If your heart would like to see your three-year-old in pre-school, but you find that your wallet is objecting, the Brazos Valley Community Action Agency’s Head-Start program wants you to know it may be able to help.
The program’s Gwendolyn Wesley tells Navasota News, applications are now bring accepted for its free, pre-school program, specifically geared to low-income families.
Wesley says the program is funded by a grant from the state, making it free for needy Grimes County families.
The curriculum is called teaching strategies, she continues, it is research-based to give your young’ins the bite-sized pieces of study units to help them develop they skills they’ll need in the future.
But Wesley warns the program only has four classrooms and each can only handle seventeen kids, so space is limited.
And sign-up has already started, so make sure to get your application in quickly. Head start classes begin in September, for more information call 936-825-4280 or go to www.bvcaa.org