HEAD START

The Head Start Program is a pre-school developmental program which provides early education for three to five year old children.  There are seven (7) facilities throughout a three (3) county area which includes Phillips, Monroe and Prairie Counties.  Activities include a pre-school education curriculum, parent involvement, social services, health and dental screenings, mental health services, developmentally disabled services, family counseling, and volunteer opportunities.

Both children and their parents can benefit from the Mid-Delta Head Start Program.  Children receive socialization and behavioral skills which gives them a “head start” before they enter Kindergarten and continue on into elementary school.

Parents become involved in the development of their children by actively participating in the classrooms as volunteers, and attending parent meetings and workshops.  These meetings and workshops provide an opportunity for parents to learn how to gain self-confidence in their own abilities and receive valuable information and educational materials which help them be better parents.
MID-DELTA COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
Head Start reports available online:

*  2014 Annual Expenditure Report

*  Program Information Report

The Head Start Brochure and the Head Start Enrollment application are available online in PDF format.  

You will need the Adobe Reader to view and print the brochure and application.  If you do not have the reader, click here to download the free reader. 

Please note, no child will be accepted without the following documents attached to the enrollment application:

*Birth Certificate/child must be 3 years old 
*Child’s Immunization record (Shots)
*Child’s Social Security number
*Household Income

Complete entire form and return with the above documents to your local Head Start Center.

Please us blue or black ink only. 
Cheryl Denson
Head Start Director
(870) 338-6406 Ext 1009
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