Saginaw Intermediate School District would like to celebrate our Director of Early Childhood Services, Sabrina Jackson, for receiving the 2022 Nancy Butterfield Unsung Hero award. The Great Start Collaborative honors recipients with this award that contribute to their community through professional work and volunteerism during the organization's annual meeting. The award is named after a childbirth education coordinator at Covenant HealthCare that died of cancer in 2012. "Ms. Jackson is a blessing to our team and the children and families we serve in Saginaw County. This award couldn't be more well deserved," said Executive Director of Early Childhood Services, Dr. Ericka Taylor.
Early Childhood Services & Great Start Collaborative
The Saginaw ISD, Early Childhood Services Department, provides an array of supports for children and families, including home visits, preschool programs, and community supports. Programs are designed to strengthen families by providing high-quality learning environments and supports for their children while sharing access to essential family resources. Click here for more information on the Great Start Collaborative.
About Saginaw Intermediate School District
Saginaw Intermediate School District (SISD) is an educational service agency that provides effective and innovative leadership, services, resources, and programs throughout Saginaw County. Saginaw ISD provides career and technical education, early childhood, finance, human resources, instruction, pupil accounting, special education, technology, and transportation services. In addition, SISD operates multiple educational programs to meet the unique needs of students ages birth to 26 across Saginaw County, including: Hartley Outdoor Education Center, Head Start/Early Head Start and Great Start to Readiness Programs, Great Lakes Bay Early College, Saginaw County Juvenile Detention Center School, and Special Education Center Programs.