Early Head Start Parent Committee
The Parent Committee meets once a month, usually on the second Tuesday of the month.
The committee is made up of all of the parents enrolled in the Early Head Start Program. Currently, the committee meets monthly, but meeting schedules are set by committee members. Through these meetings, you can be involved in the operation of the EHS program.
The role of the parent committee includes:
* advising staff in developing and implementing local program policies and activities,
* participating in the recruitment and screening of Early Head Start employees,
* planning informal and formal activities for parents and staff, and
* selecting a minimum of four parent members to represent the committee on the Policy Council.
Parents are expected to complete a minimum of 10 parent meetings each program year.
It is important that parents attend Parent Committee meetings so that they can be kept informed of their child’s experience at Moore Community House. In this way, we can be partners with you in providing quality care for your child.