Head Start programs must conduct a Self-Assessment of our agency’s effectiveness and progress in meeting program goals and objectives and in implementing Federal Regulations. The Self-Assessment must measure the agency’s
This committee was formed to help discover locations where TCHS services are needed, potential center locations, build community relationships and provide a communication loop with staff, families, and the community.
The Health Services Advisory Committee (HSAC) is a committee that supports children’s healthy development. This committee is a requirement of the Head Start Program Performance Standards. The committee is led
The ERSEA Committee, led by Stacey Knuth (RESEA Manager) is a bi-monthly meeting that discusses Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance, and is required by the Head Start Performance Standards.
The Emergency Preparedness Committee was developed to offer input on the Emergency Preparedness Plan (EEP). The EEP is a comprehensive document that provides guidance to Tri-County Head Start (TCHS) staff