The Elwood Education Endowment "is dedicated to enriching the educational opportunities of students attending the…More Elwood School District." This is done primarily through organizing events and raising money to support and raise awareness about the educational programs in Elwood schools. Funds raised are given in grants to support educational programs that may otherwise not receive considerable funding from the school district.
Visit the endowment's website to learn about what it does and how to get involved.
Head Start is a comprehensive child development program that focuses on helping financially struggling families…More through education and family support services. It is a private not-for-profit organization that has a team of dedicated volunteers to help achieve its mission.
It can administer developmental screenings to children and track them through the special education process within local school districts, in addition to other education services.
The Huntington branch is located in The Evangelical Covenant Church, although it is not affiliated with the church. Contact the office for further details on its services.
Long Island Lutheran Day School at St. Paul’s, or LuDay, offers classes and nursery school for ages 2 through…More 5th grade. It has a full-day kindergarten program as well as an after school program.
The academic curriculum meets New York State educational standards in all areas and all grade levels are further enriched with classes in computers, art, library, music, physical education and Spanish language.
Cultural arts such as puppetry and cultures of other worlds are provided by the Christian Education Association.