Head Start – Ages Three to Five

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About the Program

Head Start provides free comprehensive early childhood education services in a classroom setting while engaging families. 

Head Start is a nationally renowned child development program for preschool children ages 3-5, which stresses parent involvement, education, social services and health.

To be participate in the Early Head Start Program, you must be income-eligible, be expecting or have a child under the age of three.

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Children ages three to five and their families who fall within the poverty guidelines or other selection criteria should apply. People who qualify may do so based on income, disability, and a number of other qualifying factors. 

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