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Head Start
32202 Del Obispo St, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Head Start is a national pre-school education program that was created by the United States government in 1965. ItMore provides education, health, nutrition and parent involvement services to low-income children and their families.

This particular Head Start program is located at the Community Presbyterian Church. The curriculum prepares youngsters for their continued education before they reach the first grade. Children between ages 2 - 6 are eligible for the program. All children must be potty-trained in order to be considered. Parents do not need to be members of the church to apply.

The Head Start program at Community Presbyterian is open to children of all races, nationalities and beliefs. There is a fee to enroll a child, but financial assistance is also available.

Head Start
31485 El Camino Real, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
Head Start is a national child development program that was created by the federal government in 1965. This localMore chapter is run by the OCHS (Orange County Head Start) and has been in operation since 1979. Head Start is a program that assists in the education and care of pre-school children from low-income families at no cost. Children and families leave the program with a greater sense of confidence when they enter the first grade.
Sam Allevato
32000 Paseo Adelanto, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Mayor Sam Allevato is a retired police lieutenant who was first elected to the San Juan Capistrano City Council inMore 2004, and then again in 2008. He was also mayor in 2007. His current term will end in December 2012. He is married to Vicky, and has two children. E-mail him at sallevato@sanjuancapistrano.org


Los Rios Street Historic District
Los Rios St, San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
The Los Rios Street Historic District is the first street ever built in the town and it is best toured by foot. ParkingMore is available on the other side of the train track near the station, or on the west side at the Los Rios Park. There are shops, restaurants and parks located on this side of the tracks, including some of the town's original and oldest buildings. The setting is picture-perfect, with gift stores stocked with swallow bird souvenirs and objects. The Los Rios Park is furthest to the west and has a modern play area for children. There is a petting zoo, a museum that celebrates the town of San Juan Capistrano and an old-fashioned tea parlor where it's nice to take a break and sit in the shade with a pot of tea.
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