NORWALK, Conn. -- Students and parents in the Head Start program operated by Norwalk Economic Opportunity Now Inc. will enjoy a healthy breakfast together as the program promotes parental involvement.
This annual event offers an opportunity for staff, parents and children to interact, and encourages positive educational development and experiences for the kids. The breakfast is not a public event; it is open only to students, their parents and educators.
The NEON Child Development program will sponsor the “Moms & Breakfast” event Thursday, May 9, from 9 to 10:30 a.m. at Nathaniel Ely School, 11 Ingalls Ave.
NEON’s Child Development Program serves 529 children at two sites in Norwalk: Nathaniel Ely School and the Ben Franklin Center at 165 Flax Hill Road. The program is recognized and accredited by the National Association for Education of Young Children.
The NEON Child Development Program receives federal funding for Head Start through the Administration of Children & Families, funding at the state level through the Department of Social Services and Department of Education, as well as funding from the City of Norwalk and the United Way of Norwalk & Wilton.
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