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Sicangu Lakota Oyate Head Start and Early Head Start centers must follow the procedures listed below. Restrictions for outside professionals and volunteers will be enforced and all must follow the proper protocols of temperature checks, hand sanitizer, gloves, and facemasks. 


All staff must take their temperature and record when entering the center.  If the temperature is at or above 100° F, the employee will wait 10 minutes (outside the building) and retake their temperature to ensure accuracy.

Daily Health Screening Check-In sheet



Provides quality Early Childhood Education services for birth to five and pregnant women by incorporating Lakota Value and promoting self-sufficiency




We, the Sicangu Lakota Oyate Early Childhood Program value our children, families and community agencies through:

  • Teaching and modeling Lakota Values

  • Creating an enriched learning environment that supports individual child development families and staff

  • Advocating for all children, families and community agencies;

  • Empowering and supporting positive growth for our children, families, and staff​

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