We take a comprehensive approach to serving and meeting the needs of low income children and families. Head Start consists of four major components:
- Education: Providing a variety of learning experiences to help children grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally.
- Health: Providing health services such as immunizations, dental, medical, and mental health, and nutritional services, and early identification of health problems.
- Parent Involvement: Involving parents in the planning and implementation of activities. Parents serve on policy councils and committees that make administrative decisions; participate in classes and workshops on child development; and volunteer in the program.
- Social Services: Provide outreach to families to determine what services they need.
Head Start and Early Head Start (HS/EHS) Reports
- 2020-2021 one page GOLD Assessment outcome growth data for children relating to social emotional, physical, language, cognitive, literacy, and mathematic skills.
- 2019-2020 Head Start Annual Report
- 2018-2019 Annual Head Start Report to the Public
- 2018-2019 Head Start Report Snapshot – 1 page
- 2019 Community Assessment Executive Summary
Public Informational Reports (PIR)/Annual Head Start Reports are available upon request. Please contact us for more information.
Head Start School Readiness Goals 5-17
Early Head Start School Readiness Goals 5-17
United States Department of Health and Human Services Office of Head Start