CEOGC Head Start
Open a door to a remarkable future for your child. Early childhood learning is an important first step in laying an educational foundation for a young person’s success in school and life. Watching a young child walk into a classroom and be greeted by a teacher and other students is an exciting experience: it’s witnessing their first step into a world of learning that will be within their reach throughout the rest of their lives.
Open the door to Head Start - your child’s first step in to a world of learning - today! Call our enrollment hotline at (216) 589-9922 or fill out a web enrollment form (use button below).
What is Head Start?
Head Start is a federally-funded program that provides preschool (3 – 5 year olds) education and ensures that both children and parents are prepared for kindergarten and for a life of learning. Through either direct service or referrals, Head Start children also receive numerous health services ensuring good physical, dental, nutritional, and mental health.
- Education: to provide a variety of learning experiences to help children grow intellectually, socially, and emotionally.
- Health: to provide health services such as immunizations, dental, medical, and mental health, and nutritional services, and early identification of health problems.
- Parent Involvement: to involve parents in the planning and implementation of activities. Parents can serve on policy councils and committees that make administrative decisions; participate in classes and workshops on child development; and volunteer in the program.
- Social Services: to provide outreach to families to determine what services they need.
RECRUITMENT HOTLINE - (216) 589-9922