“ We are committed to providing the highest quality program to meet the health, education, and social supports of children and families so that they can be successful in school and in life.”
158 Children Enrolled in Part Day Programs
57 Children Enrolled in Full Day Programs
112 Dually enrolled Head Start and Universal Pre-K Children
Children are 3 and 4 year olds
42 Full Time Staff
15 Foster Grandparents
exceptional Parent Volunteering
Program Service Areas:
Early Childhood Development and Health Services:
The child’s educational program with Teachers and Teacher Assistants with their Child Development Associate (CDA)
Child Screenings and Developmental Assessments
Health and Dental Services
Mental Health Assessments and Services
Services to Children with Disabilities
Nutrition - Full Meal Service Program
Family and Community Partnerships:
Family Services including Family Partnerships and Advocacy
Staff are trained through the Family Development Credentialing Program.
Transition Services for Children Entering and Moving on from Head Start
Parent Involvement Services including Training and Personal Development Programs
Program Design and Management:
Program Governance - The Parent Policy Council and Board of Directors
Administration/ Management Systems and Procedures
Human Resource Management
Facilities including Materials and Equipment
Bussing is provided to approximately one-half of the enrolled children.
Special consideration is given to children and parents with disabilities.
Bussing service is contracted with West Point Tours. All drivers are Article 19-A certified by the Dept. of Motor Vehicles. This certification includes FBI criminal background checks and annual reviews of driving history and drug testing.