PRIDE Community Services has recently released their 2012-13 Head Start Annual Report. PRIDE is a non-profit community action agency in Logan county.
The report outlines the head start’s budget, enrollment, services and more.
In order to accommodate the needs of the area’s families, the program implements center based classes. The services provided in head start include education, health, family services, parent involvement, transportation and family literacy.
The program is funded by the U.S. Department of Human Services, Administration for Children and Families and Office of Head Start. It also receives funding from the West Virginia Department of Education through collaboration with the Logan County Board of Education.
Of the 251 students, 222 live in a family with an income below 100 percent the Federal poverty level, seven are above income and 31 are foster children.
You can find the complete report at prideinlogan.com under the News tab.