Head Start (3-5 years)
Head Start is designed to help children develop language and literacy, problem solving skills, and learn how to socialize and interact with others. Children are provided with the opportunity to participate in activities that support math, science, art, language and literacy, and culture. The preschool curriculum is research-based, developmentally appropriate and is designed to develop Kindergarten readiness skills.
Services are provided in the home to children ages 3 to 5 years old and their families. A Home Visitor makes weekly visits to provide comprehensive services in the family’s home. A socialization, conducted twice a month, allows children and families to mutually interact in a group setting and to learn a variety of skills and topics of interest important to the educational development of the child.
Center-Base (Full-day & Part-day/California Department of Ed(CDE))
Services are provided in a classroom environment to children ages 3 to 5 years old. Children have a daily schedule that includes engaging indoor and outdoor activities with hands-on experiences, music and movement, nutritious family style meals. The full day option is available to families that meet requirements for employment and/or enrollment in a vocational/training program.