HCCAO Head Start/ Early Head Start
Annual Report to the Public
2015-2016 Program Year
The Annual Report to the Public of the Highland County Community Action Organization, Inc. Head Start/Early Head Start program is a reflection of the previous program year. Highlights in the report include the 2015 Budget, Grant Breakdowns, Step Up To Quality Scores, Attendance, Home Visit status, Parental Involvement, Kindergarten Preparation, Audits, Medical & Dental Reviews.
Highland County Community Action operates a publically funded preschool/infant-toddler program that serves primarily low-income children. We enroll pregnant women, infants, and toddlers in our Early Head Start Program and 3-5 year olds in our Head Start Program who meet eligibility guidelines. We reserve at least 10% of our enrollment for children with disabilities.
Our Head Start program operates in two separate facilities – Hillsboro and Greenfield. Part-day children attend 3 ½ hour classes 4 days a week, in either the morning or the afternoon. Full-day children attend 7 hour classes 5 days a week.
Our Early Head Start Program is made up of both center-based and home-based options. There is a toddler classroom in the Hillsboro Center for children 18 months-36 months. Our home base component consists of weekly home visits and bi-weekly socializations.
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