Office of Early Childhood services

The Office of Early Childhood Services administers Early Intervention and Preschool services. Preschool services include the federally-funded Head Start program and the state-funded Pre-K Counts program.

head start

Head Start is a free preschool program which promotes school-readiness of young children from low-income families. Head Start programs support the mental, social, and emotional development of children from ages 3 to 5. In addition to education services, programs provide children and their families with health, nutrition, social, and other services.

pre-k counts

The Pre-K Counts program delivers high-quality pre-kindergarten programs to 257 age-appropriate children at no cost to income-eligible families in Montgomery County. Children must be between age three and the entry age for kindergarten and living in families earning up to 300 percent of the poverty level.

early intervention

The Early Intervention program provides services to eligible young children ages three to age of beginner through an agreement with the Department of Education. Preschool children are eligible for early intervention services that exhibit a developmental delay of 25 percent or a disability and require specially designed instruction.

Dr. Holly Acosta

Dr. Holly Acosta

Director of Early Childhood Services

610-755-9310
hacosta@mciu.org

Administrative Assistant:
Lisa Boffa
lboffa@mciu.org

Lorinda Moyer, M.S.

Lorinda Moyer, M.S.

Assistant Director of Early Childhood Services

Program Contacts

Head Start

Paula Rice

Program Administrator
484-808-2230
price@mciu.org

Pre-K Counts

Rebecca DeSantis

Program Administrator
610-755-9394
rdesantis@mciu.org

Early Intervention

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