DHA looking for lasting impact with Head Start

By BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,

Delta Health Alliance has short term and long term goals for Sunflower County’s Head Start program.

It was announced a couple of weeks ago that DHA had been awarded the grant to take over the county’s Head Start schools, and the organization is wasting no time in getting started.

First, DHA plans to hire over 100 people.

 
 
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