Educare Winnebago

Educare Winnebago is the first Educare school to serve Native American children and families. The school combines Educare’s best practices with activities that honor local culture and traditions. Children are taught in the native Ho-Chunk language in addition to English. A cultural resource room houses events, community college classes and after-school tutoring programs for K-3rd grade students from Winnebago Public Schools. Educare Winnebago is located on the Winnebago Indian Reservation in northeast Nebraska.

SUCCESS STORY

Stories of men in early education

February 6, 2017

Three staff members of Educare schools shared stories about their profession with Men in Early Childhood-Colorado, an audio digital story project. The initiative was created by Soren Gall, formerly of Educare Denver. More than 50 men from across the country… Read More

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Educare Winnebago
317 Frenchman
Winnebago, NE 68071
402.878.4370

Quick Facts:

  • Serves 175 children birth to age five and their families
  • Opened March 2014
  • Partners: Winnebago Tribal Council, Winnebago Head Start Program, Little Hill Child Development Center, Winnebago Public Schools, St. Augustine School, Buffett Early Childhood Fund