Here's what you need to know


  1. ICYMI: Addressing Child Incidents Through a Culture of Safety aired Thursday, October 13, 2022, OHS leadership staff discuss the use of monitoring data to reveal patterns of child health and safety incidents across Head Start programs and the importance of reporting health and safety incidents, identify the federal staff to whom programs must report, and lay out the time frame for reporting incidents. Click here to download slides. ECLKC 

  2. Don't miss our next Free Music Class with Play Motion Music Wednesday, November 2, 2022, @ 10:00 AM ET. Each week Nick will interact with your students as they jump like a frog, fly like a bird, go riding on a train, read and play music notes with hand percussion instruments and tell musical stories. These free classes run through November 16

  3. NHSA Post-Election Debrief & Discussion Thursday, November 10, 2022 @ 4:00 PM, ET, Join NHSA and their government affairs consultants, who will discuss the results of the 2022 midterm elections and what they see as the big talking points coming out of the elections, how those issues will impact Head Start, and who they see as the emerging Congressional leaders for Head Start on key committees and in the incoming freshman class

Please visit our WYNTK resource webpage, which is updated regularly, and the FHSA events list for more information. If there is something else you need guidance on, let us know - we will continue to work with state agencies and partners to answer your questions. 


Wanda Minick 
Executive Director 

FHSA Leadership Training & Awards Luncheon

Florida Head Start Association

111 N. Gadsden Street, Suite 200
Tallahassee, FL 32301
(850) 694-6477
[email protected]