CSO Head Start students from Pat Longinotti’s classroom (Room 107) visited the Garland County Library on Thursday, Feb. 8, where they not only enjoyed storytime but also had fun working on crafts.
Members of CSO’s LIHEAP team spent two days in the nation’s capital to promote and advocate for the program that keeps the lights on for hundreds of people in Garland County.
Garland Library’s Emmons delighted Mountain Pine Head Start students with storytime, aiming to foster a love for reading and learning.
South West Plaza in Hot Springs excels, achieving a 4-star rating in Arkansas Better Beginnings for quality education.
Explore the impact of dance education on three to five-year-olds, led by Amy Bramlett Turner, Hot Springs School District Dance Director and Artist in Education with the Arkansas Arts Council.
Pat Longinotti Head Start students from Room 112 took a field trip to the Garland County Library on Feb. 1, 2024.
Mountain Pine Head Start students explore science, fostering skills outdoors, enhancing physical, mental, and social development.
CSO coordinated the Point in Time (PIT) count Thursday, Jan. 25, in Hot Springs. Conducted at Jackson House, PIT serves as a census of homeless in the community.
Students at Lake Hamilton Head Start took a field trip to the Garland County Library on Jan. 23, 2024.
Sing & Read program aims to boost early learning HOT SPRINGS & PINE BLUFF, Ark. – Sharon Burnett of Celebrate Successful Early Learning (SEL) conducted training sessions with Community Services Office Head Start Childcare Professionals in Pine Bluff and Hot Springs, focusing on the Celebrate Sing and Read Supplement Program. Celebrate SEL aims to create […]