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May 10th - Last Day for MLK Center Head Start AM and PM Classes

May 12th - Last Day for MLK Center Part-Year  Educational Staff.

May 15th - First day for MLK Center Early Head Start 7 hour Day.

May 19th - Last Day for MLK Center Part-Year Family Advocates.

May 29th - Closed for Memorial Day.

May 30th - Last Day for Sgt. Shriver Center  and  Noland Centers Head Start Classes. 


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Washington County Free Library offers Summer Reading Program

We always encourage our families to have their children get plenty of hours playing outdoors.  Playing outside is fun, adventurous and not to mention great exercise.  In the Summer months sometimes it is just too hot to be outdoors and the  children just spend all their time indoors watching of  tv or playing on electronics.  Check this out , you can  beat the heat this summer and stay indoors  and expand your child’s reading skills when the temperatures  are high.  Very hot conditions can put...

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The “Cat in the Hat” Reads to Children.

On March 2nd 2017 “The Cat in the Hat” also known as employee Cindy P. took time from her busy schedule to read to the children of Sgt. Shriver Center.  We are encouraging all parents to join the “Read-Aloud” Challenge this month and read aloud to their children every day.  The “Read-Aloud” Challenge is going on March 1st thru March 31st.

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“Read Aloud Challenge” for Month of March

March is National Read-Aloud Month. Head Start invites all of our parents to join us in pledging to read to your child(ren) every day!! When children listen to books read aloud, they learn about people, places, and how things work. They learn about emotions and feelings and how to use words to share their ideas. Hearing books read aloud starts  children on a lifetime of learning!* What Can You do?

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Financial Literacy Workshop

Financial Education Partnership-Washington County offers a 5- part series of classes to help individuals learn how to save money, create a spending plan, improve credit scores & develop financial goals. A light breakfast will be provided. Child care is available. Transportation assistance is available on a limited basis depending on location.  Workshop Dates: Tuesdays, February 7th, February 14th, February 21st, February 28th and March 7th REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR WORKSHOP. Contact...

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