A storm shelter, big enough to keep all the children in the class safe, was installed at the Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership facility.
The shelter was dedicated on Tuesday, October 29.
Katie Autry, Health, Mental Health, Nutrition Manager was especially thankful to the Seneca-Cayuga Nation.
“Northeast Oklahoma Community Action Agency would like to thank the Seneca-Cayuga Nation for providing a storm shelter for the Early Head Start and Education Station childcare programs,” said Autry. “The safety of the children in our care is our number one priority. The new storm shelter provides a safe environment in the event of bad weather, as well as giving parents peace of mind knowing that their child is safe.”
It you have questions or would to contact the program email Autry at Kautry@neocaa.org or call 918-253-5993.