The Williams Family Support Center Head Start held an open house Tuesday evening for the community, and a tree dedication for one of its longtime volunteers Bernadette Johnson or "Grandma" as she is affectionately called at the center. Johnson, 90, has been volunteering at the center since 1999 and says she tries to be there Monday through Friday to help with the children. The Williams Family Support Center Head Start has been serving children in Mexico since 1995. It is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children. It serves 60 preschoolers and 12 infants/toddlers. There is one full day classroom of 20 preschool children and one classroom that serves 20 children in the morning and 20 in the afternoon. There are two infant and toddler classrooms. A class of four and a class of eight that are full day students. The center had nine teachers and three teacher assistants. All the teachers carry an associate's degree or higher. Patty Brown is the administrator of the center.