Head Start Awareness Month

What is Head Start and Why Does it Matter?

Educators, doctors, lawyers, military personnel, artists, engineers, religious and civic leaders, and scientists - from all across the country - remember Head Start as the place where, at an early age, they acquired a life-long love of learning

Head Start promotes the school readiness of young children from low-income families by providing education services as well as health, nutrition, social and other services for children and their families.  Head Start is committed to giving every child, regardless of circumstances at birth, an opportunity to succeed in school and in life. 
Annual Board Meeting & Luncheon
Date: Tuesday, December 6, 2016 - 12:00-1:30pm

24th Coming Together for Children Conference
Date: Saturday, February 11, 2017
Establishing Routines

Going to school requires following many routines.

That's why it's important to establish routines with your child starting at birth. A routine is an event that is predictable and happens approximately the same way at the same time each day.
  • Read to your child everyday
  • Talk to your baby and respond to their vocalizations and speech.

We have joined forces with Text4baby so you can keep your baby healthy and safe throughout your pregnancy and your baby's first year! Text4baby is a FREE service that sends you weekly text messages with information about prenatal care, safe sleep, nutrition, development milestones and so much more!

Sign up by texting BABY (or BEBE for Spanish) to 511411

Early Childhood Education Poll

A recent poll released by the North Carolina Early Childhood Association (NCECA) and the First Five Years Fund found that most (84 percent) NC voters want to expand the state's early childhood education programs: Smart Start and NC Pre-K.
Cabarrus Partnership for Children
1303 S. Cannon Blvd.
Kannapolis, NC 28083
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