Institute of Community Services - Making Small Miracles a Great Success!


Anderson Grove Head Start Center


Ashland Head Start Center


Batesville Head Start Center


Clay County Head Start Center


Clen Moore Head Start Center


Coleman Head Start Center


Crenshaw Head Start Center


Erma Rogers Head Start Center


Eloise McClinton Head Start Center


Eva Covington Head Start Center


Grenada Head Start Center


Hernando Head Start Center


Hickory Flat Head Start Center


Knowledge Gipson Head Start Center


Marjean Taylor-Myatt Head Start Center


Mary Cathey Head Start Center


Noxubee Head Start Center


Oktibbeha Head Start Center


Quitman County Head Start Center


Tunica Head Start Center


Walls Head Start Center


West Tallahatchie Head Start Center


ICS/Rust College EHS



tips for good nutrition on a budget

West Tallahatchie Head start Newsletter


We would like to share with you 5 Ways to Stretch Your Dollar at the Grocery Store. This will allow you to stay within your grocery budget while feeding your family right with these five tips.
1. Buy in Bulk When Items Go on Sale
Browse your grocery aisles for sale items and stock up on foods you can store in the pantry and freezer. Load your cart with non-perishables such as canned and bottled goods; dried beans and peas; whole-grain pastas, crackers and cereals; brown rice; tomato sauces and nut butters. Plan in advance and make a menu of meals for the week.

center news & calendars

THEMATIC UNIT FOR THE MONTH

COLEMAN Head Start Center & BLENDED SITES

Our World
Learn about Friends Around The ‘World
Learn about Science  | Learn about the Weather
Learn about Our Green Earth | Learn about Rocks and Minerals
| Learn about the Ocean
Please work with your children at home daily.

Celebrate by reading

quitman center newsletter


March is also the month of Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Children love to read books by Dr. Seuss. Please allow your child to see you read because you never know the impact that it will have on your child and their success. Also, allow your child to read to you and inform you on what’s going on in their own words.

Calendars