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Report to the Community 2010
Message from Leadership Dave Dexheimer, Executive Director Linda Bleything, Head Start/Early Head Start Director Community Impact Community, Economic, School Readiness Family Snapshot Direct Services Demographics Education Disabilities Mental Health Health & Dental Monitoring Licensing Parent Involvement Exemplary Practices Educational Assistance Programs PEAR EEIP Program Highlights Community Support Partner Locations Project List Partners Programs Partner of the Year Healthy Families Mentoring Children of Prisoners Trainings Financials Head Start/Early Head Start Federal Financial Report Head Start/Early Head Start Budget Early Head Start ARRA Expansion Financial Status Report Early Head Start ARRA Expansion Budget ARRA—COLA/QI Financial Status Report ARRA—COLA/QI Budget Healthy Families Financial Status Report Healthy Families Budget Independent Auditor Report Report on Internal Controls Report on Compliance Audit Summary Auditor Letter Department of Health & Human Services Letter Response to Eligibility Determination Response to Segregation of Duties Federal Awards Community Donor List Board Members Staff List Contact Information Central Office Centers
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*Posted on Douglass Community Services Website at www.douglassonline.org. This report shall be updated annually by March 31st.
Messages from Leadership
Dave Dexheimer Executive Director
As I look back on the year just ended, I can’t help but reflect on what a significant time it has been in the life of Douglass Community Services and Head Start/ Early Head Start. First of all we accomplished the feat of adding several new staff and creating partnerships with several new organizations to implement an additional 72 Early Head Start children. We began a new teacher mentoring project in which Master Teachers spent time helping our staff become even better at the opportunities provided us in the classroom. We also began the process of identifying volunteers who will serve as mentors to our children who have a parent in the prison system. We have continued to strengthen the relationships between couples and help singles and adolescents develop relationship skills through the Healthy Families Project. All the while we continued providing quality services to our children and their families in our eight counties we serve. As we look forward, we do so with a careful eye on the fiscal implications that the federal budget process may have on our programs. As is evident, this process is ongoing and a bit uncertain. Rest assured we are planning ahead, preparing for any bumps in the road. As the future unfolds, we intend to be right here, continuing the excellent services you have grown accustomed to and expect. We do need your help. I hope you will always be looking for ways you can be a part of our efforts. Whether it is volunteering in the classroom, serving on one of our numerous committees, helping around the centers, or working as an advocate for continued funding, your services are necessary and appreciated. As I look ahead to the coming year, I do so with anticipation because of what I see still needs to be accomplished. With your assistance we will surge ahead and, once again, be able to make a significant impact on our children, families, and communities. Dave Dexheimer Executive Director Douglass Community Services, Inc.
Mike Marx Board President
Messages from Leadership
Head Start Director’s Letter to the Community:
In 2010, Douglass Community Services Head Start and Early Head Start programs continued to grow and provide additional services to Head Start families and the communities in which Head Start centers are located. Resources made possible through the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act 2009 were prudently used to ensure good stewardship of taxpayer funds. The highlight for our program was the ability to replace the aging facility in New London with one that will now meet all state licensing regulations and provide an environment for quality care and academic instruction. We were also able to upgrade other facilities and playgrounds that have been neglected because of years of increased costs without increased funding. Families in our communities continue to struggle as community economic conditions create a decrease in resources and more competition for available resources. Six hundred forty one (641) families received Head Start services in 2010. Thirty one (31) DCS Head Start families were homeless at some point during 2010. Because of Head Start services, 570 children became up-to-date on the Missouri schedule of preventative and primary health care and 455 children received preventive dental care. In addition, twenty pregnant, teenage girls received prenatal education and were ensured of prenatal and postpartum health care. Special grant funding provides opportunity to share our resources with others in the community. The Healthy Families program continued in all eight counties in the DCS Head Start service area with 250 individuals completing a total of 6,552 hours of relationship building skills sessions in 2010. These sessions build awareness about how to treat significant partners and the effect that relationship has on their children’s behaviors and influences the success of their own relationships. New to DCS Head Start in 2010 is the Mentoring Children of Prisoners grant which will be fully operational in 2011, offering children ages 4 to 18 mentors who create quality, long lasting, one-on-one relationships providing role models for future success. In 2010, the 133 employees of Douglass Community Services Head Start contributed $3,768,566 to the local economy through their payroll. Seventy three percent of Head Start and Early Head Start teachers hold degrees in education or a related field. And, although not a grant requirement, 34% of social service staff hold degrees in a social service related field. If you would like more information about Douglass Community Services Head Start programs, visit us online at http://douglassonline.org/headstart/. Thank you to our community partners, volunteers and donors for your support last year. Everyone at DCS Head Start appreciate your show of support for our work in helping children and families to meet their full potential.
Program Director DCS Head Start
The DCS Head Start/Early Head Start Mission is to help children and families realize their full potential. The truth about poverty in Douglass Community Services Northeast Missouri services area today is that over one in four children (26.9%) live in a poverty household. 92% of DCS Head Start families served in 2010 had income below 100% federal poverty line which is $22,050 for a family of four. Research suggests that on average a family of four needs $44,100 to meet their most basic needs (Missouri Community Action Partnership). Head Start services were provided to 31 homeless families in 2010, a 28% increase over 2009. DCS Head Start, Early Head Start, and Healthy Marriage Initiative made a lasting impact in communities across eight counties in Northeast Missouri through direct services provided to 715 families. Economic Impact: The DCS Head Start and Early Head Start program provides quality early childhood education and care, free of charge, so that parents can stay in the workforce and be assured that their children are in a safe and nurturing environment. Eighty-five percent (85%) of DCS Head Start families live on less than $15,000 a year. The average annual cost of child care in our area is $5,675—or a minimum of 38% of income. (Child Care Aware Missouri, 2010). DCS parents could not afford to pay for child care and remain in the workforce. In addition, the 133 employees of DCS Head Start contributed $3,768,566 to the local economy through their payroll in 2010. School Readiness Through comprehensive services children were prepared to compete academically, physically and socially with their peers. Families were assisted in improving their own educational levels and marketable job skills, as well as being prepared to support their child’s learning throughout their school career. Children’s academic growth is supported in DCS Head Start classrooms to prepare the child to more readily succeed in school. Measurements of children’s progress are aligned with Missouri’s state pre-K standards. 100% Head Start teachers have a minimum of an Associate’s Degree, with 50% holding Bachelors or an advanced degree.
Total number of families: 641 Number of two parent families: 36% Number of one parent families: 64% Less than high school graduate: 29% Vocational school, associate’s degree or higher: 27% Parents in household employed: 60% Parents in job training or school: 16% Families receiving Federal Temporary Assistance for Needy Families: 24%
Total number of children: 715 Enrollment by age: Under 1 year: 9% 1 year old: 8% 2 years old: 7% Enrollment by ethnicity: White: African American: Biracial: Hispanic:
Pregnant women: 25
3 years old: 34% 4 years old: 36% teen moms: 3%
75% 11% 12% 2%
Enrolled children with diagnosed disability: 71 (10%) Number of children with health insurance: 93% Number of children receiving medical treatment for chronic health conditions: 14 Number of children who received preventative dental care: 87%
Our program began using The Creative Curriculum®. The Creative Curriculum® is a researchbased system that offers early childhood educators a comprehensive collection of resources to help them build high-quality programs. The Creative Curriculum® offers comprehensive support in four essential areas: curriculum, assessment, professional development, and family connection. All resources are available in English and in Spanish, which supports Spanish-speaking children in maintaining their home language while they also acquire English language and literacy skills. Before beginning any journey, you need to know where you are heading. With The Creative Curriculum®, that is the role played by the objectives for development and learning. The Creative Curriculum® assessment system, through Teaching Strategies Gold uses color-coded charts to depict progressions of development and learning for each objective. These enable education staff to quickly determine the developmental levels of children in their classroom so they can plan instruction appropriately. This system addresses 10 areas of development and learning that help teachers ensure that they are focusing on what’s most important, each and every day. The areas of development and learning are Social–Emotional, Physical, Oral Language, Cognitive, Literacy, Mathematics, Science and Technology, Social Studies, The Arts, and English Language Acquisition. We began using the Classroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS). This instrument was selected by the Office of Head Start to respond to the legislative mandate to use a valid and reliable tool to assess classroom quality. The CLASS assessment may be used during the program review process and offers data for self-assessment by the grantee. During 2010, five DCS Head Start staff were trained to use the class instrument. Prior to 2010, there was only one staff person trained to administer this assessment. Head Start also implemented the use of Master Teachers. They work with, train, and mentor staff that scored in the low to mid range of the assessment in order to improve their teaching skills that, in turn, will raise their CLASS scores. The CLASS tool is only used in classrooms with children ages 3-5. The 0-3 classrooms continue to use the Infant-Toddler Environmental Rating System (ITERS) to assess staff and classrooms.
All of our classrooms are inclusive and all children participate in activities on their own level. Education Staff members are trained to look for indications a child may have a developmental delay. Once a concern is noted, staff work with parents to refer the child to First Steps (ages 02) or the Public School (ages 3-5). Our staff is strong in their support of families through the referral, evaluation and planning process. Each year our partnerships with First Steps and Local Education Agencies (LEA’s) grow stronger which allows us to better identify, refer, evaluate, and provide services for children with disabilities.. One way we have developed that strong partnership is through the Education and Disabilities Advisory Committee which meets three times per year. Good attendance was maintained throughout the year at these meetings and valuable input was gained through discussions on various topics. We served a wide range of disabilities this year, including: Emotional/Behavioral, Autism, Health Impairment, Speech and Language, Down’s syndrome and Developmental Delays. Our performance standards mandate that 10% of our enrollment be children with disabilities. We maintained that requirement throughout the year.
Licensed mental health providers are contracted and available on a regular basis to consult with staff and families. They include Tresa Richardson, Evergreen Behavioral Services, and White Oak Counseling. Our contracted mental health consultants provide special help to staff and families for children with atypical behaviors. They observe our classrooms and provide individual strategies immediately following the observations. Families are invited to attend these meetings and follow-up meetings throughout the year. We are challenged with the number of children exhibiting more and more concerning behaviors, some of which become hurtful to others. Head Start believes the only way these children can become more social is to have them in a social program such as ours, and helping to teach them new ways to deal with feelings and frustrations. However, we must keep all of our children and staff safe and this is sometimes a difficult balance. There are few mental health providers in many of our communities that have expertise in working with young children. Numerous providers will not even consider an appointment for a child under the age of 5. Of the providers that are available to work with children from 0-5, most of those do not accept the health insurance available to our families. We are challenged with the limited resources available for mental health services for our children and families in our service area. We create Positive Behavior Plans with families and Individualized Intervention Plans with contracted providers, staff, and families. We refer families to outside sources for additional help when needed or requested. We strive to create an atmosphere in which every child can feel successful socially and emotionally.
2010 saw an increased response from parents regarding physicals, dentals and immunizations. Health Care USA mascot Doc Bear visited several centers to teach the children the importance of dental care. Local dentists showed their support by donating toothbrushes. A dentist in Louisiana offered discounted services to help our children receive the care they need.
Fiscal Management: We exceeded our in-kind goal for 2009. Regional Office has noted that our reports are always filed in a timely manner. There was one finding on the annual audit. One child’s file was misplaced. We have put new systems in place to assure all files are tracked as they move from Center to Center or to Central Office. Program Governance: DCS has an active Parent Policy Council and Board of Directors which include the required members with financial, early childhood and legal experience. Shared Decision Making: Two Parent Policy Council members also sit on the Board of Directors. All policies and procedures are reviewed by the Joint Governance Committee. This committee includes members from both bodies to assure agreement prior to presentation to their respective bodies. Self-Assessment: We had many outside reviewers and some who had never participated before. Specialists used improved protocols and supplemented that information with their ongoing monitoring. This information was then used to make program improvements. Ongoing Monitoring: Our program has a strong system of ongoing monitoring both for hard copy information and for our electronic data (Child Plus). Center staff and specialists monitor the accuracy of this data and monthly reports are reviewed by the Board and the Policy Council. ERSEA: All centers were fully enrolled all year. Program attendance for the year was 95%. Staff is well trained in the eligibility process and is able to adapt to changes based on new Policy Clarifications. A file from 2008-2009 could not be located for the annual audit. Parents need supports in finding transportation and we must continue to seek out cost effective alternatives to support them. Planning: DCS is committed to a strong planning process. Our self assessment process is linked to the development of long and short term goals, new policies and procedures and the annual training plan. Communication: DCS has a system of communications which includes: group meetings, one-on-one meetings, newsletters, email, phone calls and a variety of resources available to both staff and parents. Each center is staffed regularly with the Central Office team. New systems have been developed which support staff with ways to communicate their needs in training and support and ensure it is provided. Record-Keeping and Reporting: DCS uses the Child Plus tracking system to assist with the aggregation of data and ongoing monitoring. Specialists evaluate data and visit centers at least monthly. Reports of these visits are reviewed by the Sr. Assistant Director. Aggregated Child Plus information is sent monthly to the HS Director, the Sr. Assistant Director, the Policy Council and the Board of Directors. New file systems have been put in place. Human Resources: All our classes have at least one teacher with a minimum of an Associate’s degree and over 50% have Bachelor’s and beyond. Many of our assistant teachers are working on their Associate’s degrees. Aides and teacher assistants are working on their CDA if they do not have a degree. All centers have at least one social service staff with a degree. Our program is working on a credentialing program for social service staff. Parents are supported in taking classes through our PEAR program.
Licensing & Inspections (Per Center)
Hannibal Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Macon Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Ralls Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Early Head Start, Johnson Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Moberly Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Louisiana Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: 9/21/10 11/22/10 6/07/10 1/03/11 3/24/11 1/24/11 Palmyra Head Start 11/10/10 2/09/11 11/09/10 2/03/10 3/01/11 2/10/11 8/23/10 9/24/10 9/23/10 2/22/10 3/15/10 3/03/10 Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Bowling Green Head Start Fire: Licensing Sanitation: Monroe Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Lewis County Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: 9/02/10 9/07/10 11/18/10 11/09/10 3/23/11 3/15/11 8/11/10 3/22/11 2/07/11 2/23/11 2/07/11 1/10/11 Early Head Start, Clinic Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: Shelbina Head Start Fire: Licensing: Sanitation: 11/09/10 1/01/11 9/01/10 6/25/10 1/14/11 7/20/10
Activities Included: Parents and Family Members participating in class activities, field trips and assisting at the tables during meals. Policy Council parent representatives from Macon Head Start and Early Head Start - Johnson Street, and the Ralls County Center Manager attended the Parent Leadership Training in Jefferson City in March 2010. Parents participated in group and individual trainings. The topics for these trainings included Conscious Discipline, Safety, I CAN Health Literacy, Relationship Skills, Budgeting, and Love & Logic Parenting. Successful parent fundraisers were held at many sites. The parents then purchased classroom materials, paid for field trips, and bought outdoor equipment. ―Day of Thanks‖ meals were held in November and ―Winter Celebrations‖ were held in December. During the Week of the Young Child in April, all centers hosted a variety of activities, such as an Open House, community members reading the children, and meals with family members to name a few. A lot of different activities are held in the centers throughout the year. Center Family Activities this year included pizza parties, painting pumpkins, craft activities, Fall festivals, training on car seat safety, hayrides, carnivals and dances. Muffins with Moms, Donuts with Dads, Dads and Dudes breakfast, Grandparents Day and Special Visitors lunches were also hosted through out the year. Each center hosts ―End of the Year‖ celebrations through programs, picnics or just a day or evening of family fun. The following Awards were presented during the year: Brittany Dietle (Hannibal HS/EHS) - 2010 Parent of the Year Courtney Engle (Ralls County) - 2010 Beating the Odds Gail Way (Bowling Green) - 2010 Parent Volunteer of the Year The Ann Phipps Memorial Scholarships was presented locally to Ashlee Tran (Early Head Start - Clinic Road) in 2009. In 2010, Ashlee was presented with Ann Phipps Memorial Scholarship from the Missouri Head Start Association, from Region VII and from the National Head Start Association. She received a $1500 scholarship from the NHSA and flew to Dallas, TX to accept the award. Ashlee is a nursing student at Hannibal LaGrange University.
Parent Activity Award Winners:
*Based on the percentage of parents in attendance at Family Activity/Parent Meeting January Early Head Start-Clinic Road February Lewis County Head Start March Shelbina Head Start Early Head Start-Clinic Road April Ralls County Head Start Moberly Head Start Early Head Start-Clinic Road May All Centers – Each for their End of the Year Celebration September Hannibal Head Start Early Head Start-Clinic Road October Lewis County Head Start Shelbina Head Start November Hannibal Head Start Louisiana Head Start Monroe Head Start
Early Learning Mentor/Coach Program is a 14 month grant that provided for two Master Teachers to mentor classroom teachers with the goal of improving quality of instruction. This prject will last through February 2012. Motivational Interviewing was put into action this year. This style of interviewing family participants provides a richer picture of family’s circumstances. It allows for practical goal setting with families. Risk Assessment Meetings were held twice a year for each HS/EHS center. This conversation between administration and center staff provide a detailed look at successes and concerns that need to be addressed. Creative Curriculum was fully integrated into Head Start and Early Head Start classrooms. This standardized curriculum, appropriate for children birth through age 5, provided a smooth transition for children as they leave EHS to go to HS and it allows for tracking children’s progress over a 0-5 continuum.
EDUCATIONAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAMS
PEAR (Parental Education Assistance Requirements)
In the 2009-2010 school year, 11 parents were approved for PEAR funds and 7 went on to use their funds. The PEAR program is designed to assist parents with the costs associated with school and/or vocational training not covered under grants or other scholarships. Parents are eligible for a scholarship up to $250. In return, parents agree to meet specific requirements to receive the scholarship dollars, such as volunteer hours and maintaining attendance and good grades through the completion of the program they are using the scholarship towards. EEIP (Employee Education Incentive Program) In 2010, 9 staff members were approved and 9 went on to use their funds. In 2010 2 staff members completed their Bachelor’s degree. The EEIP program is designed to assist staff members with the costs associated with increasing their level of education. In return, staff members agree to meet specific requirements to receive the monies, such as maintaining attendance and good grades as well as continued employment with DCS Head Start/Early Head Start.
DCS Head Start received a 3 year Mentoring Children of Prisoners grant that will provide mentoring relationships that provide role models for future success for children ages 4-18. Three parents attended the Parent Leadership and Advocacy Training in Jefferson City. Monroe City Head Start center was awarded the Head Start Body Start grant to upgrade their playground and provide additional equipment. Early Head Start Parent, Ashlee Tran, received the national Ann Phipps Memorial Scholarship. Ashlee is enrolled in the nursing program at Hannibal La Grange University. Because of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) funding we were able to replace the New London (Ralls County) Head Start facility. Replacement of the aging structure provides a safer environment, more conducive to learning. Remodeling of the Bowling Green classrooms added restrooms to both classrooms, assisting in classroom management and staffing issues that arose when children had to leave the room to use the restroom.
Veteran’s Elementary, in Hannibal, MO The Learning Center, in Bowling Green, MO The Literacy Center, in Macon, MO Giggles & Grins, in Lewistown, MO Bear Hugs & Books, in Bowling Green, MO Tiny Treasures, in Moberly, MO Doc Bear Presentations Back to School Fairs (Hannibal and Bowling Green) Family Fair (Moberly) Local Dentists donations to Centers Mental Health Providers charging less money Presentation from Northeast Community Services Parents As Teachers Support Health Department Support Bowling Green Home Based allowed use of Bear Hugs and Books buidling Family Planning Center of NECAC (Marion and Pike Co.) Shelby County Human Resource Council Kids in Motion RSVP Senior Expo Teen Health Fair (Hannibal) Moberly Area Community College Job Fair
Community Projects supported by Head Start
Douglass Community Services Head Start and Early Head Start works side-by-side with other programs to help support the community. Some of these partners are: Foster Grandparents Experience Works Retired Senior Volunteer Program Heart to Heart Community Outreach, Inc. Pike County Agency for Developmentally Disabled Hannibal Knights of Columbus Hannibal Early Bird Kiwanis Hannibal Special Services NECAC Family Planning Family and Community Together (FACT)
The 2010 Douglass Community Services Head Start Partner of the Year was Kathy Nicholson, Palmyra Public Schools Early Childhood Director and Parents As Teachers Educator. Kathy currently serves on the DCS Board of Directors, Joint Governance, Personnel Committee and she attends HS/EHS Advisory meetings on a regular basis. Kathy also helps to ensure annual screenings are provided for the HS children to determine their development level.
The Healthy Families Project served 1039 individuals in 2010. The project focuses on helping individuals learn about healthy relationships, stress and anger management, communication skills, and connecting with their families. Healthy Families Project activities are funded through a special grant from the Administration for Children, Office of Head Start. Participants not meeting Head Start income and eligibility guidelines can also attend for a minimal fee.
Objectives Provide relationships curriculum and extension activities to include: parenting, budgeting, and other pertinent issues for Head Start eligible families Couples will assess the health of their marriage/ relationship and plan for strategies for strengthening them as measured on the MAT inventory Participants will report increased formal and informal sources of support, to include family, friends, and community survey. Participants will identify life stressors and develop strategies to practice pro-social and non-violent methods of stress and anger management as measured on the DLC survey. Individuals, not in a current relationship will identify aspects of a healthy relationship and plan for strategies for future healthy relationships as measured on BPR scale.
Goal 450 units
Actual 1047 units
Mentoring Children of Prisoners
In October 2010, we received funding to embark upon a new program to help children of incarcerated parents deal with the economic, social, and emotional burdens of parental incarceration and relationship disruption through a new program, Mentoring Children of Promise/Mentoring Children of Prisoners (MCP). The purpose of the program is to provide quality, long lasting, one on one relationships that provide young people with caring role models for future success. It is about someone the child can learn to trust and rely on. Mentors can take the child fishing, to a movie, show them how to cook, go to the park, take them to church or just spend an hour listening to them. The age range of the children is 4-18 years old. All volunteers receive training and background checks. Special care is be taken to match up children and mentors to ensure establishment of a positive relationship for a minimum of 12 months. For the first year, MCP will serve 60 children in Marion and Ralls counties. In the second year, MCP will extend to Macon and Randolph counties and serve an additional 60 children. By the third year, MCP will be active in all 8 counties that DCS serves and will add an additional 60 children.
2010 played host to many incredible trainings that the DCS-HS/EHS staff were able to take advantage of: 9 teachers were able to attend the Conference on the Young Years conference in Osage Beach, MO (five of which were sponsored by the MPP program Nuts & Bolts in Macon) 2 staff and 1 parent attended the annual NHSA (National Head Start Association) Annual Conference 5 staff attended the Region 7 Leadership Conference 3 staff attended the Birth to Three Institute 2 staff attended the Region 7 Directors’ Caucus HS Director and Asst. Director attended the NHSA Leadership Institute 5 staff were trained and certified in CLASS (a monitoring tool) 1 staff and 2 parents attended MHSA Parent Leadership Training HS Director, Sr. Asst. Director and EHS Administrator attended the EHS National Orientation Finance Director and Asst. Director attended the R7HS: Building a Fundable Application training 12 EHS Expansion staff attended the Infant/Toddler CCOT training presented by MOCCRRN 2 EHS Expansion staff attended PITC training 2 staff attended the ―Prevent Child Abuse‖ conference 2 staff and 1 board member attended the ―Dual Language Learners‖ training 16 staff attended the ―Families First‖ conference 3 staff attended the HS Home Base Institute Sr. Asst. Director attended the HS Family Child Care Seminar 3 staff attended the NAEYC Conference HS Director attended the RVII Management Institute
August 2010 Pre-Service Staff were trained in the new ―Creative Curriculum‖
October 2010 Dr. Keith Herman trained all staff on ―Motivational Interviewing‖
2010 Financials (Funding Source)
HEAD START/EARLY HEAD START
Head Start/Early Head Start Budget
2010 Financials (Funding Source)
EARLY HEA START ARRA EXPANSION
Early Head Start ARRA Expansion Budget
2010 Financials (Funding Source)
ARRA COLA/QI Budget
2010 Financials (Funding Source)
Healthy Families Budget
* Note that the Fiscal Year 2010 Audit is scheduled for April of 2011. 29
Other Funding Sources Community Donor’s List (2010)
Missouri Division of Family Services United Way of Mark Twain Area United Way of Randolph County United Fund Buffalo Township Community Fundraisers Refreshment Services-Pepsi Wal-Mart Commerce Bancshares Foundation Commission on Mission and Unity
Total amount from Other Public Funding Sources $35,166. Total amount from Other Private Funding Sources $63,930. For a Total Other Funding Sources Amount of $99,096.
The 2010 DCS Head Start Board Members include:
Bunny Brown-Financial Community Kathy Nicholson-Early Childhood Consultant Mike Marx, Board President-Community Representative Doug Browne-Legal Consultant Corrine Fessenden-Health Consultant Judge Gary Wallace-Legal Advisory Marilyn Shepherd-Health Consultant Keri Cottrell-Education Community Monica Williams-Community Representative Sandy D’Antonio-Community Representative Kris Russell-Small Business Representative James Griggsby, Emeritus Trey Hall-Financial Community Tracy Key-Policy Council Representative Sherry Heimer-Policy Council Representative Ashlee Tran-Policy Council Representative Gail Way-Policy Council Representative
BLEYTHING CAREY CARR DAVIDSON DEAN FLOREA GORDLEY HOUSE JOHNSON JONES MARTIN O'NEAL PEUSTER PRIEBE PUTNAM SAXBURY SCOTT SHADE SHANNON TURNAGE UKELE WILSON ZINNER LINDA DEBORAH FAITH JULIA GAYLE PHYLLIS LISA JENNIFER CYNTHIA NANCEE KIMBER DONNA CHESNEY AMBER JILL MALENA JULIE D. JEANNIE MICHELLE STEPHANIE PAMELA BETH DONNA
LEWIS COUNTY HS & EHS
CLEETON LAHR RATHBURN REICHERT ROSENCRANS SEARSON VICKY DIANE SHARON VICKI MARY ADRIAN (HS) (HS) HS) (HS) (HS) (EHS)
CLOW HENRY KROENCKE MALLOY TYLER WISEMAN ELAINE LETICIA PEGGY KATIE MARGARETTA MARTI JO
LOUISIANA HS & EHS
BROWN HUDSON KUNTZ LEWIS NIFFEN SMITH WALSTON WILSON CLEETON FREELS SHIMIZU DENISE KELLY PATSY WILLA KIMBERLY AMY LISA MELISSA JUNE TINA LORI (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (EHS) (EHS) (EHS)
BATCHELOR CAFER DUNN EPPERSON O'NEAL LORA MARIA ROSE MARY KATIE
ANDERSON MORRIS STEVENSON WILSON MARLYS SHELLY JEANNA ALANE
CLEAVER DANNER DAWSON FARRIS HAWKINS KIRCHER KIRKS MCCOLLUM REED WILLIS WRAY ELIZABETH PENNY JENNIFER CHRISTY STEPHANIE REBECCA DANA ANGEL STEFANIE SARAH DONNA
BROWN CAPP COMBS JONES MARTIN RANEY SULLIVAN MARY ANNA CYNTHIA KIM ANNE TEAL MEGAN
BOWLING GREEN HS & EHS
FLEETWOOD KRAICHELY RAMSEY SUDDARTH THOMAS DERR WILSON JESSICA KELLY SELENA JANET LISA ANGELINE MELISSA (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (EHS) (EHS)
ANDERSON BENNETT CATES GROVE HARVEY KERR MAZIARKA MEYER OHNEMUS RICHARDS SCHOENBORN SHOEMAKER SMITH WILBURN WILSON CHRISTINA CHRISTINA TINA TRACY RACHEL ELISABETH NICOLE EVA ALLISON MINDY CARLA DAWN JENNIFER PAULLA OLA GAIL
MOBERLY HS & EHS HANNIBAL
CATTANI ESPOSITO FARTHING FITZPATRICK GRIFFITH HOLLEY HULL MCCLUSKIE NEWLON NOVOTNY RICE STENDEBACH STEPHENS VOEPEL WILKERSON WOLFMEYER YAGER BARBARA LAURA ANDREA SUSIE ELIZABETH CHERYL MELISSA KELLY M. KATHY CONNIE HEATHER ENID MISTY COURTNEY ALYSSA CAROLINE C. DEDE CHALOUPKA CRAVENS DOUGLAS FERGUSON GREEN MCNEELY REED REEDER ROBINSON ROGERS STUART YOUNG BOSS PAGLIAI RAGSDALE SEITZ LISA CONNIE KIMBERLY VELMA PATRICIA TAMMY MELINDA CHASITY JAMELLE CRYSTAL BRANDI KIMBERLY SUSAN ASHLEY P. DEE BREANNA (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (HS) (EHS) (EHS) (EHS) (EHS)
HEALTHY FAMILES & MCP
DAVIS LAWRENCE WHITE GARKIE JOHNSON RICHARDS ERICA ALAINA APRIL BONNIE LAURIE LIZ (HMIP) (HMIP) (HMIP) (MCP) (MCP)
DODD GOSNEY JONES MCMULLEN KIMBERLY SAMANTHA LISA MICHELLE
Douglass Community Services
Head Start/Early Head Start
CENTRAL OFFICE CONTACT INFORMATION
711 Grand Avenue Hannibal MO 63401 Phone # 573-221-3892 800-530-5016 Fax # 573-221-6196 Website: www.douglassonline.org
Name: DCS Executive Director Head Start Director HS/EHS Administrative Assistant Senior Assistant Director of Program Operations EHS X Administrative Assistant Assistant Director of Information Systems Information Systems Data Clerk Staff Development Specialist Facilities Specialist HS Health/Nutrition Administrator EHS Health/Nutrition Administrator Food Service Data Monitor Community Partnership/Education Specialist Family Outcomes Administrator HS Education/Disabilities Administrator EHS Educations/Disabilities Administrator Education/Mental Health Administrator Permanent Substitute Master Teacher ELMC Substitute Assistant Director of Head Start Special Programs: MCP & HMIP MCP Administrative Assistant MCP Project Specialist HMIP Project Specialist HMIP Project Specialist HMIP Project Specialist
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EARLY HEAD START CENTERS & PARTNERS
Bearhugs & Books Charlene Willis, Owner Clinic Early Head Start Cindy Combs Giggles & Grins Lisa Eisenberg, Owner Johnson-Early Head Start Elisabeth Kerr Louisiana Early Head Start June Cleeton Tiny Treasures Audra, Owner (660-263-4525) PH: 573-324-0505 PH: 573-221-1540 FX: 573-221-4912 PH: 573-215-2120 FX: 573-215-4091 PH: 573-406-5574 FX: 573-406-5578 PH: 573-754-5471 FX: 573-754-6059 PH: 660-263-0888 FX: 660-263-2888 1903 W. Locust Bowling Green 63334 661 Clinic Rd. Hannibal, Mo. 63401 403 Oak St. Lewistown, Mo 63452 2161 Johnson St. Hannibal, Mo. 63401 130 Memorial Drive Louisiana, Mo. 63353 2172 Missouri JJ Moberly, Mo 65270 Charfirstname.lastname@example.org Lisaemail@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Lisaemail@example.com Adrianfirstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Audra-Treasures@missvalley.com Deeemail@example.com
HEAD START CENTERS & PARTNERS
Bowling Green Lisa Thomas Hannibal Kathy Newlon Clinic Cindy Combs Johnson Elisabeth Kerr Lewis Co. Diane Lahr Louisiana June Cleeton Macon Dana Kirks Moberly Tammy McNeely Monroe City Michelle McMullen Palmyra Katie Malloy Ralls County Maria Cafer Shelbina Alane Wilson Veterans MPP Janet Pitzer Learning Center Rebecca Millan Literacy Center Gayla Benedict PH: 573-324-0167 FX: 573-324-0165 PH: 573-231-0754 FX: 573-221-0945 PH: 573-221-1540 FX: 573-221-4912 PH: 573-406-5574 FX: 573-406-5578 PH: 573-655-0550 FX: 573-655-0551 PH: 573-754-5471 FX: 573-754-6059 PH: 660-385-5318 FX: 660-385-5319 PH: 660-263-7421 FX: 660-263-2031 PH: 573-735-3495 FX: 573-735-3445 PH: 573-769-2305 FX: 573-769-6167 PH: 573-985-3500 FX: 573-985-3500 PH: 573-588-2120 FX: 573-588-1012 PH: 573-221-0649 FX: 573-221-1439 PH: 573-324-5153 FX: 573-324-2872 PH: 660-385-2061 FX: 660-385-5893 1903 W. Locust Bowling Green, Mo 63334 firstname.lastname@example.org 218 1 Johnson St. PH2: 573-231-0768 Hannibal, Mo 63401 email@example.com 661 Clinic Road Hannibal, Mo 63401 firstname.lastname@example.org 2161 Johnson St. PH2: 573-406-5568 Hannibal, Mo 63401 email@example.com 114 N. Main LaGrange, Mo 63448 firstname.lastname@example.org 130 Memorial Drive Louisiana, Mo 63353 email@example.com 1307 Maffry Ave Macon, Mo. 63552 firstname.lastname@example.org 707 Sinnock/PO Box 635 Moberly, Mo. 65270 email@example.com 309 Third St. Monroe City, Mo 63456 firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 413/ Fairgrounds Palmyra, Mo 63461 email@example.com 209 Carstarphen Rd New London, Mo 63459 firstname.lastname@example.org 116 Mill St. Shelbina, Mo 63468 email@example.com 790 N. Veterans Rd. Hannibal, Mo 63401 firstname.lastname@example.org PO Box 191/Bus Hwy. 61S Bowling Green, Mo 63334 email@example.com 204 Crescent Dr. firstname.lastname@example.org Macon, Mo 63552