Atwater Head Start

Atwater Head Start
Atwater Head Start is listed in the Child Care Centers & Services category in Atwater, California. Displayed below are the social networks for Atwater Head Start which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Atwater Head Start on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 82.

Contact information for Atwater Head Start is:
1791 Grove Ave
Atwater, CA 95301
(209) 358-0811

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Atwater Head Start has an overall ZapScore of 82. This means that Atwater Head Start has a higher ZapScore than 82% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Atwater, California is 38 and in the category is 35. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The beginning of the 2017-18 school year is right around the corner for most school districts! Click on the link to find out when your child heads back to the classroom!

Merced County Office of Education added 6 new photos.
Here's a sneak peek of a very special performance that is open to the public and scheduled for tomorrow at Golden Valley High School at 10 a.m. ... Students from the Merced County Office of Education will host a very special performance for family, friends and the community at Golden Valley High School on Friday, June 30. The performance is the culmination of the summer arts program, which includes the Merced County Office of Education’s Orthopedically Handicapped and Deaf and Hard of Hearing Programs, and other local agencies serving individuals with special needs. As part of its Artists in Schools program, the California Arts Council has awarded the summer program $2,363 to help with the provision of professional artists assisting the individuals with special needs discover their unique skills to showcase to the community. MCOE is one of 136 grantees chosen for this highly competitive program, which received applications from 168 organizations statewide. The news of MCOE’s grant was featured as part of a larger announcement from the California Arts Council, which can be viewed online at “This is our 20th year offering a unique summer intensive arts program, which specifically targets the discovery of the creative spirit within those diagnosed with some sort of disability,” said program organizer and MCOE itinerant teacher of orthopedically impaired John Russell-Curry. “Without our partnership with the Merced County Arts Council, the support from the California Arts Council, and other local agencies such as the Cerebral Palsy Association of Merced County, we wouldn’t be able to offer this truly one-of-a-kind program.” The performance will be held at 10 a.m., Friday, June 30 at the Golden Valley High School Theater. For more information about the event, call John Russell-Curry at (209) 381-6744 or email him at

Merced County Office of Education added 9 new photos to the album: 2017 Merced County Father of the Year — at El Capitan High School Merced, California.
Congratulations to Eric Gieling, the 2017 Merced County Father of the Year! His daughter Anya, a first grader at McSwain Elementary School, wrote the award-winning essay about what her father means to her. And Merced County Times Editor Jonathan Whitaker was honored with the first-ever Superintendent's Award, which is given to a father in the community on behalf of a student who is unable to write an essay on their own. Congratulations to all of the fathers and father-figures who make a difference in their children's lives!

Merced County Office of Education shared Wikr Daily's post.
Merced County Superintendent of Schools Dr. Steve Tietjen helped make a special graduation possible for a Los Banos Valley Community School student and her family.
There're just the two of them in the entire world!

Merced County Office of Education shared Merced Sun-Star's post.
The summer lunch program will start on June 6 in Atwater and June 12 in Merced. Click on the link for specific times and locations.
In Merced County, about two in three children live in poverty

#cisccon14 welcome and have a great seminar. Thank you for being here and what you do for kids everyday.

Attended small school district associAtion regional meeting, drugstore project, Hispanic c of c dinner and jazz concert@ multicultural arts

Victoria and I sponsored Club Mercedes tonight and about 100 MCOE employees, friends, and family showed up. It was a packed house.

Going to see last performance of wizard of Oz by MCOE Summer Performing Arts Program. Opening night was spectacular!!