Serving our community since 1965Welcome to Kids Central, Inc.
Our mission is to embrace our children, teach our children and inspire our children.
We envision Kids Central, Inc. as a leader in providing high quality community-based educational services to meet the needs of our children, families and community.
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Accepting applications for 2023-2024
Serving Norton City, Wise, and Dickenson Counties
Chief Financial Officer – Comptroller
Kids Central, Inc. is hiring for a Chief Financial Officer – Comptroller.
Head Start children served
Early Head Start children served
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Discover what Head Start Offers
Head Start programs deliver services to children and families in core areas of early learning, health, and family well-being. They also engage parents as partners every step of the way.
Kids Central, Inc. (KCI) is a private, non-profit 501(c) (3) corporation and a grantee of the Head Start Bureau.
We are now accepting applications online! Applying is a quick and easy process. Take 5 minutes and submit your application online or call 276-679-0514 for information.
Centers & Classes
We have offices and centers and offer Home Based Head Start and Early Head Start throughout Wise County, Dickenson County, and the City of Norton, Virginia.
Our menus are updated monthly.
Monthly class calendars are found on the Center pages.
The Board of Directors is comprised of members, elected by the seated board, comprised of
- civic leaders
- government leaders
- community representatives
- Early Childhood Specialist
- Fiscal Expert
The Policy Council is comprised of 38 members. Fifty-one percent of the Policy Council must be comprised of current Head Start parents. The remaining membership is comprised of community representatives.
Careers at KCI
Kids Central, Inc is a great place to work! Check out our current job openings and apply today »
Leadership at Head Start
Khari Garvin is the director of the Office of Head Start (OHS) at the Administration for Children and Families (ACF) in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). He has more than 20 years of national, state, and local experience designing and leading systems serving children and families in low-income communities. Before joining the Biden-Harris administration, Garvin served as the president and CEO of the United Way of Greater Greensboro in North Carolina, leading the mission to end generational poverty in the Greensboro metro area. Learn more »