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Northern Panhandle Head Start

Serving Pregnant Women & Families With Children, Birth to Five Years Old in Hancock, Brooke, Ohio, Marshall & Wetzel Counties of West Virginia.

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Wetzel County

WETZEL COUNTY

Contact Information

Martyn Early Learning Head Start Center 135 Bates Run Road
Jacksonburg, WV  26377
304-889-3509
 

New Martinsville Center@ WCCCF  (3 yr old services)

 

Addtionally, collaborative Pre-K classrooms are offered in conjunction with Wetzel County Schools at the New Martinsville Elementary School

Rt 7
New Martinsville, WV  26155
304-447-1560 (Early Head Start # in that building)

 


 

Short Line Pre-K (family services wrap-around)

Long Drain Pre-K (family services wrap-around)


Please contact the staff for more information about this program option, 304.889-.3509

New Martinsville Head Start Center @ WCCCF

Center base services are provided for children ages 3-5 years old. This center operates from 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m., Monday thru Thursday typically operating in conjunction with the public school calendar year.  Transportation is provided.  Early childhood professionals support the early learning environment designed to engage children in activities that promote social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language skills, and family service staff provide the added support to link to families to community resources to meet their individual needs and support the entire parent group in their involvement with their children's learning experience while at Head Start.  Children receive nutritious meals and snacks while at the center and our staff support families to ensure children are properly immunized for their age and receive all well-child visits according to the appropriate health schedules.  Children who may have special needs are encouraged to participate in our Head Start classrooms while a partnership is formed with the local school systems in the respective counties to provide additional support for children who may qualify.

Martyn Early Learning HS Center

Center base services are provided for children ages 3-5 years old. This center operates from 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., Monday thru Thursday typically operating in conjunction with the public school calendar year.  Transportation is provided.  Early childhood professionals support the early learning environment designed to engage children in activities that promote social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language skills, and family service staff provide the added support to link to families to community resources to meet their individual needs and support the entire parent group in their involvement with their children's learning experience while at Head Start.  Children receive nutritious meals and snacks while at the center and our staff support families to ensure children are properly immunized for their age and receive all well-child visits according to the appropriate health schedules.  Children who may have special needs are encouraged to participate in our Head Start classrooms while a partnership is formed with the local school systems in the respective counties to provide additional support for children who may qualify.

 

New Martinsville, Paden City, Long Drain and Short Line Pre-k (family services wrap-around)

This center base service is a universal pre-k classroom serving children 4 years old as well as children who may be 3 years old with an IEP.  This center operates from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Monday thru Thursday operating in conjunction with the public school calendar year.  Transportation is provided at this location.  Early childhood professionals support the early learning environment designed to engage children in activities that promote social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language skills.  Our family service staff provide the added support to link to families to community resources to meet their individual needs and support the entire parent group in their involvement with their children's learning experience while at Head Start.  Children receive nutritious meals and snacks while at the center and our staff support families to ensure children are properly immunized for their age and receive all well-child visits according to the appropriate health schedules.  Children who may have special needs are encouraged to participate in the family services wrap-around classrooms while a partnership is formed with the local school systems in the respective counties to provide additional support for children who may qualify.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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