Infant and Toddler Early Education (0–5 years old)

Early Learning Services at Clover provides the foundation for learning for children as early as 6 weeks old.

Young children thrive and learn through a variety of year-round, full-day academic and social enrichment activities. Essential health screenings, nutrition and behavioral health services are provided for hundreds of infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families.

For over 100 years, we have been a leader in early education and quality child care in Louisiana. We believe high-quality early childhood education is critical in preparing children to succeed in life.

Studies show that children who enroll in a formal education program before entering kindergarten are less likely to repeat a grade, and more likely to graduate from high school, pursue a higher education, and become higher wage earners in the workforce.

In support of our Whole Family approach, Family Advocates are available to all families throughout their child’s enrollment in any of our Early Learning Services program. Advocates are trained to provide support so that parents can be involved in the foundational education of their children as well as assist parents and caregivers with setting goals for their own educational or employment futures.

Educational Options

We invite you to learn more about our diverse educational options below.

Center-based options:
Home-based options:

Meet our Educational Team

Our experienced team is dedicated to early education and childhood development.

Meet the 2024 Parent Council

The Parent Policy Council’s objective is to elevate program participants and community members as leading voices and advocates for policy change, co-creators of organizational programs and services, and organizational ambassadors sharing their stories and experiences. 

The Policy Council serves as part of Clover’s Governing Body for the Head Start programs. Together with Administration and Clover’s Board of Directors, they are the liaisons between the Parent Committee and Governance.

Pictured from left to right: Dione Joseph-Breckenridge, Gabrielle Carroll (Parent Policy Council President), Crystal Russell, Nancy Smith, Clorin Berry and Dr. Ramona Perkins.

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How to Connect

Dial 7-1-1 to use Hamilton Relay in Louisiana, or call one of the toll free numbers below:
TTY: 800-846-5277
Voice: 800-947-5277
Speech-to-Speech: 888-272-5530
Spanish-to-Spanish: 800-737-1813 (includes Spanish-to-Spanish and translation from English to Spanish)