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PROGRAM AREAS AND DESCRIPTIONS
Child and Family Development programs
DICKENSON COUNTY CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER Children receive quality care so their parents are free to work or attend school, secure in knowing that their children are properly supervised and provided with child- appropriate activities that enhance their school experiences.
EARLY HEAD START Early Head Start provides center- and home-based education, health, and human services to pregnant women and families with children up to age three. Prenatal care and birth outcomes of pregnant women are improved and parents are more emotionally supportive of their children. Developmental and behavioral issues are identified early so that parents can understand how to address them and care for their children appropriately.
HEAD START Children ages three to five are better prepared to enter kindergarten through the provision of early childhood education, developmental screenings, health, nutrition, and human services. Their parents learn to support their family’s development while reaching their own personal goals such as a GED or higher education.
CHILD AND FAMILY DEVELOPMENT OUTCOMES
351 children were served in Head Start and 181 children were served in Early Head Start.
The program served 492 families.
Average monthly enrollment for Head Start was 105% and Early Head Start was 104% of funded enrollment.
91% of Head Start children met income eligibility requirements and 92% of the Early Head Start children met income eligibility requirements, which includes
100 –130% of poverty level.
100% of the children in Head Start and Early Head Start received medical and dental exams.
15% of the children
in Head Start and 13% in Early Head Start have been diagnosed with developmental disabilities.
20 parents held a seat or served as an alternate on the policy council. Three of these were fathers.
2 parents served on the People Incorporated Board of Directors.
113 families set goals for themselves and achieved them.
494 parents and former parents of enrolled children provided 34,239 hours of volunteer service and contributed $456,904.54 toward non-federal share.
318 community volunteers and businesses donated 4,720 hours of their time and provided services and discounts to benefit children and families.
HEAD START AND EARLY HEAD START
FINANCIAL INFORMATION
FUNDING SOURCES
EXPENDITURES AND BUDGET
Budget Category 2015–2016 Actual (%)*
Personnel 50.0% Fringe Benefits 25.0% Travel <1.0% Equipment 0.0% Supplies 2.0% Contractual 0.0% Other 23.0%
Total 100.0%
2016–2017 Proposed (%)
50.0% 25.0% <1.0% 0.0% 2.0% 0.0% 23.0%
100.0%
FEDERAL
FUNDING $ 4,414,733
LOCAL FUNDING $
TOTAL $
22,645
4,437,378
* 2015–2016 actual is based on Head Start and Early Head Start funds for the budget period 12/01/16 through 6/30/16.
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