Áłchíní íhwiidooł ááł dóó neenijį’ yee át’éedoo.
Navajo Head Start will be recognized as the premier early childhood development organization with solid financial management, state-of-the-art facilities and intermodal systems, comprehensive educational curriculum, and a vast network of community partnerships. Our staff will be dedicated to community service, strive for educational excellence and advocate for the promotion of safe and healthy families, while emphasizing diversity in culture and language.
Our Mission Statement
T’áá dįį’góó dził sinilígíí binįį’góó be’ólta’ bił hahodít’é góne’
bá laanaa hwiindzin.
T’áá yíní át’éii yíhwiidooł’áłígíí bił hahodít’ée doo.
Amá dóó azhé’é dóó aniséhígíí índa yił kééhat’ínígíí yee
íighah nilįį doo.
Diné bizaad dóó bee ó’ool’į’ índa bilagáanaa bina’nitin bił
Navajo Head Start, an early childhood development organization established within the boundaries of the four sacred mountains, utilizes holistic services to empower children, families and communities to become self-sufficient. Through the practice of cultural skills and language, our children will gain a positive self-identity, strong self-esteem and confidence to become responsible citizens. Our team of dedicated staff service providers will exemplify high moral principles and commitment to quality services in preparing children to overcome educational and life challenges.
- High Quality
- Diné Teaching