Recent News

Mayor Calls for One Baltimore - City Leaders and Organizations to Aid in Massive Cleanup Efforts after Riots Swept Through Baltimore City

BALTIMORE— (Tuesday, April 28, 2015) In the aftermath of the destruction and rioting, which took place in Baltimore City, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake called on city agencies, leaders and organizations to assist with the cleanup and recovery efforts. “Today, we will begin the process of rebuilding and helping our residents and communities begin the journey towards healing.”  

Head Start Children are Ready to Learn

Today the Maryland State Department of Education released its new Maryland Model for School Readiness(MMSR) Kindergarten Assessment data, and it showed that  in 2012-2013, 76% of Head Start children entering kindergarten were fully ready to learn. 

Totes for Head Start Tots

On Monday April 8 Baltimore City Head Start (BCHS) program staff and volunteers from across the city emerged to help unload a truck that contained the many boxes filled with summer reading tote bags that were packed the day before by students, graduates, faculty, staff and friends of Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) for the 3,600 children enrolled in Baltimore City Head Start.