Parent and Community Engagement


What is Parent & Community Engagement at Head Start?

     This is everything from being a parent of a child in the Head Start program, volunteering in the classroom, serving on one of many committees, participating in exciting events, accepting home visitors into your home, becoming involved in your community, or the community becoming involved in the Head Start program!

Take a look at the exciting opportunities and resources available to you through Head Start!

Volunteering in a Head Start Classroom!  
(check out the awesome FREE Parent/Community Involvement Posters!)
A wonderful variety of Parent Committees! 
Awesome Father/Male Involvement Opportunities & Information!   SuperDads is for all dads, step-dads, grandpas, uncles, or other positive male role models in the life of a Head Start child. Fun activities are held three times each year for men and children.   (check out the awesome FREE Father Involvement Posters!)

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