Letter from the Center Administrator
Kruse Early Head Start is committed to providing an educational environment with qualified, experienced teachers and support staff for our students and their families while embracing cultural and ethnic diversities. Our children benefit from receiving a strong foundation in academics, and the development of social/emotional and motor skills. In addition, the families have the opportunity to participate in their child’s learning through the weekly family activity packets, monthly parent meetings, and volunteer opportunities.
Kruse Early Head Start families have access to Adult Education, such as GED, ESL, Computer Literacy, Parent-Child Program, Fatherhood, and Healthy Marriage. To meet the special needs of a child or the family, our health, nutrition, intervention and social services collaborate to provide guidance and resources. Research shows that children have more success in school and life when they have the support of caring adults and good role models.
At Kruse Early Head Start, every day has the potential to be awesome because each child has endless potential.