Equal Opportunity for All: ADA

Everyone has the right to an equal opportunity to take part in mainstream American life. Buildings must have entrances that don’t require walking up stairs. Sidewalks must have curbs that slope to ease transitions for wheelchairs. We’re used to seeing accommodations...

A Safety-First Approach

New electric can opener reduces risk of injury, saves time, and creates happier employees With the task of preparing food to feed hundreds of students each day, a food service employee devotes a lot of time to prepping meals. This includes tasks such as chopping and...

How One Child’s Passion for Octopuses Shaped a Curriculum

How do octopuses eat? This simple question, and the unceasing inquisitiveness of a four-year-old boy, created a fascination that spread throughout the classroom at Friendly Grove Head Start/ECEAP Center in Olympia. Fueled by this young man’s passion, the curiosity of...