FACE Program

FACE Program

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The goals of the FACE program are: to support parents/primary caregivers in their role as their child’s first and most influential teacher; to increase family literacy; to strengthen family-school-community connections; to promote the early identification and services to children with special needs; to increase parent participation in their child’s learning; to support and celebrate the unique cultural and linguistic diversity of each American Indian community served by the program; and to promote lifelong learning. Program services integrate language and culture in two settings: home and school.

Read information about our services and associated links below.

Center-Based Services


  • Certified Teachers
  • Children ages 3 to 5
  • Learn through play
  • Active learning
  • PACT Time (Parent and Child Together) learning and playing together

Kindergarten - Third Grade

  • Children attend classes at the Fond du Lac Ojibwe School
  • PACT Time (Parent and Child Together)

Adult Education

  • Certified Teacher
  • Adults come to school with their child
  • Adults work towards goal achievement: high school diploma, GED, college, employment, parenting skills, etc.
  • Parent time

Home-Based Services

  • Certified Parent Educators
  • Prenatal to children age 3
  • Home visits weekly or bi-weekly
  • Child development curriculum
  • Parenting support
  • Community resource connections