Project Turn Around

An educational program to help at risk youth and adults. The program provides instructions on how to earn a GED along with Adult Basic Education. It is located on the Nacogdoches Head Start campus in Building #5. For more information call Mrs. Brenda Lindsey at 936-560-3169 or email using the button below.

Head Start

Services provided are childcare, education, and support services for children ages 3 to 5 in low-income households. The program is designed to serve and assist the total development of the child. Health, nutrition, education, and parent involvement services are stress to enable the child to function at an optimum level in his or her environment. Each Head Start facility provides some GED/Family Literacy services. The Nacogdoches facility provides a Family Literacy/GED Program. Parents and family members of Head Start children may enroll in the GED/Literacy program. The curriculum includes reading, writing, and math skills. The program stresses proficiency in oral and written communications and problem solving.

Contact your local Head Start for more information on GED/Family Literacy services. Counties served are Nacogdoches, Houston, Trinity, Walker, and San Jacinto.

Early Head Start

Services provided through a year-round program with early, continuous, intensive, comprehensive child development and family support services for 40 low-income children birth to age 3 and pregnant women. The program provides a full day childcare program from 7:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m., Monday - Friday. Program offered in Nacogdoches and Houston Counties.