Planning systems occur in a continuous cycle and involve key members of the Head Start community. The outcome of this cycle is the creation of achievable goals and short-term program and fiscal objectives.
Visiting the dental clinic keeps children’s teeth and mouth healthy. Learn about how to find a dental clinic and the importance of regular dental visits.
Program Administrator's Checklist for the Head Start Home-Based Program Option
Children who are often given sugary drinks are more likely to have tooth decay (cavities). Learn about which drinks have added sugar and which drinks (water and milk) are best for children.
Brushing with fluoride toothpaste helps prevent tooth decay (cavities). Learn when to begin brushing a child’s teeth and how often.
Word document, Nifty Notes for use with Leader's Role in Data.
Explore this guide that describes how the CLASS ™ relates to school readiness, and how using it to collect and apply data, including case studies that show how programs have applied CLASS ™ for support and improvement.
Early Childhood Transition Worksheet
Use the Partnerships Elements Worksheet when planning and developing partnerships. Also, find out what these programs found important to build and sustain successful partnerships.
This checklist reviews six areas of partnership implementation. Partners can use it no matter where they are in implementing their partnership, according to implementation science. This checklist should be completed by all active partners in a partnership agreement, not just the grantee.