Thursday, 18 October 2012
Every day, nearly one million preschool children across the country enter the doors of the local Head Start center and begin working, playing and learning their way toward success to kindergarten and in life. For more than 46 years, Head Start has served more than 28 million children and their families by promoting school readiness, educational, health, nutritional, social and other child development and family support services.
Macon Program for Progress Head Start (MPP) is beginning its 47th year and continues to serve the youngest children and their families in Macon County. In meeting the changing needs of families, MPP offers several program options. Early Head Start serves children before birth to age three, pregnant moms and a home base option.