Date: July 9th, 2021
Place: Castle Falls
820 North MacArthur Blvd.
The Grand Hall
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East Coast Migrant Head Start Project has the following positions open for our new locations in Tahlequah and Anadarko, Oklahoma.
East Coast Migrant Head Start Project has the following positions openfor our new locations in Tahlequah and Anadarko, Oklahoma.
Preschool Assistant Teacher – Tahlequah
Center/Bus Caregiver – Tahlequah
Bilingual Caregiver – Tahlequah
Early Childhood Education/Disabilities Coordinator – Tahlequah
Early Childhood Education Disabilities Specialist – Tahlequah
Teacher – Tahlequah
Center Cook – Tahlequah
Family Community Partnership Health Specialist – Tahlequah
Family and Health Coordinator – Tahlequah
Bus Driver – Tahlequah
Preschool Assistant Teacher – Anadarko
Center/Bus Caregiver – Anadarko
Bilingual Caregiver – Anadarko
Center Cook – Anadarko
Teacher – Anadarko
Family and Health Coordinator – Anadarko
Early Childhood Education/Disabilities Coordinator – Anadarko
Bus Driver – Anadarko
For more information regarding all open positions, please call Patricia Lang at 919-926-3332.
ORO HEP student Stephaine Ivers completing her GED.
Being fitted for her cap and gown for upcoming graduation ceremony
ORO Development Corp. HEP, along with many Vendor’s from across the State
Come join us this weekend in Davidson, Oklahoma at 9am to 2pm September 26, 2020
S and S Farms
3401 NE Oklahoma City, OK
For many people in all walks of life, the idea of starting a vegetable garden might seem overwhelming. It could be the time investment, it might be perceived costs or it may even be a lack of know-how: what to plant, how to plant, and how to care for a garden. However, the positive benefits of being part of the agriculture community, while making it worthwhile to enable our community members in gardening brings lifelong benefits. These benefits from such an activity are, understanding nutrition, gained agriculture skills, acquiring business knowledge, and a sense of pride and accomplishment which enhances mental health.
ORO HEP program is excited to announce that we have started 2 gardens with our students to teach them how to live off the land responsibly, gain the ability through work of their own to make an income that would assist with putting money in their pockets. ORO HEP has partnered with local famer Teddy Swindall who has graciously offered the land and his knowledge of gardening for our community garden project.
The vegetables that are not sold will be donated to the surrounding communities to teach our students to pay it forward.
June 13th , 2020
13700 NE 36th Street
Free to All
ORO Development Corporation and World Champion Bull rider Danell Tipton presents a Family Fun Day to promote HEP, Educational programs in the community and other services and options youth have available to them for a better future.