Free summer program will help 500 Escambia County kids start kindergarten on right foot

Up to 500 Escambia County children will receive free pre-kindergarten education this summer after Achieve Escambia partnered with a national nonprofit to offer the program. The program will be available to Escambia County families with one or more parents laid off or those within 200% of the federal poverty level. Check out this story on [...]

Free summer program will help 500 Escambia County kids start kindergarten on right foot2020-05-19T22:12:02+00:00

Head Start Facebook LIVE Read-Alongs Mondays and Thursdays at 10am

Looking for something to do with the kids stuck at home. Join us every Monday and Thursday at 10 am for our FaceBook Live virtual children book read along. Join us at 10am on Monday and Thursdays at our  facebook.com/CAPCPensacola/   at 10am Monday, May 4th Book will be "Wemberly Worried" by Kevin Henkes [...]

Head Start Facebook LIVE Read-Alongs Mondays and Thursdays at 10am2020-04-29T15:52:48+00:00

Escambia County School Distric

ECSD Adding Schools to List of Sites Offering School Meals Beginning Monday, March 30, Escambia County School District’s Food Service Department is planning to add schools to the list of sites where families can pick up breakfast and lunch, for free. All sites will give children or teens a breakfast meal and a lunch [...]

Escambia County School Distric2020-03-31T20:28:20+00:00

School Breakfast and Lunch During Coronavirus School Shut Down

The Escambia County School District Food Services Department will provide lunch to ensure that students who depend on school lunches don't go hungry.  The school district plans to provide supplemental school meals from March 23 to 27 at Bratt, Bellview and C.A. Weis elementary schools, Warrington Middle School and Booker T. Washington High School.  Breakfast and [...]

School Breakfast and Lunch During Coronavirus School Shut Down2020-03-17T20:59:06+00:00

CAPC Honors Heroes on Memorial Day

This Memorial Day, CAPC Pensacola honors those who paid the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, and those who lost their battle with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) after returning stateside. According to a study by the Department of Veteran Affairs, suicide rates among US Veterans are 22% higher when compared to non-Veteran adults due to PTSD [...]

CAPC Honors Heroes on Memorial Day2019-05-27T14:01:28+00:00

A Perfect Day for Flying Kites

CAPC held its annual Kite Day on March 15, 2019 at the Gibson Center, Head Start’s program headquarters in Pensacola, Florida. It was a sunny and warm Friday morning in Pensacola, with just the perfect breeze. The streets surrounding the Gibson Center were lined with cars and the sound of children’s laughter radiated for blocks. The clear, blue [...]

A Perfect Day for Flying Kites2019-04-04T17:24:06+00:00

Giving Local Kids a Fresh Head Start

It was either just before midnight on November 30th, or in the early morning hours of December 1, 2018, when a brief tornado damaged parts of Lincoln Park Elementary School in Pensacola. While the school sustained some minor damage, one of the portable classroom buildings was damaged beyond repair. That portable building, owned by Community [...]

Giving Local Kids a Fresh Head Start2019-03-27T14:50:06+00:00
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