News & Announcements
Thanks to everyone who liked and shared the photos on Facebook for our door contest. The winner is...........Potomac classroom. Congratulations to the teachers and the kids GREAT JOB!!!
Thank you to everyone who entered, you and your kids did an amazing job and you should be very proud. Stay tuned for more contest.....
Thanks to all who participated in Franklin County Head Start's 2nd Annual Pinewood Derby! We had 27 racers and several family members there to support them! A special thanks to Michael Sandell,of the Boy Scouts of America and his son, Bill who both headed up the races! Thanks also to Buhrman's Awards and Gifts for the donation of the trophies and Pat and Carla's Restaurant (St. Thomas) and Lil' Caesar's (Chambersburg) for the pizza donations!
1st Place Winner: Liam Hoyaux
2nd Place Winner: Riley Corwell
3rd Place Winner: Rylie Coleman
Best Design Winner: Jeremiah Cotten
Sportsmanship Winner: Sophieann Carbaugh
We look forward to seeing you at the next event!
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program, also known as LIHEAP, helps low-income families pay their heating bills. LIHEAP is a grant that offers assistance in the form of a cash grant, sent directly to the utility company, or a crisis grant for households in immediate danger of being without heat.
The Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program will reopen on November 1, 2016. Click Here
Annual Report 2015/2016
Head Start’s Family Literacy Event at the Lilian Besore Memorial Library on Saturday, October 8, 2016
Ninety-four people were in attendance in addition to four community volunteers and Head Start staff. Head Start families enjoyed educational activities, dog petting, face painting, reading time and fun prizes. Thanks to all who participated! Special thanks to our host, the Lilian Besore Memorial Library and staff and to the Kindly Canines Organization who helped to make our event a great success!
#HeadStartStrong: Head Start Kids Grown Up, Strong and Successful
In recognition of this first comprehensive revision of Head Start Program Performance Standards since 1975, some Head Start graduates agreed to share their stories.
Click Above to Give your Child a Head Start
Franklin County Human Services
A representative from the Franklin County Human Services division will be in Waynesboro each Wednesday from 10-2 to assist residents regarding their human services needs, questions and requests for information about programs, agencies, etc.
Individuals are encouraged to stop by at the rear entrance of the Trinity UCC Church at 30 West North Street. The Senior Center entrance is back there as well as ample parking.
Did You Know?
Children birth-3 and pregnant women are eligible for Early Head Start services.
Budget and Expenditure Report for 2014 - 2015 school year.
Did you know that Franklin County Head Start has a Facebook Page? We post activities, tips, and other information for parents and caregivers, such safety tips, easy and healthy recipes you can make with your child, information about getting your child ready for school, and more.
It’s a great place to learn more about how you can help your child develop and set them up for success in life.
Please like us on Facebook and share with your friends.
Now Open! Keystone Family Planning Services is now open Tuesday evenings from 4:00 to 7:00 pm. No appointment needed, just walk in to the Keystone Health building at 820 Fifth Ave. in Chambersburg.
Keystone Family Planning Services offer a variety of services including family planning counseling, exams, STD screenings,and birth control options. Services are available on a sliding fee scale and services may be free based on income. Most insurances accepted but insurance is not required. You do not need to be a Keystone Health patient to use these services. For additional information call (717) 261-4913.
Making sure your child gets the necessary health care