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February 27-March 1, 2023 Kalahari Waterpark Resort & Convention Center, Wisconsin Dells Join Us for Another Amazing Year Exhibiting at our Conference! General Information: Wisconsin Head Start Association is hosting the 22nd annual training conference titled...
Wisconsin Head Start Association is hosting the 22nd annual training conference titled Caring, Compassionate, Committed. This theme references the ability of every Head Start staff member to to show genuine concern for the well-being of others, to empathize with their...
Description: The Head Start Associations of Wisconsin & Minnesota are working together to bring you a truly special event! "Supported Staff Build Supported Communities" will be a hybrid-modeled event that will take place on October 23-25, 2023 at the Lismore Hotel...
Wisconsin Head Start Association Communities of Practice 2023-24 WHSA Communities of Practice (CoPs) are groups comprised of individuals with similar roles with the goal of solving common problems and developing best practices. Participating individuals engage in...
WHSA Wage Comparability Study (WCS) Project Description: Head Start Programs are regularly required to complete...
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22nd Annual Wisconsin Head Start Association Training Conference February 26- 28, 2024 Kalahari Resort & Convention Center, Wisconsin Dells Call for Presenters Conference overview: Wisconsin Head Start Association is hosting the 22nd annual training conference...
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...
In 2021, 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.”