Early Head Start

baby girl with a little pony tail, wearing a pink sweater

Funded by the US Department of Health and Human Services, this program serves 288 low-income families with children 0-3 years. EHS offers comprehensive child development and family support services designed to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty and school failure by helping families support and encourage their children's early growth and development. 

Annual Report 2017

Read the Early Head Start Annual Report here

Objective One

Promote the overall physical, cognitive, social, language, and emotional development of infants and toddlers through a continuum of early childhood development and health services. 

Objective Two

Enhance the capacity of parents to nurture and care for their children by providing a variety of parent education and family support services.

Objective Three

Foster community partnerships in ways that will ensure a network fo services for young children and famillies that are accessible, responsive, and sensitive to the developmental, cultural, and familial characteristics of our community. 

Objective Four

Refine and expand the knowledge, skills, and abilities of staff to improve their capacity to serve high risk children and their families.