Head Start of Yamhill County provides services for children in a comprehensive, family-focused, early childhood development program. Our preschool program serves children ages three through five who meet Federal Poverty Guidelines. Our Early Head Start program serves pregnant moms, infants, and toddlers up to age 3.
The cornerstone of our program is parent involvement and education, which are vital to reaching Head Start's national goal of social competence for children of low-income families. We are a human development organization. We help families to be successful!
Head Start of Yamhill County will hold their annual kindergarten transition parent meetings virtually this year. Following are the meeting dates, times, and weblinks.
Dayton — 4/15/21, 6:00-7:00PM
Meeting ID: 309 252 8850
Sheridan/ Willamina /Amity — 4/21/21, 5:30-6:30PM
We want to make sure that our families have all the support needed during the pandemic. Below you will find links to resources here on our website. Content will be added and updated frequently.
Since 1985 HSYC has implemented effective program governance, shared decision making, parent involvement, and high quality services for children and families. In 2014-2015, there were 330 children age 3-5 in the Head Start program and 97 expecting moms and children age 0-3 in the Early Head Start program.
In 2012 HSYC was awarded a five-year grant to continue offering program services. These are our five-year goals: