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Margaret Goering

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Employment History

  • Child Care Licensing Surveyor
    Harvey County Health Department
  • Child Safety Seat Technician
    Harvey County Health Department
  • Child Care Licensing Surveyor
    Harvey County

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Representative
    Harvey County Farm Bureau


  • Bachelor of Science , Home Economics Education
    Kansas State University
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Web References
Local News: Booster seats the right fit for the in-betweeners 05/18/05, 18 May 2005 [cached]
The boy and his classmates were answering questions, most quite successfully, asked by Margaret Goering of the Harvey County Health Department.
Goering let the boy know seat belts help protect the wearers during a traffic accident.And she let each child know they should be riding in a booster seat.
"The law requires an improved safety seat up to age four," Goering said."Some parents think they can put their kids in a regular seat belt then."
Margaret Goering of the Harvey County Health Department talks about booster seats Tuesday afternoon with preschoolers, from left, Lorelei Jacobs, Matthew Sears and Kobe Burns.
That's just not true, said Goering, a child safety seat technician for the Harvey County Health Department, which maintains a fitting station.
Goering said after a child grows out of a traditional car seat and until the child is at least 4 feet, 9 inches tall and weighs 80 pounds, he or she should be in a booster seat.
"One good way to tell is if their legs still stick out straight or if they bend at the knees when they are fully back in the seat," Goering said.
"We are always trying to educate children on safety," Goering said.
Local News: Child care 03/07/05, 7 Mar 2005 [cached]
"That is an area of need," said Margaret Goering, child care licensing surveyor for the Harvey County Health Department."Some of the people who have taken our orientation are talking about that, and we are working on it."
During the regular work day she said many county child care providers have openings and there should not be any children who do not have day care if their parents want it.
Goering will teach a child care orientation class at 9 a.m. Wednesday.She said her last class in February was one of the biggest since she started her job three years ago.
Goering and the Health Department encourage area providers to get extra training, college degrees or go for the national certification while they are helping a provider become state accredited.
"Our goal, when we do surveys of the home, is to encourage them to do above the state regulations," Goering said.
First-graders at the school learned how ..., 13 Feb 2008 [cached]
First-graders at the school learned how to grind wheat into flour, thanks to a visit by Harvey County Farm Bureau representative Margaret Goering.Goering visited each of the first-grade classes and allowed each child to take a turn grinding the wheat she provided in a small wheat grinder she brought along.
(Click photo to enlarge.)
Margaret Goering shows Sunset students the raw wheat before allowing them to pour it into the wheat grinder.
As Goering talked to the children about the many uses of wheat; she explained that for the wheat to be used in foods like pizza, bread, cookies, cereal and other foods, it must first be ground into flour.Goering showed the children a small but heavy portable wheat grinder she and some friends purchased together for their personal use.The grinder is more than 30 years old but still works like a charm.
After the students had a chance to grind wheat, Goering placed the resulting whole wheat flour in plastic bags so it could be used by students to make bread later in the week.
Margaret Goering Margaret Goering started working at the health department in 2002. She is a Child Care Licensing Surveyor, Healthy Start Home Visitor, and the Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician. She also speaks Spanish fluently and assists in translation at the health department. She received her Bachelor of Science in Home Economics Education from Kansas State University.
Contact Harvey County, 5 April 2011 [cached]
Margaret Goering Health Department Healthy Start Home Visitor/Child Care Licensing Surveyor (316) 283-5667 Ext 24
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