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Parent Involvement Quick View

There are many different ways for parents to be involved at Head Start. See below for some ideas. Parent Committee Every Head Start parent is automatically a member of Parent Committee. There are multiple Parent Committee events throughout the year. Some of those include Family Pumpkin Carving Night, Breakfast With Dad, Family Reading Night, Science Night, Open House, and the Annual Family...


School Day Tips Quick View

Attendance School doors open at 8:00 A.M. Students who are not in the classroom by 8:15 A.M., will need to check in at the school office before coming to class. For an absence to be excused, parents must send a note to school within three days of return with the reason for the absence explained. Absences due to family vacations will not be excused. If a child is absent four consecutive days, ...


Early Childhood Development Quick View

Early Childhood Development Plano ISD Early Childhood Curriculum Developmentally appropriate learning environment Bilingual or ESL classrooms paired with English classrooms Developmental Screening Active learning environments and field trips


Health and Nutrition Quick View

Health Medical/dental examinations and assistance with follow-up services. Vision/hearing screening. Immunization records. Height/weight evaluations Nutrition Nutritious breakfast and lunch. Staff/parent training in nutrition and health topics. Licensed and registered dietitian consultant.


Family Services Quick View

Parent Involvement Leadership training Volunteer training Parenting classes Family Events Adult Literacy and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Social Services Assistance with application for Medicaid and other federal programs Directory of community resources Family Needs Assessment (FNA) and follow-up services Assistance with clothing, food, housing, educational/vocational ...


How to enroll Quick View

For more information, call (469)752-7168, Head Start Basic Enrollment Requirement There are three basic requirements for prospective students: 1. The child must be three or four years old by September 1. 2. The child must live within the boundaries of the Plano Independent School District. 3. The family's income must fall within federal poverty level income guidelines. Application Ch...