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FACE Program

Wingate FACE Cubs Board with Student Projects Pinned to the Board.

The FACE program staff would like to WELCOME you and your family to our program.

FACE is a comprehensive child-parent/guardian support program that provides a variety of educational, family, and personal developmental services. The goal is to develop partnerships that connect families and children with the essential educational, cultural, and social development assets that are available to them. The Navajo Community is the family’s first, most present and available resource.

The goal is to continue developing impactful programs that combine early childcare development with parental involvement. FACE understands effective childcare development relies heavily upon the relationships between the child, parent, and community. FACE programs strive to enhance child and family literacy rates, early special needs identification, and promote parental involvement for overall well-being.


Family Photo of a Family of Three in a Classroom, a Man Holding a Baby, and a Woman Next to Them, That Participate in the FACE Program.


Early Childhood entails children ages 2.8 through 5 years old.

Adult Classes begin at 8:00 am to 2:00 pm, Monday through Friday.


Teachings are conducted within the homes for prenatal, newborn, and toddlers to age 2.8.

Mrs. Bernita King, Parent Educator will schedule bi-weekly visits with each family and teach within the home.


Parents of children attending the Early Childhood class will participate daily in the Adult Education Program.

Classes are Monday through Friday, 8 am to 2:00 pm.

Ms. Verdie Martinez, Adult Educator

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