Why are parent volunteers important? Children whose parents are involved in their schools preform at a higher rate, regulate emotions, and are more likely to graduate and attend higher education. Head Start parents are an essential part of the program, center, and children. Volunteers work together with teachers and staff to promote an atmosphere of leading through learning and support that build positive and trusting relationships.


If you would like to volunteer contact your child’s teacher or Center Manager.


Where can you volunteer?

  • Classrooms
  • Playgrounds
  • Cafeteria
  • School Bus
  • Kitchen
  • The office
  • Special events
  • Field trips
  • Center Parent Committees / Policy Council




  • Must be a Head Start Parent or legal guardian
  • Must pass a background check
  • Must schedule a Volunteer Orientation with Center Manger