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Scott County Public School Head Start provides high quality care and early education programs designed to support child development and promote school readiness. Services are available for children and their families who are between the ages of 6 weeks and five years old.
Scott County Public School Head Start serves a total of 172 young children within the service area.
Parents and families are supported in achieving their own goals, such as housing stability, continued education, and financial security. The program supports and strengthens parent-child relationships and engages families around children’s learning and development.
Why Head Start?
Head Start programs support children’s growth and development in a positive learning environment through a variety of services, which include early learning, health and family well-being.
Meet The Staff
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.
Head Start programs promote school readiness of children ages birth to five from low-income families by supporting their development in a comprehensive way.
All children receive health and development screenings, nutritious meals, oral health and mental health support. Programs connect families with medical, dental, and mental health services to ensure that children are receiving the services they need.
Here at Head Start, we believe that you are the most important part in your child’s education and overall development.
We promote healthy eating practices that are free to enrolled children by participating in the Child/Adult Care Food Program.
Here you will find schedule changes, program events and field trips.
There are countless ways for you to become involved in Head Start and we encourage you to share your time and talents with us and your child.