Providers are at the heart of our work. Our team stands ready to support you as you implement a high-quality program to promote positive outcomes and school readiness for children and their families.
The Organizational Development team works in collaboration with all content areas to implement a system of continuous program improvement. This system includes a coordinated effort across individuals, departments and sites to mitigate risks, coordinate strategic planning and develop innovated practices.
Training opportunities are available throughout the year. Visit the training calendar to see what is coming next.
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Your Support Team
- Health & Nutrition
- Mental Health & Disabilities
- Family & Community Engagement
- Fiscal Management
- Organizational Development
Education coordinator/coaches offer support and oversight for Education Services. They coach teachers and home visitors to provide engaging learning environments, play-based experiences, and effective interactions with young children. They also coordinate developmental screenings, observation-based assessment, analysis of child outcomes data, family style dining, continuity of care for infants and toddlers, and parents.
Our enrollment team is committed to serving children and families most in need and building relationships with partnering agencies.
Our health services staff collaborate with the health care community to provide a coordinated approach to health care access and services.
MARC Head Start works with school districts and community agencies to support children and families who need assistance with mental health or early intervention services.
We engage families in partnerships that support the health growth and development of children, parents and the community. This begins with developing relationships and focusing on goals families create with program staff and engaged community partners.
Our fiscal team ensures that federal and state funds are spent wisely. The team supports contract execution, accounts receivable and accounts payable.
The Organizational Development team collaborates the provider network in a coordinated effort to mitigate risks, coordinate strategic planning and develop innovative practices.
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MARC Head Start partners can develop a training plan that help ensure staff receive at least 15 clock hours of training each year.
Teaching early learning teachers about the CASE (communication, attendance, sweep, and eyes) guidelines.
Our policies and procedures are developed in collaboration with MARC staff and parents. MARC Head Start programs are required to follow these policies and procedures to ensure consistency of certain program operations. When searching for information, please note that not all policies have a corresponding procedure, form or definition.
Reports & Information
MARC Head Start publishes two major documents to inform stakeholders and the federal government of goals accomplished and guide future program activities. The annual report includes accomplishments, the previous year’s fiscal activity and the proposed budget for the upcoming year. The 2017-2018 Community Assessment includes data and statistics to guide future program and policy objectives. Also available is the 2020-2021 HS Community Assessment Update.