Head Start Programs Nebraska Head Start SARPY COUNTY COOPERATIVE HEAD START

SARPY COUNTY COOPERATIVE HEAD START, a Head Start Program of Papillion, NE

701 Olson Drive, Suite 111
Papillion NE 68046-4797
Contact Phone
(402) 339-6592
Two program options—Center Base and Home Base Qualified staff in the field of Early Childhood Development Researched based curriculum with sound child development principles are implemented in each program option Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers & Two’s (center base) Parents As Teachers-Born to Learn Pre-natal to 3 year olds (home base) Both curriculums are practical and easy to understand Individualized education plans are developed in partnership with the staff and parents Staff continually conduct child assessments throughout the year to meet each infant and toddlers individual needs Activities are planned to offer infants and toddlers opportunities to explore and discover the world around them A nurturing, safe, clean, attractive and suitable, classroom environment fosters optimum learning and development with age-appropriate equipment, materials and activities available Interactions between infants, toddlers and adults are respectful and supportive of their gender, culture, language, ethnicity and/or family composition Infants and toddlers have the opportunity to build trust, to develop an understanding of self and the world around them Communication between staff and parents about their infant or toddler is open and encouraged Home visits and/or parent teacher conferences for infants and toddler are planned collaboratively with parents to support their child’s optimal development Parents are supported by staff in their roles as their infants or toddlers "first" teachers
Who is Eligible?

Children who are 3 to 5 years old are eligible for Head Start services. Pregnant women and children from birth to 3 years of age are eligible for Early Head Start services. Children and families who are homeless, in foster care, or receive TANF or SSI are also eligible for services. Eligibility is determined by Head Start program staff and some families may be eligible for services if they are determined to be at or below the federal poverty level. Some grantees enroll a percentage of children from families with incomes above the Poverty Guidelines as well.

Families are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply
How To Apply SCCHS is a child development, federally funded program for low income families residing in Sarpy County. The application process starts in March and is on-going during the school year. The process involves attending a Round-up, going to the Administrative office, or contacting one of the sites to complete an application. 2012-2013 Round Up Items needed to start the application process are: Income Verification: Tax return-1040 (preferred). Other documentation-one of the following: W-2, TANF or SSI, past 12 months of pay stubs, letter from employer on company letterhead (must state the hours worked, hourly salary, date of employment, and include the name and phone number of the company). Submit all income including child support and unemployment payments. Applicants might be requested to provide additional documentation in order to accurately determine eligibility. Child’s birth certificate Immunization record Address verification
Center Locations
  • 2301
    1200 W Mission Ave, Bellevue NE
    (402) 827-6271
  • 2303
    12501 S 25th St, Bellevue NE
    (402) 827-8574
  • 2304
    2912 Coffey Ave, Bellevue NE
    (402) 339-6592
  • 2305
    7609 S 89th St, La Vista NE
    (402) 339-6592
  • 2308A
    1200 W Mission Ave, Bellevue NE
    (402) 339-6592
  • 2308B
    12501 S 25th St, Bellevue NE
    (402) 339-6592

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