Enrollment is now open for Community Progress Council’s Head Start and Early Head Start programs across York County. Each classroom or home-based visitor provides high-quality pre-school services to children and their families using a research-based program to support intellectual, physical, social and emotional growth.
Head Start is currently enrolling children ages 3-5, and Early Head Start applications are now open for pregnant women, infants and children up to 3 years of age.
Community Progress Council is planning to open its classrooms for IN-PERSON learning, beginning in the fall of 2021. Head Start and Early Head Start are free to enroll for eligible families.
You will need the following information to complete and submit your application:
– Child’s birth certificate
– Child’s medical insurance card
– Proof of address (ex: ID of parent, recent bill, lease)
– Proof of income from the past 12 months (ex: W2s, paystubs, SSI, SSD, TANF, Child Support)
– Child’s most recent physical and vaccination record
– Child’s most recent dental record
– Any legal documentation for the child (ex: custody order)
To help families fill out the online application for enrollment, CPC is planning five events from July 12-16 at various locations in York County. All events are from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
– Monday, July 12 – CPC’s Admin Bldg., 226 East College Avenue, York
– Tuesday, July 13 – 200 Pleasant Street, Hanover
– Wednesday, July 14 – Jefferson Center, 501 North Pershing Ave., York
– Thursday, July 15 – Wellsville Center, 368 Main Street, Wellsville
– Friday, July 16 – CPC’s Admin Bldg., 226 East College Avenue, York
Head Start classrooms are located in York City, Hanover, Red Lion, Wellsville, East Prospect, York New Haven, Delta and Windsor. Early Head Start is offered in York City. Home-based services are offered throughout the county.