The Yurok Tribe Head Start Overall Goal
overall goal of the Yurok Tribe Head Start Program is to develop social
competance in the child's everyday life. Social competence involves
cultural development, cognitive development, socialization, physical
and mental health, and nutritional needs. The program aims to prepare
children for the transition to the public school years. Yurok language
and culture are also integrated into the curriculum.
Click on the link below to read OHS's 2013-14 Memorandums
2013-14 Memorandums #1
Yurok Word of the Week:
Yurok Phrase of the Week:
No'-os (baby basket)
Hey-gokw (I go)
The Klamath and Kepel sites provide transportation, contact the site Family Service Coordinator for more information
Early Head Start ages 0 - up to 3 years of age.
Head Start ages 2.9 to 5 years of age (depending on birth-date).
Lower income families have priority.
300 Minot Creek Road, Klamath, CA 95548
Klamath site: (707) 482-2811 ext. 206, Fax (707) 482-5401
Robert Kinney, Family Service Coordinator
McKinnon Hill Road
(530) 625-1629 / Head Start Building or
(530) 625-4130 ext. 1603
Adia Supahan, Family Service Coordinator
3400 Erie Street, Eureka, CA 95501
License #: 125406166
Autumn Jimenez, Site Supervisor: (707) 444-0433
Rose Gibbens, Family Service Coordinator
Program Goverance Power Point Presentation (pdf)
(click on image above to view)