See attached guide for more information about Surrogate Parents. Surrogate Parent Guide Jan 2007
“I can’t do my homework tonight. My teacher told me to look at both my parents and decide which one of you gave me my brown eyes and which gave me my red hair. And then I’m supposed to look at Josh and see what traits we have in common. How can I do that?” […]
Reading aloud helps your children develop the language skills that they will use in school and throughout their lives. Download flyer for more information and web links. Research and practice show that one simple activity — reading aloud — is the best way to prepare children for learning to read and to keep them reading […]
Read this quick, one-page fact sheet for tips on how to help prepare your youth get ready for higher education. Download here: Planting the Seeds of Higher Education for Foster Youth in Your Care
Federally funded project designed to reach Native Hawaiian foster children eligible for Special Education Services and resideing in Waipahu and surrounding areas.
Tuition waivers are available for students attending DOE summer school. Children in foster care qualify. Preference is give to students of Hawaiian ancestry. Download the flyer, which contains an informational page, an eligibility checklist, and an application form. Native Hawaiian Summer School Assistance
[singlepic id=3 w=160 h=120 float=right]Head Start programs across the state are currently enrolling children for the 04-05 school year. Foster children immediately qualify for the poverty income guidelines set by the Federal Government, ensuring eligibility for the Head Start program. Full day and part day Early Head Start programs (infants and toddlers 0-3 years of age) and […]