Superior Head Start Happenings – School year winds down

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Superior, AZ – Ladies and gentleman, students and teachers, volunteers and friends, as ever it does, time has moved on and it has brought us to the end. On Wed., May 22 Superior Head Start students will have their last day of class, some for the joyous freedom of summer and some to move on to a new beginning, in a new class setting, once the season is done.
In celebration of their achievements at work and play, in the classroom or on field trips, the children will be participating in a presentation, each receiving a certificate of completion.

“As the program year comes to an end, the children, parents and staff would like to thank the Superior Sun Newspaper for the awesome coverage of children’s activities throughout the 2012-13 program year.” Ms. Olmos said.
She would also like to thank Jayme Valenzuela, Mayor Town of Superior, and Council members, Superior Chamber of Commerce, Superior Substance Abuse Coalition, Resolution Copper Company, Kids’ Closet, Café Piedra Roja and Sun Life Dental, Pinal County Sheriff’s Office, Superior Police and Fire Dept. and Save Money Market, Superior His N Her Hair Salon, Superior Public Library, members of the community, as well as the community and parent volunteers who helped the children have a successful program year.

“It is members of the community that help make a positive difference in a child’s life. Every young child deserves the opportunity to discover,” Ms. Olmos said.

In the photos, you can see young children experiencing the opportunity of discovery, as their school year ends and they move on to their new beginnings.

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