Due of the COVID-19 pandemic, Boulder County Head Start will alter our school year dates with the following changes:
BCHS will begin virtual preschool services August 31st.
In-person classroom based childcare services are set to start the week of September 8th.
All locations will start the school year with classrooms open for 6 hours per day, 8a-2p, Monday-Friday beginning September 8th.
As soon as possible, we will increase our in-person classroom hours following Public Health Guidance. Thank you for your patience as we navigate Head Start COVID-19 reality.
If you have questions, please contact us at 303-441-3980 or email HSEnrollment@bouldercounty.org.
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Vision Statement: “We provide the best in public service for children and families of Boulder County through an integrated approach to School Readiness.”
Boulder County Head Start promotes school readiness for children, ages three to five, in families with low income by offering educational, nutritional, health, social, and other services. Head Start programs enhance the social and cognitive development of children and actively engage families in their children’s learning so that children will be successful in kindergarten.
The Head Start program began in 1965 during the Johnson administration as a summer program for children in poverty entering kindergarten. The Boulder County program began offering services that first year, and has been helping families since.