SUCAP moves into new temporary home

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SUCAP moves into new temporary home

Southern Ute Cultural Center donating space for three classrooms
Head Start teacher Storm'in Bible, center, works on a job chart with students Evan Gutierrez, left, and Isabella Aguilar, right. Three new Head Start classrooms are now located in the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum in Ignacio.
A preschool classroom for Head Start includes bison and antelope mounts hanging on the wall, which the students like having in the classroom, administrators say.
Melanie Lawrence, right, a Head Start preschool teacher in Ignacio, leads circle time in the program's new space in the Southern Ute Cultural Center.
Classrooms in the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum are the new home this school year for SUCAP's Head Start program.

SUCAP moves into new temporary home

Head Start teacher Storm'in Bible, center, works on a job chart with students Evan Gutierrez, left, and Isabella Aguilar, right. Three new Head Start classrooms are now located in the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum in Ignacio.
A preschool classroom for Head Start includes bison and antelope mounts hanging on the wall, which the students like having in the classroom, administrators say.
Melanie Lawrence, right, a Head Start preschool teacher in Ignacio, leads circle time in the program's new space in the Southern Ute Cultural Center.
Classrooms in the Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum are the new home this school year for SUCAP's Head Start program.
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