Miss Kandis Kamora Vonyae' Daniels
Kandis Kamora Vonyae Daniels, age 4, passed away on Sunday, May 1, 2016. She was born on October, 17, 2011 with a heart defect called "Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome". This birth defect affects normal blood flow through the heart. Kandis had open heart surgery and was scheduled for another surgery in June of this year. Lovely little Kandis was a Head Start student and she loved playing with dolls. She had a smile that would melt your heart and was excited about school and life. In her short life she loved helping her classmates and family. She was loved by her classmates, teachers and family. Her Father has said she was a "Daddy's Girl" and she was her Mother's baby. She has an older brother that she adored. Plans are now complete for the funeral services of Miss Kandis Kamora Vonyae Daniels. The service will be held at Shiloh CME Church, Davisboro, GA at 2pm, Friday May 6, 2016, Service will be provided by MC Smith Funeral Home Inc, at 17 Glimore Street, Sandersville Georgia 31082. We would like to thank MC Smith Funeral Home Inc. for providing these service and making special provisions for the family. All donations will go directly to MC Smith Funeral Home Inc. for the funeral of Miss Kandis Daniels Go Fund Me Account.
She was enrolled at the
Washington County NBPW Club, Inc.
Head Start/GA Pre-K Program
Georgia Head Start and Early Head Start programs provide comprehensive early childhood and
family development services to children from birth to five-years-old, pregnant women and
families. Our programs have a long tradition of delivering comprehensive and high quality services
designed to foster healthy development in low-income children and their families. Head Start
agencies provide a range of individualized services in the areas of education and early childhood
development; medical, dental, and mental health; nutrition; parent involvement and family
support. In addition, the entire range of Head Start services is responsive and appropriate to
each child's and family's developmental, ethnic, cultural, and linguistic heritage and experience.
All Head Start and Early Head Start programs must adhere to federal Program Performance
Standards. These standards, which are the most rigorous and comprehensive early childhood
program standards in the country, define the services that programs are to provide to the
children and families they serve and are designed to ensure that the Head Start goals and
objectives are implemented successfully and that all agencies maintain the highest possible
quality in the provision of Head Start services.
Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning
- There are 31 organizations, including school systems, community action agencies and universities that operate Head Start and Early Head Start programs in Georgia
- Head Start services are provided to children and families in 157 out of 159 counties in Georgia
- In 2013-2014, the actual enrollment in Head Start and Early Head Start programs was nearly 27,194. This number consisted of:
Regular Head Start:
Early Head Start:
- 12,972 three-year- old children; and
- 10,907 four-year -old children
- 3,111 children younger than three-years old.
- *based on available data received October 2014
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