Urban League Clarence L. Barney Head Start Center (Head Start)

2800 Desire Parkway
New Orleans, LA 70126

Geographic Area: New Orleans East
Geographic Zone: 6
Phone: 504-944-0801
Center Hours: 7:00 AM-5:00 PM

http://www.tca-nola.org

Ages Served: PK3 - PK4

Program Details

Center philosophy, performance, cost, and other provided services. To learn more about how early childhood performance is measured, click here.

Director: Belencia Breaux
Philosophy: Urban League Clarence L. Barney Head Start is a family focused child development program that offers comprehensive services in the areas of education, health, nutrition, mental wellness, social services and parent, family & community engagement to low income families.
Program Type: Head Start
Cost (tier): Free
Cost for 1 YR to PK4: Free
Cost for Infants: Free
Additional Fees: Contact School for More Information
Schedule Type: Year Round
Center Performance: 4.15: Approaching Proficient
School Finder Page: Center Report Card
Licensed Capacity: 72

Admissions

How to apply, who is eligible to attend, and what factors determine which children are assigned. For more info on how OneApp works, click here.

Application Process:
OneApp
Applications Due: 01/30/2016
Transition To Kindergarden: Students must apply to a K program
Selective Admissions: Contact school for more information

Urban League Clarence L. Barney Head Start Center (Head Start)

Grade PK3

Eligibility: Eligibility and priority for Early Head Start, NOEEN and Head Starts programs is determined based on need These programs are open to qualifying Orleans Parish residents who meet the program age requirements on or before September 30 of the year school begins
Priority: Head Start priorities are based on a federally-regulated needs assessment

Grade PK4

Eligibility: Eligibility and priority for Early Head Start, NOEEN and Head Starts programs is determined based on need These programs are open to qualifying Orleans Parish residents who meet the program age requirements on or before September 30 of the year school begins
Priority: Head Start priorities are based on a federally-regulated needs assessment

School Features

Transportation: Contact school for more information
Uniforms: Not Mandatory

Features & Programs:
Prime Time Partner, Computer Class, Field Trips, Library, Parent Meetings, Storytelling

Language Support:
Contact School for More Information

Special Education Services:
Outside Services Can Be Accomodated.