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Head Start Program
The goal of this program is to help early years students develop stronger speech and language skills so that they can become better readers and succeed in school. Activities will include learning nursery rhymes, themed vocabulary, concepts, letter names and sounds, grammar, and speech sound production.
Classroom teachers identified students to be screened by the Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). Once screened and selected, your child will participate in speech and language sessions three times a cycle. The program will be carried out by a trained Speech-Language Educational Assistant under the supervision of the SLP.
Consistent attendance is important for success. Children who regularly attend school 4 or 5 days a week were considered first.