Head Start Annual Report

  • Head Start programs promote school readiness of children ages birth to five from low-income families by supporting the development of the whole child.

    Head Start and Early Head Start programs offer a variety of service models, depending on the needs of the local community. Many Head Start and Early Head Start programs are based in centers and schools. Other programs are located in child care centers and family child care homes.  Some programs offer home-based services that assign dedicated staff who conduct weekly visits to children in their own home and work with the parent.

    The Head Start Act (section 644(a)(2)) requires each agency to make available to the public at least once in each fiscal year a report that contains eight elements. They are:

    1. The total amount of public and private funds received and the amount from each source.
    2. An explanation of budgetary expenditures and proposed budget for the fiscal year.
    3. 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.
    4. The results of the most recent review by the Secretary and the financial audit.
    5. The percentage of enrolled children that received medical and dental exams.
    6. Information about parent involvement activities.
    7. The agency's efforts to prepare children for kindergarten.
    8. Any other information required by the Secretary.
  • Head Start Annual Report

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