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Cattaraugus & Wyoming Counties Project Head Start 2010 Year End Report Presented to the Board of Directors and Policy Council. The Dream Lives On…Celebrating 45 Years of Head Start following the Roadmap to Excellence into the future. Families are the of Head Start. .
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The Dream Lives On…Celebrating 45 Years of Head Start following the Roadmap to Excellence into the future
(A) The total amount of public and private funds received and the amount from each source.
(B) An explanation of budgetary expenditures and proposed budget for the fiscal year.
(C) The total number of children and families served, the average monthly enrollment (as a percentage of funded enrollment), and the percentage of eligible children served.
(D) The results of the most recent review by the Secretary and the financial audit.
(E) The percentage of enrolled children that received medical and dental exams.
(F) Information about parent involvement activities.
(G) The agency's efforts to prepare children for kindergarten.
(H) Any other information required by the Secretary.
Average monthly enrollment as percentage of funded enrollment - nearly 100%
Percentage of eligible children served – between 2-12%
Trending in positive directions
These include, but are not limited to:
We will be undertaking an effort to revisit our coordination with area schools and school readiness requirements of the Head Start Act throughout 2011.
United Way Day of Caring Delevan Center Improvements
Compliments of West Valley Environmental Services
According to the Act… We Must and We Did Provide Board & Policy Council Certain Information
Each Head Start agency shall ensure the sharing of accurate and regular information for use by the
governing body and the policy council, about program planning, policies, and Head Start agency
(A) monthly financial statements, including credit card expenditures;
(B) monthly program information summaries;
(C) program enrollment reports, including attendance reports for children whose care is partially subsidized by another public agency;
(D) monthly reports of meals and snacks provided through programs of the Department of Agriculture;
(E) the financial audit;
(F) the annual self-assessment, including any findings related to such assessment;
(G) the communitywide strategic planning and needs assessment of the Head Start agency, including any applicable updates;
(H) communication and guidance from the Secretary; and
(I) the program information reports.
Olean Mayor David Carucci reads to children.
New Crowley Park Playground
thanks to HeadStartBobyStart funding and Salamanca Youth Bureau and City of Salamanca
Fifth Annual Health & Dental Care Institute…teaching 75 parents and caregivers
what to do when your child gets sick and what to do for health teeth
it’s all about customer service