Head Start Director
Head Start Deputy Director
It is the mission of the Head Start Program in partnership with our communities to provide positive educational experiences to low income families and their children younger than age five to develop life long learners and to ensure families are ready to enter Kindergarten successfully.
Every Head Start Family Receives:
First-class early childhood programming for children birth to five
Engaging parents in the learning process in class and at home
Training that helps families create and keep lifelong learning habits
On going guidance and support needed to create and maintain healthy parent/child relationships
Supportive services for each family that helps crease stability by teaching financial literacy and family well being
Positive Parent-Child Relationships
Families as Life-Long Educators
Families as Leaners
Family Engagement in Transitions
Family Connection to Peers and Community
Families as Advocates
Seven Goals for Family and Community Engagement
Interested in Head Start?
Fill out the form below and we will contact you to set up an enrollment meeting. To enroll your child you will need a completed application, certified birth certificate, medical card, and 12 months proof of income.