About Us

Quality Comprehensive Services

Jumpstart Enrichment for Tomorrow’s Students, Inc. located in Snyder, Texas in Scurry County, began as Snyder Child Day Care Center in 1971 to care for the children of parents that were working or attending school. Jumpstart Enrichment for Tomorrow’s Students (JETS) is one agency that houses three programs; Head Start, Early Head Start, & Child Care. The Head Start (HS) program began in 1991 and the Early Head Start (EHS) program began in 2001. They are both federally funded programs that serve pregnant mothers and children birth – 5 years old within Scurry County. Eligibility is based on income guidelines according to the federal poverty level guidelines.

 

Jumpstart Enrichment for Tomorrow’s Students, Inc. has successfully provided quality comprehensive services to children and families that promote health and wellness, social services for families and support school readiness. Services include education, family engagement, social services, health, mental health, nutritional, and oral health needs.

 

We support learning through play, creative expression, and guided activities. We promote language and literacy development, as well as early math and science concepts to establish a strong foundation for early learning and developing positive attitudes toward learning.

 

We use a high-quality, research-based curriculum that has measurable progress toward children’s development. The content and learning outcomes of the curriculum align with the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework and Texas Infant, Toddler, and Three-Year-Old Early Learning Guidelines and TEA Pre-K guidelines.

We provide social services to help families find assistance in challenging times and help families identify, set and reach goals around employment, parenting and family well-being. Also, we use a research-based partnering curriculum, Love & Logic, for parents to build on their parenting skills.

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Educational Partners

We use a high-quality, research-based curriculum that has measurable progress toward children’s development. The content and learning outcomes of the curriculum align with the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework and Texas Infant, Toddler, and Three-Year-Old Early Learning Guidelines and TEA Pre-K guidelines.

It takes a village to raise a child and we are thankful to our educational partners for their support.

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Parent Handbook

We encourage all parents/guardians to participate in our program by volunteering in the classrooms, serving on committees, helping teachers with activities, giving ideas for classroom activities or many other ways of actively volunteering at the center.

The following policies stated in this handbook have been approved by the Board of Directors and Policy Council. Any changes or updates that need to be made will be presented to the Governing Bodies for approval New policies will be given in writing to all parents/guardians and staff.

 

All parents will receive a hard copy of the parent handbook at enrollment. Click below to view the digital version.

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Annual Report

This annual report gives a comprehensive report on our organization's activities throughout the preceding year.

 

Download the current annual report by clicking the link below.

Board Members

Our agency is governed by a Board of Directors made up of local citizens and parents who volunteer their time to oversee the delivery of high-quality services to children and families. 

 

Download the current list of board of directors by clicking the link below.