Early Head Start Program Ready to Expand in Loudoun

Past 100WS grant recipient, Northern Virginia Family Service (NVFS) is expanding its reach in Loudoun County with the addition of a new Early Head Start program in Sterling.  A grant from the US Department of Health & Human Services for Children and Families will provide slots for children ages 0 -3 years old prepare for kindergarten.  The new Early Head Start classrooms will be housed at Galilee United Methodist Church and will offer multiple classrooms and an infant room.  For enrollment information, please contact lparker@nvfs.org.


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