MHSA Parent Board Members Present at the NEHSA Conference! Great job Tabatha Colon & Tache Figueroa
Award-Winners from MHSA Annual Meeting 2018!
Board Chair Anat Weisenfreund and Executive Director Pam Kuechler pose with the awardees:Parent of the Year: Tabatha Colon
Innovation Award: ABCD Head Start for the Teaching Pyramid Observation Tool (TPOT) Program
Educator of the Year: Michelle Andrade
Honorable Mention, Parent: Frances Wharton
Head Start at the State House 2018: Sharing Head Start Stories
Pictured is our featured speaker Representative Chynnah Tyler, Representative Paul Brodeur, Representative Jack Lewis, Representative Donald Wong, Representative Dan Cahill, Senator Sal DiDomenico, our Board Vice Chair Tabatha Colon, our Executive Director Pam Kuechler, and staff from all over!
2017 Fall MHSA Conference was a success!
Picture above is Pam Kuechler (Executive Director), Tabatha Colon (Vice Chair), and Tache Figueroa (Board Member) at the Devens Conference Center on November 1, 2017
Everyone enjoyed the day beginning with Keynote Speaker Dr. Jayne Singer. In the afternoon, participants chose between the workshops “Digging Deeper: Working with Families with Complex Needs” and “Taking Care: Tools to Help Ourselves and Those Around Us Shine.”
Massachusetts Head Start Association is on AmazonSmile!
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NHSA’s Alumni Network
MHSA encourages Massachusetts Head Start alumni to join the National Head Start Alumni Network. This initiative was started by the National Head Start Association to celebrate Head Start’s semi-centennial as a public awareness campaign to promote the successes of the program’s 32 million alumni.