PARIS — Community Concepts has openings for infants and children up to age 4 in its Head Start Early Learning Centers and home-based programs at nine locations throughout Oxford County.

The Early Learning Centers offer children both no-cost and low-cost attendance in classrooms that provide two-day and three-day options, as well as in-home support and activities for parents. Children receive food and access to the latest educational and developmental resources through the Community Concepts’ Head Start Early Learning Centers.

“We have room for several more children to attend our programs, starting from the coming school year, so we encourage parents with no income to moderate income to contact us to find out more about participating,” said Gemma Rogers, program manager in charge of recruitment at Community Concepts.

The centers provide comprehensive programming that helps families meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional and educational needs and helps them improve their lives.

“We strive to offer individualized learning experiences, while helping children grow socially,” said Dianne Nelder, director of Children’s Services at Community Concepts. “Families also gain access to a range of resources through our programs, where they get connected to what they need to thrive. We are here to serve not just children, but the whole family.”

FMI: 207-739-6539, [email protected], www.Community-Concepts.org.

Community Concepts’ Heidi Gray reads a book to children attending the Head Start Early Learning Center.

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