Fall into Learning Feast Focuses on Families

by Brittany Shannon on November 8, 2010 at 9:41 am

It’s an opportunity for 285 students and their families to get together.

Head Start held their annual "Fall into Learning Feast" at the Coburn United Methodist Church. The night starts out with a dinner for the families.

"They let the whole family come and they serve everything to you. It’s just a wonderful opportunity to be with your family and you don’t have to worry about cooking or cleaning up or anything," says parent Jodie Miller.

Students put on a performance for their families and participate in other activities throughout the night.

"There are a group of students from Zane State College here, early childhood students who have an activity with a book. And then we have Rambo here to give flu immunizations, and have someone from the Health Department to talk about healthy eating," says Joan Barr, Assistant Director of Muskingum County Head Start.

Two sessions will be held Tuesday to accommodate the remaining students and their families.