NOTE: Community Assessment will be published by late November. Check back here to read it.Head Start programs are required to assess their communities' needs and strengths every three years, updating annually. The date of our last assessment was March 2019. Any information that you would like to share about your community--Temple, Belton, Harker Heights, Holland, Troy, Killeen, or Copperas Cove--you can send to firstname.lastname@example.org We would love to hear from you.4C is fortunate to have incredible partners who help us provide services to our children and families. Temple ISD, Belton ISD, and Copperas Cove ISD have all helped provide facilities for our Head Start programs. Holland ISD and Troy ISD donate land for our classroom buildings. There are so many agencies and groups that help us, if we listed them all, you would have to scroll down forever to read them! We have over one hundred agreements with agencies such as cities (a special "shout out" to the City of Killeen for years of financial support and to the City of Harker Heights for making this newcomer feel so welcome), businesses, churches, schools, hospitals, professionals, colleges, universities, organizations, the United Way of Central Texas, the United Way of the Greater Fort Hood Area and individuals who all contribute to our mission: "We are committed to building stronger Central Texas communities, one child and family at a time."Thank you, Central Texas! We wouldn't want to be anywhere else.