Head Start is a child development program for three- and
four- year olds, including children with special needs. Head Start also offers services to the family. Parents may take part
in special trainings and events that help them learn and grow. Parents and teachers work together to plan appropriate activities
so children learn to accept themselves and others and explore their world.
Start involves families in educating their children and providing experiences that develop social skills, language, physical
development and concepts. Special services are offered to children with diagnosed disabilities and their families. We offer
Home Based Head Start
parents and children have a weekly 1 1/2 hour home visit. Children also meet for a socialization experience at a Head Start
site 2 to 3 times per month. A nutritious snack is provided.
Head Start children have a 3 1/2 hour classroom three times a week on Wednesday through Friday and parents
and children have a 1 1/2 hour home visit each month. Nutritious meals are provided.
Head Start 2017 - 2018 Program Year Annual Report
Head Start Program runs from
Recruitment is ongoing and Openings are filled as they become available. If you want your child enrolled,
you should apply early by calling the Head Start office at:
Click here to access the Worthington Head Start Library
Click here to access the Head Start Enrollment Information