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Darke County
CORS Head Start – Greenville
1170 Sweitzer St.
Greenville, OH 45331

Hours of Operation:
Days of Operation:
Monday – Friday
Telephone: 937-547-9899

Educational Services Available

Greenville, Ohio Early Head Start

Early Head Start
Birth – 36 months

Greenville, Ohio Head Start

Head Start
36 – 60 months

Options Available

  • Full Day – full year for birth to 5 years
  • Full Day – school year for 3 to 5 years
  • Home Base – birth to 5 years

Full Year Special Features

  • Nutritional breakfast, lunch and mid-day snack served daily at no cost to families
  • Unique programming for children with special needs
  • Fenced-in playground divided by age groups
  • Special security policies to ensure child safety including a locked entrance

Home-Based Program

A flexible curriculum, “Parents as Teachers™,” is available for parents who want to educate their children at home. Educators at CORS Head Star will help and support parents who select this direction.

In addition to the stimulating, age-appropriate academic lessons and plans, additional assistance is available:

  • Comprehensive physical health, mental health and age-sensitive nutrition services for children and families
  • Educational reinforcement, social service agencies and home educators who privately work to help meet the demands of daily living

To learn more about the educational opportunities and to schedule a visit at the Greenville Center, please call the Early Childhood Services Coordinator at 937-547-9899

Greenville, Ohio Head Start, Preschool, Childcare classroom view
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Greenville, Ohio Step up to Quality 4 star rating
5 out of 5 Stars
“This program has helped my children tremendously. They both have learned many new things as an example: they both have started reading and writing simple words. I can only hope my son can continue to attend this program. I believe education is key and is the most crucial for young children.”
– Darke County Parent