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Head Start is a national school readiness program that provides comprehensive education, health, nutrition and parent involvement services for eligible families. Children attend a center-based program four or five days a week, and families receive support through their relationship with the center's family service worker.
The program services families one or two years before the child enters public school.
- Transportation to and from the Center in Concord and Laconia
- Health screenings
- Dental examinations and follow-up care
- Parenting programs
- Parent involvement in advisory and policy setting groups
- Nutrition education
- Social services
- Full-day, full-year child care at our Concord and Laconia centers.
For information contact:
at 225-3295 X1127 or
Email Susan Ireland
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