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Head Start FY18 Data
TOTAL NUMBER OF CHILDREN AND FAMILIES SERVED:
Early Head Start 195 children and 150 families served Head Start 289 children and 269 families served
AVERAGE MONTHLY ENROLLMENT AS PERCENT OF FUNDED ENROLLMENT:
Early Head Start 101% Head Start 101%
PERCENTAGE OF CHILDREN SERVED THAT MET ELIGIBILITY GUIDELINES:
Early Head Start 94% children met income eligibility requirements, which includes 100–130% of poverty level,
90% must be income eligible
Head Start 91% children met income eligibility requirements, which includes 100–130% of poverty level
PERCENTAGE OF ENROLLED CHILDREN WHO RECEIVED MEDICAL AND DENTAL EXAMS:
Early Head Start 100% received medical and dental exams Head Start 100% received medical and dental exams
INFORMATION ON FAMILY ENGAGEMENT ACTIVITIES:
573 parents and former parents of enrolled children volunteered 32,289 hours in their child’s classroom/Home Based visits, at group socialization and in completion of take-home activities
20 parents held a seat or served as an alternate on the policy council 2 parents served on the People Incorporated Board of Directors
74% of families set goals for themselves
181 fathers participated in a family assessment process
157 fathers participated in the family goal setting process
224 fathers participated in child development experiences for their child including home visits and parent-teacher conferences
53 fathers participated in parenting education workshops
787 community volunteers and businesses donated 8,348 hours and provided services and discounts that bene t children and families
DISABILITY INFORMATION:
15% of the children in Head Start and 24% in Early Head Start were diagnosed with developmental disabilities
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OFFICE OF HEAD START 2018 MONITORING
On January 23, 2018 through January 25, 2018, the Of ce of Head Start conducted observations in the program’s preschool center-based classrooms using the Pre-K Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS). The CLASS tool looks at three domains and ten dimensions of teacher- child interactions and measures those observed interactions on a seven point scale.
The Of ce of Head Start conducted a Focus Area 2 monitoring of the Early Head Start and Head Start programs on January 22, 2018. The review identi ed one area of non-compliance associated with Head Start Program Performance Standard 1302.31.
The program developed and implemented a corrective action plan, and on August 7, 2018, the Of ce of Head Start conducted a follow up desk review and determined that the area of non-compliance is corrected.
A copy of the monitoring reports can be found at https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/grantee-pro les/people- incorporated-of-virginia-va.


































































































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