About Us

Dodge County Head Start is a federally funded, locally supported Comprehensive Child Development, School Readiness and Family Engagement Program for qualifying families serving children ages birth to 5 years in Dodge County. Head Start and Early Head Start programs offer a …

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LOCAL CONNECTION

Our weekly bulletin, monthly newsletter and menu.

Weekly Bulletin

Find out what Community Activities are happening for the week. Get Parenting Tips, see Upcoming Events and Reminders. View our Weekly Bulletin.

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Weekly Bulletin

Monthly Newsletter

Discover what is going for the month at Dodge County Head Start! Get the latest Room News and view all our Volunteers. View our current Newsletter.

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October 2017

Monthly Menu

See what we’re serving everyday for Breakfast and Lunch. We also provide an Afternoon Snack to keep busy children focused and alert. View our Monthly Menu.

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Community Partnerships

We connect children and their families with services in the local community.

Dodge County Head Start is federally funded by the Office Of Head Start. The Office of Head Start (OHS) administers grant funding and oversight to the agencies that provide Head Start services. OHS also provides federal policy direction and a training and technical (more…)


We partner with the Fremont Area United Way. The Fremont United Way works to advance the common good by focusing on education, income and health. Their goal is to create long-lasting changes that prevent problems from happening in the first place. (more…)


We work with the Fremont Family Coalition. The Fremont Family Coalition provides Protective Factors that when present in a community and in families, will increase health and family well-being. These include: Concrete Supports; Parental Resilience; (more…)

 

Wish List

Dodge County Head Start relies on community involvement to allow us to provide all of our services to our children and families. Many of our programs need items not provided for by our grants and funding sources.

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  • Early Childhood

    Head Start and Early Head Start programs support the comprehensive development of children from birth to age 5.


    Head Start

    School Readiness for children ages 3 to 5 (more…)

    - Head Start
  • Early Childhood

    Head Start and Early Head Start programs support the comprehensive development of children from birth to age 5.


    Early Head Start

    For pregnant mothers and infants ages 0-3. (more…)

    - Early Head Start