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MONTGOMERY COUNTY HEAD START THREE-YEAR-OLD COMMUNITY BASED MODEL

 

MODELO BASADO EN LA COMUNIDAD DE TRES AÑOS DE HEAD START DEL CONDADO DE MONTGOMERY

The Montgomery County Community-based Head Start model provides Head Start comprehensive services for eligible three-year-old children. The Head Start community-based model supports a six-hour per day 10 month per year Head Start slot in participating childcare centers and family childcare homes. Interested in applying?

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Frequently Asked Questions

Program Contact:
Spanish: 240-447-8605
English: 202-809-3257
Email: ehs-application@montgomerycountymd.gov
 
El modelo Head Start basado en la comunidad del condado de Montgomery proporciona servicios integrales de Head Start para niños elegibles de tres años. El modelo basado en la comunidad de Head Start apoya un espacio de Head Start de seis horas por día, 10 meses al año en los centros de cuidado infantil participantes y hogares de cuidado infantil familiar. ¿Interesado en aplicar?

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Preguntas Frecuentes

Contacto del Programa:
Español: 240-447-8605
Inglesa: 202-809-3257
Email: ehs-application@montgomerycountymd.gov

 

Head Start/PreK Registration for School Year 2022-2023

Parents and guardians may now register their children for Head Start/PreK for the 2022 – 2023 school year. If you are new to MCPS, please create an account.  If you are already a MCPS parent, please log into the ParentVUE site.

For those who do not have a computer or need assistance, in-person registration will be available at Rocking Horse Road Center, 4910 Macon Road, Rockville, between 9 am and 4 pm, Monday - Friday.  

To be eligible for Head Start/PreK, children must be 4 years old by September 1 and their families must meet certain income requirements. Please call 240-740-4530 for more information or visit the Head Start/PreK website.  

Head Start/PreK registration flyers are available for download in ENGLISH, SPANISH, AMHARIC, CHINESE, KOREAN, VIETNAMESE, FRENCH, and PORTUGUESE.  

Head Start Needs Assessment
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Head Start ESOL Program

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Did you know that Head Start offers adult English classes for parents and guardians of children in the program?

In collaboration with the Literacy Council of Montgomery County, Head Start offers English classes to two cohorts each year: one in the fall and one in the spring.

Watch this video from the Literacy Council of Montgomery County to learn more about this critical program.

The Community Action Agency is the grantee for the  Montgomery County Head Start Program, while Montgomery County Public Schools serves as the delegate.  The Community Action Board and the Head Start Parents Policy Council share governing authority over the Head Start Program.
 
 

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