Jennifer Hatten (left), a parent educator with the Independence School District’s Parents as Teachers program, worked with Sarah VanBibber and her son Carter. “When a family buys into our program,” Hatten said, “they realize that these activities are not just fun, but they’re going to make a difference in their (child’s) development.”
Jennifer Hatten (left), a parent educator with the Independence School District’s Parents as Teachers program, worked with Sarah VanBibber and her son Carter. “When a family buys into our program,” Hatten said, “they realize that these activities are not just fun, but they’re going to make a difference in their (child’s) development.” SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star
Jennifer Hatten (left), a parent educator with the Independence School District’s Parents as Teachers program, worked with Sarah VanBibber and her son Carter. “When a family buys into our program,” Hatten said, “they realize that these activities are not just fun, but they’re going to make a difference in their (child’s) development.” SUSAN PFANNMULLER Special to the Star

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