On the second day of Head Start classes in Jacksonville, some parents say it's been anything but smooth sailing. Some are being asked to reapply to the program and provide their personal information again, after a transfer of management from The Jacksonville Urban League to another company. Channel 4's Tarik Minor spoke to one mom about her frustrations, and he's got a response from the The department of Health and Human Services. 3 00-05 14-19 23-28LOOKLIVE INTRO - 19:38:04" - CJ IS 3 year old, he's supposed to be in the head start program, but he's at home with his mom, who says theirs been a mix up with her son paperwork, and she says her personal information may have been jeopardized."sh Lasonia Goff says she enrolled her three year old son in head start several months ago, in preparation for the new school year, with Head Start under new management.19:31:42"IT'S ALL my personal information, my address, social security, date of birth, w'2, information, that's a lot."Yesterday, Goff says she was told, her son wasn't enrolled properly in Head Start, and today she says she got more bad news. She says shes been asked to enroll once again.19;32:38"NextT thing I got another phone call asking me to redo the app, to do the files, they said they needed to do the application over.' Goff says when she asked where her original documentation documentation was - that she had filed last year with the Jacksonville Urban League, Officials at CDI told her,t they did not have access to her information. We checked with government officials with Health and Human services who say Head Start parents WILL HAVE to apply again.Health and Human Services Spokesman Kenneth Wolfe told Channel 4 today, "The Community Development Institute is a different organization. There is no automatic enrollment/continuatio n from last year, so parents will need to reapply. Parents personal information is not in jeopardy." For Goff, its a huge inconvenience.19:34:40"'m missing work, today, yesterday, tomorrow, so I'm telling my job, I'm having a conflict with taking my baby to school."