Headstart

headstart Head Start is a two-part pre-school program funded through the Federal Government. It is designed to provide developmentally appropriate early childhood educational experiences to economically disadvantaged children, including eligible Limited English Proficient (LEP) students and children with disabilities. Early Head Start (EHS) is for children ranging in age from birth up to age three. Head Start (HS) is for children who are three and four years old. The curriculum is child-initiated learning which has been found to foster positive self-concepts and social skills while enhancing language acquisition through active interaction within a stimulating environment. Students participate in whole class and small group instruction. In addition, each student has individualized instruction developed to meet his/her specific educational needs.

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