Serving children and families in
Barron, Polk Chippewa, Dunn, St. Croix, Pierce and Pepin Counties in Northwest Wisconsin.
CESA #11 is a federally funded comprehensive school readiness program for children from birth to 5 and their families.
What we do at CESA 11 Head Start has a positive impact on children, families and the communities in which we work. We are entrusted to educate our most precious resource: your children! It is an important responsibility and a great opportunity. More than 720 children and their families participate each year in a variety of school readiness and family engagement activities. This multigenerational approach helps ensure that the children in our care are ready for school, parents are ready to support their child’s learning, and schools are ready for children.
Our vision is to create relationships and build collaborative partnerships within our communities that support and empower the unique potential of each Head Start child, family and staff member. We fulfill our vision daily by providing high quality, comprehensive preschool services to children and families in seven counties.
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Early Head Start Director
Head Start Director
Head Start Advantage Documentary
This 18-minute documentary film explores the lives of Head Start children, parents, teachers, and alumni working to envision and create a better world for all Americans. Watch the film and you’ll get to know Head Start families throughout the country and see first-hand how the program has given more than 33 million Americans a head start on their education.
Watch children learn best through play!
The next Policy Council Meeting will be Thursday, May 13, 2021 at 4:30 pm. The meeting will be held via Zoom.
The regular Policy Council Executive meeting will be held via Google Meet on Thursday, April 29, 2021. Agenda
Non Discrimination Policy Statement:
It is the policy of CESA #11 Head Start to provide equality of opportunity for all persons seeking to enroll in programming. CESA 11 prohibits discrimination because of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, age, sexual preference, marital status, arrest or conviction record, or any other protected class status in all aspects of programs, practices, and operation; and to promote the full realization of equal opportunity in services.