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CORONAVIRUS RESPONSE UPDATE

We are excited to announce the re-opening of our centers for in-person teaching on Monday, February 22, 2021. We will still offer a virtual option to families who are not ready to return to the centers.
 

For a complete Head Start center COVID update, please visit the 'News & Announcement' section on the Official Head Start Website! 

About Head Start

Head Start is a federally-funded program that provides preschool education, ensuring that both children and parents are prepared for kindergarten and a life filled with learning. Through either direct services or referrals, Head Start children also receive numerous health services ensuring good physical, dental, nutritional and mental health. Head Start is provided to income-eligible families at no cost and services pregnant moms, children with special needs, infants, toddlers and children up to age five. 


Head Start Programs

Three different Head Start programs exist to best serve our children and parents:

Head Start
Head Start serves children ages 3 to 5 who are not eligible for kindergarten.

Early Head Start
Early Head Start serves pregnant women and children under 3 years of age. 

Head Start Home School 
The Head Start Home School program supports families by providing in-home services to assist parents in the educational growth of their children.  Home visitors come into the home weekly and work with parent and child on activities designed to address their child’s individual needs.  Children also learn through socialization during regular visits to a center. 
  
The Head Start Home School program serves pregnant women and families with children up five years old (before entering kindergarten). Head Start Home School is a great alternative to traditional preschool education if the parent is not ready for their child to go to a center, or if the parent wants more one-on-one assistance in helping their child prepare for a life filled with learning.  

Home visits are comprised of 1.5 hours of home visitation weekly, with the offering of socialization within the community 

To get more information or to enroll, call 513.569.4510 or visit us online at cincinnatiheadstart.org!


Convenient Locations & Schedules

Head Start is available in three formats (morning half-day, afternoon half-day, or full-day classes) at nearly 140 sites in Hamilton County.  CAA directly provides Head Start services at 6 locations and through partnerships with numerous other childcare centers in Hamilton County:

  • Life Learning Center
  • Theodore M. Berry Life Learning Center
  • Camp Washington 
  • Discovering Minds Learning Center
  • Millvale Early Learning Academy
  • Winton Campus 
  • Home School Program
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