The Chickasaw Nation Head Start Program

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The Chickasaw Nation offers the Head Start program for children between the ages of 3 and 4, until they enter kindergarten. The Head Start program shows kids how to enjoy the classroom so they’re successful when they begin learning in an elementary school. For more information, including locations and enrollment information, click here.

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