Early Learning in partnership with
Children Programs focus on early childhood development (ages 0-5), providing skill building activities, developmental and health screenings, kindergarten readiness and transition, and referrals to community resources through home visits and culturally and linguistically specific parent education classes. IRCO also helps keep families together, giving parents the support they need to keep children safely in their homes or be reunified with their children after time in foster care. TTSD is proud to partner with them, serving our local students.
We are a Latino-led education organization, grounded in culturally-specific practices and services, that lifts up youth and families to reach their full potential. Our work springs from the core belief in Latino community self-determination—that is, the ability of community members to participate meaningfully in the decisions that affect their lives and the lives of their families.Head Start provides free preschool programs that support children’s language, literacy, and social and emotional development
Oregon Pre-Kindergarten and Early Head Start Eligibility: If your child is between the ages of 3-5 you could be eligible for pre-kindergarten programs. If your child is between the ages of 0-3 your child could be eligible for Early Head Start.
Children eligible for Oregon Head Start come from families:
• That earn less than 100% of federal poverty.
• Are currently experiencing homelessness
• Are receiving Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)
• Are receiving Social Security Income (SSI) benefits
• And children who are in foster care.
Community Action provides critical services to low-income families in the areas of housing, homeless services, economic empowerment, family development, and early childhood care and education. We serve over 30,000 Washington County residents each year.The Preschool Promise Program is a high-quality, publicly funded, preschool program that serves children ages three (3) and four (4) in families living at or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level, children in foster care, and children from other historically underserved populations. The Preschool Promise Program is delivered in a variety of settings, including centers, homes, and schools.