Head Start of Beaver County Updates

Fayette County Head Start Event

Fayette County of Head Start had a family event  that involved DINOSAURS!  Click the link to see what they found!  Stomping into Good Health

Beaver County Head Start Event

Click the link below to read about (and see the pictures) of the Beaver County Head Start's most recent family event!  Splashing into Success

Transitioning Back to School

Transitioning back to school is an exciting time for most but can be a little scary too.  Please click on the link below to read about activities and tasks to get the children back into the swing of learning!  Transitioning back to school

EARN Corner is Here to Stay!!

PIC's "EARN Corner" has been an overwhelming success!  Click on the link to find out how is all started and how you can participate!  EARN Website Article

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Listen to the “PIC Podcasts”

Head Start / Early Head Start FAQs The Private Industry Council discusses frequently asked questions for Head Start and Early Head Start students. Private Industry Council operates the Head Start / Early Head Start program for Beaver and Fayette Counties in the...

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On September 9, 2013, the Head Start of Beaver County started classes under the direction of the Private Industry Council of Westmoreland/Fayette, Inc. (PIC), as the new grantee. The program offers 18 single-session classrooms, 3 double-session classrooms, and 2 home-based areas. Together these classrooms and areas serve a total of 478 children throughout the county.

Many of the single-session classrooms are housed in public school buildings, including Aliquippa, Big Beaver Falls, Blackhawk, Central Valley, Rochester, and Southside. The other classroom sites are located in Ambridge, Beaver Falls, Community College of Beaver County, and New Brighton. Home-based services are offered in the Tusca and Riverside areas.

On October 17, 2013, Head Start of Beaver County officially moved into its administrative office located in the Beaver Valley Mall in Monaca. The move came after more than two months of working in very confined spaces within the New Brighton center, which also houses two single-session classrooms and one double-session classroom. The new office is freshly painted and new carpeting is installed. Phone and internet service was established before officially making the move.

The administrative office is the home of the Director Child Development and Education Manager, Child Health and Safety Manager; Parent, Family and Community Engagement Manager; 2 Home-Based Instructors; Data Operator; Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance Specialist; Family, Community and Engagement Support Aide; Health Assistant, Nutrition Specialist, Supportive Service Specialist; Building Maintenance II, and Secretary.

For more information on Head Start of Beaver County, you can stop by our new office located at 205 Beaver Valley Mall, Monaca, or call us at 724-728-2110.