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Latest News From Wisconsin Head Start Association
Wisconsin Head Start Association is offering three no-cost learning opportunities throughout April. Join your peers on April 13th, 20th & 27th for the WHSA Spring Lunch & Learn Series consisting of: "Communication: Is Your Current Experience Meeting Your...
WHSA Affiliate Scholarships WHSA Staff and Parent (POPS) Scholarships are annual awards made available from funds raised by the WHSA Affiliate members and event raffles. These scholarships are are dedicated to Head Start/Early Head Start parents and staff members who...
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Wisconsin Head Start Association is hosting the 20th annual training conference titled Virtually Unstoppable. The 2022 Annual Conference will be an exciting opportunity for professional development. Join together with other professionals from Head Start, Early Head...
Wisconsin Head Start Association Community of Practice 2021-22 Gatherings WHSA Communities of Practice (CoPs) are...
When: December 8 – 9, 2021; 10:00a-2:30pmCDT Event Summary: Join us for a 2-day interactive training that...
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The Project The Wisconsin Head Start Association wants to hear your Head Start story. We are gathering stories from current HS & EHS parents and staff to help communicate the importance of Head Start and quality childcare for our communities and for our...
In 2017, Wisconsin Head Start Association served…
Children with Disabilities
“Head Start gave us (my husband and I) both the initial tools we needed to become good students and successful professionals.”
“The Head Start initiative will forever be close to my heart because it is the very place where I began interacting with the world and it has made the difference in my life.”
“I am privileged to be part of a Head Start organization as an adult — an agency that changes lives, improves our community, and is dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other.”
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The premise of Head Start is simple: every child, regardless of circumstances at birth, has the ability to reach their full potential.