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"individual and group activities to stimulate intellectual, social, emotional, and self-help development of each child. Health screenings are provided and nutritional needs are met through serving breakfast and lunch for AM classes or lunch and a snack for PM classes."
It sounds like the program tries to keep parents as involved and active as possible to encourage participation and limit separation anxiety.
To learn more about Sparta Head Start's teaching methods, feel free to call the center at (608) 269-8297, or you can contact the regional director of the program, James Vermeul, at (608) 269-8297.