Families may reside in specific zip codes in La Porte, Pasadena, Deer Park, Clear Creek
Head Start La Porte location is recruiting families of children ages 3-5 from targeted zip codes in La Porte, Pasadena, Deer Park and Clear Creek independent school districts. The program delivers services to ensure future success both academically and socially.
Harris County Department of Education Head Start La Porte is located at 927 S. 1st St. Immediate openings are available for children of income-eligible families or families of children with special needs. The zip codes are located in La Porte, Deer Park, Pasadena and Clear Creek independent school districts. Eligible zip codes include the following: La Porte (77571); Pasadena (77089, 77505, 77507, 77047); Deer Park (77536, 77503, 77538); and Clear Creek (77062, 77059, 77586, 77598).
Harris County Department of Education provides services through 14 Head Start centers location in northeast Harris County. Addition locations include Baytown, J.D. Walker, Pugh, Tidwell, Humble, Fifth Ward, Channelview, Compton, Coolwood, Dogan, Barrett Station, San Jacinto and Sheffield.
Head Start develops partnerships with social service agencies, local businesses, universities and other community entities to offer combined services. Head Start is federally funded with the commitment that Harris County Department of Education will leverage community resources to provide services.
For information about enrollment or locations, call (713) 672-9343. For information about community partnerships or donations, call Armando Rodriguez at (713) 696-2179 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Access www.hcde-texas.org for general information about HCDE Head Start and locations.
About Harris County Department of Education’s Head Start: Harris County Department of Education Head Start Area I serves families residing in east and northeast Harris County, providing 14 area centers for over 1,100 children and their families. Head Start is a federally funded program that prepares children ages 3-5 for school. It also supports and promotes strong families through parent participation and training. Low-income families and families of children with special needs benefit from services.
About HCDE: Harris County Department of Education provides education services to the general public and 25 school districts throughout Harris County and beyond. Services include adult education, programs to promote safe schools, after-school programs, therapy services, professional development for educators, special schools, alternative certification for principals and teachers, Early Childhood Intervention and Head Start programs. We offer purchasing procurement, grant development, program research and evaluation, records management, and school finance support. Since 1889, our services continue to evolve to meet the needs of our education public. Visit us at www.hcde-texas.org.