Information on EOC Services and Covid-19

All Head Start Sites are closed until May 1, 2020.

Please continue to check our website and Facebook for updates.

Utilities and Rental Assistance

If you are in need of utilities and rental assistance, please contact our office at (772) 562-4177.
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Online Educational Resources for Head Start children and families

Distance Learning
Parents should have received a phone call or invitation regarding distance learning. We are using Ready Rosie as our online family engagement app. For more information about Ready Rosie, or If you haven’t heard from your child’s teacher, please contact us at (772) 562-4177.

Fun and Learning for Parents and Children: An Activities Handbook.

News You Can Use: Learning at Home and Homelike Environment

On Mass Gatherings or Large Community Events, Etc.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE BY CDC
Guidance as of 3/15/2020

Large events and mass gatherings can contribute to the spread of COVID-19 in the United States via travelers who attend these events and introduce the virus to new communities. Examples of large events and mass gatherings include conferences, festivals, parades, concerts, sporting events, weddings, and other types of assemblies. These events can be planned not only by organizations and communities but also by individuals.

Therefore, CDC, in accordance with its guidance for large events and mass gatherings, recommends that for the next 8 weeks, organizers (whether groups or individuals) cancel or postpone in-person events that consist of 50 people or more throughout the United States.

Events of any size should only be continued if they can be carried out with adherence to guidelines for protecting vulnerable populations, hand hygiene, and social distancing. When feasible, organizers could modify events to be virtual.

This recommendation does not apply to the day to day operation of organizations such as schools, institutes of higher learning, or businesses. This recommendation is made in an attempt to reduce introduction of the virus into new communities and to slow the spread of infection in communities already affected by the virus. This recommendation is not intended to supersede the advice of local public health officials.

Remember, whenever possible, stay home and limit your personal interactions as much as possible. Read the entire report here.

COVID-19 Mitigation Strategies & “Social Distancing”

Community mitigation is a set of actions that persons and communities can take to help slow the spread of respiratory virus infections. Community mitigation is especially important before a vaccine or drug becomes widely available. You may read this highly insightful and easy to understand document (created by the CDC) by clicking here.