RESA 8 Head Start/Pre-Kindergarten/Early Head Start
Heidi Bach-Arvin
RESA 8 Early Head Start/Head Start/Pre-K
109 S. College St.
Martinsburg WV 25401
304-267-3599 (fax)
RESA 8 Head Start/Pre-Kindergarten is a collaborative effort of parents, staff, and community partners that provides quality early childhood education for young children as well as services for families.  Quality training is provided both for families and staff to support individual and program goals.
RESA 8 Head Start/Pre-Kindergarten has several programs serving our communities.  These include full-day programs, center-based 3 1/2 hour programs, and combination programs.  For programs avaliable in each county please call the local centers.
Berkeley County:
     Berkeley Heights site - 304-263-6222 
     Hedgesville Head Start/Pre-K/Early Head Start site - 304-754-8192 (HS/PK)   304-754-3031 (EHS)
     James Rumsey Technical Inst. Site - 304-582-2198
     Pikeside- 304-671-7150 or 304-267-3555
     Spring Mills- 304-582-3276 (classroom 1) 
     Spring Mills - 304-582-8176 (classroom 2)
     Marlowe Elementary - 304-671-9461 (classroom 1)
     Marlowe Elementary - 304-671-9456 (classroom 2)
     St. Leo's Site- 304-582-1845
     VA Medical Center/Little Eagle Child Care Collaboration Site - 304-671-3745 (classroom) or 304-263-0811 ext 4775
     Inwood Family Worship Center - 304-671-9416
     Pikeside Staff Office - 304-263-5811
Jefferson County:
     T. A. Lowery Head Start/Pre-K/ Early Head Start Site - 304-724-9942 (HS/PK)   304-724-9188 (EHS)
     Blue Ridge Elementary (8:00 a.m. class) 304-671-2351
     Blue Ridge Elementary (9:00 a.m. class) 304-582-1458
     South Jefferson Elementary - 304-582-1664
Morgan County:
     Berkeley Springs Head Start/Pre-K Site - 304-258-5335
     Gt. Cacapon Head Start/Pre-K/Early Head Start Site - 304-258-3838 (HS/PK)   304-258-3833 (EHS)
Our mission is:
  • To provide high-quality services to Eastern Panhandle children and families in child development, health, social services, and parent involvement.
  • To encourage and support the development of staff professionalism and teamwork.
  • To involve families and the community in the design and operation of our program, and to carry out that program in ways that are cost-effective and meet community needs.
  • To serve as a model of excellence in early childhood development throughout the Eastern Panhandle.

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