• Individualized Teaching

  • Structured Routines and Schedules

  • School Readiness Skills

  • Culturally Diverse

  • Services for Children with Disabilities

  • Screenings and Ongoing Assessments

  • Dual Language Program

  • Inclusive Classrooms

  • Social/Emotional Development & Activities

  • Outdoor Learning Experiences

Education & Disabilities

Children's readiness for school and beyond is fostered through individualized learning experiences. Through relationships with adults, play, and planned and spontaneous instruction, children grow in many aspects of development. These include social skills, emotional well-being, language and literacy skills, mathematics, and science concepts. Early learning experiences also include the cultural and language heritage of each child and family in relevant ways. Parents, including grandparents, foster parents, and other primary caregivers, are recognized as children’s first and most influential teachers. Their knowledge of their children is central to each child’s individualized approach. Additionally, Head Start programs work with families, school districts and other entities to facilitate a smooth transition to kindergarten for each child.

  • Lead, Hemoglobin and BMI Screenings

  • Medical and Dental Case Management

  • Staff Certified in First Aid & CPR

  • Clean and Safe Environments

  • Hearing and Vision Screenings

  • Indoor/Outdoor Physical Development

  • Health Literacy Sessions


Health and physical development are crucial for early learning opportunities that require children to fully explore and experience their environment. Head Start programs provide safe and healthy learning experiences indoors and outdoors. All children receive health screenings and nutritious meals, and programs connect families with medical, dental, and mental health services to ensure children are receiving the care and attention they need. Children receive support for building resiliency to cope with possible adverse effects of trauma. Families also receive mental health consultation focused on each child's needs.

  • Healthy Breakfast, Lunch, And Snacks

  • Menus Developed by Registered Dietitians

  • Nutrition Counseling

  • Family Nutrition Sessions

  • Family Style Dinning

  • Low Sugar Menu

  • Flexible Menus for Special Dietary Needs

  • Menus Developed in Accordance to USDA and CACFP Guidelines


Our program has a nutrition program that meets the nutritional requirements and feeding needs of each child at no cost to families. This includes children that have disabilities or require special dietary assistance. We serve a variety of different foods, taking into consideration the ethnic or cultural preferences of the family, as a means of broadening each child’s food experience and willingness to try new things.

The nutritional portion of our program is funded by USDA Food and Consumer Services Child Nutrition Programs. We provide meals and snacks that account for one-third of the your child’s daily nutritional needs for part-day services and one-half to two-thirds of your child’s daily nutritional needs for full-day participants. Breakfast is provided to children all children present.

  • Parent Engagement Activities and Leadership Opportunities

  • Supporting Families to Meet Their Needs and Achieve Goals

  • Community Resources and Services

  • Child Development & Parenting Workshops

  • Wellness Support Services Available

  • Parent Advocacy and Training

Family Services

Parents and families are offered program services to support family well-being and to achieve family goals, such as housing stability, continued education, and financial security. Programs support and strengthen parent-child relationships and engage families in the learning and development of their child.