Explore this guide to learn how to reach diverse families through social media. Use the tips, resources, and planning tool to assess and inform how your program uses social media.
Use this infographic to introduce Head Start's school readiness benefits to principals of receiving schools. Fill in the "program name HEAD START" section with your contact information to personalize it. Then, share the infographic or attach it to your program's annual report.
Review this national annual report, which is completed each year to summarize the work of the Head Start Collaboration Offices (HSCOs).
Explore how to partner with families of children who are dual language learners. Learn ways staff can build these partnerships and help children be healthy and successful in school and in life.
Learn how vaccines can protect young children from 14 dangerous diseases. Use this tip sheet to talk with parents about the importance of infant vaccines.
The Directors Academy allows child care partners to come together to share, learn, and network. Child care program directors are provided the opportunity to build their leadership skills.
The Education Navigator assists child care partner staff in obtaining their Child Development Associate (CDA) from the local community college through practical support and guidance.
Oral Health and School Readiness: At Head Start, school readiness begins with health because a child must be healthy to be ready to learn. School readiness depends on positive physical, social and emotional, learning, language, and cognitive development.
These fact sheets serve as tools to help Head Start health managers provide important information to families about Office of Head Start priorities. We hope that you find them useful as you work within your programs and communities to strengthen the health and wellness of all Head Start children.
Explore Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA) systems to help programs enroll the neediest families in a timely manner. Find tips and questions to stay at full enrollment all year.