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1 Oklahoma s Head Start Programs FAQ What is Head Start? Head Start provides comprehensive child development services to economically disadvantaged children and families. The program helps preschoolers develop social, emotional, early reading and math, and physical skills they need to be successful in school. Head Start programs promote school readiness through improved access to educational, health, nutritional, social and other services to enrolled children and their families. The program includes a strong parent, family, and community engagement component. Head Start was created in 1965 by the federal government. In 1994, the federal government created Early Head Start to address the comprehensive needs of low-income children under age 3 and pregnant women. Who oversees the Head Start program? The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Administration for Children and Families (ACF), administers the program through the Office of Head Start. Oklahoma Head Start programs operate under the Region VI ACF office in Dallas, Texas, or under Region XI, the American Indian/Alaska Native program, ACF Office of Head Start in Washington, D.C. ACF issues regulations called Performance Standards. These are mandatory regulations that govern every aspect of the Head Start program. The local grantees are responsible for implementing the standards. In addition to meeting applicable state standards and regulations, each Head Start and Early Head Start grantee is examined at least every three years by a team of federal monitors to ensure compliance with the regulations. Who is eligible for Head Start services? Children and pregnant women from low-income families may be eligible to participate and may be enrolled through a locally established selection process based upon income at or below the poverty line and other needs. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services annually establishes Poverty Guidelines. Children in foster care or experiencing homelessness, and children with developmental disabilities are also eligible to be considered for participation. At least 10% of a program s enrollment must be children with disabilities HHS Poverty Guidelines Persons in Family or Household 1 $11,490 2 $15,510 3 $19,530 4 $23,550 5 $27,570 6 $31,590 7 $35,610 8 $39,630 For each additional person, add $4,020. Updated June 2013

2 What services and experiences do Head Start programs ensure enrolled children and families receive? Education Services Individualized learning programs Evidence and research based curriculum Inclusion of children with special needs Family literacy activities Alignment of curriculum and assessments with public schools Goals for school readiness Health Services Medical, dental, vision, and hearing screenings & referrals Nutrition services Health education Mental health screening and referrals Assistance in establishing a medical and dental home Family Services Parent, family, and community engagement Links to community resources Family goal setting and parenting education Leadership opportunities through parent council involvement Parent education programs Support during transition from Head Start to public schools How many were enrolled in Oklahoma s Head Start & Early Head Start programs? Cumulative Enrollment Age Age ,059 Age ,181 1,189 Age 3 8,370 8,204 8,657 8,644 8,629 Age 4 9,583 9,402 9,544 8,599 8,427 Age 5 & above Total 19,771 19,745 20,649 20,388 20,243 Pregnant Women Ethnicity Region VI Hispanic or Latino Origin 4, Region XI Non-Hispanic/Latino Origin 13,031 3,336 Race American Indian/ 2,171 2,421 Alaskan Native Asian Black or African American 3, Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander White 6, Biracial or Multi-Racial 1, Other Race 2, Unspecified Race How is Head Start funded in Oklahoma? The federal government provides funds directly to the grantees. In Oklahoma, the Legislature also appropriates funds to improve the Head Start programs and expand Head Start enrollment. The figures below includes children in both Head Start and Early Head Start. Region VI Cumulative Enrollment 16,474 16,438 17,381 16,978 16,857 Federal $81,252,571 $83,703,540 $83,800,755 $91,957,247 $88,609,815 State $2,905,620 $2,685,070 $2,452,533 $2,191,700 $2,191,700 Region XI (American Indian) Cumulative Enrollment 3,297 3,307 3,268 3,410 3,386 Federal $20,903,987 $23,135,410 $24,335,181 $22,522,482 Not Available

3 What health services are provided to children enrolled in Head Start and Early Head Start? Children receive a medical screening, are checked for immunizations, and receive an oral health screening. Children are referred for treatment when indicated by results of the screenings. Efforts are made to assist families in obtaining ongoing sources of continuous, accessible medical and dental care. Medical and Dental Home 21,000 20,500 20,000 19,500 19,000 18,500 18,000 Cumulative Enrollment Medical Home Dental Home 17,500 17,000 16,500 16,000 Up-to-Date on Immunizations Cumulative Enrollment 19,771 19,745 20,649 20,388 20,243 Number Immunized 17,669 17,670 18,574 18,939 18,800 % of Enrollment 89.37% 89.49% 89.95% 92.89% 92.87% Early and Periodic Screenings, Diagnostic, and Treatment 20,243 17,843 2,193 1, Cumulative enrollment Children up-to-date according to relevant State s EPSDT schedule (at end of enrollment year). Of these, children newly diagnosed with a chronic condition needing medical treatment since last year s report. Of these, children who have received or are receiving medical treatment (at end of enrollment year). Anemia Asthma Hearing Difficulties Vision Problems High Lead Levels Diabetes

4 18,500 18,000 Dental Services Family Services in ,903 Families in Head Start and Early Head Start 17,500 17,000 16,500 16,000 15,000 3,500 3,000 2,500 Referred for treatment Cumulative Received 2,000 treatment Early Head 393 Start (EHS) Enrollment Mental Health Services (Early Head Start & Head Start) ,500 1,000 Cumulative Head Start (HS) Enrollment Completed Oral Health Examination (HS) Needed Treatment (HS) Received or receiving treatment (HS) Received Preventive Dental Services (EHS) Referred for treatment Received treatment Services to families included: 3,125 Emergency/crisis intervention (food, clothing, shelter) 1,643 Housing assistance (subsidized, utilities, repair) 2,805 Mental health services 875 English as a Second Language training 3,010 Adult education (GED program, college selection, etc.) 1,449 Job training 2,469 Substance abuse prevention or treatment 1,887 Child abuse and neglect services 714 Domestic violence services 695 Child support assistance 9,314 Health education 158 Assistance to families of incarcerated individuals 10,560 Parenting education 1,549 Relationship/marriage education 13,733 Number of families receiving at least one of the services listed above 1,001 Homeless families served 358 Homeless families acquired housing ,135 Number of children with Individual Education Programs 2,075 Disabilities related services provided to children What are the qualifications of pre-school Head Start teachers? Of the 877 classroom teachers, 860, or 98.06%, had a degree or training that was in early childhood or a related field during the Program Year. Classroom Teachers Grantees Grantees Under Total National Under Region VI Region XI American Indian Associate Degree 169 (23.41%) 29 (18.71%) ,685 (31.31%) Baccalaureate Degree 443 (61.36%) 87 (56.13%) ,877 (50.91%) Advanced Degree 39 (5.40%) 6 (3.87%) 45 5,027 (10.72%) Child Development Associate (CDA) 65 (9.0%) 22 (14.19%) 87 2,609 (5.56%) No ECE Credential 6 (.83%) 11 (7.10%) (1.47%) Total ,905 (17 did not identify credentials -.03%)

5 Head Start Grantees in Oklahoma Community Action Agencies Big Five Community Services (HS) (580) Community Action Agency of Oklahoma City and Oklahoma/ Canadian Counties (HS) (405) Community Action Development Corporation (HS) (580) Community Action Project of Tulsa County (HS/EHS) (918) Community Action Resource & Development, Inc. (HS/EHS) (918) Delta Community Action Foundation (HS/EHS) (405) INCA Community Services (HS) (580) KI BOIS Community Action Foundation (HS) (918) Little Dixie Community Action Agency (HS/EHS) (580) Opportunities, Inc. (HS/EHS) (580) Southwest Oklahoma Community Action Group (HS/EHS) (580) United Community Action Program (HS/EHS) (918) Washita Valley Community Action Council (HS/EHS) (405) American Indian Caddo Nation Child Development Program (HS) (405) Central Tribes of the Shawnee Area Inc. (HS/EHS) (405) Cherokee Nation Head Start (HS/EHS) (918) Cheyenne-Arapaho Head Start (HS) (405) The Chickasaw Nation Head Start (HS) (580) Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (HS) (580) Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma (EHS) (405) Kickapoo Head Start, Inc. (HS) (405) Kiowa Tribe Head Start (HS) (580) ext. 365 Muscogee (Creek) Nation Head Start Program (HS) (918) Osage Nation Head Start (HS) (918) Otoe-Missouria Head Start (HS) (580) Ponca Tribe Head Start (HS) (580) Seminole Nation Early Childhood Services (HS/EHS) (405) Other Grantees CDI Head Start Serving Northeast Oklahoma (HS/EHS) (918) Crossroads Youth & Family Services (HS/EHS) (405) Crossroads Youth & Family Services (Lawton) (HS/EHS) (580) Green Country Behavioral Health Services, Inc. - Muskogee County Head Start (HS/EHS) (918) Native American Coalition of Tulsa (HS) (918) HS - Head Start EHS - Early Head Start Sunbeam Family Services Early Head Start (EHS) (405) ext. 225 Tulsa Educare (EHS) (918) Twin Rivers Head Start (HS) (918) Wewoka Public Schools Co-op Head Start (HS) (405) Compiled by Oklahoma Association of Community Action Agencies 605 Centennial Blvd. Edmond, OK (405)

6 Head Start Grantees in Oklahoma CIMARRON TEXAS BEAVER HARPER WOODS Big Five Community Services HS CAA of OKC HS & Sunbeam EHS Community Action Devel. Corp. (CADC) HS CADC HS & Southwest OK CAG HS/EHS CAPTC HS/EHS, CARD HS/EHS, NACT HS & Educare EHS CDI Head Start Serving Northeast Oklahoma HS/EHS Community Action Resource & Development HS/EHS Crossroads Youth & Family Services (CYFS) HS/EHS CYFS EHS & Wewoka Public Schools Co-op HS Delta Community Action Foundation HS/EHS INCA Community Services HS KI BOIS Community Action Foundation HS Little Dixie Community Action Agency HS/EHS Muskogee County HS/EHS - Green Country Behv. Health Srvs. Opportunities, Inc. HS/EHS Southwest Oklahoma Community Action Group HS/EHS Twin Rivers HS United Community Action Program HS/EHS Washita Valley Community Action Council HS/EHS Wewoka Public Schools Co-op HS ELLIS ROGER MILLS BECKHAM HARMON GREER WOODWARD JACKSON DEWEY CUSTER WASHITA KIOWA TILLMAN MAJOR ALFALFA GRANT KINGFISHER BLAINE CADDO COMANCHE COTTON CANADIAN KAY GARFIELD NOBLE PAWNEE GRADY STEPHENS JEFFERSON LOGAN PAYNE POTT OSAGE CREEK WASHINGTON TULSA NOWATA ROGERS CRAIG MAYES OTTAWA DELAWARE WAGONER CHEROKEE LINCOLN OKMULGEE MUSKOGEE OKLAHOMA OKFUSKEE CLEVELAND McCLAIN GARVIN MURRAY CARTER LOVE SEMINOLE PONTOTOC JOHNSTON MARSHALL HUGHES COAL BRYAN ATOKA McINTOSH PITTSBURG CHOCTAW HASKELL LATIMER PUSHMATAHA ADAIR SEQUOYAH LeFLORE McCURTAIN NOWATA KAY OSAGE NOBLE ROGERS MAYES DELAWARE PAYNE DEWEY BLAINE KINGFISHER LOGAN CREEK TULSA WAGONER CHEROKEE ADAIR ROGER MILLS CUSTER OKLAHOMA LINCOLN OKMULGEE MUSKOGEE CANADIAN SEQUOYAH McINTOSH BECKHAM WASHITA KIOWA CADDO GRADY CLEVELAND POTTAWATOMIE SEMINOLE OKFUSKEE HUGHES PITTSBURG LATIMER HASKELL LeFLORE COMANCHE PONTOTOC COAL Caddo Nation Child Development Program (HS) Central Tribes of the Shawnee Area (HS/EHS) Cherokee Nation (HS/EHS) Cheyenne-Arapaho (HS) Chickasaw Nation (HS) Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma (HS) Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma (EHS) Kickapoo (HS) Kiowa Tribe (HS) Muscogee (Creek) Nation (HS) Osage Nation (HS) CANADIAN MURRAY JOHNSTON BRYAN ATOKA PUSHMATAHA CHOCTAW McCURTAIN Otoe-Missouria (HS) Ponca Tribe (HS) Seminole Nation (HS/EHS) Printing 2,000 copies of this publication cost $ of which 100% was paid by funds from the Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, as administered by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce. Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. (June 2013)

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