Eligibility is the first step and a key component in implementing ERSEA services. These strategies and guiding questions help programs identify and enroll children and families with the greatest need.
Recruiting for Head Start programs is a systematic year-round process. These strategies and guiding questions help programs manage data-informed and measurable recruitment efforts.
Programs must identify and enroll children and families who are most in need of Head Start services. These strategies and guiding questions help programs implement thoughtful selection policies and procedures.
Explore Eligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, and Attendance (ERSEA) systems to help programs enroll the neediest families in a timely manner. Find tips and questions to stay at full enrollment all year.
Learn about strategies programs can use to work with key stakeholders to promote regular attendance. These strategies and guiding questions help grantees develop policies around program attendance.
Learn how to respond efficiently and restore program services in the aftermath of a natural disaster.
Learn how to prepare your facility to withstand the impact of a tornado.
Learn how to prepare your facility to withstand the impact of a hurricane.
Explore key resources that can help Head Start programs assess their facility’s strengths and vulnerabilities.
Learn how to anticipate the most likely natural disasters and how facilities planning can help you mitigate risks to the children and staff in your program.