We exist to engage and support children and families by providing the educational foundation that inspires life-long learning.
October is National Head Start Awareness Month. Every year at Community Action, Head Start and Early Head Start deliver high-quality early childhood education and programming to more than 2,128 children in Hamilton County designed to boost their physical, social, emotional, and cognitive development, while also preparing them for success in both school and life.
[Cincinnati, Ohio] July 9, 2021]– There’s a lot to smile about in a new career training program that offers board certified dental assistant training in just 10 weeks.
Head Start at Cincinnati Community Action Agency has a new look! The overall branding goal was to distinguish the program with modern appeal, build recognition and stronger alignment to CAA.
What Community Action Agency does to assist parents is amazing! They go above and beyond every single time to ensure that they help, no matter what. COVID-19 has proven exactly what kind of agency our children attend and I couldn't be more amazed.
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We have a confirmed case of COVID-19 in one of our classrooms at the Life Learning Center. Parents of children in that classroom will receive a letter and a phone call. The classroom will be closed for 10 days with a tentative re-open date of November 12, 2021. During the classroom closure, a hospital grade cleaning will be underway. At Cincinnati-Hamilton County Head Start health and safety is our number one priority! All Head Start teachers and program staff are required to be vaccinated to help ensure the health and safety of children, families, and our communities. Our children and staff are screened via temperature checks daily before entering classrooms. We are committed to practicing social distancing, frequent handwashing, wearing masks while indoors, and keeping classrooms and surfaces cleaned and sanitized throughout the day in accordance with CDC guidance.