F.A.C.E.

What is F.A.C.E

FACE was initiated in 1990, and currently has programs in 46 Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) funded schools. It was designed as a family literacy program; an integrated model for an early childhood/parental involvement program for American Indian families in BIE-funded schools. Evaluation indicates that FACE programs are succeeding in addressing achievement gaps for American Indian children primarily located on rural reservations, and in better preparing them for school.

FACE Attributes:

  • Family and Child Education 
  • Located at Salt River Elementary 
  • We are a family literacy program. 
  • We emphasize the importance of parents as a child’s first teacher. 
  • Native Americans are eligible for the free 
  • Families w/ children prental-5 years old

Areas of Impact:

Home based - Home Visits - Services for families from prenatal to age 3 at home

  • Receive information on your child’s development 
  • Lessons incorporate parent and child activities 
  • Meet other parents monthly 
  • Children receive a book per month from the Imagination Library

Center based-Early Childhood Education - For children ages 3 to 5, must attend school with parent/caregiver 

  • Active Learning 
  • Dialogic Reading-gains in language development & vocabulary
  • 1 Hour of Parent & Child Together time (PACT) 
  • Field Trips 
  • Promotes the Pima-Maricopa language & culture 

Center based-Adult EducationFor adult participants of home base & center baseAdult Basic Education/GED 

  • Life Skills 
  • Computer Literacy 
  • Parent Time- Parenting skills 
  • Career Skills 
  • Pima-Maricopa language & cultural activities 
  • PACT time with K-3 
  • Field Trips
  • “Equipped For the Future” Curriculum 

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