Portage Learning Centers offers a variety of programming to serve the needs of your preschool children including Head Start and Early Head Start classes.
The mission of Portage Learning Centers Head Start is to foster the parent's role as the principle influence on the child's development through comprehensive services and community resource partnerships.
Portage Learning Centers offers a variety of different program options including Head Start and Early Head Start programs. For additional information, please click the link below.
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Portage Learning Centers is sponsoring RACE TO THE FINISH on Saturday, May 7, 2016 at Wingfoot Lake State Park in Mogadore. For information, please click the link below.
RACE TO THE FINISH
Off Road 5K/ 1.5 Mile Walk
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If you have questions regarding the class, please contact Vicky Naugle at (330) 297-7795 at ext. 212.
Portage Learning Centers has opportunities for you to make contributions to our program.
The Health Advisory Committee meets at least twice a year for about an hour each meeting, usually on Wednesdays from 10a.m.-11a.m. The Health Advisory Committee reviews and makes recommendations on policies related to health. A parent member would give any input, suggestions, and concerns regarding the program. If interested in joining the Health Advisory Committee, please call Brandi Myers (Health Coordinator) at (330) 297-7795.
PLC Main Office
145 North Chestnut Street, Lower Level
Ravenna, Ohio 44266
Phone: (330) 297-7795
Fax: (330) 297-8740
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