LPHS Mission Statement

The mission of Little People’s Head Start (LPHS) is to provide a healthy, supportive, and educational environment for children and their families so that all may reach their full potential.

LPHS Vision

We envision that Little People’s Head Start will be the premier organization in White Pine County from which families and their young children receive education, support, information, and services that lead to their self-sufficiency.

Available Programs at LPHS

Little People’s Head Start is a center-based preschool. Children ages 3-5 are in classes of 17 with 2 teachers per class. Teachers and support staff provide individualized, comprehensive early learning experiences. LPHS utilizes The Creative Curriculum® for Preschool in all of its classrooms. Classes meet four days a week (M-TH) from 7:45 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. LPHS currently has two part-year and one full-year class (please see schedule below).

What Can LPHS Do For Your Child?

Head Start is a federal program designed to help young children get basic medical attention, make a smoother transition from early childhood to the school environment, and get on the path to self-sufficiency. It is designed to promote learning and self-reliance in both parents and children. Head Start is offered for children ages 3-5.

2019-2020 School Year

Head Start Head Start Full-Year
Hours  7:45 a.m-3:00 p.m (M-TH)  7:45 a.m-3:00 p.m (M-TH)
Start Date  9/03/2019  9/03/2019
Last Day of School  6/25/2020  8/06/2020
No. of Teaching Hours  1081  1292
No. of Socializations  24  24
No. of Home Visits  2  2
No. of Parent Conf.  2  2

The Head Start and Early Head Start programs are administered by the Office of Head Start, within the Administration for Children and Families (ACF), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). For more information about the national Head Start program, please visit the Office of Head Start.