Help Support Elesha Julien and Her Family During This Difficult Time

2018-05-14T22:34:50+00:00 May 14th, 2018|Categories: Early Learning|Tags: , |

Many of you have had the pleasure of meeting our EHS home visitor, Elesha Julien. In the short time she has been with us, Elesha has brought much warmth and laughter to the home-based EHS staff meetings (and day-to-day in the office). Sadly, Elesha lost her mother* quite suddenly and unexpectedly. If you are interested [...]

Welcome Nelly, Our New Early Learning Program Services Director!

2017-12-28T18:11:35+00:00 December 28th, 2017|Categories: Early Learning|Tags: , , |

We are excited to share that the Early Learning program will be welcoming Nelly Mbajah as the new EL Program Services Director on January 2nd! Nelly brings a wealth of experience in early learning and statewide work focused on children and families. In her career, she has provided direct service as a teacher at Childhaven [...]

Educare BBQ Celebration

2017-08-29T18:55:02+00:00 August 29th, 2017|Categories: Early Learning|

  After a long week of trainings at the ESD, the Educare team came together for a BBQ retreat to relax, enjoy food made by the staff,  play games, plan for next year and to most importantly...enjoy each other's company! Robert Reyna, Family Advocate Manager, graciously hosted staff at his Burien home. Kellie Morrill, P-3 [...]

Have you Read Educare Seattle’s Blog Lately?

2017-08-22T20:26:54+00:00 August 22nd, 2017|Categories: Early Learning|Tags: |

Have you read Educare Seattle's Blog Lately? Did you know 3 of the 4 current bloggers are Educare staff?Educare Seattle believes that it is vital for families, teachers and educators to raise awareness about the value and vital importance of learning during a child’s first five years of life, to be part of the conversation and [...]

Poverty Comes To PSESD

2017-01-25T18:25:53+00:00 January 25th, 2017|Categories: Early Learning|

Poverty is not a game. It can, however be experienced through a simulation activity as 121 Early Learning family support staff discovered during recent trainings, on Jan 12 and 19th.  During the Poverty Immersion simulation, which was facilitated by a group from Washington State University, participants were asked to survive a virtual month living in [...]