JOBS IN TEXAS
Review advertised job opportunities on our
site! Please note: you should contact the
agency directly to inquire about all
THSA MEMBER BENEFITS
In affiliation with Lord & Osborn, a wide
range of benefits are offered only to THSA
looking for Head Start alumni throughout the
state of Texas.
If you or someone you know
has attended a Head Start program in Texas,
please take a moment to complete our
for possible inclusion on
our website and future publications.
Scholarship Packet is made available for those
deserving individuals who can benefit and
achieve their goal of acquiring a higher
education. Information on each type of
scholarship that is awarded can be found in the
packet. All applications must be postmarked no
later than Friday, June 24.
Download 2016 Scholarship Packet
Conscious Discipline and More
Join us for the East Texas Regional Child Care
Conference in Longview, TX on June 11, 8:30am -
3:30pm. Cost is $40 and lunch is included.
Keynote speaker is Mary Margaret, expert in the
field of conscious discipline.
Register online now or
brochure and mail-in.
Supplemental Funds Available
has appropriated $294 million in supplemental
funding for existing Head Start and Early Head
Start programs to increase the number of hours
and days of high-quality services offered each
year to enrolled children. As such, the Office
of Head Start (OHS) has released
ACF-PI-HS-16-02 Supplemental Funds Available to
Extend Duration of Services in Head Start and
Early Head Start.
It outlines the
purpose, eligibility, and application process
for these funds. Join OHS on Friday, April 29 at
1pm EDT for a webinar to review the application
process for these funds. Panelists will describe
eligibility requirements for the funds,
considerations for applying, and the application
mechanism in the Head Start Enterprise System.
Register here for the webinar!
preserve parent and family engagement and local
program design flexibility which are threatened
in the new Head Start Performance Standards by
this letter to the President asking him and
his administration to make sure the Office of
Head Start preserves parent and family
engagement and the ability to be flexible with
program design to meet local community needs. A
Parent's Voices for Choices campaign has
been launched to help get letters to the editor
published in newspapers all over the country.