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Educational Service Unit #13 awarded $2.8 million Head Start grant


SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. – Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Scotts Bluff, Morrill, Kimball, Garden, Cheyenne and Deuel counties will be administered through Educational Service Unit #13.

The Administration for Children and Families approved ESU #13 for a $2.8 million grant last week. The award includes Head Start and Early Head Start services to nearly 350 children annually in the counties.

“Head Start and Early Head Start programs have been important to children and families in the Panhandle for many years,” administrator Jeff West said. “ESU #13 is pleased to be able to fill...

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