Board of Directors Resource Documents available as included in Board Orientation Manuals.
CURRENT BOARD LIST effective Aug 2017
Board Mentor Assignments
NRCA Bylaws Sept 2017
Tentative Board meeting schedule 2017
Duties and Responsibilities of Board members updated Feb 2016
Board Eligibility for NRCA services
Board Structure updated 2016
Past Board Member Terms
Head Start Program Governance Guide
Annual Board Workplan 2017-18
Annual Workplan 2016-17 final report
Fiduciary Responsibilities 2017
Freedom of Information Act Guide for Members of Public Bodies
Tax Exemption Certificate
Audit FY 2017
Board Audit Training Oct 2017
990 form for 2015
NRCA Locations by Owners
Financial Policies and Procedures update 07-20-17
Financial Statement Sample
Head Start Program Governance Training:
Building Skills of Head Start Leaders
The Head Start Program Governance Training: Building Skills of Head Start Leaders is a comprehensive, self-paced training. It is designed for new and experienced governing body, and Head Start Policy Council members. The training module provides skill-building activities that will help governance leaders practice and fulfill their important role.
The module includes interactive activities that offer life-like scenarios for developing and furthering Head Start governance leadership skills. Grantees can use the module to develop a training plan for their governing bodies and Policy Councils, as required by Sec. 642(d)(3) of the Head Start Act and the terms and conditions for their five year project period grant award.
Topics covered in the module include:
- Fulfilling your governance role
- Reviewing Head Start reports and asking thoughtful questions in response
- Making effective decisions and resolving conflicts
- Envisioning a better future and program planning
- Becoming a Head Start ambassador
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Head Start Governing Body Certification
This comprehensive training module is designed for new and current governing body, as well as Head Start directors and executive directors. It provides an orientation to their important role in overseeing a Head Start program.
- The history and mission of Head Start
- Head Start governance regulations, systems, and procedures
- The legal and fiscal responsibilities of the governing body
Grantees can use the module to develop a training plan for their governing bodies, as required by Section 642(d)(3) of the Head Start Act and the terms of their five year grant. Participants who successfully complete all of the training will receive a certificate of completion.
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