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Ce n t ra l Mi sso u ri Co m m u ni t y A c ti o n 807-B North Providence Road Columbia, MO 65203 (Voice) 573-443-8706 • (Fax) 573-875-2689 www.showmeaction.org

May 20, 2010 Dear Board Member: I’m looking forward to seeing you at our meeting next week. The board is scheduled to meet at 6:00 p.m., Thursday, May 27, at Central Office. Dinner will be served at 5:30. We hope you’ll arrive early and join in a short time of socializing before the meeting begins. As one small step in fulfilling our commitment to develop an innovative, caring agency dedicated to being an influential leader in our communities, Brooke Smith, our Administrative Services Coordinator will be calling to remind board members of the meeting and to gather an RSVP list. If you are unavailable when she calls and receive a voicemail, please take time to respond so we will know your attendance plans. Your attendance at each meeting is valued and important. It’s been very busy at CMCA so we have many updates and much information to share with you. We trust you will make it a high priority to attend the meeting May 27. Please visit the Central Missouri Community Action website to view additional documents. To access the documents, go to http://www.showmeaction.org/board/meetings.html and then click on May 27, 2010. Documents from previous meetings are available by date under Archive at http://www.showmeaction.org/board/meetings.html. Again, I’m looking forward to your presence next Thursday for what should be a very informative and productive meeting. Sincerely,

Darin Preis Executive Director Enclosures

CMCA Mission: To empower individuals and families to achieve self-reliance P:\Administration\Board\Board Mailings\2010 Board Mailing\May 27, 2010\Cover Letter 05-27-10 final.doc


Director’s Report – Darin Preis darin-preis@ShowMeAction.org 573-443-8706 x225 573-864-2281 cell

May 2010 Central Missouri Community Action Strategic Commitments (SC) SC 1. Engage the community to assure that all people have their basic needs met. SC 2. Enhance community capacity to ensure all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities. SC 3. Build community capacity to enhance economic and community assets. SC 4. Build relationships across class and race lines. SC 5.Develop an innovative, caring agency dedicated to being an influential leader in our communities.

As I often do about this time of the month, I’m reflecting on another very fast month. We kicked off Community Action Awareness Month with a press conference in Columbia touting our use of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds, and will wrap it up with our Riding Out Poverty even on May 22. This month we will welcome two new members to the board. Connie Bowman was elected to represent the low-income community in Howard County and Marian Bridges was elected to represent the low-income community in Moniteau County. As I write this, I am looking forward to meeting with potential new recruit, Audrey Johannes, this afternoon to consider her replacing outgoing Mary Winter. I will bring a recommendation to the board at our meeting on May 27. Also, I’d like to ask the board to consider filling a seat vacated by Lina Eddy. Rev. Eddy represented the private sector in Moniteau County. Because of our board makeup, we could seek a private sector replacement from Callaway, Cooper, Moniteau, or Osage Counties. Please think about community members in those counties that might fill a need for our board and are interested in community development. It is always helpful to find members with financial or legal expertise but it is not critical as we currently have that capacity on the board now. Please pay particular attention to the Grant Summary section of your board packet designated by the GREEN divider. We have many grant requests for your consideration and it will be helpful if you have your questions or comments ready to go. If you read this Director’s Report closely you will find mention of “preliminary notification of award” for additional weatherization funding. The award is not official until the public comment period is over but I thought I would point out that this “preliminary” award is for $1.5 million. In addition, we are anticipating an additional award of funds for meeting our performance targets ahead of schedule. All of this reflects on the quality and efficiency of our new Weatherization department. Leah Patrick, Executive Assistant, was in a pretty bad car crash this month. She is okay and will recover fully but she does have some serious injuries that required surgery, a hospital stay, and lengthy recovery time. Several front office staff have stepped up to help out in Leah’s absence and other’s have offered their assistance.


The team at CMCA is always ready to do what is necessary to support each other and the goals of our organization. If you see them, give thanks to Brooke, April and Mollie, and please keep Leah in your thoughts. The Director’s Report for this month can be accessed by clicking on May 27, 2010 at http://www.showmeaction.org/board/meetings.html and all previous reports are available at http://www.showmeaction.org/board/archives.html. COMMUNITY SERVICES CSBG Community Services staff along with the CMCA Coordinating and Leadership teams is working to develop innovative and high impact community and family development services to be implemented in the FY11-13 Community Services Plan. The plan will be submitted to the CSBG unit of the Family Support Division on August 2, 2010. Services and projects to be included in the plan will include the continuation of several community based initiatives (CCRD projects) including Circles, Step up to Leadership, Poverty Simulations, the Fresh Start housing project Micro Loan development and Community Acton Team (CAT) work within each county. In addition, CMCA staff are exploring new community based initiatives such as Health Literacy. Family Development initiatives such as Family Support, Life Skills classes, Targeted Coaching, VITA, Resource Distribution and CARF (Comprehensive Assessment, referral and follow-up) are expected to continue into the next contract. Because CMCA Board of Directors will not be meeting again until August, we will ask the Executive Committee of the Board to approve the Community Services Plan later this summer and will bring the completed plan to the Board in August. As identified in the CMCA Community Services Plan for FY10, CMCA will be hosting a Regional Poverty Summit on August 10, 2010. The event will be held at the Courtyard Marriott in Columbia. Please mark this date in your calendars and make plans to join us for this exciting event. Boone County will be moving into their new offices at the end of May. Please take some time to stop by 800 Providence in Columbia to check out our new home! We are continuing to explore potential new office space for Cole, Cooper and Howard county Family Resource Centers.

LIHEAP Summer ECIP services will begin June 1, 2010. DEVELOPMENT AND COMMUNICATION A Strategic Communications committee is being formed in order to assist with the identification of key audiences for CMCA’s marketing plan and donor cultivation activities. The committee will help us define which messages are most relevant to each of our communities and help define what tactics would be most effective in reaching those groups.


May is National Community Action Awareness month. We kicked it off with a press conference on ARRA impacts, and have followed up with press releases to keep the information in front of our media partners. Our second annual Riding Out Poverty event has been scheduled for May 22, 2010 in Rocheport, and will serve as the culmination for National Community Action Awareness Month. We have been promoting the event in a number of ways – Bike, Walk, and Wheel Week, Earth Day, Family Fun Festivals, and asking businesses to have our brochures on display.

EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING The Employment and Training staff have been extremely busy trying to get 80 youth enrolled in the Governor’s State Parks Youth Corps program. The worksites in our 8 county area are located in Boone and Cole counties. All of the youth working on the program will receive boots and 2 green tee shirts that say “Think Outside”. The Missouri Family Support Division has submitted a proposal for TANF ARRA funds. If they receive the funds, we will be operating a summer youth program similar to the summer youth program that CMCA operated last summer. We think we would be serving a little over 200 low-income youth, 16 to 24 years of age. We should hear something within the next two weeks. HEAD START For the Head Start portion of the Director’s Report, please refer to the enclosed Head Start Policy Council Report, or access it online at http://www.showmeaction.org/board/meetings.html.


SECTION 8 PROGRAM Section 8 Obligated Units Based on Available Vouchers 500 400 300 200 Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar April May June July Aug Sept Available

31

21

25

33

38

52

54

Outstanding

26

30

21

12

6

2

2

Leased

344 350 355 356 357 347 345

Voucher utilization rate 86% (SEMAP requires >95% of either voucher of fund utilization)

Section 8 Fund Utilization

120

0

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

Mar

Apr

May June July

Aug

Sept

FY 06/07 88.67 85.19 82.32 80.25 85.33 88.61 87.37 87.53 86.22 41.59 78.74 78.15 FY07/08 81.47 82.76 85.86 86.64 89 88.01 81.26 81.15 83.55 81.76 85.65 85.69 FY 08/09

134

101 118.9 110.8 116.7 114.6 73.77 109.4 108.7 108.7 1079 101.8

FY 09/10

110

113

109

108

108

103

109

SEMAP requirement >95% OR >95% voucher utilization


1.

2.

3.

4.

Section 8 Comments Letters have been sent to those on the wait list to determine how many are still interested in remaining on the wait list. After the purge, the number remaining will be reviewed and then we will determine whether or not to recommend the BCPHA board close the wait list. We have now expended all of the HAP reserves (the reserves used for rental payments). HUD has not given us the $63,000 they have awarded to us as of yet. If all things remain the same, and we receive the additional $63,000, we will end the year with approximately $10,439 for reserves. We do anticipate however that we may have additional costs due to the increased utility allowances. The new board held their first meeting and authorized the contract for services with CMCA which will be presented to CMCA’s board at the April meeting The Kansas City HUD office will monitor the program and develop the new corrective action plan for the program. Weatherization Program Wx Homes Completed by County 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 A udrain

Boone

Callaway

Cole

Cooper

PY07

11

50

34

20

8

Howard Moniteau 5

18

Osage

PY08

15

34

31

8

6

10

20

5

PY09 DOE

10

15

18

6

9

7

6

4

PY09A RRA

13

43

27

5

12

9

8

15

1


Wx Homes Completed Total 50 40 30 20 10 0

July

A ug

Sept

Oct

Nov

Dec

Jan

Feb

March

A pril

May

PY07

9

12

16

19

19

11

6

23

10

13

8

June 1

PY08

14

8

8

19

14

7

15

18

12

14

0

0

PY09 DOE

19

6

17

12

4

5

4

3

4

1

PY09ARRA

0

0

0

2

11

15

16

24

29

35

Weatherization Comments We have received preliminary notification of award of additional weatherization funding through the set-aside established by DNR. This will increase projected production by 230 homes. We will not receive official notice of award until after DNR’s public hearing process. Housing Development Transitional Housing – We are still awaiting announcement of the application that was submitted to HUD. In the meantime, we have applied to the Mabee Foundation for the gap funding. The construction documents are completed and ready to go to bid once financing is secured. Additional Housing Rehabilitation – USDA has a housing rehabilitation grant program available for non profits to apply for. The maximum funding per home averages about $5,000. I am proposing we apply for these funds to help rehabilitate additional homes in the Fulton target area. Should we be successful, we can expand the program to other areas. Economic Development Tax Assistance – We were able to significantly increase assistance with the addition of the second financial education coordinator which was funded through ARRA. A grant request is being presented to the board to help to pay for salary of the two financial education coordinators so we can continue the expanded services. The following table shows the increase in the number of returns filed this year.


County Audrain Boone Callaway Cole Cooper Howard Moniteau Osage

2009 12 298 48 52 32 32 27 14

2010 26 319 89 83 46 52 76 34

Micro Lending Program - Progress continues on the development of the micro lending program and an update will be provided to the board.


May 18, 2010

Highlights

HEAD START

Accountability Integrity Reliability

Undercover Testing Finds Fraud and Abuse at Selected Head Start Centers

Highlights of GAO-10-733T, a testimony before the Committee on Education and Labor, House of Representatives

Why GAO Did This Study

What GAO Found

The Head Start program, overseen by the Department of Health and Human Services and administered by the Office of Head Start, provides child development services primarily to low-income families and their children. Federal law allows up to 10 percent of enrolled families to have incomes above 130 percent of the poverty line—GAO refers to them as “overincome.” Families with incomes below 130 percent of the poverty line, or who meet certain other criteria, are referred to as “underincome”. Nearly 1 million children a year participate in Head Start, and the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act provided an additional $2.1 billion in funding.

GAO received allegations of fraud and abuse involving two Head Start nonprofit grantees in the Midwest and Texas. Allegations include manipulating recorded income to make over-income applicants appear underincome, encouraging families to report that they were homeless when they were not, enrolling more than 10 percent of over-income children, and counting children as enrolled in more than one center at a time. GAO confirmed that one grantee operated several centers with more than 10 percent over-income students, and the other grantee manipulated enrollment data to over-report the number of children enrolled. GAO is still investigating the other allegations reported.

GAO received hotline tips alleging fraud and abuse by grantees. In response, GAO investigated the validity of the allegations, conducted undercover tests to determine if other centers were committing fraud, and documented instances where potentially eligible children were put on Head Start wait lists. The investigation of allegations is ongoing. To perform this work, GAO interviewed grantees and a number of informants and reviewed documentation. GAO used fictitious identities and bogus documents for proactive testing of Head Start centers. GAO also interviewed families on wait lists. Results of undercover tests and family interviews cannot be projected to the entire Head Start program. In a corrective action briefing, agency officials agreed to address identified weaknesses. View GAO-10-733T or key components. For more information, contact Gregory Kutz at (202) 512-6722 or kutzg@gao.gov.

Realizing that these fraud schemes could be perpetrated at other Head Start programs, GAO attempted to register fictitious children as part of 15 undercover test scenarios at centers in six states and the District of Columbia. In 8 instances staff at these centers fraudulently misrepresented information, including disregarding part of the families’ income to register over-income children into under-income slots. The undercover tests revealed that 7 Head Start employees lied about applicants’ employment status or misrepresented their earnings. This leaves Head Start at risk that over-income children may be enrolled while legitimate under-income children are put on wait lists. At no point during our registrations was information submitted by GAO’s fictitious parents verified, leaving the program at risk that dishonest persons could falsify earnings statements and other documents in order to qualify. In 7 instances centers did not manipulate information. The table provides details on two of GAO’s successful enrollments. To see selected video clips of GAO enrollments, see http://www.gao.gov/products/gao-10-733T. Fictitious Over-Income Children Successfully Enrolled in Head Start Centers by GAO State NJ

TX

Test Income exceeds poverty guidelines

Case details ! A Head Start associate disregarded over $23,000 worth of income in order to qualify the family as under-income.

Income exceeds poverty guidelines

! A Head Start associate disregarded over $20,000 worth of income in order to qualify the family as under-income.

! The Head Start associate said with regard to the father’s income documentation, “Now you see it, now you don’t.”

! With respect to the income documentation, the associate stated “we see this, but we don’t see this,” explaining that if both parents’ incomes were counted the family would be over-income and on a wait list.

Source: GAO

In addition, GAO found that most of the 550 Head Start centers contacted had wait lists. GAO also found that 2 centers where it enrolled fictitious children later became full and developed wait lists after the fictitious children had been withdrawn. Only 44 centers reported that they had openings. GAO interviewed families on wait lists from other centers and found that many stated that their incomes were at or below the federal poverty level. In some cases, families stated they had experienced some type of domestic violence, or were receiving some type of public assistance, a group automatically eligible for Head Start. GAO did not attempt to verify family statements. United States Government Accountability Office


Central Missouri Community Action Balance Sheet - AGENCY BALANCE SHEET-BOARD As of 4/30/2010

Current Year Assets Cash CASH IN BANK CASH IN BANK-PAYROLL CASH IN BANK -HOUSING CHDO SAVINGS CASH IN BANK- CORPORATE AHAP- TAX CREDIT CMCHDC PROPERTIES CASH ACCT PETTY CASH Total Cash Receivables ACCTS.RECEIVABLE- DUE FROMS ACCOUNTS RECEIVABLE NOTES RECEIVABLE PRE-PAID EXPENSE PRE-PAID COMPUTERS ABRA SOFTWARE ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION-ABRA ACCUMULATED DEPRECIATION-EQUIP ACCUM DEPRECIATION-VEHICLE Other Total Receivables Fixed Assets INVENTORY REAL ESTATE & BUILDING PROPERTY - LAND PROPERTY-RENOVATIONS EQUIPMENT VEHICLES WEATHERIZATION CREW INVENTORY Total Fixed Assets Contra Fixed Assets EQUITY -BUILDINGTotal Contra Fixed Assets Other CMC HDC CREDIT UNION SHARES INVESTMENTS Total Other Total Assets

456,777.68 934,490.92 145,714.71 52,465.03 39,464.71 12,034.87 19,322.21 3,490.00 1,663,760.13 8,242.06 721,120.90 757,386.40 176,044.71 519.33 13,755.00 (13,755.00) (121,158.73) (547,005.21) 5,946.09 1,001,095.55 3,964.41 625,637.28 381,356.48 38,506.00 261,261.35 571,175.40 29,999.91 1,911,900.83 (232,736.96) (232,736.96) 455.59 271,581.27 272,036.86 4,616,056.41

Liabilities Accounts Payable Long Term Payables Total Liabilities

1,421,757.31 603,540.50 2,025,297.81

Net Assets Fund Balance EQUITY-PROPERTY FUND BALANCE RESERVE ACCOUNT Total Fund Balance Excess Revenue/Expenditures (Loss) Total Net Assets

190,811.54 1,340,287.34 753,823.59 2,284,922.47 305,836.13 2,590,758.60

Total Liabilities and Net Assets

4,616,056.41

Date: 5/18/10 11:10:59 AM

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Central Missouri Community Action April-10

Ratio Analysis Liquidity Ratio – Is also referred to as solvency ratios to indicate the ability of the agency to meet financial obligations over the short term.

Current Ratio =

Current Assets divided by Current Liabilities

Compares assets expected to be available as cash within the next year with liabilities that will become due within the next 12 months. This ratio should be 1.21 or higher. Current Assets Total Cash Receivables Investments Total

April 30, 2010 ratio =

1,663,760.13 1,001,095.55 271,581.27 2,936,436.95

Current Liabilities Accounts Payable 1,421,757.31

2.07

Cash Ratio = Cash + Cash equivalents divided by Current Liabilities Relates current liabilities to the agency’s most liquid assets: cash, cash equivalents and short-term investments. This ratio should be .50 or higher. Cash + Cash Equivalents Total Cash $1,663,760.13 Investments $271,581.27 Total $1,935,341.40

April 30, 2010 ratio =

Current Liabilities Accounts Payable

1.36

$ 1,421,757.31


CENTRAL MISSOURI COMMUNITY ACTION Board Report APRIL 30, 2010 Line Item Budgets

Contract Dates

122,172 QI-ARRA (HS & EHS)

07/01/09-09/30/10 09/30/09-09/29/10 07/01/09-06/30/10 04/01/09-03/31/12 07/01/09-06/30/10 04/01/09-09/30/10 10/01/09-09/30/10 11/01/09-09/29/10 TOTAL

$297,260.00 $147,569.00 $1,497,240.74 $3,647,966.00 $147,144.75 $1,287,413.00 $382,729.00 $1,688,040.00 $9,095,362.49

$151,738.57 $91,981.01 $993,208.10 $902,154.25 $65,468.97 $660,531.79 $166,304.62 $547,970.17 $3,579,357.48

$145,521.43 $55,587.99 $504,032.64 $2,745,811.75 $81,675.78 $626,881.21 $216,424.38 $1,140,069.83 $5,516,005.01

66.66% 58.33% 83.33% 36.11% 83.33% 72.22% 58.33% 54.54%

51.05% 62.33% 66.34% 24.73% 44.49% 51.31% 43.45% 32.46%

09/30/09-09/29/10

$26,937.00

$0.00

$26,937.00

58.33%

0.00%

Program Code

91,92 HS EXPANSION

WIA-ARRA (Adult & Dislocated Workers, Youth) 140,141 WX-ARRA 34 COMMUNITY WORK SUPPORT 110 CSBG-ARRA 106,107,108 HPRP 96,97 EHS EXPANSION

HS EXPANSION ( Inkind)

Budgeted

YTD Expended

Unexpended

% of Year

% Expended


CENTRAL MISSOURI COMMUNITY ACTION Board Report APRIL 30, 2010 Program Code

Performance Based Programs

10,B,C,S CSBG PHA7 HOUSING - Section 8** 27 STATE CHILD CARE-DFS & PARENTS

Contract Dates 10/01/09-09/30/10 10/01/09-09/30/10 05/01/09-04/30/10 TOTAL

Contract

YTD

YTD

TOTAL BUDGET

Amount

Earned

Expended

REMAINING

$846,468.00 $218,202.84

$442,249.00 $115,330.98

$485,389.15 $130,590.47

% of Year

% of Contract Earned

($43,140.15) ($15,259.49)

58.33% 58.33%

52.25% 52.85%

100.00%

100.00%

$347,764.70

$347,764.70

$339,102.19

$8,662.51

$1,412,435.54

$905,344.68

$955,081.81

($49,737.13)

**Does not reflect direct participant benefits (see below)

Line Item Budgets 12 FAMILY SUPPORT-Mexico United Way

Contract Dates

Budgeted

YTD Expended

Unexpended

% of Year

% Expended

79 LIHEAP

01/01/10-12/31/10 07/01/09-06/30/11 11/01/09-10/31/10 10/01/09-09/30/10

$9,600.00 $506,292.00 $200,822.00 $1,831,958.00

$2,381.56 $399,532.16 $0.00 $1,722,612.75

$7,218.44 $106,759.84 $200,822.00 $109,345.25

33.33% 41.66% 50.00% 58.33%

24.81% 78.91% 0.00% 94.03%

69 DOLLAR MORE

10/01/09-09/30/10

$41,394.19

$27,336.61

$14,057.58

58.33%

66.04%

06 LISC

10/01/09-10/31/10

$22,500.00

$11,593.94

$10,906.06

53.85%

51.53%

20,21,22,24S HEAD START

05/01/09-04/30/10

$3,991,026.00

$3,958,053.80

$32,972.20

100.00%

99.17%

40,41,42 WEATHERIZATION - DOE & 16-AMUE-07-Elec 101,101A,102,102A UE ELECTRIC, UE GAS (WEATHERIZATION)

70,71,72 EARLY HEAD START

05/01/09-04/30/10

$417,741.00

$416,867.00

$874.00

100.00%

99.79%

88 CONNECTING FOR CHILDREN

09/30/09-09/29/10

$483,352.00

$258,900.45

$224,451.55

58.33%

53.56%

89 I CAN

09/30/09-09/29/10

$340,990.00

$284,247.87

$56,742.13

58.33%

83.36%

25 USDA

05/01/09-04/30/10

$281,732.09

$281,732.09

$0.00

100.00%

100.00%

105 EHS STATE

07/01/09-06/30/10

$384,501.00

$256,571.02

$127,929.98

83.33%

66.73%

07/01/09-06/30/10

$1,086,501.08

$786,574.20

$299,926.88

83.33%

72.40%

07/01/09-06/30/10

$640,947.81

$429,879.85

$211,067.96

83.33%

67.07%

07/01/09-06/30/10

$1,650.00

$279.71

$1,370.29

83.33%

16.95%

15 STATE TRANSPORTATION

07/01/09-06/30/10

$5,544.00

$4,272.00

$1,272.00

83.33%

77.06%

14 FOSTER GRANDPARENTS

01/01/10-12/31/10 TOTAL

$358,292.00 $10,604,843.17

$122,538.08 $8,963,373.09

$235,753.92 $1,641,470.08

33.33%

34.20%

09A,09D,09Y WIA-Adult & Dislocated Workers,Youth 07,07A,07B CAREER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM -CAP 08O ONE STOP

83 DEVELOPMENT FUND

10/01/09-09/30/10

$38,500.00

$23,738.99

$14,761.01

58.33%

61.66%

00 ADMINISTRATION (included in above totals)

10/01/09-09/30/10 10/01/09-09/30/10

$1,144,180.00 $1,312,421.00

$653,883.42 $840,739.21

$490,296.58 $471,681.79

58.33% 58.33%

57.15% 64.06%

$13,368,199.71

$10,782,933.10

$2,078,175.75

PHA7 SECTION 8- Participant Benefits

Agency Contract Totals 23 HEAD START NON FEDERAL ( Inkind)

05/01/09-04/30/10

$925,470.00

$727,402.21

$198,067.79

100.00%

78.60%

73 EARLY HEAD START ( Inkind)

05/01/09-04/30/10

$96,172.00

$15,943.10

$80,228.90

100.00%

16.58%

88I CONNECTING FOR CHILDREN (Inkind)

09/30/09-09/29/10

$120,838.00

$52,093.45

$68,744.55

58.33%

43.11%

89I I CAN (Inkind)

09/30/09-09/29/10

$85,248.00

$67,489.76

$17,758.24

58.33%

79.17%

EHS-ST (Inkind) 16 FGP NON FEDERAL (Inkind)

07/01/09-06/30/10 01/01/10-12/31/10

$57,675.15 $78,161.00

$22,454.64 $32,181.88

$35,220.51 $45,979.12

83.33% 33.33%

38.93% 41.17%


Central Missouri Community Action Balance Sheet - AREA DEVELOPMENT HOUSING PROJECTS-BOARD As of 4/30/2010

Woodcrest Village

Prior Devel. Fees

Abbey Orchard

Hanover Gardens

North Central

AHAP

HDC Properties

Rehab Properties

CHAPEL HILL

WEATHE... ROCK

Total

Assets Cash 117,928.87

0.00

0.00

51,643.36

7.09

12,034.87

19,322.21

(17,543.78)

3,187.03

3,187.03

189,766.68

328,963.90

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

6,524.06

0.00

0.00

335,487.96

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

30,000.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

30,000.00

0.00 446,892.77

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 51,643.36

0.00 30,007.09

0.00 12,034.87

0.00 19,322.21

0.00 (11,019.72)

0.00 3,187.03

0.00 3,187.03

0.00 555,254.64

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

1,831.22

0.00

0.00

1,831.22

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 1,831.22

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 1,831.22

446,892.77

0.00

0.00

51,643.36

30,007.09

13,321.79

15,211.10

8,773.47

3,187.03

3,187.03

572,223.64

0.00 446,892.77

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

0.00 51,643.36

0.00 30,007.09

(1,286.92) 12,034.87

4,111.11 19,322.21

(21,624.41) (12,850.94)

0.00 3,187.03

0.00 3,187.03

(18,800.22) 553,423.42

446,892.77

0.00

0.00

51,643.36

30,007.09

12,034.87

19,322.21

(11,019.72)

3,187.03

3,187.03

555,254.64

Receivables Fixed Assets Other Total Assets Liabilities Accounts Payable Long Term Payables Total Liabilities Net Assets Fund Balance Excess Revenue/Expenditures (Loss) Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets


Central Missouri Community Action Statement of Revenues and Expenditures - CMCA -REVENUE AND EXPENSE GROUP REPORT-BOARD From 10/1/2009 Through 4/30/2010

Employment & Training

Community Services

Early Childhood

Foster Grandparents

Weatherization

Housing Development

Area Housing Dev.

Adm/Corporate

1,232,667.16

1,169,228.14

4,627,332.07

202,353.17

1,903,735.75

821,791.82

142,747.13

4,111.11

266,855.89

10,370,822.24

Federal/State In-Kind Local Total Revenue

0.00 0.00 0.00 1,232,667.16

0.00 0.00 17,315.50 1,186,543.64

0.00 89,944.40 91,078.57 4,808,355.04

0.00 3,907.00 240.00 206,500.17

0.00 0.00 0.00 1,903,735.75

4,450.00 0.00 2,000.00 828,241.82

185.72 0.00 1,899.61 144,832.46

0.00 0.00 0.00 4,111.11

0.00 0.00 755,541.25 1,022,397.14

4,635.72 93,851.40 868,074.93 11,337,384.29

Expense Salaries Fringe In-Direct Consultant Travel Space Cost Consumable Supplies

553,241.67 179,306.91 102,576.05 1,481.70 9,797.79 23,632.95 10,068.29

508,477.88 173,521.07 95,481.22 26,291.00 28,137.07 71,749.88 47,091.16

1,991,936.48 699,094.61 376,723.85 28,945.78 57,853.26 328,725.96 523,930.06

46,485.09 15,347.11 8,900.32 0.00 1,538.17 2,877.35 853.34

160,591.51 47,790.06 29,173.42 0.00 40.49 22,012.55 7,291.46

277,967.17 130,547.03 56,117.88 7,586.24 5,373.40 48,379.82 171,799.92

58,460.88 17,697.90 10,662.23 7,373.31 4,409.88 15,321.62 7,853.44

9,655.77 2,375.93 1,684.44 3,561.42 1,514.05 648.43 1,068.34

472,634.94 140,429.66 14,548.54 8,002.25 17,681.05 38,909.80 32,739.01

4,079,451.39 1,406,110.28 695,867.95 83,241.70 126,345.16 552,258.36 802,695.02

Equipment Contractual Participants Other In-Kind Total Expense

2,306.06 0.00 324,314.46 36,318.75 0.00 1,243,044.63

7,181.00 0.00 13,538.84 56,653.65 0.00 1,028,122.77

146,422.00 202,576.77 185,361.92 266,811.72 33,856.79 4,842,239.20

0.00 0.00 134,799.82 5,773.25 3,907.00 220,481.45

0.00 0.00 1,449,762.13 12,733.30 0.00 1,729,394.92

65,429.88 0.00 76,042.03 22,856.66 0.00 862,100.03

0.00 4,125.00 0.00 16,234.81 0.00 142,139.07

0.00 0.00 778.00 1,624.95 0.00 22,911.33

259.67 0.00 129,708.71 86,201.13 0.00 941,114.76

221,598.61 206,701.77 2,314,305.91 505,208.22 37,763.79 11,031,548.16

(10,377.47)

158,420.87

(33,884.16)

(13,981.28)

174,340.83

(33,858.21)

2,693.39

(18,800.22)

81,282.38

305,836.13

Energy

Total

Revenue

Total Revenues (Expenditures)

Date: 5/18/10 11:10:08 AM

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Central Missouri Community Action Balance Sheet - HOUSING DEVELOPMENT BALANCE SHEET-BOARD As of 4/30/2010

Vandalia Housing

Columbia Affordable Housing

CMCA Real Estate

Warnhoff Subdivision

CHDO

Fulton Affordable Housing

Section 8

Columbia Oaks Centralia

Total

Assets Cash (135,483.56)

31,982.25

(2,341.29)

(2,987.51)

52,472.13

(1,931.82)

121,702.20

(14,429.68)

48,982.72

15,200.00

84,976.48

0.00

0.00

308,395.32

27,832.18

5,601.56

13,044.19

455,049.73

85,460.55

13,367.92

625,506.00

0.00

80,082.49

10,000.00

0.00

0.00

814,416.96

0.00

0.00

(102,148.16)

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

(102,148.16)

0.00 (34,823.01)

0.00 130,326.65

0.00 521,016.55

0.00 (2,987.51)

0.00 440,949.94

0.00 35,900.36

45,570.97 172,874.73

0.00 (1,385.49)

45,570.97 1,261,872.22

0.00

973.00

969.19

0.00

7,981.28

0.00

44,299.95

113.09

54,336.51

57,868.11 57,868.11

0.00 973.00

545,672.39 546,641.58

0.00 0.00

0.00 7,981.28

0.00 0.00

0.00 44,299.95

0.00 113.09

603,540.50 657,877.01

(89,577.60)

121,890.93

(22,159.62)

(2,987.51)

431,019.05

36,093.77

128,019.83

(997.03)

601,301.82

(3,113.52) (92,691.12)

7,462.72 129,353.65

(3,465.41) (25,625.03)

0.00 (2,987.51)

1,949.61 432,968.66

(193.41) 35,900.36

554.95 128,574.78

(501.55) (1,498.58)

2,693.39 603,995.21

(34,823.01)

130,326.65

521,016.55

(2,987.51)

440,949.94

35,900.36

172,874.73

(1,385.49)

1,261,872.22

Receivables Fixed Assets Contra Fixed Assets Other Total Assets Liabilities Accounts Payable Long Term Payables Total Liabilities Net Assets Fund Balance Excess Revenue/Expendi... (Loss) Total Net Assets Total Liabilities and Net Assets


Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board

Department(s)

Staff person submitting

May 20, 2010 – PC May 27, 2010 - BD

Head Start and Early Head Start

Mernell T. King, ECP Director

This grant fulfills the following CMCA Strategic Commitment(s): #2 – Enhance Community Capacity to assure all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities #4 - Building relationships across class and race lines Title:

Healthy Marriage Initiative Grant, Connecting for Children

Program operation dates:

September 30, 2010- September 29, 2011

Funding amount:

$483,352

Staffing levels: Funding Source:

3 current, up to 5 total DHHS/ACF/OHS/HMI

Target Population:

Head Start eligible families residing in our service areas Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Cole, Cooper, Howard, Moniteau, and Osage

Counties of Operation: Expected number of participants/clients:

Expected number of units delivered is 496

Summary of Program:

This is a voluntary program for Head Start eligible parents who are single or in a non-violent relationship. Parents will receive various communication trainings designed to teach skills regarding how to talk with your partner, co-parent or the person you are starting a relationship with. These skills will aid parents in giving their children a better example of how families can communicate and solve problems.

Expected Outcomes:

This program is designed to assist Head Start eligible families develop and strengthen positive adult relationships leading to building strong, healthy families and children

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Head Start, Early Head Start, and all CMCA programs MCADSV, MediaCom, The Shelter, Lutheran Family & Child Services, University of Missouri Extension, Rainbow House, First Chance for Children, Lumina Child & Family Counseling, LLC, Missouri Child Care Resource and Referral Network

Community partners involved:

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board

Department(s)

Staff person submitting

May 28, 2010

Economic Development

Dianna Moore

Title:

Micro Lending Program

Strategic Commitment: Program operation dates:

# 3 – Build community capacity to enhance community and economic assets Fall 2010

Funding amount:

Approximately $250,000

Staffing levels:

Existing staff

Funding Source:

US Department of Agriculture – Rural Development – RBEG, RBOG, and micro loan program

Target Population:

Individuals wanting to start their own businesses

Counties of Operation:

All counties (USDA funds cannot be used in the city of Columbia)

Expected number of participants/clients:

10-20

Summary of Program:

The RBOG program provides technical assistance funds for the training of individuals and operations of a micro enterprise program.

Comment [MSOffice1]: two or three paragraphs describing what you will do

The RBEG program provides funding for the establishment of a revolving loan pool. USDA will also be providing funds for a new micro enterprise program the parameters of which have not been determined – however it is anticipated that this may become available prior to the next board meeting.

Expected Outcomes:

10-20 new businesses will be established.

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Financial education and coordination with other services.

Community partners involved:

Comment [MSOffice2]: what participants will accomplish during/as a result of participation

Comment [MSOffice3]: This section should get you thinking about integration, how your program can integrate or collaborate with other agency services.

USDA, University of Missouri extension, banks, Small Business Development Centers

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board

Department(s)

Staff person submitting

May 28, 2010

Economic Development

Dianna Moore

Title:

Micro Lending Program

Strategic Commitment: Program operation dates:

# 3 – Build community capacity to enhance community and economic assets Fall 2010

Funding amount:

Approximately $250,000

Staffing levels:

Existing staff

Funding Source:

US Department of Agriculture – Rural Development – RBEG, RBOG, and micro loan program

Target Population:

Individuals wanting to start their own businesses

Counties of Operation:

All counties (USDA funds cannot be used in the city of Columbia)

Expected number of participants/clients:

10-20

Summary of Program:

The RBOG program provides technical assistance funds for the training of individuals and operations of a micro enterprise program.

Comment [MSOffice1]: two or three paragraphs describing what you will do

The RBEG program provides funding for the establishment of a revolving loan pool. USDA will also be providing funds for a new micro enterprise program the parameters of which have not been determined – however it is anticipated that this may become available prior to the next board meeting.

Expected Outcomes:

10-20 new businesses will be established.

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Financial education and coordination with other services.

Community partners involved:

Comment [MSOffice2]: what participants will accomplish during/as a result of participation

Comment [MSOffice3]: This section should get you thinking about integration, how your program can integrate or collaborate with other agency services.

USDA, University of Missouri extension, banks, Small Business Development Centers

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board 5/27/2010

Department(s) Head Start

Staff person submitting Trina Almond

*NOTE: Grant Summary Sheet should include the strategic commitments it fulfills. Please delete this instruction note and list only the strategic commitments that apply. This grant fulfills the following CMCA Strategic Commitment(s): 3) Enhance community capacity to assure that all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities. Title:

REAL Dads

Program operation dates:

July 2010 – June 2011

Funding amount:

$2,500

Staffing levels:

Current staffing levels

Funding Source:

Children’s Trust Fund – License Plate Marketing

Target Population:

Head Start fathers

Counties of Operation:

All

Expected number of participants/clients: Summary of Program:

30

Expected Outcomes:

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Central Missouri Community Action Head Start’s REAL (Responsible, Engaged, and Loving) Dads program will provide fathers, or fatherfigures, the opportunity to learn and grown in their roles as primary educators and nurturers of their children through bi-monthly group training events. The goals of our REAL Dads program are to: create a support group for fathers, promote positive identity for participants as men and fathers; enable fathers to see the importance of accepting responsibility for their children; increase participants’ parenting skills; and increase participants’ abilities to become self-sufficient by beginning to take control of their lives with the encouragement of peers and supportive mentors. Through this empowering and supportive model, men will be provided with information, support, and will be allowed to practice skills for positive parenting and quality family life, minimizing the likelihood of child abuse and/or neglect. None

Community partners involved:

None

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board

Department(s)

Staff person submitting

May 27, 2010

Economic Development

Dianna Moore

Title:

USDA Section 533 Housing Preservation Grant

Strategic Commitment: Program operation dates:

# 3 – Build community capacity to enhance community and economic assets Fall 2010

Funding amount:

$50,000

Staffing levels:

Existing staff

Funding Source:

US Department of Agriculture

Target Population:

Single families in need of safe, decent and sanitary housing

Counties of Operation:

Callaway

Expected number of participants/clients:

6-8 homeowners

Summary of Program:

Funds will be used to rehabilitate homes for low income homeowners. The funds will be matched with weatherization funding to address issues that weatherization cannot. This will provide housing rehabilitation for additional homes in the HERO target area.

Comment [MSOffice1]: two or three paragraphs describing what you will do

Expected Outcomes:

Six to eight homes will be rehabilitated and families will be living in decent sanitary homes.

Comment [MSOffice2]: what participants will accomplish during/as a result of participation

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Weatherization

Community partners involved:

Comment [MSOffice3]: This section should get you thinking about integration, how your program can integrate or collaborate with other agency services.

City of Fulton, USDA

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board

Department(s)

Staff person submitting

April 22, 2010

Economic Development

Dianna Moore

Title:

USDA Section 533 Housing Preservation Grant

Strategic Commitment: Program operation dates:

# 3 – Build community capacity to enhance community and economic assets Fall 2010

Funding amount:

$50,000

Staffing levels:

Existing staff

Funding Source:

US Department of Agriculture

Target Population:

Single families in need of safe, decent and sanitary housing

Counties of Operation:

Callaway

Expected number of participants/clients:

6-8 homeowners

Summary of Program:

Funds will be used to rehabilitate homes for low income homeowners. The funds will be matched with weatherization funding to address issues that weatherization cannot. This will provide housing rehabilitation for additional homes in the HERO target area.

Comment [MSOffice1]: two or three paragraphs describing what you will do

Expected Outcomes:

Six to eight homes will be rehabilitated and families will be living in decent sanitary homes.

Comment [MSOffice2]: what participants will accomplish during/as a result of participation

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Weatherization

Community partners involved:

Comment [MSOffice3]: This section should get you thinking about integration, how your program can integrate or collaborate with other agency services.

City of Fulton, USDA

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board

Department(s)

Staff person submitting

May 28, 2010

Economic Development

Dianna Moore

Title:

VITA Assistance Grant Program

Strategic Commitment: Program operation dates:

# 3 – Build community capacity to enhance community and economic assets Fall 2010

Funding amount:

$50,000

Staffing levels:

Existing staff

Funding Source:

Internal Revenue Service

Target Population:

Low income clients who are in need of tax service

Counties of Operation:

All eight counties

Expected number of participants/clients:

600 clients

Summary of Program:

Program is to enable the VITA program to extend services to underserved populations in hardest to reach areas, increase capacity to file returns electronically, heighten quality control, enhance volunteer training and improve accuracy of returns

Comment [MSOffice1]: two or three paragraphs describing what you will do

Expected Outcomes:

Expansion of the VITA program in our counties.

Comment [MSOffice2]: what participants will accomplish during/as a result of participation

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

All programs will receive information for distribution, close coordination to provide services to our Head Start and other families

Community partners involved:

University of Missouri

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board 5/27/2010

Department(s) CSBG

Staff person submitting Trina Almond

*NOTE: Grant Summary Sheet should include the strategic commitments it fulfills. Please delete this instruction note and list only the strategic commitments that apply. This grant fulfills the following CMCA Strategic Commitment(s): 3) Enhance community capacity to assure that all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities. Title:

Volunteer Coordination

Program operation dates:

October 2010 – September 2011

Funding amount:

$35,000

Staffing levels:

Current staffing levels

Funding Source:

HRJ Consulting

Target Population:

Local community members and organizations.

Counties of Operation:

All

Expected number of participants/clients: Summary of Program:

300+

Expected Outcomes:

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Fulfill CMCA’s Strategic Commitment to recognize volunteers as one of the agency’s most valuable assets by enhancing volunteer support both internally and externally through the development of partnerships for volunteer projects with other community organizations and business groups. Each of eight counties will efficiently work directly with volunteers across programs in a streamlined and efficient way providing benefit to both CMCA and community volunteers through the development of tools like the Volunteer Management Handbook, recruitment materials, and recognition strategies. Benefits for the development of a more efficient volunteer program include an increased volunteer base for CMCA and community projects, thus increasing capacity to accomplish agency goals through volunteer support, and establishment of CMCA as a leader in community collaboration. This project will support all agency programs and functions.

Community partners involved:

None

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board 5/27/2010

Department(s) CSBG

Staff person submitting Trina Almond

*NOTE: Grant Summary Sheet should include the strategic commitments it fulfills. Please delete this instruction note and list only the strategic commitments that apply. This grant fulfills the following CMCA Strategic Commitment(s): 5) Develop an innovative, caring agency dedicated to being an influential leader in our communities. Title:

Family Development Credentialing

Program operation dates:

July 2010 – June 2011

Funding amount:

$5,000

Staffing levels:

Current staffing levels

Funding Source:

Children’s Trust Fund – Discretionary Grant

Target Population:

Human Service Professionals

Counties of Operation:

All

Expected number of participants/clients: Summary of Program:

10

Expected Outcomes:

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

CMCA is a host agency for the Family Development Credential program in partnership with the University of Missouri-Kansas City. By implementing this program, services are to be delivered utilizing a family support approach where agency staff is equipped to empower families by developing relationships of trust and facilitating achievement of the family’s goals through a systematic process of goal-setting and ongoing evaluation. 10 professionals with be certified in the principles of Family Development. As a result, reciprocal relationships are developed between the participant and the professional delivering human services. This strengths-based approach will enhance achievement of self-sufficiency. Integrated professional development opportunity.

Community partners involved:

Certification is available to other human service providers by application.

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Central!Missouri!Community!Action! Grant!Summary!Sheet! ! Date!presented!to!board!

Department(s)

Staff!person!submitting!

5"27"2010! Head!Start!! Melissa!A.!Chambers! ! This!Grant!falls!under!all!4!CMCA!Strategic!Commitments:! 1. Engage!the!community!to!assure!that!all!people!have!their!basic!needs!met! 2. Enhance!community!capacity!to!assure!all!individuals!have!lifelong!learning! opportunities;! 3. Build!community!capacity!to!enhance!economic!and!community!assets! 4. Build!!relationships!across!class!and!race!lines! Title:! Early!Head!Start!Continuation!Grant"!Year!2! Program!operation!dates:! 10"1"2010!through!09"31"2011! $1,358,4593.00!Operating! Funding!amount:! $67,925.00!Training!and!Technical!Assistance! Staffing!levels:! 25!! Funding!Source:! DHHS"!ACF"!Office!of!Head!Start! Target!Population:! Early!Head!Start!Eligible!Children!and!Families! Counties!of!Operation:! All!8!Counties!! Expected!number!of! !124!expectant!families,!infants/toddlers!and!their!families! participants/clients:! Provide!intensive!comprehensive!early!childhood!services,!in! Summary!of!Program:!! accordance!with!our!current!service!delivery!model.!!

Expected!Outcomes:!!

Collaboration!with!other! CMCA!programs:!! Community!partners! involved:! !

! CMCA!will!enhance!children’s!physical,!social,!emotional,!and! intellectual!development! ! CMCA!will!support!parent’s!efforts!to!fulfill!their!parental!roles! ! CMCA!will!help!families!move!toward!self"sufficiency! ! CMCA!will!impact!its!community! ! CMCA!will!support!economic!recovery! All!other!CMCA!Programs!will!be!a!part!of!project!as!it!relates!to! recruitment!of!families!!and!provision!of!supports!and!services!that! the!agency!provides!to!families! ! Cole!County!United!Way!Early!Childhood!Advisory!Committee! ! Lincoln!University! ! Jefferson!City!Day!Care!Center! ! Community!R"6!School!District! ! Osage!R"1!School!District!


Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board May 29, 2010

Department(s) Head Start

Staff person submitting Beth Vossler

This Grant falls under all 5 of CMCA Strategic Commitments: Engage the community to assure that all people have their basic needs met Enhance community capacity to assure all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities 3) Build community capacity to enhance economic and community assets 4) Build relationships across class and race lines 5) Develop an innovative, caring agency dedicated to being an influential leader in our communities 1) 2)

Title:

Glasgow Head Start Expansion 2010

Program operation dates:

Funding Source:

Budget period of 10-1-10 through 9-30-11 Center Operation of August-May $139,807 for program operations $2,796 for T/TA 5 total: 3 classroom staff 2 Manager (one split between Glasgow Head Start and Howard County Head Start) plus a small percent of the Director of Head Start Operations. DHHS- ACF- Office of Head Start

Target Population:

Head Start Eligible Children and Families

Counties of Operation:

Howard-Glasgow

Expected number of participants/clients:

Funded enrollment of 17 children for Glasgow Head Start

Summary of Program:

!

Provide comprehensive HS services in the CMCA Head Start Service Area of Howard County-Glasgow

Expected Outcomes:

!

Children are ready for kindergarten through a high quality comprehensive early childhood program

!

Support families with needs and goals

Funding amount: Staffing levels:

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Community partners involved:

All other CMCA Programs will be a part of project as it relates to recruitment of families and provision of supports and services that the agency provides to families Community Partners will Include: ! CMCA Head Start’s HSAC !

CMCA Head Start’s Social Services Advisory Committee

!

Central Methodist University - Fayette

!

Glasgow Public Schools to include PAT


Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board 5/20/2010 To PC 5/27/2010 To BD

Department(s) Head Start

Staff person submitting Mernell T. King

This Grant Falls Under 2 CMCA Strategic Commitments: 1) enhancing community capacity to ensure all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities; 2) building relationships across class and race lines Title: Program operation dates: Funding amount: Staffing levels: Funding Source: Target Population: Counties of Operation: Expected number of participants/clients: Summary of Program:

Innovation and Improvement Grant (IIP) – I CAN…Help My Child Stay Healthy September 2010 – September 2011 $349,990 4 Staff members: Director,1 Administrative Assistant, and Interpreting Services Specialist DHHS- ACF- Office of Head Start Missouri Head Start Grantees and Grantees from western United States N/A – Except local program will operate as a Missouri Grantee under this project 2,300 families from western United States CMCA Head Start, in collaboration with the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute (HCI) is committed to improving the health of underserved populations. One of their principal projects, the UCLA HCI’s health literacy training program, is devoted to improving the health literacy of parents whose children are enrolled in the Head Start Program. Research has shown that parents with low health literacy often take their children to the emergency room or a medical clinic at the first sign of illness, contributing to an overstressed health care system and missed time at school and work (resulting in unnecessary costs). Parents of children enrolled in the Head Start Program are at particular risk. The UCLA HCI provides Head Start agencies with the tools and resources to lead effective health care training programs for Head Start parents. Our novel program trains parents to become better informed about their children’s health and to develop the skills to treat ordinary illnesses, such as fever, cold, or cough, at home. We are also currently creating training modules to address nutrition / obesity / physical activity and oral health for this same population. From 2001-2005, the Health Care Institute (HCI) has trained 9,240 parents in 35 states – impacting nearly 20,000 children. Since then, an additional 10,000 parents from Kansas and New Mexico have experienced the benefits of the UCLA HCI low literacy healthcare training program. Starting in 2008 and going through 2010, an additional 6,800 families in the State of Washington will receive the training. Since its inception, UCLA HCI has positively impacted thousands of people; children and Revision 3/17/2006


families are healthier and are leading more productive lives. Proposed Intervention Central Missouri Community Action, Inc. (CMCA) proposes to partner with the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute (UCLA HCI) in the continued implementation of a health literacy innovation and improvement project that will serve 2,300 lowincome, Medicaid-eligible families, enrolled in the Head Start Program, over the course of a 1-year project period. Using a Train-the-Trainer model, grantee staff member “teams” will be trained to teach basic health care knowledge and skills, presented at a low literacy level, to the families enrolled in the program. CMCA will be the administrative and fiscal agent for this project and the HCI at UCLA will be the principal subcontractor for the project. The project collaborators (CMCA and HCI) will be responsible for the following:

Expected Outcomes:

!

UCLA HCI will provide (1) Train-the-Trainer session for identified trainers of West Coast Head Start programs.. The “trainers” will be trained to use the methodologies and implementation strategies of the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute’s health literacy training program. Research-based materials provided by the HCI at UCLA will include trainer manuals, resource guides and other materials. The low-literacy training resource of the HCI, “What to Do When Your Child is Sick” will also be provided.

!

UCLA I will provide all materials needed for Head Start training teams to train families using the HCI methodologies.

!

UCLA will maintain a data base for use by programs to document processes and outcomes of the implementation, including individual-level data on program participants. UCLA HCI will provide online data entry access for staff of CMCA to facilitate data collection.

!

UCLA will provide reports and data analysis as required by the IIP grant

!

CMCA will provide administrative support for the project

!

CMCA will attend at least 3 trainings of programs selected for inclusion in the project

!

CMCA will provide incentives to program participants consistent with the methodologies of the Health Care Institute (HCI) - $30/family member trained, book and bag

!

I Can Administrative Asst. will provide assistance and training to HS programs participating in the I CAN project

The goals of the Health Literacy Demonstration Project are: !

To provide training and information to participating Head Start agencies to successfully implement healthcare literacy training programs for their families

!

To enable Head Start parents to become better caregivers to their children by improving the parent’s healthcare knowledge and skills

!

To empower parents in their decision making for the Revision 3/17/2006


healthcare needs of their children

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Community partners involved:

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To enhance the self esteem and confidence of the parents in meeting their parental objectives

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Train 23 Head Start training teams from the West Coast who will train 2,300 Head Start families in the I CAN project

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Find funding for sustaining the program into future years.

N/A in Year 3 Community Partners will Include: ! Missouri Head Start State Collaboration Office and State Collaboration Offices from Western US !

UCLA – Health Care Institute

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Johnson and Johnson

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AETNA – Medicaid Data Assessment Project

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Local businesses from around the country and in Missouri to provide incentives for the project and provide support

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Local media to share the successes of the program (print and other media)

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Office of Head Start- ECKLC

Revision 3/17/2006


NOTICE OF MEETING    Notice is hereby given that the CMCA Head Start Policy Council will conduct its next regular meeting on Thursday, May 20, 2010 at  Central Missouri Community Action Central Office, Large Conference Room, at 807‐B North Providence Road, Columbia, MO 65203. 

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TENTATIVE AGENDA    

COMMITTEE MEETINGS  (6:00 pm – 6:30 pm)  I. II. III.

Grants/Budget By‐Laws  Personnel & Community Complaints  POLICY COUNCIL MEETING  (6:30 pm or immediately following the Committee Meetings) 

I. II.

III. IV. V. VI. VII.

VIII. IX.

Call to Order  A. Seating of New Members and Roll Call  Action Items  A. Approval of May Agenda  B. Approval of April Policy Council Minutes  C. Human Resources Report  D. Budget Report—Anita Sanderson  E. Quality Assurance, Enrollment and Attendance Reports  Director’s Report  Program Instruction (PI) and Information Memorandum (IM)—what’s new?  A. IM:  Updated Multicultural Principles  Report From Sites  Old Business  New Business    A. Approve I Can Grant (Year 3)  B. CFC Grant (Year 4)  C. HS Expansion Grant (Year 2)  D. EHS Expansion Grant (Year 2)  Business from the Floor  Adjournment 

  CMCA is committed to equal opportunity.  If you are disabled and need an accommodation such as an interpreter for the hearing‐ impaired, please contact our office.  A three‐day notice is required for scheduling.  Representatives of the news media may obtain  copies of this notice by contacting:  Nicole Meyer  CMCA, 807B N. Providence Road, Columbia, MO 65203  Phone: (573) 443‐8706   ext. 237, TTY: (800) 735‐2966 


CENTRAL MISSOURI COMMUNITY ACTION HEAD START Policy Council Meeting April 15, 2010 Policy Council Members Present Mick Beyers Cassandra Wren Kristal Charles Tamara Sutton

Rosa Stone Jamie Leeling Lisa Thomeczek

Policy Council Members Absent Ashley Bagby Marie Anderson Clarice Johnson Kelly Marietta Lori Bernicky Debby Mehmert

Nygia Edwards Chrisma Edward Heather Early Deann Gould Julie Kinneman Jamie Wolf

Staff Present at Policy Council Meeting Elizabeth Culbertson Beth Vossler Anita Sanderson Mernell King

Others Present Roger Sutton

COMMITTEE MEETINGS    I.

Personnel & Community Complaints—Mernell King  A. Personnel Report and Employment Listing  1. No terminations  2. We  did  have  some  new  hires  that  are  approved  by  the  Policy  Council  Executive  Committee.    When  we  are  polling  we  do  not  give  out  names  of  new  hires  or  any  personal confidential information.  We give basic information on their experience and  the position and site we wish to hire. 

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II.

3. Employment opportunities  are  found  on  our  website:    www.showmeaction.org.   These change daily.  Please, encourage friends or family with enough experience for a  position to apply.  Grants/Budget—Anita Sanderson  A. Head Start  1. We are in the last month of the fiscal year.  In March, we spent $390,365.  The total  budget for the year was $3,991,026 of which we have $423,135 left to spend.  Over  all  eleven  months  we  have  spent  $3,567,890.    We  are  over  budget  for  March  by  $56,164.  2. Finance budgets one year in advance.  As long as we watch the bottom dollar we  will come out great.  We are able to move money around to different programs if  necessary.  Money budgeted for T & TA and Equipment must be spent under these  categories.  This money cannot be moved.  3. Kristal Charles questioned the zero balance under Head Start T & TA.  If we need  to schedule training for April we can use money in other programs or the money  under “Other”.  If we are paying for training in May, we use pre‐pay expenses.  B. Early Head Start  1. We are in the last month of the fiscal year. In March, we spent $39,867. Overall eleven months, we have spent $382,895 within $34.05 of the budgeted amount. Amazing! The total budget for the year was $417,741 in which we have $34,845 left to spend in April. 2. There was concern about the amount of In-kind that we still need. Some In-kind has not been entered. WE received Hallmark donations that will be spread out across our programs. The major difference is Bear Creek was not funded 100% by First Chance this year. We are hopeful. C. Head Start Expansion 1. The fiscal year began October 1, 2009. We spent $12,102 in March. Overall we have spent $79,656 in six months. We budgeted $78,804 for the first six months which we overspent by $852. Supplies and Contractual are overspent because of the start up of the program. The total budget for 12 months is $147,569. D. Early Head Start Expansion 1. The fiscal year began November 1, 2009. EHS Expansion serves 124 children compared to the 40 the EHS serves. So, EHS Expansion is funded four times more money than regular EHS. 2. We spent $101,657 in March. Over the first five months, we spent $386,296 which left us under budget by $296,797. The total budget for 11 months (11/01/09-09/30/10) is 41,688,040. E. QI/ARRA 1. ARRA will come to end. This grant is given for one year only. 2. We spent $20,289 in March. Over nine months, we have spent $147,291 which left us within $9,313 of the budgeted amount of $156,605. The total budget for 15 months is $297,260. F. Early Head Start State 1. The total budget for 12 months is $384,501. We spent $17,697 in March. Over nine months we have spent $211,125 which left us within $77,250 of the budgeted amount of $288,376.

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2. The bulk of the budget will be spent under Contractual. 3. Our child care partners are required to give a portion of their services to EHS as Inkind. G. I Can 1. This is a very manageable budget. We are six months into the fiscal year which began October 1, 2009. We spent $12,448 in March. We have spent $275, 877 over six months. We budgeted $170,495 because Finance does not know when the trainings are held. So, I Can is over budget by $105,382. The total budget for the year is $340,990. 2. In-kind will be covered by UCLA by the end of the budgeted year. H. Healthy Marriage (Connecting For Children) 1. The total budget for the fiscal year is $483,352. We spent $30,882 in March. We spent $217,865 over six months which left us within $23,811 of the budgeted amount. We have $265,486 left to spend in the fiscal year. We are on target. 2. Kristal Charles brought up a question on if we will be able to continue CFC. President Obama’s budget will move money out of Head Start and into research on CFC, strengthening families, Fatherhood, and so on. Mernell King believes that we will be safe for one more year.

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POLICY COUNCIL MEETING  I.

Call to Order—Jamie Leeling called the meeting to order at 7:03 p.m.  A.

Seating of New Members and Roll Call—Beth Vossler  1.

II.

We did not achieve quorum.* 

Action Items  A.

Approval of April Agenda  1. Jamie Leeling moved to approve the April Agenda.  Tamara Sutton  seconded the motion.  The motion carried.* 

B.

Approval of March Policy Council Minutes  1. Lisa Thomeczek moved to approve the March Minutes.  Kristal Charles  seconded the motion.  The motion carried.* 

C.

Human Resources Report  1. Kristal Charles moved to approve the Human Resources Report.   Cassandra Wren seconded the motion.  The motion carried.* 

D.

Budget Report  1. Tamara Sutton moved to approve the Budget Reports.  Mick Beyers  seconded the motion.  The motion carried.*  2.

Credit Card statement dated 3/18/10 was discussed. 

3.

Credit Card statement dated 3/25/10 was discussed. 

4. Kristal Charles moved to approve the Credit Card Statements.  Tamara  Sutton seconded the motion.  The motion carried.* 

E.

Quality Assurance, Enrollment and Attendance Reports—Beth Vossler  1. The Quality Assurance report is an overview of how our program is  doing with work plans, policies, procedures, forms and formats.   

a)

The monitoring emphasis was on Disability Services in March. 

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b) Melissa Chambers and Beth Vossler were discussing number 09  and forgot to fill in the blank.  Those numbers haven’t changed much  since February’s report.  Roughly 74% for Head Start and 100% for  regular Early Head Start.  This percentage may be lower if we are  counting the EHS Expansion employees.  Most have a degree but some  still need to get their CDA’s.  c) 2.

No systems issues as of the time of the report. 

Head Start Enrollment Report 

a) Our funded enrollment number is 552.  On the last day of  March, we were fully enrolled (556).  b)

We have 337 on our waitlist. 

c) WE have met the required 10 percent for Disability.  We are at  10.69%.  3.

Early Head Start Enrollment Report 

a) Our funded enrollment (FE) is 190.  We have 151 (79.47%)  children currently enrolled.  This number includes EHS Expansion  which is just up and running.  Capital has 10 kids and isn’t running yet.   JC Daycare needs a few more kids but they need the second classroom  to be finished.  b) There are 107 on waitlist.  EHS is year round for all eight  counties.  c) We have two counties with Prenatal Families:  Boone and Cole.   We are at 92.86% of enrollment.  4.

Attendance Report 

a) The average daily attendance (ADA) is at 86.16%.  We have met  our goal of being over 85%.  5. Kristal Charles moves to approve the Quality Assurance, Enrollment and  Attendance reports.  Cassandra Wren seconds the motion.  The motion carries.*   

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III.

Director’s Report—Mernell King  A. National News—Ming Wong and Bob Green have won National Father of  the Year Award and National Support Staff Member of the Year Award by the  NHSA (National Head Start Association)!!  Thanks to Bryon White and his team!  B. Thank you to all of you who are helping with the Self­Assessment  Committee!  Elise Hendricker, FDC, who has been helping is leaving us in May.  C.

Important Reminders  1. Dr. Rozario Slack will present to families of our CFC program in Jefferson  City on May 1, 2010.  If interested, speak with our CFC team.  2. The Father’s First Fishing Event will be held at Bass Pro in Columbia on  th June 5 . 

D.

Program Updates  1. We have been meeting with our Disability Service Partners, First Steps.   Children get referred from hospitals, providers and so on.  The more infants  and toddlers were work with, the more connection we need with First Steps.   We had a very productive conference call with all the Missouri First Steps  coordinators.  2. We have 36 public schools within our region.  WE need to have  partnerships with all LEA (Local Education Agencies).  Shows how we will  work with children who have special needs.  Plus, how we will work with  children who are homeless and children who fall through the cracks in the  public school system.  3. We also spoke with all PAT personnel and school administrators.  Dianne  Addison spoke to the group.  We had 30 schools represented! 

E.

Grant Updates  1. We have not received our Continuation Refunding Grant.  We will  probably receive it after we begin the new year.  2. We are waiting on approval on Early Head Start State (year 2).  The fiscal  year would begin July 1, 2010.  3. We are waiting on approval for the Childcare Facility Improvement  Grants‐State. 

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F.

G.

Federal Reporting  1.

ARRA Reports are due quarterly and have been completed. 

2.

I Can and CFC report quarterly and are awaiting Board approval. 

Peer Review Updates  1. We have not received the final report from the Office of Head Start yet.   Mernell and Beth are currently working on the first correspondence with Peer  Review for this year.  2. One of Mernell’s biggest areas of concern is follow‐up for things Peer  Review discovers. 

IV.

New Business  A.

Disability Services Plan   1. Our Work Plans are not seen by Policy Council like policies and  procedures.  This shows how we run our program.  2. This takes all the regulations for Disability Services (1308) and lays out  all the laws for requirements for children in Head Start with a disability.  3. Head Start was the largest integrator of children with disabilities in the  world for 20 years!  4. We look at our DSP annually.  We have Mary Johnson‐Gerard, Ph.D, look  over the DSP to make sure that we are compliant with state laws.  5.

There were a few revisions:   

a)

Some staff titles were changed. 

b)

We changed 10% disabilities on day 1 to mid‐year. 

6. Kristal Charles moves to approve the changes to the Disability Services  Plan.  Tamara Sutton seconded the motion.  The motion carried.* 

B.

Approval of COLA (Cost of Living Adjustment) Grant Application  1. President Obama wrote the COLA into his budget so we are able to keep  the percentage we received in 2009.  We are still required to apply for the  COLA Grant. 

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2.

$55,433 for Head Start and $5,752 for Early Head Start 

3. Kristal Charles moves to approve the COLA Grant Application.  Tamara  Sutton seconded the motion.  The motion carried.* 

V.

Adjournment A. Kristal Charles moves to adjourn.  Tamara Sutton seconded the motion.  The  motion carries. *   

*Phone polling for quorum. Approval made by Heather Early, Lori Bernicky, Brandi Berry-Fulton, Deann Gould, and Debby Mehmert.

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CONFIDENTIAL PERSONNEL REPORT TO THE HEAD START POLICY COUNCIL 05-14-10

CMCA Head Start and Early Head Start New Hires 04-07-10 to Accepted to Date SITE Cooper

HIRE DATE JOB TITLE 04/19/10 CFDA

STATUS Emergency

Degree BS Math

CMCA Head Start and Early Head Start Terminations for 04/07/10 to 05/14/10 SITE

HIRE DATE

JOB TITLE

STATUS

Degree

TERM DATE

Capital ELC WFSC

04/05/10 01/13/10

CFDA – EHS CFDA – EHS

RFT RFT

BS Education BA Psychology

04/26/10 04/28/10

Note: “Annual” positions are defined as positions expected to be active for approximately 9 months of each calendar year. “Regular” positions are defined as positions expected to be active for approximately 12 months of each calendar year. FT = Full-Time. PT = Part Time.


CMCA Employment Listings

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http://www.showmeaction.org/employ/employment.php

CMCA EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES UPDATED 05/11/2010 Position Open Teacher Aide Child & Family Development Advocate

Area Audrain County Moniteau County

Hrs/Wk 25 40

Type In-House/Public In-House/Public

Ann/Reg Regular Annual

App Deadline May 18, 2010 May 30, 2010

Click here to print the employment listings

To apply for a position, mail your application to CMCA, Attn: HR, 807-B N. Providence, Columbia, MO 65203, fax 573-875-2689 or email to HRAssistant@ShowMeAction.org.

Applications must be filled out completely. Applications must be turned in by the closing date in order to be considered for a specific position. If sent by mail, applications are accepted only if the postmark on the envelope meets the above guidelines. Click on the position title to see the job description. Applications can be printed off from our employment link. When applying for a position, please specify the title and location of the position.

Note: “Annual” positions are defined as positions that are expected to be active for approximately 9 months of the calendar year. “Regular” positions are defined as positions that are expected to be active for approximately 12 months of the calendar year.

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Central Missouri Community Action HEAD START Summary Budget Comparison From 4/1/2010 Through 4/30/2010 Account Code

Account Title

Spent this Month

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 12

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 12

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 12 Months

Months

Total Budget

HS FY00 20 130 160 180 200

HEAD START HEAD START - T & TA Travel Supplies Contractual Other

35.00 0.88 0.00 219.30

20,379.99 1,527.17 180.00 29,834.72

Total 20

HEAD START - T & TA

255.18

51,921.88

51,946.00

11,805.64 3,632.50 34,636.06 0.00 0.00 547.21

133,769.85 39,204.37 371,205.00 821.45 567.10 8,163.82

131,269.42 36,541.43 389,298.13 677.00 4,414.00 12,051.00

50,621.41

553,731.59

170,386.35 60,615.03 815.54 13,588.67 220.00 7,495.72 50,981.79

1,794,900.19 632,539.46 16,011.79 167,313.62 141,454.00 21,392.39 548,189.40

304,103.10

3,321,800.85

21 100 110 120 130 160 200 Total 21 22 100 110 130 160 170 180 200 Total 22

HEAD START ADMINISTRATION Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Travel Supplies Other HEAD START ADMINISTRATION HEAD START - PROGRAM Personnel Fringe Benefits Travel Supplies Equipment Contractual Other HEAD START - PROGRAM

19,641.00 386.00 0.00 31,919.00

(738.99) (1,141.17) (180.00) 2,084.28 24.12

(2,500.43) (2,662.94) 18,093.13 (144.45) 3,846.90 3,887.18

19,641.00 386.00 0.00 31,919.00 51,946.00

131,269.42 36,541.43 389,298.13 677.00 4,414.00 12,051.00 574,250.98

20,519.39

1,829,922.04 632,661.98 2,036.00 145,820.00 152,752.00 21,632.00 536,255.00

35,021.85 122.52 (13,975.79) (21,493.62) 11,298.00 239.61 (11,934.40)

1,829,922.04 632,661.98 2,036.00 145,820.00 152,752.00 21,632.00 536,255.00

35,021.85 122.52 (13,975.79) (21,493.62) 11,298.00 239.61 (11,934.40)

3,321,079.02

(721.83)

3,321,079.02

0.00 0.00 0.00 898.77 0.00 8,004.69

3,271.26 870.60 600.28 5,207.21 201.80 20,448.33

Total 24S

HEAD START - HEALTHY SMILES

8,903.46

30,599.48

43,750.00

13,150.52

43,750.00

363,883.15

3,958,053.80

3,991,026.00

32,972.20

3,991,026.00

727,402.21

Additional Head Start In-Kind needed through April 2010:

$

190,470.47

(2,500.43) (2,662.94) 18,093.13 (144.45) 3,846.90 3,887.18

20,519.39

HEAD START - HEALTHY SMILES Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Supplies Contractual Other

In-Kind

24.12

574,250.98

24S 100 110 120 160 180 200

GRAND TOTAL

(738.99) (1,141.17) (180.00) 2,084.28

4,548.54 1,173.59 846.87 5,031.00 2,000.00 30,150.00

1,277.28 302.99 246.59 (176.21) 1,798.20 9,701.67

4,548.54 1,173.59 846.87 5,031.00 2,000.00 30,150.00

925,470.00

(721.83)

1,277.28 302.99 246.59 (176.21) 1,798.20 9,701.67 13,150.52 32,972.20


Central Missouri Community Action EARLY HEAD START Summary Budget Comparison From 4/1/2010 Through 4/30/2010

Account Code

Account Title

Spent this Month

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 12

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 12

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 12 Months

Months

Total Budget

EARLYHS 70 130 160 200

EARLY HEAD START EARLY HEAD START T&TA Travel Supplies Other

0.00 0.00 0.00

2,198.00 7.88 7,177.12

5,485.00 50.00 3,848.00

Total 70

EARLY HEAD START T&TA

0.00

9,383.00

9,383.00

249.45 59.66 3,582.13 0.00 0.00 10.69

2,750.37 698.14 42,985.48 0.00 12.37 128.81

2,527.25 606.10 42,971.00 353.00 185.00 211.00

(223.12) (92.04) (14.48) 353.00 172.63 82.19

2,527.25 606.10 42,971.00 353.00 185.00 211.00

(223.12) (92.04) (14.48) 353.00 172.63 82.19

3,901.93

46,575.17

46,853.35

278.18

46,853.35

278.18

18,319.34 6,061.38 0.00 2,005.77 13,448.00 334.48 2,263.79

215,665.94 80,134.94 31.59 14,091.70 13,448.00 2,493.93 35,042.73

211,860.75 75,355.90 2,912.00 18,707.00 21,569.00 1,400.00 29,700.00

EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM

42,432.76

360,908.83

361,504.65

595.82

361,504.65

595.82

GRAND TOTAL

46,334.69

416,867.00

417,741.00

874.00

417,741.00

874.00

71 100 110 120 130 160 200 Total 71 72 100 110 130 160 170 180 200 Total 72

EARLY HEAD START ADMINISTRATION Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Travel Supplies Other EARLY HEAD START ADMINISTRATION EARLY HEAD START PROGRAM Personnel Fringe Benefits Travel Supplies Equipment Contractual Other

In-Kind Additional EHS In-Kind needed through April 2010:

15,943.10 $

80,019.68

3,287.00 42.12 (3,329.12) 0.00

(3,805.19) (4,779.04) 2,880.41 4,615.30 8,121.00 (1,093.93) (5,342.73)

5,485.00 50.00 3,848.00 9,383.00

211,860.75 75,355.90 2,912.00 18,707.00 21,569.00 1,400.00 29,700.00

96,172.00

3,287.00 42.12 (3,329.12) 0.00

(3,805.19) (4,779.04) 2,880.41 4,615.30 8,121.00 (1,093.93) (5,342.73)


Central Missouri Community Action HS EXP Summary Budget Comparison From 4/1/2010 Through 4/30/2010 Account Account Title

Code

Spent this Month

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 7

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 12

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 7 Months

Months

Total Budget

HS EXP 91 130 160 200

HEAD START EXPANSION HS EXPANSION - T & TA Travel Supplies Other

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00 45.00 0.00

Total 20

HEAD START - T & TA

0.00

45.00

8,001.73 2,808.95 1,513.49 53.16 0.00 55.53

33,291.51 12,066.88 6,350.17 26,287.60 12,880.00 1,059.85

HS EXPANSION

12,432.86

91,936.01

92,438.11

502.10

144,675.00

52,738.99

GRAND TOTAL

12,432.86

91,981.01

94,126.30

2,145.29

147,569.00

55,587.99

92 100 110 120 160 180 200 Total 92

HS EXPANSION Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Supplies Contractual Other

0.00

In-Kind Additional Head Start In-Kind needed through April 2010:

$

16,790.21

404.81 29.19 1,254.19

404.81 (15.81) 1,254.19

694.00 50.00 2,150.00

694.00 5.00 2,150.00

1,688.19

1,643.19

2,894.00

2,849.00

42,427.15 16,763.06 8,760.08 15,820.00 7,408.31 1,259.51

9,135.64 4,696.18 2,409.91 (10,467.60) (5,471.69) 199.66

63,422.00 26,035.00 13,239.00 27,120.00 12,700.00 2,159.00

30,130.49 13,968.12 6,888.83 832.40 (180.00) 1,099.15

26,937.00


Central Missouri Community Action EHS-EXP Summary Budget Comparison From 04/01/2010 Through 04/30/2010 Account Code 96

Account Title

Spent this Month

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 6

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 11

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 6 Months

Months

Total Budget

100 110 120 130 160 200

EHS EXP - T & TA Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Travel Supplies Other

0.00 0.00 3.50 209.00 0.00 (50.00)

42,745.29 11,846.23 7,646.31 12,228.52 75.29 37,018.82

Total 96

EHS EXP - T & TA

162.50

111,560.46

97 100 110 120 130 160 170 180 200

EHS EXP - PROGRAM Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Travel Supplies Equipment Contractual Other

56,025.71 19,583.60 10,585.30 553.93 8,528.30 0.00 0.00 21,145.71

150,507.40 52,634.24 28,439.83 553.93 117,028.23 0.00 748.80 86,497.28

Total 97

EHS EXP - PROGRAM

116,422.55

436,409.71

745,290.26

308,880.55

1,544,615.00

GRAND TOTAL

116,585.05

547,970.17

850,584.80

302,614.63

1,688,040.00

IN-KIND REQUIREMENTS WAIVED

46,926.00 4,936.00 7,676.00 1,369.08 842.16 43,545.30 105,294.54

249,771.10 95,713.38 51,131.63 4,169.46 123,320.16 81,818.16 85,767.29 53,599.08

4,180.71 (6,910.23) 29.69 (10,859.44) 766.87 6,526.48 (6,265.92)

99,263.70 43,079.14 22,691.80 3,615.53 6,291.93 81,818.16 85,018.49 (32,898.20)

46,926.00 4,936.00 7,676.00 2,510.00 1,544.00 79,833.00 143,425.00

569,920.00 218,738.00 116,721.00 7,644.00 226,087.00 150,000.00 157,240.00 98,265.00

4,180.71 (6,910.23) 29.69 (9,718.52) 1,468.71 42,814.18 31,864.54

419,412.60 166,103.76 88,281.17 7,090.07 109,058.77 150,000.00 156,491.20 11,767.72 1,108,205.29 1,140,069.83


Central Missouri Community Action HEALTHY MARRIAGE Summary Budget Comparison From 4/1/2010 Through 4/30/2010 Account Code 88

Account Title

Spent this Month

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 7

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 12

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 7 Months

Months

Total Budget

100 110 120 130 160 180 200

HEALTHY MARRIAGE - PROGRAM Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Travel Supplies Contractual Other

14,924.88 4,588.96 2,731.94 2,805.40 (402.26) 1,140.00 14,140.42

101,766.56 30,941.49 18,579.13 7,023.41 2,959.82 12,920.00 84,710.04

Total 88

HEALTHY MARRIAGE - PROGRAM

39,929.34

258,900.45

281,955.38

23,054.93

483,352.00

GRAND TOTAL

39,929.34

258,900.45

281,955.38

23,054.93

483,352.00

52,093.45

In-Kind Additional Healthy Marriage In-Kind needed through April 2010:

$

12,631.66

117,157.81 33,367.88 22,277.50 6,500.69 11,086.88 7,824.81 83,739.81

15,391.25 2,426.39 3,698.37 (522.72) 8,127.06 (5,095.19) (970.23)

200,842.00 57,202.00 38,190.00 11,144.00 19,006.00 13,414.00 143,554.00

120,838.00

99,075.44 26,260.51 19,610.87 4,120.59 16,046.18 494.00 58,843.96 224,451.55

224,451.55


Central Missouri Community Action I CAN Summary Budget Comparison From 4/1/2010 Through 4/30/2010 Account Code 89 100 110 120 130 160 180 200 Total 89

Account Title

Spent this Month

I CAN - PROGRAM Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Travel Supplies Contractual Other

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 7

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 12

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 7 Months

Months

Total Budget

4,587.01 1,262.21 818.89 985.45 486.33 0.00 273.60

32,825.03 9,185.33 5,881.45 53,444.59 19,906.26 90,668.00 72,337.21

32,778.13 8,558.76 6,117.44 37,625.07 15,048.25 58,533.44 40,250.00

(46.90) (626.57) 235.99 (15,819.52) (4,858.01) (32,134.56) (32,087.21)

I CAN - PROGRAM

8,413.49

284,247.87

198,911.09

(85,336.78)

340,990.00

GRAND TOTAL

8,413.49

284,247.87

198,911.09

(85,336.78)

340,990.00

67,489.76

In-Kind Additional I CAN In-Kind needed through April 2010:

$

3,572.21

56,191.00 14,672.00 10,487.00 64,500.00 25,797.00 100,343.00 69,000.00

85,248.00

23,365.97 5,486.67 4,605.55 11,055.41 5,890.74 9,675.00 (3,337.21) 56,742.13

56,742.13


Central Missouri Community Action EHS STATE Summary Budget Comparison From 4/1/2010 Through 4/30/2010

Account Code

Account Title

EHS-ST 105 100 110 120 130 160 180 200

EHS STATE EHS STATE Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Travel Supplies Contractual Other

Total 105

Spent this Month

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 10

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 12

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 10 Months

Months

Total Budget

8,971.68 2,867.20 1,657.45 0.00 1,337.30 5,230.00 1,381.70

79,388.28 26,291.13 14,623.00 540.00 38,763.28 66,126.95 30,838.38

84,353.90 27,137.90 16,500.80 3,050.00 62,554.60 101,281.30 25,539.30

4,965.62 846.77 1,877.80 2,510.00 23,791.32 35,154.35 (5,299.08)

101,224.65 32,565.44 19,800.93 3,660.00 75,065.48 121,537.50 30,647.00

EHS STATE

21,445.33

256,571.02

320,417.80

63,846.78

384,501.00

127,929.98

GRAND TOTAL

21,445.33

256,571.02

320,417.80

63,846.78

384,501.00

127,929.98

In-Kind Additional EHS-ST In-Kind needed through April 2010:

22,454.64 $

16,031.01

57,675.15

21,836.37 6,274.31 5,177.93 3,120.00 36,302.20 55,410.55 (191.38)


Central Missouri Community Action QUALITY IMPROVEMENT-ARRA Summary Budget Comparison From 4/1/2010 Through 4/30/2010 Account Account Title

Code

QI-ARRA QUALITY IMPROVEMENT-ARRA 122 HEADSTART - QI-ARRA 100 Personnel 110 Fringe Benefits 120 In-Direct 160 Supplies 180 Contractual 200 Other Total 122 172 100 110 120 200 Total 172

TOTAL HEADSTART - QI-ARRA EHS - QI-ARRA Personnel Fringe Benefits In-Direct Other TOTAL EHS - QI-ARRA GRAND TOTAL In-Kind Waived

Spent this Month

Spent Overall

CAN Spend for 10

Under or (Over)

Total Budget for 15

Under or (Over)

Months

Spent for 10 Months

Months

Total Budget

9,498.88 3,164.23 1,776.03 0.00 0.00 590.92

80,058.86 29,011.95 15,105.33 28.30 554.10 13,734.45

82,280.86 21,792.55 15,402.84 0.00 16,666.67 16,666.67

15,030.06

138,492.99

296.03 114.71 57.50 0.41

3,974.05 1,377.22 752.57 7,141.74

468.65

13,245.58

23,769.17

10,523.59

28,523.00

15,277.42

15,498.71

151,738.57

176,578.76

24,840.19

297,260.00

145,521.43

152,809.59

4,437.02 576.01 741.96 18,014.18

2,222.00 (7,219.40) 297.51 (28.30) 16,112.57 2,932.22 14,316.60

462.97 (801.21) (10.61) 10,872.44

128,116.00 71,132.32 29,488.68 0.00 20,000.00 20,000.00 268,737.00

5,324.00 691.68 890.32 21,617.00

48,057.14 42,120.37 14,383.35 (28.30) 19,445.90 6,265.55 130,244.01

1,349.95 (685.54) 137.75 14,475.26


Central Missouri Community Action HEAD START PROGRAM

Quality Assurance Summary Report

ONGOING MONITORING for the Month of: April 2010 SUMMARY OF ONGOING MONITORING ACTIVITIES  Different data sources were utilized by the team during this monitoring period; review of Participant Files,  classroom observations, review of Child Plus reports (database), etc.  Strengths were identified by the team along  with areas needing improvement.  The monitoring emphasis for the month is reviewed using the OHS Monitoring  Tool and review of the program work plan, policy, procedure, forms, and formats.  Monitoring Emphasis for the month:  Safe Environments and Transportation Services  PROGRAM INFORMATION REPORT (PIR) – Comparison of Performance Indicators  HEAD START EARLY HEAD START  As of 04/30/10

2008-09

2007-08

2008-09

2007-08

01. Children up to date on a schedule of Preventative and Primary Health Care:

As of 04/30/10

23.82%

91%

93.20%

15.79%

94%

88.68%

02. Children needing medical treatment:

0.68%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

0.00%

2.13%

03. Children receiving medical treatment:

0.00%

--

--

0.00%

--

100.00%

60.13%

**

91.42%

NA

--

--

21.29%

31%

22.30%

NA

--

--

26.58%

18%

36.51%

NA

--

--

91.90%

101%

104.69%

57.89%

73%

100.00%

90.60%

94%

91.28%

66.67%

89%

100.00%

73.17%

74%

80.33%

62.5%

100%

83.33%

04. Children completing dental exams: (Preschool Only) 05. Children needing dental treatment: (Preschool Only) 06. Children receiving dental treatment: (Preschool Only) 07. Children with up-to-date, or all possible, immunizations: 08. Children enrolled in Medicaid, SCHIP, or Paid Health Insurance at EOY: 09. Classroom teachers with an ECE or related degree ( AA, BA or graduate):

Strengths: Self Assessment highlighting strengths as well areas that will need to be improved upon for the  upcoming year.  Possible systems issues: N/A  Plan of action: N/A   

SUMMARY OF the Enrollment Report (Pages 2‐3)  Head Start was fully enrolled on the last day of reporting at 100.36% and maintains a waitlist of eligible children.   EHS was at 83.69% of enrollment on the last day of reporting.  There are still several facilities that are not current  open but home based services are being offered.  The programs overall have met the 10% disabilities mandate. 

SUMMARY OF the Attendance Report (Page 4)  We are in compliance with maintaining 85% ADA and any center that is not meeting that mandate has  documentation of circumstances. 


HEAD START

Monthly Totals:

Mar-10 Local ID

Income Eligibility County

101-130

>130

Foster

Homeless

Public Asst.

Concern

Disability

27

2

2

1

2

6

0

3

F.E.

Last Day

Enrolled

WFSC

40

40

40

Lakeview

20

20

21

10

2

0

0

5

3

0

2

2103

Community R6

20

20

20

6

9

2

9

0

0

0

0

3

2202

Centralia

30

17

23

4

9

4

1

0

0

5

0

1

Park

60

59

60

33

2

3

1

1

18

0

4

Tiger Paws

30

32

33

15

1

1

0

3

11

0

5

2209

Worley

30

37

38

24

2

0

0

3

9

0

3

2301

Callaway County

36

40

40

0

1

14

0

5

Cole East

80

80

82

8

Cole West

40

40

41

Clubhouse

40

39

41

2102 2101

2203 2213

2401 2406 2501 2601 2602 2701 2851 2852

AUDRAIN

BOONE

CALLAWAY COLE COOPER HOWARD MONITEAU OSAGE

Waitlist

0-100%

Site Name

17

114 34 114 14

0

1

48

4

2

1

6

20

0

22

2

0

0

3

14

0

3

28

1

1

0

3

8

0

4

24

Howard County

36

36

36

4

21

8

1

0

0

6

0

6

Glasgow

17

20

20

6

12

3

2

0

1

2

0

0

Moniteau County

36

37

37

18

19

1

0

2

2

13

0

7

Linn

17

20

20

3

14

2

0

0

3

1

0

1

Chamois

20

19

19

3

10

2

6

0

0

1

0

4

552

556

571

337

325

38

29

5

33

131

0

59

61.05%

58.88%

6.88%

5.25%

0.91%

5.98%

23.73%

0.00%

<35%

<10%

100.54% Mandated Requirements

>97%

10.69% 10% or >

Last Day:

# of children/pregnant mothers enrolled on the reporting date or terminated and still in 30-day replacement window prior to reporting date. Reported on-line to ACF each month.

Enrolled:

Cumulative number of children served during the reporting month.

Vacancies:

All Terminated Children were not replaced within 30 days; the end of the part-day program option is less than 60 days away. In accordance with PS 1305.7. See ChildPlus Report 2210 in Enrollment Binder.


EARLY HEAD START

Monthly Totals:

Mar-10 Local ID 2104 2102 1200 1211 2301

Income Eligibility County AUDRAIN BOONE CALLAWAY

2409 2407

COLE

2408

Site Name

F.E. Last Day Community Early Learning 16 11

Enrolled

Waitlist

0-100% 101-130 >130

Foster

Homeless

Public Asst.

Concern

Disability

11

7

10

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

13

9

0

1

0

1

2

0

1

5 17

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

3

4

0

0

WFSC

20

13

13

Bear Creek

8

8

8

Tiger Paws

24

26

25

Callaway County

16

16

16

Capital Early Learning

16

10

10

JC Day Care

16

8

8

Open Book

24

31

33

52 4 20

8

0

0

0

1

7

0

0

5

0

0

0

0

5

0

0

4

0

1

1

0

2

0

0

19

3

1

0

5

5

0

0

2501

COOPER

Clubhouse

4

4

4

2

3

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

2601

HOWARD

Howard County

16

8

8

3

5

0

0

0

0

3

0

0

2701

MONITEAU

Moniteau County

10

4

4

1

3

0

0

0

1

0

0

0

OSAGE

Chamois Linn

16 4

8 4

8 4

5

8 4

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

0 0

190

151

152

107

100

3

3

1

13

31

0

1

1.58%

0.53%

6.84%

16.32%

0.00%

2852 2851

79.47% Mandated Requirements

52.63% 1.97%

>97%

PRENATAL FAMILIES

<35%

<10%

0.53% 10% or >

Monthly Totals:

Mar-10 Local ID

County

Site Name

F.E. Last Day

Enrolled

Waitlist

Income Eligibility 0-100% 101-130 >130

Foster

Homeless

Public Asst.

Concern

Disability

1213

BOONE

Central Office

12

11

13

1

7

2

0

0

1

3

0

0

2401

COLE

Cole

2

2

1

1

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

14

13

14

2

8

2

0

0

1

3

0

0

0.00%

0.00%

7.14%

21.43%

0.00%

92.86% Mandated Requirements

>97%

57.14% 14.29% <35%

<10%

0.00% 10% or >

Last Day:

# of children/pregnant mothers enrolled on the reporting date or terminated and still in 30-day replacement window prior to reporting date. Reported on-line to ACF each month.

Enrolled:

Cumulative number of children served during the reporting month.

Vacancies:

All Terminated Children were not replaced within 30 days; the end of the part-day program option is less than 60 days away. In accordance with PS 1305.7. See ChildPlus Report 2210 in Enrollment Binder.


HEAD START AND EARLY HEAD START Mar-10

CACFP MEALS PROVIDED

Local ID County

Site Name

F.E.

Enrolled

ADA

#DSS Child Care Subsidy

# Breakfast

# Lunch

# PM Snack

2104

Community Early Learning

16

11

NA

NA

NA

NA

NA

2103

Community R-VI*

20

20

95.24%

NA

NA 260

NA 266

NA

782

789 NA 220

2101

AUDRAIN

Lakeview

20

21

82.35%

NA

2102

WFSC

60

53

81.33%

1211

Bear Creek CFDC

8

8

84.66%

11 7

2202

Centralia

34

19

NA

2203

Park

60

60

88.26% 88.83%

NA 220

NA

814

851

NA 833

1200

BOONE

NA 638 NA

Pregnant Moms

8

12

2213

Tiger Paws

54

58

NA 80.70%

NA 33

NA 895

NA 934

NA 883

2209

Worley

30

38

87.50%

NA

217

452

220

2301

Callaway County

52

56

84.45%

9

345

631

542

Capital Early Learning

16

10

NA

Cole East

84

82

NA 30

NA

2401

NA 79.37%

838

1169

NA 877

2406

Cole West

40

41

88.39%

NA

258

543

285

JC Daycare

16

8

85.47%

NA

NA

NA

NA

Open Book

24 44

33

85.77%

NA

NA

NA

NA

Clubhouse

45

84.28%

NA

225

484

250

Glasgow

17

20

92.13%

NA

NA

NA

NA

Howard County

48 46

44 41

83.85% 80.41%

NA

Moniteau County

343 225

680 461

421 243

Chamois*

36

27

91.48%

NA

Linn

21

24

92.52%

NA

NA 329

NA 333

NA 316

TOTAL

754

731

86.16%

90

5751

7813

5508

CALLAWAY

2409 COLE

2407 2408 2501 2602 2601 2701 2852 2851

COOPER HOWARD MONITEAU OSAGE

NA

*Reimbursement collected by partner. ADA:

Average Daily Attendance (ADA) is tracked and analyzed in accordance with 1305.8 of the Head Start Performance Standards.

DSS Child Care Subsidy:

For the purpose of this report, we are only reporting the children for whom we receive DSS reimbursement. (Those that are enrolled in a full-day classroom.) For more information on the DSS/Child Care Assistance Program, please visit http://dss.mo.gov/cd/childcare/pdf/ccare.pdf.

CACFP Meals Provided:

For more information regarding the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP), please visit http://www.fns.usda.gov/CND/Care/CACFP/aboutcacfp.htm.


Central Missouri Community Action Early Childhood Programs - Head Start and Early Head Start Passion – Commitment – Excellence

CMCA Head Start Director’s Report May 13, 2010 CMCA Head Start 2009-2010 “The Year of Leadership Development” Our Congratulations to *Ming Wong and **Bob Green! Last week they attended the National Head Start Association Conference in Dallas, TX and received their national awards! *Ming Wong, CMCA Head Start Father of the Year, was awarded the honor of the National Father of the Year Award by the NHSA! **Mr. Bob Green, CMCA Transportation Assistant and Support Staff of the year, was awarded the National Support Staff member of the Year Award by the NHSA!

Let’s give Ming and Bob a BIG CONGRATULATIONS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Policy Council Members will be meeting on Thursday, May 20th at the Central Missouri Community Action Central Offices. Come join us for a light meal at 5:30, committee meetings at 6:00, and PC meeting immediately following the committee meeting. We look forward to seeing you there. NOTE THE CHANGE OF DATE – The Self-Assessment Committee will meet on the day of the Board meeting – May 27, 2010 beginning at 4:00 PM in Mernell King’s office at the central office. The committee continues its work on assessment of the results of the SA surveys and processes. The meeting in May will focus on the safety checks which are conducted by parents of the program.

The Training with Dr. Rozario Slack was not as well attended by parents as we would have hoped, however, those that attended the training May 1st were very excited to have the opportunity to hear Dr. Slack and hold meaningful discussions with him. The training on April 30th was very well attended by professionals from around the state.


Upcoming Events: June 5th – Father’s First Fishing Event – picnic lunch and fishing at Bass Pro in Columbia N OTE: HS Mom’s Group had planned a May activity and it has been moved to the fall PROGRAM UPDATES: Intervention Team Updates: Training updates CMCA staff continues their High/Scope for Infants and Toddlers training. We will host another 2 weeks (1 week for each staff member) of training during the month of May. Region VII Head Start Leadership Conference is May 26-28. Several of our Administrative Team members will be attending this training in Kansas City. The Regional Head Start award winners will be honored at this event. Those include Ming Wong and Bob Green who recently won the National awards. As an FYI – the National Head Start Conference will be held in Kansas City in 2011. We are looking forward to showcasing our work at the conference and excited that more of our staff may be able to attend. Meetings, meetings, meetings…. The meeting held with LEA (Local Education Agencies – school districts) on Monday, April 12, 2010 has netted conversations with several local school districts about the possibility of partnerships for PAT services for our EHS families. We will report progress as formal agreements and/or contracts are developed. FAMILY DEVELOPMENT UPDATES: Fathers First – On Saturday, April 10th Fathers First hosted a men’s only basketball tournament. The event was a lot of fun and plans are underway to continue the event in the future if a donated space can be found. Parenting with Love and Logic – Family Development Advocate II, Dave Bruns, is now certified as a Love and Logic Instructor. Dave is eager to share his knowledge with your parent groups and welcomes the opportunity to present to them. The primary goal of the Love and Logic program is to give parents practical strategies for reducing behavior problems, increasing motivation, and building assets which contribute to life-long responsibility and resiliency.


Child Advocacy Day – On April 7th Child Advocates gathered at the annual Child Advocacy Day at the state capitol. CMCA Head Start was represented in this important day of advocacy. I CAN UPDATE: The I CAN training for year 3 was to be held in Phoenix Arizona November 11th and 12th, 2010. We are currently re-evaluating going to Phoenix in light of the current immigration battles that the state is having. As you know, Head Start serves a diversity of families and several potential I CAN grantees have expressed concern about the training location….we will report in June our decision and the final location for this training. We remain very excited to be able to offer the HCI health literacy training to another 23 Head Start grantees – this time from the West Coast. Trisha Wright was at our “shared booth” at the NHSA conference and she did a great job of recruiting potential programs to the I CAN training. The local I CAN…Help My Child Stay Healthy project has trained 104 families this year. The year-end graduation was to be held on May 11th; however the weather had forced a cancellation of the event. The graduation WILL be held very soon – keep watching for day/time and ask your Team Leader to keep you posted.

CFC (Connecting for Children) Updates: There has been a change in the leadership and management of the CFC program. At this time, Rebecca Karlinsky is the Interim Program Administrator. If you have questions about upcoming events please call us at 443-8706 or toll-free at 800-706-1742 ext. 230 (Rebecca), ext. 222 (Nolanda) or ext. 232 (Amy-for Spanish speaking participants/enrollment, questions, and signup). We also have information on other trainings offered in the community that we can refer families to. Don't hesitate to contact us! The yearly CFC requirement is to deliver 496 units (446 delivered as CORE communication training and 50 delivered as BOOSTER training). At the conclusion of quarter 2, CFC has delivered a total of 439 units (1 unit = 8 hours of training): *331 CORE units *108 as BOOSTER units (this is more than double our YEARLY requirement) *There are currently 120 NEW people that have joined CFC in this program year alone. *At each event we have approximately 66% of our population from Head Start or Early Head Start.


More CFC Updates: April 17-18 was the last mega event which featured two curricula: Family Wellness (for co-parents and individuals and includes stepfamily information) and Within Our Reach (for couples). Within Our Reach was delivered in a one-day format. Family Wellness was an overnight retreat format.

GRANT UPDATES: Continuation Refunding Application – HS and EHS (Year 45 Application) – approval was received for the funding year which began May 1, 2010 Early Head Start - State (year 2) – awaiting approval Childcare Facility Improvement Grants (ARRA funded) – State (1 for HS and two for EHS) – awaiting approval

FEDERAL REPORTING: ARRA Reports are due quarterly – Reports were submitted on 4/2/2010 for the following ARRA funded grants: EHS Expansion HS Expansion Cola/Quality (HS and EHS) I CAN quarterly report (quarter 2) was submitted to the Office of Head Start prior to the 4/30/2010 deadline. CFC quarterly report (quarter 1) was submitted to the Office of Head Start prior to the 4/30/2010 deadline. Health Service Advisory Committee (HSAC) – meets on May 19th. Are you interested in participating? Contact Melissa Scheer or Beth Vossler. Peer Review Updates: We have received the final report from the office of Head Start and will be providing copies to you at the PC meeting and will share where we are “at” with corrective actions. There were findings that were corrected onsite and only one (1) that was not – that citation is listed below:


UPDATES: -

Non-Compliance (not corrected on site) – The CMCA Finance Director did not have a criminal background on file nor did she have required health exams/screenings in her HR files. Immediate Correction: Finance Director now has Criminal Background Screen and Health Exam (with TB testing) – This item is found in the T/TA plan of FY’10

PARTNERSHIP UPDATES: Community R-6 in Laddonia – We are expanding our current partnership to include infants and toddlers. The school has a small house which will be renovated for infant/toddler care. The house is located on the school campus and would serve infants/toddlers of the school district service area in Audrain County. Contractors are working on the required renovations and we should be operational soon! Chamois Public Schools – We are working with the Chamois School District to expand our partnership by placing a larger modular classroom unit on the school grounds in order to serve infants, toddlers and preschool children. We have had a long relationship with the schools in Chamois and we look forward to expanding this partnership. The District has signed the lease agreement which was necessary for us to begin the process of preparing the land for the arrival of the triple-wide modular which will hold the EHS and HS classrooms .We are now awaiting the delivery and set up of the modular classroom. This is a large undertaking as the modular is a triple wide unit which will have a kitchen. Update – we hope to have the site up and running by August 1 (maybe sooner). Columbia Housing Authority – We are discussing space needs with the Columbia Housing Authority. They are interested in assisting our program meet space needs for the program in the city of Columbia and have provided commitment from the CHA Board to continue discussion of using space at Bear Creek for a much needed preschool classroom. If we accomplish this, there will be space at Tiger Paws (Columbia) for offices for staff. In addition, the children who attend Bear Creek would have access to preschool in their current school “neighborhood”. We continue to meet with the administrators of the CHA and are very hopeful about the possibilities this partnership can bring. Update – progress will be slower than expected and the space will not be ready at the beginning of the 2010-2011 program year.


Callaway County Early Learning Center is now open to serving Infants and toddlers. Lincoln University is beginning the renovations necessary to develop a space partnership for EHS classrooms in Jefferson City (on the Lincoln campus). We have a lease agreement finalized and ready to sign by the appropriate officials of the University and of CMCA. Down the road, practicum teaching experiences may be added as an outcome of this partnership in development. NEW EHS CHILDCARE Partnerships – Open Book Early Literacy Program and JC Daycare (both in Jefferson City) are partners in service to EHS children and their families. All classroom EHS services MUST meet the high quality standards of the EHS Program Performance Standards from the Office of Head Start. We have spent money to upgrade partnership facilities and provide them with training and with classrooms supplies to assist them in meeting the Standards.

INTERPRETIVE SERVICES UPDATE: Amy Rhodes, Interpretive Services Specialist, has concluded her part of the Annual Self-Assessment process. This included a family focus group. Amy has attended the Dual Language training here in Missouri (sponsored by MHSA) and has recently returned from the NHSA training in Dallas. The Spanish Phrase of the week is “¡Salud!” (sah-lood) which means, “Bless you!”

MANAGEMENT UPDATES:

Eligibility – Recruitment- Selection - Enrollment and Attendance (ERSEA) Activities – Enrollment continues to meet expectations - Enrollment Report is contained within this report packet/mailing.

MONITORING CONCERN AREAS NOTED by Program Director: We continue to struggle with follow-up for child identified health and dental needs. Program Information Report (PIR) noted concerns with follow up care and, therefore, we are targeting follow up as a major part of our ongoing


monitoring system in this program year. If your child has been noted as needing follow up care, are they receiving it? We are also always concerned with Inkind donations as we develop more and more programs and are expected to have an 80-20 match (federal/local). The Director continues to be concerned with the generation of Inkind for the CFC program. While it has trickled in, it does not meet the monthly averages that would be expected. This is somewhat understandable as the program has trainings on an irregular basis, it still needs to be watched to determine if the program should submit a “waiver” of non-Federal (INKIND) match this year. The “regular” Head Start and Early Head Start grant year ended 4/30/2010. We have expended all funds by 4/30/2010. ACTION ITEMS: Grants: Approval of the following grant applications* is requested: I CAN (year 3) CFC (year 2) HS Expansion (year 2) EHS Expansion (year 2) * Grant summary sheets will be provided at the PC meeting. Other REQUIRED INPUT/Approvals: ERSEA Report Credit Card Report USDA Meal Count/Report Attendance Report Monitoring Report IM/PI: Information Memorandums and Program Instructions – those we have received since our last Council meeting are found for your information and review within this mailing. In addition, they can be found on the eclkc web site: www.eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov.

Web Sites of Interest to Policy Council Members: www.moheadstart.org - this is the official web site of the Missouri Head Start Association. Missouri Head Start Association works for children, families, staff


and communities regarding issues of interest to Missouri’s Head Start programs. The site gives detailed information on all of Missouri’s Head Start and Early Head Start Programs. www.ECLKC.ohs.acf.hhs.gov – this is the Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center. This web site is the complete repository and library of all items from Head Start since 1965. This is a great web site and if you have access to a computer –check it out!

Respectfully submitted,

Mernell T. King Early Childhood Programs Director Central Missouri Community Action 807 B North Providence Road Columbia, MO 65203 573.443.8706 (x228) Mernell-King@showmeaction.org "It is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men." -- Frederick Douglass


ACF Administration for Children and Families

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES 1. Log No. ACF-IM-HS-10-02

2. Issuance Date:05/11/2010

3. Originating Office: Office of Head Start 4. Key Words: Updated Multicultural Principles

INFORMATION MEMORANDUM TO: Head Start and Early Head Start Grantees and Delegate Agencies SUBJECT: Revisiting and Updating the Multicultural Principles for Head Start Programs Serving Children Ages Birth to Five INFORMATION: The Office of Head Start (OHS) is pleased to announce the publication in English and Spanish of Revisiting and Updating the Multicultural Principles for Head Start Programs Serving Children Ages Birth to Five. In 1991, the former Head Start Bureau published the original Multicultural Principles for Head Start Programs Information Memorandum and resource handbook following two years of work by the Head Start Multicultural Task Force. Its purpose was to “stand as a challenge” to programs to “focus efforts on individualizing services so that every child and family feels respected and valued and is able to grow in accepting and appreciating differences.” (Administration for Children, Youth and Families, 1991, p.3) There are a number of reasons for revisiting and updating the original resource handbook.

· · · ·

In 1998, the Head Start Program Performance Standards were revised to incorporate requirements that address diversity in many service and systems areas. The Improving Head Start for School Readiness Act of 2007 also calls for improving outreach and services to diverse populations. With the creation and recent expansion of Early Head Start, it is imperative to support culturally and linguistically responsive programming for the youngest children and their families. The research literature addressing cultural influences on development and first and second language acquisition has grown enormously and reaffirms the value of integrating multiculturalism into early childhood settings. In a time of rapid demographic changes across the nation, the service areas of Head Start and Early Head Start programs are more racially, ethnically, culturally and linguistically diverse than ever before.

Revisiting and Updating the Multicultural Principles for Head Start Programs Serving Children Ages Birth to Five highlights the ten original Multicultural Principles and includes a brief research review, key implications, stories from the Head Start community, as well as reflective questions or activities. Head Start programs should continue to embrace the original “challenge” and use this updated resource to improve programming and service delivery for children and families. Each Head Start center will be sent a copy of the revised and updated resource handbook. In addition, an electronic copy can be downloaded from the Early Childhood Learning and Knowledge Center (ECLKC). Additional printed copies of the handbook may be ordered by contacting the Head Start Knowledge and Information Management Services (HSKIMS) at 1-866-763-6481. Copies will be available on a first-come, first-served basis. A Users Guide to the updated resource is under development and will be made available as soon as it is completed. It is my hope that Revisiting and Updating the Multicultural Principles for Head Start Programs Serving Children Birth to Five will be useful to you, your program, and the children and families you serve.

/ Yvette Sanchez Fuentes / Yvette Sanchez Fuentes Director Office of Head Start


Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board 5/20/2010 To PC 5/27/2010 To BD

Department(s) Head Start

Staff person submitting Mernell T. King

This Grant Falls Under 2 CMCA Strategic Commitments: 1) enhancing community capacity to ensure all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities; 2) building relationships across class and race lines Title: Program operation dates: Funding amount: Staffing levels: Funding Source: Target Population: Counties of Operation: Expected number of participants/clients: Summary of Program:

Innovation and Improvement Grant (IIP) – I CAN…Help My Child Stay Healthy September 2010 – September 2011 $349,990 4 Staff members: Director,1 Administrative Assistant, and Interpreting Services Specialist DHHS- ACF- Office of Head Start Missouri Head Start Grantees and Grantees from western United States N/A – Except local program will operate as a Missouri Grantee under this project 2,300 families from western United States

CMCA Head Start, in collaboration with the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute (HCI) is committed to improving the health of underserved populations. One of their principal projects, the UCLA HCI’s health literacy training program, is devoted to improving the health literacy of parents whose children are enrolled in the Head Start Program. Research has shown that parents with low health literacy often take their children to the emergency room or a medical clinic at the first sign of illness, contributing to an overstressed health care system and missed time at school and work (resulting in unnecessary costs). Parents of children enrolled in the Head Start Program are at particular risk. The UCLA HCI provides Head Start agencies with the tools and resources to lead effective health care training programs for Head Start parents. Our novel program trains parents to become better informed about their children’s health and to develop the skills to treat ordinary illnesses, such as fever, cold, or cough, at home. We are also currently creating training modules to address nutrition / obesity / physical activity and oral health for this same population. From 2001-2005, the Health Care Institute (HCI) has trained 9,240 parents in 35 states – impacting nearly 20,000 children. Since then, an additional 10,000 parents from Kansas and New Mexico have experienced the benefits of the UCLA HCI low literacy healthcare training program. Starting in 2008 and going through 2010, an additional 6,800 families in the State of Washington will receive the training. Since its inception, UCLA HCI has positively impacted thousands of people; children and Revision 3/17/2006


families are healthier and are leading more productive lives. Proposed Intervention Central Missouri Community Action, Inc. (CMCA) proposes to partner with the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute (UCLA HCI) in the continued implementation of a health literacy innovation and improvement project that will serve 2,300 lowincome, Medicaid-eligible families, enrolled in the Head Start Program, over the course of a 1-year project period. Using a Train-the-Trainer model, grantee staff member “teams” will be trained to teach basic health care knowledge and skills, presented at a low literacy level, to the families enrolled in the program. CMCA will be the administrative and fiscal agent for this project and the HCI at UCLA will be the principal subcontractor for the project. The project collaborators (CMCA and HCI) will be responsible for the following:

Expected Outcomes:

UCLA HCI will provide (1) Train-the-Trainer session for identified trainers of West Coast Head Start programs.. The “trainers” will be trained to use the methodologies and implementation strategies of the UCLA/Johnson & Johnson Health Care Institute’s health literacy training program. Research-based materials provided by the HCI at UCLA will include trainer manuals, resource guides and other materials. The low-literacy training resource of the HCI, “What to Do When Your Child is Sick” will also be provided.

UCLA I will provide all materials needed for Head Start training teams to train families using the HCI methodologies.

UCLA will maintain a data base for use by programs to document processes and outcomes of the implementation, including individual-level data on program participants. UCLA HCI will provide online data entry access for staff of CMCA to facilitate data collection.

UCLA will provide reports and data analysis as required by the IIP grant

CMCA will provide administrative support for the project

CMCA will attend at least 3 trainings of programs selected for inclusion in the project

CMCA will provide incentives to program participants consistent with the methodologies of the Health Care Institute (HCI) - $30/family member trained, book and bag

I Can Administrative Asst. will provide assistance and training to HS programs participating in the I CAN project

The goals of the Health Literacy Demonstration Project are: •

To provide training and information to participating Head Start agencies to successfully implement healthcare literacy training programs for their families

To enable Head Start parents to become better caregivers to their children by improving the parent’s healthcare knowledge and skills

To empower parents in their decision making for the Revision 3/17/2006


healthcare needs of their children

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Community partners involved:

To enhance the self esteem and confidence of the parents in meeting their parental objectives

Train 23 Head Start training teams from the West Coast who will train 2,300 Head Start families in the I CAN project

Find funding for sustaining the program into future years.

N/A in Year 3

Community Partners will Include: • Missouri Head Start State Collaboration Office and State Collaboration Offices from Western US •

UCLA – Health Care Institute

Johnson and Johnson

AETNA – Medicaid Data Assessment Project

Local businesses from around the country and in Missouri to provide incentives for the project and provide support

Local media to share the successes of the program (print and other media)

Office of Head Start- ECKLC

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board

Department(s)

Staff person submitting

May 20, 2010 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; PC May 27, 2010 - BD

Head Start and Early Head Start

Mernell T. King, ECP Director

This grant fulfills the following CMCA Strategic Commitment(s): #2 â&#x20AC;&#x201C; Enhance Community Capacity to assure all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities #4 - Building relationships across class and race lines Title:

Healthy Marriage Initiative Grant, Connecting for Children

Program operation dates:

September 30, 2010- September 29, 2011

Funding amount:

$483,352

Staffing levels: Funding Source:

3 current, up to 5 total DHHS/ACF/OHS/HMI

Target Population:

Head Start eligible families residing in our service areas Audrain, Boone, Callaway, Cole, Cooper, Howard, Moniteau, and Osage

Counties of Operation:

Expected number of participants/clients:

Expected number of units delivered is 496

Summary of Program:

This is a voluntary program for Head Start eligible parents who are single or in a non-violent relationship. Parents will receive various communication trainings designed to teach skills regarding how to talk with your partner, co-parent or the person you are starting a relationship with. These skills will aid parents in giving their children a better example of how families can communicate and solve problems.

Expected Outcomes:

This program is designed to assist Head Start eligible families develop and strengthen positive adult relationships leading to building strong, healthy families and children

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Head Start, Early Head Start, and all CMCA programs MCADSV, MediaCom, The Shelter, Lutheran Family & Child Services, University of Missouri Extension, Rainbow House, First Chance for Children, Lumina Child & Family Counseling, LLC, Missouri Child Care Resource and Referral Network

Community partners involved:

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Central Missouri Community Action Grant Summary Sheet Date presented to board May 29, 2010

Department(s) Head Start

Staff person submitting Beth Vossler

This Grant falls under all 5 of CMCA Strategic Commitments: Engage the community to assure that all people have their basic needs met Enhance community capacity to assure all individuals have lifelong learning opportunities 3) Build community capacity to enhance economic and community assets 4) Build relationships across class and race lines 5) Develop an innovative, caring agency dedicated to being an influential leader in our communities 1) 2)

Title:

Glasgow Head Start Expansion 2010

Program operation dates:

Funding Source:

Budget period of 10-1-10 through 9-30-11 Center Operation of August-May $139,807 for program operations $2,796 for T/TA 5 total: 3 classroom staff 2 Manager (one split between Glasgow Head Start and Howard County Head Start) plus a small percent of the Director of Head Start Operations. DHHS- ACF- Office of Head Start

Target Population:

Head Start Eligible Children and Families

Counties of Operation:

Howard-Glasgow

Expected number of participants/clients:

Funded enrollment of 17 children for Glasgow Head Start

Summary of Program:

Provide comprehensive HS services in the CMCA Head Start Service Area of Howard County-Glasgow

Expected Outcomes:

Children are ready for kindergarten through a high quality comprehensive early childhood program

Support families with needs and goals

Funding amount: Staffing levels:

Collaboration with other CMCA programs:

Community partners involved:

All other CMCA Programs will be a part of project as it relates to recruitment of families and provision of supports and services that the agency provides to families Community Partners will Include: • CMCA Head Start’s HSAC •

CMCA Head Start’s Social Services Advisory Committee

Central Methodist University - Fayette

Glasgow Public Schools to include PAT


Central Missouri Community Action  Grant Summary Sheet    Date presented to board 

Department(s)

Staff person submitting 

5‐27‐2010 Head Start   Melissa A. Chambers    This Grant falls under all 4 CMCA Strategic Commitments:  1. Engage the community to assure that all people have their basic needs met  2. Enhance community capacity to assure all individuals have lifelong learning  opportunities;  3. Build community capacity to enhance economic and community assets  4. Build  relationships across class and race lines  Title:  Early Head Start Continuation Grant‐ Year 2  Program operation dates:  10‐1‐2010 through 09‐31‐2011  $1,358,4593.00 Operating  Funding amount:  $67,925.00 Training and Technical Assistance  Staffing levels:  25   Funding Source:  DHHS‐ ACF‐ Office of Head Start  Target Population:  Early Head Start Eligible Children and Families  Counties of Operation:  All 8 Counties   Expected number of   124 expectant families, infants/toddlers and their families  participants/clients:  Provide intensive comprehensive early childhood services, in  Summary of Program:   accordance with our current service delivery model.  

Expected Outcomes:  

Collaboration with other  CMCA programs:   Community partners  involved:   

• CMCA will enhance children’s physical, social, emotional, and  intellectual development  • CMCA will support parent’s efforts to fulfill their parental roles  • CMCA will help families move toward self‐sufficiency  • CMCA will impact its community  • CMCA will support economic recovery  All other CMCA Programs will be a part of project as it relates to  recruitment of families  and provision of supports and services that  the agency provides to families  • Cole County United Way Early Childhood Advisory Committee  • Lincoln University  • Jefferson City Day Care Center  • Community R‐6 School District  • Osage R‐1 School District 


http://www.showmeaction.org/board/pcdocs/Archives/052410_bm  

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