continue the focus on parental involvement. In order to accomplish this goal, Title I supports new roles for school districts, states, and the federal government. Schools will decide themselves on how to allocate Title I resources. Districts will play a new critical role through providing consulation, coordination, and highly qualified professional development.