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Head Start/Early Head Start-CCP

Head Start/Early Head Start-CCP

Serving Burnett, Clark, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties

Serving Burnett, Clark, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties

2019 Annual Report

2019 Annual Report

Revenue and Expenses Revenue Early Head Start-CCP

$ 1,398,414

Head Start

$ 4,195,667

Head Start 356 Enrolled Children

Child Care 7

Formal agreements with child care partners

ICAA, INC. CORPORATE OFFICE 1000 College Avenue West Ladysmith, WI

54848

Enrolled children with child care subsidies

715-532-ICAA (4222)

YoungStar Participation

www.indianheacdcaa.org

71

All ICAA Head Start and Early Head Start locations participate in the State Quality Rating Information System (QRIS):

16 locations rated:

Fax: 715-532-3019

Head Start/Early Head Start-CCP

Serving Burnett, Clark, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties 2019 Annual Report

VISION STATEMENT OF ICAA ICAA is the recognized leader for ending poverty and creating sustainable communities through self-sufficiency in Wisconsin’s rural areas.

MISSION STATEMENT OF ICAA

456 Total HS & EHS-CCP Funded Enrollment

54

To assist individuals in achieving self-sufficiency by providing the resources, education and services necessary to develop healthy families, sustainable communities and strong local businesses.

100

Head Start (ages 3-5)

Funded Enrollment

27

54

Children Served Through Statefunded Head Start

MIECHV Funded Enrollment

17% with a Disability Pregnant Women Enrollment

8% Non-English speaking

2% had Veteran/Active Military Parents

Clark

Rusk

Sawyer

Taylor

Washburn

3

County

County

County

County

County

County

Mina Copeland

Dorchester Head Start

Ladysmith Head Start

Hayward Head Start

Medford Head Start

Washburn Co Head Start

134 N 4th St

313 E. 11th St

10814 Beal Ave

624 E College St

851 Northland Dr

715-532-1671

715-532-6642

715-803-2717

715-203-8574

715-532-1605

Neillsville Head Start

Jack n Jills 4k

StarBright Child Care

Little Angels Daycare

Northwood Pinecone Preschool

EHS-CCP

N3902 Shattuck St

N14463 Hwy 53

10773 Minnie Ave

715-748-2746

715-466-2297

715-406-4345 Kid Central EHS-CCP

Early Head Start

24467 St Rd 35

Child Care

715-349-8262

504 E 5th St

115 E 6th St 715-532-5464

715-743-8777

715-634-9091

Partnerships Kiddie Campus

EHS-CCP Rusk

EHS-CCP

Tender Learning Center

N4540 Co Hwy I

611 Menasha Ave

715-532-5559

12137 WI-70 715-463-5044

715-532-5200

Flambeau Head Start

EHS-CCP Rusk Kids First 922 1/2 Lake Ave E 715-532-8085

49% are Two-parent Families

51% are Single-parent Families

Investment By County Served

Little Sprouts Childcare N4584 N 253 Hwy 715-939-1064

Creative Kids Learning Center EHS-CCP 1180 Lampert Dr 715-635-3361

Economic Impact Total ICAA Program Funding All Sources

COUNTY EHS-CCP Washburn

19% Racially Diverse

66% of Children are Transported

Burnett

25182 St Rd 35

ICAA Head Start, Early Head StartChildcare Partnerships and Family Foundations Home Visiting works hard to ensure that children and families facing challenging experiences such as homelessness, incarceration, or deployment have access to ICAA’s quality services.

Early Head Start –Child Care Partnership Enrollment

Head Start & Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Locations

Head Start

Enrollment Snapshot

25% Homeless or in Foster Care

0

100 Enrolled Children

356

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Children and Families Served: By the Numbers

TOTAL FUNDING

FUTURE RETURN ON INVESTMENT

$5,829,555

Burnett

$1,069,866.00

$6,954,129.00

Clark

$1,135,368.00

$7,379,892.00 The National Forum on Early Childhood Policy and

Rusk

$1,495,629.00

Programs has found that high quality early childhood pro-

Sawyer

$633,186.00

$9,721,588.00 grams can yield a $4 – $9 dollar return per $1 invested. $4,115,709.00 The total funding and community support experienced by

Taylor

$447,597.00

$2,909,380.00

Washburn

$1,048,032.00

$6,812,208.00

Total

$5,829,678.00

$37,892,906.00

ICAA HeadStart/Early Head Start-Childcare Partnerships of makes possible future savings of:

$37,892,108!


Head Start/Early Head Start-CCP

Head Start/Early Head Start-CCP

Head Start/Early Head Start-CCP

Serving Burnett, Clark, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties

Serving Burnett, Clark, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties

Serving Burnett, Clark, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, and Washburn Counties

2019 Annual Report

2019 Annual Report

2019 Annual Report

SCHOOL READINESS & EDUCATION :

Health Services

Growth for all age groups

91.6%

Cognition

Approaches to Learning

ICAA Head Start & Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership programs recognize that children’s physical well-being is very important to developing school readiness skills and obtaining educational goals in the future.

85.5%

88.6%

96%

Language & Communication

92.5%

Social & Emotional

92.4% 98%

Perceptual, Motor & Physical Disabilities Services

Curriculum, Assessment & Screening

Early intervention makes a world of difference in children’s learning opportunities.

ICAA Head Start & Early Head Start-Child Care Partnerships uses the Creative Curriculum to fidelity. To assess children’s progress the programs utilizes Teaching Strategies Gold. For initial screening the programs use the ASQ:3 and ASQ:SE.

69 19

Preschool Children with IEP’s

Children with health insurance

Children with a medical home

82.6%

Poverty Support Services TANF

49

SSI

38

WIC

290

SNAP

251

574

251 2 parent; 262 single parent; 16 Grandparent; 21 Foster parents: 25 Single fathers

132

Families that received adult education such as GED or college

Up-to-date on immunizations

Infant & Toddler Part C Services

Diagnosed Primary Disability: Speech/Language

41

Non-categorical/developmental delay

20

Emotional Disturbance

3

Hearing Impairment

2

Specific Learning Disability Traumatic Brain Injury

1 1

85.5%

Children with a dental home

6

Families that received job training

3

Assistance to families of incarcerated individuals

3

Families that received child support assistance

164

84%

Children receiving fol-

low-up medical or dental treatment

With 12 Double Session Classes

Of families received services during the program year for an identified need

Family & Community Partnerships

100%

48 Total Classrooms

110

61

78.5% of ICAA Head Start/Early Head Start-CCP teachers have either a BA, AA or Advanced Degree

Head Start/Early Head Start Workforce

Child Development Staff Qualifications

Knowledgeable, reflective and passionate about helping children grow and develop.

56 Classroom teachers & 35 Assistant teachers

Education level: BA degrees

109 ICAA HS/EHS-CCP employees

44 Contracted staff

886 Volunteers

Families receiving emergency/ crisis intervention for immediate needs such as food, clothing, or shelter

499 Volunteers who are parents

55 Employees that are current or former parents

Families that received housing assistance such as subsidies, utilities, repairs, etc.

21 Employees left during the program year

14 Employees were hired

Families that received parenting education

CDA credential

20, Associate degree 25,

46

10 Family and Community Partnership staff

2 Education Specialist staff

33Infant and toddler teachers

4 Bi-lingual teaching staff

10 Managers/coordinators with 100% with Baccalaureate or advanced degrees

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