Tri-Valley Opportunity Council | Head Start

Until 2011, the Tri-Valley Opportunity Council’s Head Start Child & Family Programs for the Sleepy Eye area were housed in the Sleepy Eye Elementary School. Eventually, the school district needed the leased space for their own programs, leaving Tri-Valley looking for a new facility. The district offered to work with Tri-Valley on the new facility by offering space on their property to house a new building for the Tri-Valley programs. Tri-Valley decided permanent modular construction would be the best option for their new facility. They applied for, and received, a Federal Grant to purchase a modular building. They then issued a formal RFP and interviewed the respondents. Our team was selected to do a turnkey permanent facility for an eight classroom building that would house infants, toddlers, and pre-school children in the Head Start program. Today, Tri-Valley still occupies the building and considers it one of their best facilities.

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8,000 sq. ft. PERMANENT HEADSTART FOR INFANTS, TODDLERS, AND PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN