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Welcome to the Reach-Up Head Start blog! Here you will find information about our programs, stories from our staff and families, mental health resources, news and event information, our virtual wellness room, and more.

Career Opportunities

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR The Board of Directors seeks an Executive Director for Reach-Up Inc., a not-for-profit, human services agency serving Benton, Sherburne, and Stearns Counties. AGENCY SUMMARY: Reach-Up Inc. works in…

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Reach-Up Head Start Featured on St. Cloud Shines

Reach-Up Head Start was recently featured in a story from St. Cloud Shines. Click below to read! FULL STORY FEATURE HERE

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Greetings From Mary Mackedanz

My name is Mary Mackedanz and I’m the newly hired Reach-Up Executive Director. Please click on the link to hear a little more from myself.

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March 2022 Edition of The Whistler

Division of Responsibility in Feeding Children have natural ability with eating. They eat as much as they need, they grow in the way that is right for them, and they…

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From the Reach-Up Board of Directors

We are grateful to Dr. Linda Earl for her work as Executive Director of Reach-Up. During her tenure as ED she has been an essential part of this organization. Linda…

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September 2021 Edition of The Whistler

ARE YOU FLU READY? Take time to get a flu vaccine What is the difference between Influenza (Flu) and COVID-19? Influenza (flu) and COVID-19 are both contagious respiratory illnesses, but…

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August Edition of The Whistler

Extreme Heat With sizzling temperatures and recent heat advisories issued by the National Weather Service, there are many ways to “beat the heat.” Despite the high temperatures, the use of…

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June/July Issue of The Whistler

8 Steps to Prevent Heart Disease and Stroke 1. Know your risk. 2. Eat a healthy diet. 3. By physically active. 4. Watch your weight. 5. Live tobacco-free. 6. Manage…

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Career with Reach-Up

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May 2021 Edition of The Whistler

MAY IS MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS MONTH May is a time to raise awareness of those living with mental or behavioral health issues and to help reduce the stigma so many…

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