3 Starting this Friday... about 2 thousand Head Start students here in Jacksonville will end their school year EARLY. It's the result of a federal takeover of the local Head Start .. that's requiring the hiring and training of NEW staff. And parents tell us -- they're not happy about it. Channel 4's Tim Pulliam talked to some of the families. 3 00-05 12-17 29-34 1'20- 1'25Nathaniel Borden/Father "It's ridiculous.."Nathaniel Borden is one of the parents surprised by the letter he received late last week. In the letter ...The father of two girls, ages 4 and 5, learned classes would be ending for his youngest child Friday.A huge inconvenience for he his wife... Who both have full-time jobs.134901-09 So now come next week ..while my other daughter is still in school..now we are going to have to find someone to watch our four year old while we both go to work..or one of us is going to have to take off from work.The Community Development Institute took over managing the Jacksonville Urban Leagues Head Start program..last month after the organization's leadership was suspended due to unresolved code violations and safety standards.CDI told parents in the letter that it determined some aspects of the head start program did not ensure children's safety, so to correct the matter... additional staff needed intensive training. As a result classes for children over age three will end Friday..nearly three weeks earlier than expected.It's estimated the change will impact 2-thousand head start students.Borden says his 4 year old was heartbroken. 135150-58 She's wondering why my 5 year old is able to stay and go to school and she's not able to go to school..being that she just started in January.. She was saddened. Antonio Wright is one of the lucky parents.His stay at home wife will be looking after their two children. He feels for the families who now have to shuffle their schedules around.Antonio Wright/Father 135800 "It's going to suck for them but they'll find a solution."A problem many parents are trying to figure out tonight.NB 135037-41 they should have given people more notice than what they did.