Raising the Bar Across the Curriculum ...
READ, WRITE, & LEARN!
Every year during the first week of October, the state of Georgia recognizes its Pre-K program. Hundreds of state and local leaders celebrated the 25th birthday of Georgia’s Pre-K Program by reading to Georgia’s youngest learners from October 1st – 5th as part of Georgia Pre-K Week 2018. The goal of Pre-K week is to emphasize the importance of quality early childhood education by providing opportunities for leaders to engage with Pre-K classrooms in local communities.To acknowledge our Pre-K program at Hancock County Pre-K, we engaged in various literacy and language activities. The children were so delighted to have staff and stakeholders from within our school district to visit daily and read to the children. [Read more...]
Grandparents' Day: Grits with Grandparents
A "Grand" Celebration was held to honor our grandparents. Grandparents are special to every child, and they play an important role in the lives of families. They are wise, experienced, compassionate, strength, and guidance. Their knowledge is invaluable, and their love is unconditional. [Read more...]
Parent Pep Rally
With school officially back in session, Hancock County Early Head Start/Head Start & Pre-K held its first parent meeting with a bang on August 30, 2018 in the M.E. Lewis Elementary School Gymnasium. On Thursday at 6:00 PM, Hancock County Head Start staff and parents gathered in the gymnasium to support the excitement and enthusiasm of the upcoming school year. [Read more...]
The Hancock County Head Start/Pre-K/Early Head Start program Open House held on July 31, 2018 was a success. The wait for the children and their families was finally over as the doors swung open for the first time in a new school year. Children and their families entered through the doors with bursting excitement while being greeted by waiting teachers and staff. Since returning on June 23, 2018, teachers and staff of The Hancock County Head Start program had been preparing to make this day a success by planning awesome activities, setting up classrooms, organizing folders, making home-visits, attending professional development training, and preparing themselves for new and returning families. [Read more...]
Students return January 8th
Hancock County Policies
The Hancock County Early Head Start & Head Start/Pre-K program vision is to educate families and children by providing a diverse learning experience.