Activities designed to build social, language, thinking and motor development. Children can learn through what they like best – play.
Literacy activities to promote school readiness.
Head Start and Early Head Start staff refer families needing help to medical, social welfare, or employment specialists they know in the community, and will follow up to be sure you receive assistance.
You can have a voice in the Head Start programs by serving on various committees. Parents’ experiences in Head Start have raised their own self-confidence and improved their ability to make decisions.
A sense of belonging, other support services, and a chance to be involved in activities to help your whole family.
Parent workshops on many subjects such as child rearing, job training, health and nutrition, and using free resources in our community.
You can become a Head Start volunteer and learn more about child development. This experience may later qualify you for training which can help you find employment in the child care field.
Center-based and combined option classrooms offer children bus rides to and from home.
Services through a home-based setting, where staff teach parents how to provide learning experiences for their own children.