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.


March is National Nutrition & Credit Education Month!

     National Nutrition Month

Eating a healthy balanced diet and getting regular exercise is the best way to maintain physical health and mental well-being.  Healtier lifestyles are also associated with improved sleep and mood!  Explore the tip sheets below to see how you can work on healtier meals, increased exercise, and smarter grocery shopping!

Healthy Nutrition Tips

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Eat Right on a Budget  ~  Get the Facts on Food Labels

Smart Ways to Make Physical Activity Part of Your Day

National Nutrition Month Quiz



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National Credit Education Month - Understanding and Improving Your Credit





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