Sarah is the executive director of the Carlton County United Way. Sarah is a lifelong Cloquet resident and extremely passionate about Carlton County and the people she serves. Sarah was formally a Public Education Coordinator for the Cloquet Area Fire District.
In August 2020, the American Red Cross-Duluth Chapter recognized her as a Hometown Hero. Sarah is on the Cloquet School Board, so she can bring more diversity in all areas of the school and make better decisions for the district’s staff and students. She is a Cloquet Education Foundation Board Member and is a member of the Parks Commission in Cloquet.
United Way of Carlton County is a proud local affiliate of Imagination Library. Your donations are what make this program possible in our area.
For as little as $126, you could be giving the gift of a new book every month from birth until age 5
Early learning is a critical part of childhood development—and it can happen anywhere, at any time. That’s why we developed United Way Born Learning Trails.
The Born Learning Trail turns everyday experiences into teachable moments. This multi-station, family-learning courses connect learning in the classroom to real-world activities around the community and out in nature. The trails support language, literacy, and social skills development and remind us that learning can be fun.
This interactive trail contains signs with instructions for simple games that will turn an excursion at the park into fun learning moments for young children. The trail’s theme of Watch! Stop! Learn! Play! Encourages parents and caregivers to follow the child’s lead, building the child’s curiosity and confidence and reinforcing learning opportunities present in everyday life.
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