What We Do
We provide free preschool education to children ages 3-5 years old in a nurturing learning environment that includes parents as important resources for their children’s learning. Head Start focuses on the “whole child” and includes the child’s educational, health, family, and social needs.
View our list of at-home curricula, online parent resources, kids activities and videos to help support you and your family while at home.
We have all gone through so much since last spring, words cannot express the many challenges and changes we have faced together. We at Head Start remain committed to bringing you and your children the very best comprehensive services possible at such a time.
While monitoring the number of COVID cases in Lincoln County, we have cancelled our projected ‘soft opening’ of optional in-person classes in December. The hybrid model will be two days in class and two days of virtual learning and/or learning packets, but will be postponed until it is determined safe to resume plans.
Above all, we will follow the CDC, the state and federal guidelines to ensure your family and our team are safe. We will do everything we can to continue to give your child a head start in life!
At Head Start we understand that every child is unique, and that is where we start. We also know that parents and family are children’s’ first teachers, so we work closely with families in the structure of our program and in each child’s individual plan. We consider the “whole child”, their learning styles, their health on all levels, and any special needs they may have. Our program is comprehensive in its approach, understanding that health, nutrition and learning go hand in hand.
We have a Head Start Policy Council that meets monthly to learn and take part in governance for our program, families are welcome to be elected. There are Family Meetings at each site with a variety of topics of interest to our families. We have one-on-one visits with families at home and at school for individualized care. There is a social network of assistance and support for families within the Head Start parent organization, CSC, as well as the community. Referrals for a wide variety of services and programs are made to help both a child and their family, as goals and needs are identified.
Head Start is a national program serving children and families for over 55 years and has proven to make a difference in preparing the child for kindergarten and a life of learning. Our Head Start is an outstanding Five Start SPARK rated program meeting the highest educational and social licensing standards. Your child deserves a Head Start in life, and we invite you to join us.
Below, find links to the 2020-2021 school year applications for Head Start of Lincoln County.
A continuación, encontrará enlaces a las solicitudes para el año escolar 2020-2021 para Head Start del Condado de Lincoln.
One goal of Head Start of Lincoln County is to stop this trend towards childhood obesity by providing healthy food and nutrition education to young children and their parents through its Nutrition program.
As part of their attendance at Head Start, children are provided with meals and snacks that:
Having fun and exploring our world is a big part of a child’s educational experience. Browse our curricula, resources and activities for you and your family at home.
For more information about our Head Start program contact your local Community Services Consortium’s Head Start office.
2130 SE Lee Ave
PO Box G
Lincoln City, OR 97367
Phone: (541) 996-3028
Fax: (541) 996-3094
253 NE 1st.
PO Box 710
Newport, OR 97365
Phone: (541) 574-7690
Fax: (541) 574-8300
845 NW A St.
PO Box 400
Toledo, OR 97391
Phone: (541) 336-5113
Fax: (541) 336-2651
CSC Head Start of Lincoln County Child Development Services Annual Reports.
We’re always available to help answer your questions about Head Start of Lincoln County.