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Picayune School DistrictEarly Head StartAnnual Report2016-2017

Table of Contents03MISSION STATEMENT & PROGRAM PHILOSOPHY05FROM THE DIRECTOR06MANAGEMENT07FROM LEADERSHIP09TEACHERS11CHILD CARE PARTNERS13SOUTHERN PEARL RIVER COUNTY EXCEL BY 514FAMILY & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT15COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS18ERSEA19EDUCATION & DISABILITY SERVICES21CHILD OUTCOMES23HEALTH, SAFETY, & NUTRITION26TRANSITION27PARENT EDUCATION28PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT29FUNDS & EXPENDITURES31IN-KIND DONATIONS & COMMUNITY MATCH SUPPORT32PROGRAM ACTIVITY PHOTOS

missionThe Mission of the Picayune School District (PSD) Early Head Start (EHS) isto empower families to achieve life goals, support the development ofinfants and toddlers, impact the community by setting a standard of highquality childcare, and fostering parental, school and community supportsfor the growth of very young children.Program philosophyWe at Picayune School District Early Head Start believe that throughparental support and collaboration, vulnerable children benefit from asafe, nurturing, developmentally appropriate early childhood developmentprogram. Working together, families and the community help children tobe “Ready By Five”.3

goalsEhsGoalsPSD EHS Program GoalsFor Children: Our first commitment is to each child. We focus ondeveloping the whole child through nurturing cognitive, physical, social,and emotional development.For Parents: Our commitment is also to the parents. We support familiesin building a positive self-image by providing a comfortableenvironment which promotes communication between staff and parents.We ensure parents have training opportunities, which provide exposureto a wealth of resources beyond Head Start.For Staff: We commit ourselves to working positively with each other.We focus on building our own positive self-image as well as fosteringand supporting the growth of fellow staff members.For Community: Each of us commit to presenting our program to thecommunity in a positive way and increasing community awareness ofour program.Program Objectives:Objective 1: Expand Head Start and Early Head Start services to eligiblefamilies in Pearl River County.Objective 2: Assess the needs of the parents in order to overcome thebarriers that interfere with communication.Objective 3: Provide an array of family services that promote the safetyand well-being of children and their families.Objective 4: Provide families with access to comprehensive healthservices, particularly dental and infant mental health services.Objective 5: Provide reliable, affordable transportation services so EHSfamilies may travel to and from service-related appointments, includingbut not limited to dental, medical, WIC, employment services, andagency events.Objective 6: Establish partnerships with colleges/universities to betterserve clients who may be interested in their educational programs.Objective 7: Develop strategies to identify, hire, and train bilingual staffmembers in order to better serve culturally and linguistically diversechildren and families.Objective 8: Assure all programs continue to operate efficiently andeffectively, achieve program goals, and meet intended outcomes.Objective 9: Assure that all participating children are ready for school,families are ready to support their children's learning, and schools areready for children.

I invite you to visit our exceptional schools! With each generation ofchildren, PSD EHS will continue to evolve, to remain strong, and provideeffective, efficient, and professional services to our community. Dr. Pamela Thomas, Program DirectordirectorFor the past sixteen years, Picayune School District (PSD) Early Head Start(EHS) has been able to expand opportunities to learn for infants andtoddlers (ages 2 months to 3 years) and help parents set and reach theirgoals! We do this by providing a plethora of accessible services (e.g., childdevelopment and educational services, disability services, pregnancysupport, health / mental health services, health education, parenting /child development classes, and workforce preparation). These servicesare designed to help families ensure that young children in Pearl RiverCounty are healthy, safe, and ready to learn!5

managersmanagersPamela Thomas, EdD – EHS Program DirectorSimone Roche’, B.S. – Nicholson EHS Site ManagerDebra Wale, M.Ed. - Education & Disabilities ManagerPamela Frazier, RN – Health, Safety, & Nutrition ManagerIliana Antunez, LBSW – Family & Community Engagement ManagerSonya S. Myers, PhD - Research & Data ManagerEducation /Disability CoordinatorsCharlotte Nixon, B.S. – EHS Education CoordinatorGwen Breaux, M.Ed. – CCP Education CoordinatorRobette Watts, B.S. –CCP Lead Mentor CoachMary Tranum, B.S. - CCP SupervisorAkesha Carter, B.S. – Disability CoordinatorHealth /Safety CoordinatorsMollie Robinson, R.N. – EHS Health CoordinatorYvette Burton, LPN – CCP Health / Nutrition CoordinatorRewa Haralson, MSW – Mental Health CoordinatorMark Fluker, B.S. – Safety CoordinatorReggie Harris, TCP - Safety MonitorJaime Lillis, PEHS Sanitation AssistantWilfret McKee, NEHS Sanitation AssistantEligibility, Recruitment, Selection, Enrollment, & Attendance CoordinatorAshley Benson, B.S. - ERSEA CoordinatorFamily Service CoordinatorsSylvia Mark MSW – Family Services SpecialistJasmine Ducre, B.S. – CCP Family AdvocateAdministrative CoordinatorsLouise Harvin - Executive Administrative CoordinatorDoris Sims - PEHS Administrative CoordinatorDeborah Martinez - NEHS Administrative Coordinator

EHS Policy Council Bonita Wynn, Chair Felicia Perkins, Co-Chair Mahaganey Magee, Secretary Steven Konkle, Asst. Secretary Edward Stubbs, School Board Representative Brian Dees, Community Representative Debony Richardson, Center-Based Representative Jamie Murphy, Center-Based Representative Alternate Shira Stubbs, Child Care Partnership (CCP) RepresentativeEHS Rosa Site & CCP Parent Committee Joshua Braddy, Chair Brittney Giacone, Vice-Chair Crystal Herrera, Secretary Hailey Hardie, Asst. Secretary Stacy Taylor, Parliamentarian Cierra Trotter, TreasurerEHS Nicholson Site Parent Committee Jessica Spoo, Chair Shanice Nixon, Vice-Chair Shaniece Powe, Secretary Mahaganey Magee, Asst. Secretary Leon Benson, Jr., Parliamentarian Allyson Burch, TreasurerleadershipPSD EHS Policy Council &Parent Committee7

leadershipFrom PSD leadershipOn behalf of the Picayune School DistrictSuperintendent, Assistant Superintendent, andSchool Board, it is with a great deal of pride thatwe welcome you to view the PSD EHS AnnualReport. Our school and community share thevision of empowering children to becomesuccessful college students that make wise lifechoices and become productive citizens whorealize their dreams and goals. Please do nothesitate to contact your school officials to answerany questions that you might have. It is our job toassist you in any way we can and we welcome theopportunity to do so. Mr. Dean Shaw, Superintendent Mr. Brent Harrell, Assistant SuperintendentPSD 2016-2017 SCHOOL BOARD Mr. Frank Ford, Chair Dr. Lori Blackmer, Vice-Chair Mr. Edward Stubbs, Secretary Mr. Jake Smith, Second Secretary Mr. Frank Feeley, MemberSuperintendent Shaw

PSD Early Head Start – Nicholson SiteRoom 1: Jamilya Frazier / Tonya Spiers*Room 2: Cynthia Samples / Jacqueline BrumfieldRoom 3: Treshay Quinn / Kristin HattawayRoom 4: LaPortia Moran / Betty RobinsonRoom 5: Kristin Fleming / Lynn McCroryEHS Teacher / FloatersBarbara Morrison*Also serves as a CCP Coaching AssistantteachersPSD Early Head Start – Picayune SiteRoom 1: Hyneather Durr / Kristi ThigpenRoom 2: Priscilla Acker* / Leanastine ClemmonsRoom 3: Cassie McKenzie / Diane DeanRoom 4: Kimberli Peel / Roshundalyn WashingtonRoom 5: Serenity Sellers / Cathy LittlesRoom 6: Sentinel Magee* / Krystal FaiaRoom 7: Brenda Schaubhut / Elisha UnderwoodRoom 8: April Haynes / Sherry YoungRoom 9: Ashanti Wright / Sadeidra LindseyRoom 10: Charlene Garrett / Anitra Harris*9

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Child care Partners (CCP)These partners include:Annie's Kindergarten & Daycare (Director: Annie Means)McCarty Learning Center (Director: Felicia Perkins)Pearl River Community College Child Development Lab School(Director: Carrie Hales)Linda’s Family Child Care (Director: Linda Stallings)Child careEHS-CC Partnerships (and Family Child Care – FCC) offer the flexibility andconvenience of a child care agency or in a home setting with thecomprehensive services and extensive training provided by Early Head Startprograms. In this partnership, EHS-eligible children receive access to thesame comprehensive services provided at our center-based EHS sites from apartnering child care center or family child care home.11

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Southern Pearl RiverCounty Excel By 5In March 2017, Southern Pearl River County officially became a“CERTIFIED” Excel By 5 community! The Picayune School District’s EarlyHead Start program also received funding from Families First forMississippi to open a new Picayune Family Resource and Education Center,located at 900 East 3rd St. in Picayune.The center provides assets such as a computer lab, diploma program,parent training, enhanced literacy support and positive youthdevelopment classes. The center hosts many benefits, from preparingchildren for kindergarten to helping parents acquire their GED or highschool diploma.Excel by 5Excel By 5 is a certification process by which a community is formallyrecognized as “child friendly” by using community collaborations toidentify gaps in early childhood resources and addressing the health,education, and safety needs of children from birth to 5 years of age. Theoverarching goal of the certification process is that all of the children inthe community are ready to learn when they start school at the age of five.13

familyService Area: Family &Community EngagementParent, Family and Community Engagement at Picayune Early Head Startincludes building relationships to support family well-being, positiverelationships between parents and their children, and ongoing learningfor both parents and children. The program has a systematic, integratedand comprehensive approach to family engagement and has maintainedthe Parent, Family, and Community Engagement (PFCE) goals and plans.Parents are provided with opportunities to volunteer at their child’sschool, attend parent/child conferences, participate in home visits andincrease their understanding of child readiness expectations bycontributing to the Early Head Start School Readiness Plan. Familyadvocates provide support to families through the analysis of needs, goalsetting and access to support systems when indicated.

Community PartnershipsPSD EHS Program Director, Dr. Pamela Thomas, teaches the CDACertification classes that meets the 120 clock hours of professionaldevelopment required by the Council for Professional Recognition, withhours provided via Pearl River Community College. Participants completetheir required “classroom hours” at Picayune School District Early HeadStart or with EHS child care partners around Pearl River County. Dr.Thomas also assists participants with the completion of their professionalportfolios, which includes: (A) the collection of Resources. Next theCandidate (B) writes Reflective Statements of Competence using, at keypoints, many of the resources she/he collected. The experience culminatesin (C) the writing of the Professional Philosophy Statement whichsummarizes her/his viewpoint and may take into account learning thatoccurred during the building of the Portfolio. Classes occur evenings andweekends at both Picayune Early Head Start and the Picayune FamilyResource & Education Center. Other certification trainings to be offeredinclude Nursing Assistant, CPR/First Aid/ AED, Phlebotomy, and Electrical.communityA variety of training programs are being offered evenings and weekendsvia PSD Early Head Start’s partnership with the Pearl River CommunityCollege’s Workforce Training Program and funding from Families First forMississippi. This partnership allows participants interested incertifications to receive the training locally that they need to enter theworkforce.15

communityCommunity PartnersPARTNERING AGENCYSERVICE TYPECONTACTPregnancy Support ServicesPregnancyBonita WynnMS State Department of Health WICNutritionDavid SimmonsGrowing Smiles of PicayuneOral HealthTrey Combs, DMDMargaret Reed Crosby Memorial LibraryLiteracyCarol Phares, DirectorPSD Occupational Child Care ProgramDevelopmentalTeresa StaffordPearl River Community CollegeHigher EducationDr. Adam Breerwood,PresidentPRCC – College of NursingHigher EducationDr. Arlene C. Jones, Dir.Annie’s Kindergarten & DaycareChildcareAnnie Means, DirectorPoplarville School District SpecialEducationEducationMichelle Meadows, Dir.Pearl River County Dept of HumanServicesFamily ServicesCheryl BoundsMcCarty Learning CenterChildcareFelicia Perkins, DirectorPearl River County School Dist.Exceptional Ed.Special EducationMike Posey, DirectorFirst Steps (State Early InterventionServices)Early InterventionAnn Brock, DirectorPicayune School District Exceptional Ed.Special EducationDiane Wise, DirectorMSU Extension ServiceEducationPatricia JonesMississippi Action for Progress, Head StartEarly EducationJohn Guy, Reg. ManagerPRCC Child Development Lab SchoolChildcareJudy ShawLinda’s Family ChildcareChildcareLinda StallingsBonano & GouguetParent WellbeingRhonda Sanders, LCSWMS Department of Health – NutritionNutritionDavid Simmons, LDNLower Pearl River Valley FoundationFoundationMr. Clyde Dease (Pres.)Children’s International Medical GroupPhysical HealthChristopher Fletcher,CPNPPearl River Valley OpportunityResource AgencyDr. Johnny BallTracey Boston, LCSWParent WellbeingDr. Tracey BostonInnovative Health SolutionsPhysical HealthMatthew HenleyManna MinistriesEmergency Needs/ Medical ServicesJameye Martin, R.N.Pamela Frazier, Registered NurseHealth / SafetyPamela Frazier, R.N.Highland Community HospitalHealthDebbie Farmer, R.N.Bank PlusFinancial LiteracyMississippi Dept of Employment SecurityWorkforcePearl River Community College – Career &Technical EducationCareer &TechnicalTrainingTerry Farr, VicePresidentMark Henry, ExecutiveDirectorDr. Scott Alsobrooks,VP for Economic &Community Dev.

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Eligibility, recruitment,selection, Enrollment, &Attendance enter-based EligibilityPublic Assistance7%40Less than 1 yr301 Year Old202 year old10Pregnant Women0Participants by Age / CategoryBelow 100%Poverty76%100% - 130%Poverty2%EthnicityAfrican Foster7%Homeless0%PercentageCCp EligibilityPublicAssistance7%Less than 1 year old301 Year Old202 year old10Pregnant Women0Overincome9%100% - 130%Poverty2%40Participants by Age / CategoryBelow 100%Poverty75%EthnicityAfrican AmericanWhiteHispanicMultiracial050100

PSD EHS educational goals include supporting infant and toddler growth ina safe, nurturing, developmentally appropriate early childhood program incollaboration with families and the community. In order to provide aconsistent nurturing environment, EHS practices "continuity of care" whichmeans that the child will have the same caregiver in a 1 to 4 teacher-childratio until they are ready for preschool.AssessmentsEHS teachers use a variety of sources to prepare weekly lesson plans thatmeet children's individual needs. These include: Creative Curriculum,Nutrition Plans, ISFP's, mental health plans, health screenings, medicalreports, parent goals, and children's interests. Also, the RevisedInfant/Toddler Environment Rating Scale and the Infant / ToddlerClassroom Assessment Scoring System (CLASS) are used to monitorclassroom environments.PSD EHS teachers use Teaching Strategies GOLD (TSG) to blend ongoingobservational assessment for all areas of development and learning withperformance tasks for selected predictors of school success in the areas ofliteracy and numeracy. TSG is used to assess all children, including Englishlanguage learners, children with disabilities, and children who demonstratecompetencies beyond typical developmental expectations.TSG is not intended as a screening or diagnostic measure, an achievementtest, or a program-evaluation tool. PSD EHS utilizes other screeningmeasures, such as the Brigance Early Head Start Screen, which allowteachers to easily identify potential developmental delays and giftedness inlanguage, motor, self-help, social-emotional, and cognitive skills. TSG, inaddition to information gathered from other screeners, is used to documentchildren’s learning over time, inform instruction, and facilitatecommunication with families and other stakeholders.Supporting Children with DisabilitiesFor children with disabilities, all FIRST STEPS (early intervention) processesbegin during the first week of school to ensure that there is not a lag inservices. Also, through monitoring progress and referrals, additionalchildren have been identified as needing access to early interventionservices. Our teachers and nursing staff are members of the interventionteam whose goals are to ensure that all children receive individualized andquality services. Parents receive support to learn how to advocate for theirchild’s needs so that that when children with disabilities transition topreschool, parents are able to make decisions and express those needs totheir children’s next teacher(s).educationService Area: Education& disability services19

educationINFANT AND TODDLER EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES (EHS PROGRAMS)Number of EHS Center-Based children enrolled in the program who have anindividualized family service plan (IFSP) indicating that they have been18determined eligible by the PART C agency to received early interventionservices under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)Number of EHS Child Care Partnership children enrolled in the program whohave an individualized family service plan (IFSP) indicating that they have4been determined eligible by the PART C agency to received early interventionservices under the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)CHIDLREN RECEIVING PART C EARLY INTERVENTION SERVICES22PERCENTAGE OF TOTAL PARTICIPANTS ( N 222)10%Assessment Timeline August 2015– Brigance screening to identify each child’s developmentalstatus. Any child identified as having difficulties is monitored byteachers, Curriculum Manager, and parents to determine whetheradditional referrals are needed. September 2015 / January 2016 / April 2016 Full TSG Assessment byClassroom Teachers. TSG enables teachers to focus on and measure theknowledge, skills, and behaviors most predictive of school success. Thetool has a total of 38 objectives. Two objectives are related specificallyto English language acquisition, and the other 36 objectives areorganized into ten areas of development and content-area learning. Monthly – Teachers complete monthly anecdotal records (a writtenrecord of a child's progress based on milestones particular to cognitivedevelopment). Teachers observe and then record results in TSG of a child's actions andwork, pictures, sample work and video recordings throughout the daywhile the activities are occurring to document each child’s progress.

See the Teaching Strategies Gold Snapshot Reports for the Fall and Spring Assessments to show theprogress of children enrolled in Center-based and Child Care Partnership Programs last year. Bycomparing children's results to expectations established by research, positive development is evidentin all domains. For both groups, the number of children not meeting expectations in the Fall decreased,and the number of children meeting and exceeding expectations increased in all domains ofdevelopment by the end of the year.PSD EHS - Centerbased OutcomesFall 2016 - N etingCognitiveLiteracyMathematicsExceedingSpring 2017 - N 120100%39%50%51%10%39%53%41% thematicsExceedingPSD EHS - Child Care Partnership / Family Child CareFall 2016 - N 102100%50%65%70%58%36%31%5%4%4%23%63%54%49% pring 2017 - N lowMeetingCognitiveLiteracyMathematicsExceeding21

educationSupporting Dual Language LearnersAlthough, the primary languageof the families in which weserve is English and theprimary language of thefamilies and children in whichwe serve is English, wecontinue to match the primarycaregiver in the program tochildren based on sharedlanguage and cultural heritageas well as ensure that all childcare environments, curricula,and daily activities reflect theculture of the families served,as well as the proposedservices. These include posters,artworks, and books thatcelebrate cultural diversity andrespect for all persons.All staff will continue to be trained on cultural diversity. Also, in keepingwith the Performance Standards, PSD EHS is committed to using a culturallyand linguistically relevant approach to instructional services to assistlimited English proficient children progress toward acquisition of theEnglish language, while making meaningful progress toward developingand demonstrating broader language and literacy knowledge and skills. PSDEHS has two bilingual employees.

Service Area: health,safety, & nutritionGraphic Overview of Program Year 2016-2017Overview of percentages of children enrolled in the Center-Based,Family Child Care Home, and Child Care Partnership options that areup-to-date on age appropriate check-ups, immunizations, andcompleted dental Child CareCenter-Based100%FCC/Child Care100%Immun.100%100%Dental100%100%CheckupsEHS Pregnancy ProgramSee an overview of the PSD’s Early Head Start’s Pregnancy Program ldren's Health23%Enrolled Pregnant Women23

Staff HealthhealthThe Staff’s Health is also recognized as a vital part of the Health Program.This includes the general health of the staff (initial and then annual check-ups& TB testing/screening), trainings concerning updated health information,trainings to provide staff with the necessary material and knowledge forprotection against contact with potential infectious material and diseases(Universal Precautions), and trainings on safety topics such as CPR/PediatricFirst Aid, Reducing the Risk of SIDS, How to Recognize an Allergic Reaction,and Choking Hazards.Oral HealthDr. Trey Combs, D.M.D., provides dental services for the children enrolled inPSD EHS that do not have an existing dental home. He is the first DentalProfessional in our community that began accepting Medicaid. Acomprehensive dental exam is conducted on all children once they turn 12months of age and continue with follow-up visits every six months. If anyfollow-up treatment is required, our program works with the parent to makesure the needed services are completed. Throughout the program year ourcommunity has had other dental professionals to provide services to ourfamilies. Other professionals located only thirty minutes from our communityinclude Pearl River Dental Clinic, Dr. Estep, and Kids Dental Zone.Nutritional ServicesThe Picayune School District Early Head Start provides foods that are low infat, sugar and salt. We respect cultural influences and encourage our familiesto make suggestions for menu items that reflect their family’s heritage. All ofour food choices and menus have to be approved by the State HealthDepartment. Our program has a consulting Registered Dietician to provideadvice and help when needed. Food is never used as punishment or reward.Children are encouraged to try new food items as they are developmentallyready to do so. Special diets are accommodated with a doctor’s order.

SafetyThe Picayune School District Early Head Start works hard to uphold thesafety for all children, families and staff. Children learn through routine, soit is important that children have drills conducted on a regular basis toreinforce the correct safety procedures. The PSD EHS conducts threeemergency drills during each month. They include a Fire Drill, a TornadoDrill, and a Suspicious Intruder Drill.Pedestrian safety training isconducted for parents each year and a emergency bus evacuation drill isperformed each year by the PSD EHS Safety Monitor. Monthly safety checksare conducted to maintain a healthy & safe environment.safety25

TransitionEHS TRANSITIONIn May 2017, eighty-eight (88) children (29 from EHS - Picayune, 20 from EHS- Nicholson, 39 from Childcare Partners) transitioned out of Early Head Startinto preschool. PSD EHS’ transition goal is to support families so that thechange is as smooth as possible. Early Head Start Managers meet with theparents to find out what parents intend for their child’s preschool educationand coordinate meetings for those wanting to apply for the Picayune SchoolDistrict Pre-K Program. Children attend a field trip to “big school” and read abook designed by a Picayune School District Preschool Teacher called “It’sFun to Be There” to prepare them for the next school year. The children alsomake an “All About Me” booklet to give to their next teacher with help fromtheir parents and their EHS teacher.

PARENT EDUCATIONParent edAt Picayune Early Head Start, it is important to us that parents and familieshave the opportunity to advance their own learning interests througheducation, training and other experiences that support their parenting,careers, and life goals. In addition to involving parents in program policymaking and operations, PSD EHS provides parent involvement and educationactivities that are responsive to the ongoing and expressed needs of theparents, both as individuals and as members of a group.27

devStaffStaff devSTAFF PROFESSIONALDEVELOPMENTPicayune School District Early Head Start believes that having qualified staffis one of the drivers of student achievement. High quality professionalsneed professional development in order to increase their knowledge, skills,attitudes, and beliefs so that they can facilitate learning at the highestlevels. We network and partner with local community colleges anduniversities within a 70 mile radius to assist our staff (teaching and nonteaching) in obtaining Associate Degrees, Bachelor Degrees, and otherhigher education. All of our EHS teachers have either an Associate Degree inEarly Childhood Education / Child Development or Child DevelopmentAssociate Credential. Also, all EHS Managers and Coordinators haveBachelor’s, Master’s or Doctoral Degrees.

Funds and Expenditures:Center-BasedTraining &TechnicalAssistance 40,726Total AnnualPSD EHSCenter-BasedFunds 2,154,430 Non-Federal(In-Kind) 422,741EHS CENTER-BASED PROGRAM EXPENDITURESBUDGET CATEGORIESPROGRAM OPERATIONPersonnel 1,016,000.00Fringe Benefits 467,301.00Travel 37,411.00Equipment 33,000.00Supplies 51,036.00Contractual 54,215.00Other 32,000.00 1,690,963.00TOTALfunds ProgramOperations(Federal) 1,690,96329

Funds and Expenditures:Child Care Partnershipfunds ProgramOperations(Federal)2,978,300Training &TechnicalAssistance 126,000Total AnnualPSD EHSCCP Funds 3,848,875 Non-Federal(In-Kind) 744,575EHS CHILD CARE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM EXPENDITURESBUDGET CATEGORIESPROGRAM OPERATIONPersonnel 646,401.00Fringe Benefits 185,476.00Travel 19,359.00Equipment 174,958.00Supplies 72,150.00Contractual 100,675.00Facilities / Construction 87,325.00Other 1,691,956.00 2,978,300.00TOTAL17

In-Kind Donations andCommunity Match SupportEHS Center-Based : Cash & In-Kind 300,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0EHS ccp : Cash & In-Kind 60,000 50,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 10,000 0In-kind 250,00031

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Picayune School District Early Head Start – Picayune1620 Rosa St., Picayune, MS 39466Phone: (601) 799-4702 Fax: (601) 799-5448Picayune School District Early Head Start – Nicholson1865 Hwy 11 S, Picayune, MS 39466Phone: (601) 798-7808 Fax: (601) 798-4085EHS Program Web Address: www.psdehs.comPSD Web Address: http://picayune.schooldesk.net

PSD Occupational Child Care Program Developmental Teresa Stafford Pearl River Community College Higher Education Dr. Adam Breerwood, President PRCC – College of Nursing Higher Education Dr. Arlene C. Jones, Dir. Annie’s Kindergarten & Daycare Childcare Annie Mean