Educational Services NSPHS utilize the HighScope Curriculum, whose foundation is built on active learning across developmental domains.
Disability Services New St. Paul is committed to providing high-quality services for children and encourages enrollment of children with differing abilities. New St. Paul supports inclusion which allows children to participate in a full array of activities in a natural setting with an integrated approach
Mental Health Services Early Head/Head Start programs are required to provide a broad spectrum of mental health services. The services include mental health promotion, prevention, early identification of mental health concerns, and referral for treatment for children and families.
Child Health and Developmental Services The goal of Child Health and Developmental Services is that each child receives ongoing, continuous healthcare. The Health Services area is responsible for ensuring children enrolled in Early Head Start and Head Start are up-to-date on a schedule of well child care. The schedule of well child care is based on Michigan’s Early, Periodic, Screening, Diagnosis, Treatment program (EPDST). The schedule of well-child care visits corresponds to children’s development and age. Also, the well-child examinations include tests, screenings, and measurements based on children’s development and age. For more information regarding the wellchild examinations, you may refer to the following
PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT Everyone who volunteers on a regular basis must comply with state and local laws. Volunteers must obtain a TB test, Police Clearance and Food Handlers Card. See your Center Administrator or Family Service Worker for the appropriate forms.
NSP PROGRAM WE ARE EXCITED THAT YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ENROLLING YOUR CHILD(REN) IN OUR EARLY HEAD START/'HEAD START PROGRAM. WE WANT TO ASSIST IN MAKING THIS EXPERIENCE A LASTING ONE.