Find Your Head Start Program
Looking for a Head Start program in your county? Click here for a list of programs in Kansas counties.Locations
KHSA's Oral Health Supplies Go National
Working with Saavsus, Inc., KHSA's oral health Fast Facts, Magnets, and curricula will now be available nationwide.Saavsus, Inc.
2017 Early Childhood Conference
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Lemonade for Life
Pre-Conference Workshop, May 3, 2107Register Here
Early Learning Communities
Making a Difference with an Integrated Early Learning Model, a Pre-Conference WorkshopRegister Here
Support Kansas Home Visiting
Research shows home visiting works, improving health and saving money. Learn how you can support this program in Kansas!Learn More
Now Online: Basic Home Visiting Training
KHSA's Basic Home Visitation Training is now available in a blended online and live training format. Click here to learn more.Register Now
Dollar Per Child
Millions of children in the US live in poverty and are in desperate need of the Window of Opportunity that Head Start provides. KHSA’s goal is to raise one dollar for every child currently enrolled in Kansas to help state and national advocacy effortsDonate Today!
Kansas Home Visiting
Kansas home visitors have a new resource to assist in serving families. The website also provides links to resources such as child development, maternal and child health, child safety, and cultural awareness.Kansas Home Visiting
Kansas Head Start Association (KHSA) is a private 501(c)(3) organization which serves and represents all 29 Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Kansas and works to strengthen early learning programs through advocacy, education and leadership. KHSA was founded in 1997 and brings a strong history and background of providing high quality professional development opportunities to its member programs as well as to members of other early learning partnerships in Kansas.
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KHSA Projects & Initiatives
Discover how you can help advocate for head start and early childhood education in Kansas and at the Federal level
KHSA supports more than 15 Kansas school districts to provide integrated preschool classrooms that provide comprehensive services to prepare children for kindergarten. Find out how you can pursue an ELC classroom in your community.
Understanding medical and health information can be hard. KHSA supports evidence based training of practitioners to build confidence in parents when caring for their children when they are ill.
KHSA is committed to assisting Head Start programs support the social emotional development of young children
KHSA is helping children enter Kindergarten cavity free and ready to learn. Find out how.
Click to find out about our new Head Start Financial Litercy pilot project
KHSA provides Basic and Advanced training for Home Visitors. Click to find out more.