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Arrowhead Head Start


   The mission of Arrowhead Head Start works with young children and families on healthy prenatal and early childhood development, school readiness, and supporting their success in life.

Program Services

Our program serves pregnant mothers, children birth to 5 years old, and their families.

Our services are more than early childhood education!  Our programming includes health, nutrition, mental health, disability, &  family support services.

Our program has income guidelines with limited opportunities for families who are over income.

We provide services to children with special needs or disabilities.

We learn  ~  We play  ~  We have fun

Our Program Goals

 Child playing with blocksThe program will strengthen children's mental and behavioral health outcomes so they are able to learn and develop positive social connections.

The program will strengthen and support our Arrowhead Head Start staff team.

The program will expand children's experiences with high quality early learning to prepare them for Kindergarten.

The program will strengthen connections and support for families to improve their wellbeing.


October is National Fire Safety Awareness Month


According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), nearly 300 children and adolescents die from fire injuries each year, and over 100,000 are admitted to a hospital or treated in an emergency department.   Fires are the fifth leading cause of unintentional injury-related deaths in children ages 0-19.   Learning and practicing fire safety can save lives!   The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) website has great resources for families and educators to help teach young children the importance of fire safety and what to do if there is a fire!   The website has activities for children, videos, tip sheets, and information on how to create safety plans at home and away!   Check out their website (Public Education Menu):   National Fire Protection Association (NFPA)

Here's a tip sheet for families that have babysitters care for their children - Babysitting Fire Safety Guide


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