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Family & Friends Day 2019

The Super Fun Show

On Thursday, May 23, 2019, Hancock County Head Start Program hosted its annual Family & Friends’ Day in the M.E. Lewis Elementary School gymnasium and outdoor area. Family and friends accompanied Early Head Start/ Head Start & Pre-K children as they engaged in music and movement during the Shawn Brown “Super Fun Show.” The show was amusing, entertaining, and engaging, so it grasped the attention of our students and families. Music and dancing, rhythm and riddles, and props and mimic were the highlights of the show. [Read more...]



"You are the Apple of Our EYES”

Teacher Appreciation Week

The week of May 6th through 10th was a week of celebration for the Hancock County Early Head Start, Head Start, and Pre-K teachers. The celebration was planned and orchestrated by the Director, Dr. Angela Primus, and the management team: Mrs. Betty Legette, Assistant Director/ Family Service Manager, Mrs. Tara Worthen, Education Manager, Mrs. Vernell Smith, Education Manager, Mrs. Linda Wright, Transportation/ Facilities Manager, and Mrs. Lois Clark, Health/ Nutrition Manager. It was exciting attempting to keep the daily activities under wraps from the spying eyes of the teachers, but they enjoyed the daily surprises and take away gifts. [Read more...]


Scholar and Parent 

Transition Ceremony

It was only a few months ago that the preschoolers entered the classrooms with anticipation of learning to identify colors, shapes, and numbers, how to spell their names, build relationships with new friends, and utilize extensive vocabulary. Now, 168 days later, the Hancock County Early Head Start/ Head Start & Pre-K preschoolers have mastered these domains and skills of Creative Curriculum and Frog Street.  To celebrate this milestone, the Hancock County Early Head Start/ Head Start & Pre-K Program held a transition ceremony to honor each scholar and their families with a certificate of completion at the M. E. Lewis Elementary School gymnasium on April 30, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. [Read more..]

                   Read Across America

Read Across America is an annual reading motivation and awareness initiative for every child to celebrate literacy through reading, on the behalf of children’s author, Dr. Seuss. Many schools, libraries, and community centers across the United States participate in this week by bringing people together to read books to children and young adults. The country kicks-off this initiative of National Reading Month by celebrating the birthday of the beloved Dr. Seuss and the many characters that have been immortalized in his children’s books across the globe. [Read more...]
      100th Day of School         

The 100th day of school is an exciting time in the early childhood education classroom! Quite literally, this day signifies the 100th day of class in the school year. The symbolic representation, however, is much greater than that. The 100th day marks a special opportunity to reflect upon and celebrate major milestones in your students' academic achievement.[Read more...]



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