Institute of Community Services - Making Small Miracles a Great Success!
INSTITUTE OF COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
RECRUITMENT ANNOUNCEMENT FOR THE
2017-18 SCHOOL YEAR
The Institute of Community Services (ICS, Inc.) is recruiting children (ages 3-4) born between September 2, 2012 through September 1, 2014, for the 2017/2018 Head Start Year. Younger children with disabilities after September 1, 2014 & those enrolled in Early Head Start may submit an application when 3 years old.
Early Head Start is also recruiting for infants & toddlers & pregnant women. Enrollment slots are limited.
The Office of Head Start states that Head Start is a school readiness program. Building upon this premise, ICS Head Start emphasizes and supports children's academic development, especially to significantly increase language development and to help preschoolers acquire the knowledge, skills, and attitudes that predict later success in reading, writing, mathematics, science, and social studies as they enter kindergarten. For further information, please call 662-252-1582 ext. 107.
Free Learning Websites for Kids
Fun, Educational, and Safe Websites
Watch, listen, and play games to learn all about amazing animals.
NAT GEO for Kids
Learn all about geography and animals.
Into the Book
Go “into the book” to play games that practice reading strategies.
Read, play games, and hang out with Dr. Seuss and his friends.
Practice math and reading skills all while playing fun games.
Practice your phonics skills with these read-along stories.
Have some of your favorite stories read by movie stars.
Read, play games, and conduct cool science experiments.
Practice math and reading skills.
Click HERE to access and complete the
Online Family Intake Application
Hot Dogs: The Downsides of an American Favorite
“The popularity of hot dogs cannot be disputed. In the US, it is estimated that as many as 20 billion hot dogs are eaten every year, about 70 per person.The problem is that traditional hot dogs are nutritionally bankrupt. As with all processed meats, hot dogs are linked to a whole host of disease risks such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer, obesity, and premature death.
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