Annual Report/ Community Assessment/ Community Partnerships
As a part of the Head Start of Yamhill County's accountability to the families and children it serves and in compliance with the Head Start Federal Performance Standards, HSYC makes public its Annual Report. The Head Start Reauthorization Act of 2007 states:
Each Head Start agency shall make available to the public a report published at least once in each fiscal year that discloses the following information from the most recently concluded fiscal year, except that reporting such information shall not reveal personally identifiable information about an individual child or parent:
- The total amount of public and private funds received and the amount from each source.
- An explanation of budgetary expenditures and proposed budget for the fiscal year.
- 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.
- The results of the most recent review by the Secretary and the financial audit.
- The percentage of enrolled children that received medical and dental exams.
- Information about parent involvement activities.
- The agency's efforts to prepare children for kindergarten.
- Any other information required by the Secretary.
Head Start Performance Standards require Head Start programs to conduct a community needs assessment every five years to ensure that programming matches the current community needs and builds on the strengths and resources which exist in each community. Annually, programs must review and update the community assessment to reflect any significant changes.
Head Start of Yamhill County 2019-2020 Community Assessment Update
Head Start of Yamhill County 2015-2016 Community Assessment
Head Start of Yamhill County vs. State of Oregon data on Widely Held Expectations
Head Start of Yamhill County Community Partnerships 2016-2017