Bishop Indian

Headstart Program

Providing a safe, healthy, nurturing
and stimulating learning environment, and promoting school readiness.

ABOUT US
Our School

Facilities and Organizations

We strive to work closely with you in a partnership that will facilitate the transitions between home and school. Our goal is to provide the highest quality care and education for your children and to ensure that you and your family are valued and respected.

Contact Us

LOCATION:
405 N. Barlow Lane
Bishop, CA 93514

PHONE:
(760) 872 – 3911

FAX:
(760) 582 – 4291

SCHOOL HOURS:
Monday – Friday: 8 am – 3 pm

Wild Fire Smoke Policy & Procedure

2021-2022 Downloadable Headstart Application

Download Application

2021-2022 Online Headstart Application

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IMPORTANT ITEMS

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Media

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Nutrition

Plans
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Helpful Links

A List of helpful outside websites

Safety

Stranger Danger: Rules to Stay Safe

The Mission

The Mission of the Bishop Indian Head Start program is to provide a safe, healthy, nurturing and stimulating learning environment, and to promote the school readiness of children age three to five by enhancing their cognitive, social, and emotional development by creating a learning environment that supports children’s growth in language, literacy, mathematics, science, emotional functioning, creative arts, physical skills, approaches to learning, and cultural diversity.

Vision

The Bishop Indian Head Start Program’s Vision is to provide families,
children, staff, and the community with a diverse learning experience. Bishop Indian Head Start collaborates with community services to provide education on parenting, leadership, disabilities, health, mental health, nutrition, fitness, and culture.

Philosophy

The Bishop Indian Head Start Program’s Philosophy is to create a developmentally appropriate, individualized and enriched environment for every child. Bishop Indian Head Start believes in the empowerment of families so that they may make informed decisions about their children’s education and well-being.

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Program Information

Certain forms are currently being updated and will be available for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.

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Parent Letter On Healthy School Initiative

Bishop Paiute Community Resource Guide

The Healthy Schools Act FAQ's

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Child Development

Certain forms are currently being updated and will be available for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.

Positive Reward Activities

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Active Supervision

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Kindergarten Skills

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Incarcerated Parent Family Supports

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Helping Young Children Cope With Parent Incarceration

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A Developmental Continuum from Early Infancy to Kindergarten Entry

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BIHS Monthly Learning Themes

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Positive Guidance Techniques

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Education and Health Content Service Plan

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Child Development and Health and Safety Policy and Procedures

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SELPA

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Parents And The IEP Process

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ABC'S Of IEP

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Special Education Basics

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IEP Basics And What You Should Know

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18 Tips for Getting Quality Special Education Services for Your Child

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Fact Sheet For Families And School Staff

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Solving Special Education Disputes Between Parents And School Districts

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Mental Health Service Plan

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Disability Work Plan

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Developmental Milestones Ages Birth to 17

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Baby At 2 Months Milestone Checklist

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Milestone Moments

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Activities For Children 36-48 Months Old

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Activities For Children 48-60 Months Old

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BIHS Child Behavior Policy Guidelines and Form

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Managing Infectious Diseases In Head Start

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Transportation

Certain forms are currently being updated and will be available for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.

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Bus Lesson Plan

Kids In Hot Cars Heatstroke Safety Tips For Parents And Caregivers

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Monitoring & Planning

Certain forms are currently being updated and will be available for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.

2021 Annual Report

2021 Program Self-Assessment and Program Improvement Plan

2021 OHS Federal Review

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BIHS Community Survey

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BIHS School Wide 2020 Report

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OHS 2018 Class Report

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OHS 2018 Class Review

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OHS 2013 Class Report

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2020-2025 5 Year Strategic Plan and Yearly Outcomes

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Self-Assessment 2021

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Health and Safety Certification

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Community Assessment

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Headstart Program Information Report

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2019 Annual Report

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2018 Annual Report

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2017 Annual Report

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2016 Annual Report

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2015 Annual Report

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BIHS Triennial Review

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Legalities

Certain forms are currently being updated and will be available for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.

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Health and Safety Policies and Procedures

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No Idling Policy

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Media, Newsletters & Calendar

Certain forms are currently being updated and will be available for the upcoming 2022-23 school year.

On Friday, December 17th, kids and staff at Bishop Indian Head Start got a special visitor with some surprises for the kids.

BIHS Director Susie Cisneros, said “On behalf of the Head Start Children and Staff we want to thank you for making our Annual Christmas Tree a Success! All the Children had a wonderful day. They were very excited to receive your gifts delivered by our Special visitor.”

A big thank you to the BIHS Staff who work extremely hard throughout the year to make sure the kids learn while having fun.

Thank you everyone who helped make this happen.

Bishop Indian Headstart

Community Garden

Learning Traditional Gardening & Lifeways

Headstart Staff

Meet Our Team

We work close with each other, our students and parents, to ensure the best educational experience possible.

Susie Cisneros

Director and Civil Rights Coordinator

Amanda Miloradich

Health and Disabilities Manager

Paige Sills

ERSEA/Family Advocate

Tanya Spoonhunter

Teacher

Lena Dondero

Teacher

Trisha Salazar

Teacher

Dayle Dondero

Teacher

Annette Dondero

Teacher

Eileen Jackson

Associate Teacher

Paula Manriquez

Associate Teacher

Tashina Brown

Associate Teacher

Alex Fimbres

Data Entry

Clifton "Chef Chopper" Mason

Nutrition Manager

Gwen Turner

Transportation

Darrin Bernard

Transportation

Max Ortiz

Bus Monitor / Gardner

Karen Howard

Support Staff

Marylou Enriquez

Support Staff

Teresa Oser

Mental Health Contractor

Licensed Educational Psychologist #LEP3855 Catalyst Psychological Services

Get In Touch

LOCATION:
405 N. Barlow Lane
Bishop, CA 93514

PHONE:
(760) 872 – 3911

FAX:
(760) 582 – 4291

SCHOOL HOURS:
Monday – Friday: 8 am – 3 pm