The specialists at Child Development work with families and the community to supply best quality, comprehensive preschool education. We emphasize family involvement and supportive services to prepare each child for success in school and a lifetime of learning. Since the summer of 1965, Child Development., has operated best quality Head Start and childcare programs.
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Head Start is a comprehensive, family-focused program that prepars children both academically and socially for a smooth transition into kindergarten supported by federal and state funds. Please take a few minutes to view the animated video below: "One Window of Opportunity", which captures a child's perspective on the vast possibilities Head Start offers America's young children. This animated video spotlights the critical "window of opportunity" during the first five years of a child's life, when essential cognitive, social, and emotional development occurs.
This link will take you to Pennsylvania Bulletin where you can find the Child Care regulations that were changed, effective Saturday, December 19, 2020. The correct chapter to reference is CHAPTER 3270. This link will take you to Head Start | Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center's POLICY & REGULATIONS page for the most current Head Start Performance Standards. Head Start | Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center HOME page where you can find information and learning opportunities relevant to the Head Start and a comprehensive resource for anyone involved in early childhood education.
To find out what meals are being served at your child's center, click on the center name below.
In 2001, EITC program overwhelmingly passed the legislature and was signed into law by former Governor Tom Ridge. The business community has overwhelmingly responded the challenge. To date, over 3,600 companies have pledged in excess of $350 million dollars to the programs. The children of Pennsylvania thank you! The EITC has accomplished what many in Pennsylvania have been advocating for years: to get the business community more involved in education. The EITC enables companies to support local non-profit charities, at minimal cost, instead of sending their tax dollars to Harrisburg.