ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN) – Source: Orange County Government // Orange County Head Start is recruiting for its 2021-22 school year and seeking to fill classrooms before school begins on August 10, 2021. The Head Start program is a free early education program that offers daily well-balanced meals, individual instruction and services to enhance intellectual, emotional and social growth for students between the ages of 3-to-5 years old.
Enrollment will be for face-to-face instruction for the 2021-22 school year. In an abundance of caution, Head Start Centers and classrooms are equipped with sanitizing machines, spraying/cleaning machines, disinfecting kits, and mask and face shields for both students and teachers.
MORE: Head Start is the largest early childhood education service provider in Central Florida with 22 locations conveniently located throughout Orange County. Orange County Head Start is a full-day/full-year program, operating on the same school calendar as Orange County Public Schools
- Aloma Elementary Head Start
- Bithlo Head Start
- Callahan Head Start
- Dillard Elementary Head Start
- Dover Shores Elementary
- East Orange Head Start
- Englewood Elementary Head Start
- Hal P. Marston Head Start
- Hungerford Elementary Head Start
- John H. Bridges Head Start
- Lila Mitchell Head Start
- McCoy Elementary Head Start
- Millennia Elementary Head Start
- Pine Hills Head Start
- South Orlando YMCA Head Start
- Southwood Head Start
- Taft Head Start
- Three Points Elementary Head Start
- Ventura Elementary Head Start
- Washington Shores Early Learning Center Head Start
- Washington Shores Elementary Head Start
- West Oaks Elementary Head Start
Bolded centers have more than 50% of enrollment space available.
For a complete list of school locations and addresses, visit Orange County’s web site.
REGISTER: To be eligible you are required to live in Orange County, and have a child who will be 3 or 4 years old by September 1st and your household income is at or below 100% of the 2021 Federal Poverty Guidelines.
Visit www.ocfl.net/HeadStart, to register. All interested persons can call 407-836-6590 for more information or access and application on the county website.