Senatobia Early Learning Collaborative

The Senatobia Early Learning Collaborative has two sites: Senatobia Elementary School and Clen Moore Head Start; and has served 90 four-year-olds since its founding in 2022.

Number of Classrooms in ELC


Students Served in 2022-2023


Number of Sites in ELC


“We are able to meet the needs of students both in and out of our school district by partnering with our local Head Start. Both of our establishments are able to learn and grow from the strengths we each bring to the collaborative.”

— Ashley Dixon, ELC Coordinator for Senatobia Municipal School District

Do you have a four-year-old
in Senatobia?

Enroll them in the Senatobia Early Learning Collaborative.

Want to receive an individual
tax credit?

Learn how to get a tax credit and support the
Senatobia Early Learning Collaborative.

About Early Learning Collaboratives

Early learning collaboratives (ELCs) are comprised of school districts, local Head Starts, child care centers, and/or private or parochial schools. Collaboratives offer a high-quality, low- or no-cost pre-K option to families in Mississippi. ELCs are funded through state funds and local matching funds and are overseen by the Mississippi Department of Education.

Learn more about how we are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the ELCs.

We know that kids who attend high-quality pre-K:

Enter kindergarten with stronger literacy, language, math, and social-emotional skills

Are less likely to need special education services, less likely to repeat grades, and more likely to graduate and enroll in college

See stronger employment opportunities and increased earning potential

Are less likely to commit juvenile and adult crimes