Head Start

HEAD START PROGRAM ZERO TO FIVE

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For 50 years Community Action’s Head Start Program made a tremendous impact on lives of families with young children. Today the Program  works with 539 children and their families  in Hays and Caldwell counties at 14 different locations.

Head Start knows that children love to learn and we work hard to help them in their search for knowledge and skills. Head Start is a safe and caring place for children to learn and grow. As the parent you are your child’s first and best teacher and we need you to work with us to be a good role model as your child learns and grows with us.

Head Start gives families a chance to grow by providing many support services. The more time you spend working with us, the more we will be able to help you and your child to learn, grow and succeed. Many Head Start parents and families have gained skills that helped them get jobs and an education. Head Start offers tools that can help you reach your goals for yourself and your family.

Head Start Recruitment Flyer – English

Head Start Recruitment Flyer- Spanish

Is My Child Eligible?

How Do I Apply?

Locations

Head Start Sites
Early Head Start Sites

Reports

Annual Report 2013-2014
Annual Report 2014 – 2015 revised
2013 Community Needs Assessment Update

2014 Community Needs Assessment Update
2015 Community Needs Assessment Update
2016 Community Needs Assessment Update
Mid Year Parent Evaluation Report

 

Eligibility Criteria

Disability Criteria-2016
Eligibility Criteria for Teen Parenting Program 2016-2017
Eligibility Criteria Head Start Program (zero-to-five) 2016-2017

School Readiness

PFCE Goals 2015
School Readiness Goals Plan 2015
School Readiness data 2015-1st quarter
School Readiness Data Collection May 2015
School Readiness Data May 2016