Head Start Region XI Program Demographics

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The following reports use data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. These estimates are then combined with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. These reports are only an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Links to Region XI Head Start Program Reports:


Alamo Early Childhood Center Early Head Start
Alamo Early Childhood Center Head Start
Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc.
Aroostook Band Of Micmac Indians
Assiniboine & Sioux
Association Of Village Council Presidents
Bad River Tribal Council
Big Sandy Rancheria Tribal Head Start
Bishop Indian Head Start Program
Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Ehs
Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Hs
Bois Forte Reservation Tribal Council
Caddo Indian Nation Of Oklahoma
California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.
Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Early Head Start
Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Head Start
Chehalis Indian Community Ehs
Chehalis Indian Community Hs
Chemehuevi Indian Tribe
Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit
Cherokee Nation Early Head Start
Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Of Oklahoma Head Start
Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Head Start
Choctaw Nation Of Oklahoma
Chugachmiut Head Start
Cocopah Head Start
Coeur D’alene Tribe, Early Head Start
Coeur D’alene Tribe, Head Start
Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start
Colville Confederated Tribes
Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Ehs
Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Hs
Confederated Tribes Of Grand Ronde Community Of Oregon
Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians
Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Res.
Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Ehs
Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Hs
Cook Inlet Native Head Start
Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start
Council Of Athabascan Tribal Governments
Crow Head Start Program
Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Early Head Start
Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Head Start
Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Head Start
Fairbanks Native Association Early Head Start
Fairbanks Native Association Head Start
Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos Head Start
Fond Du Lac Early Head Start
Fond Du Lac Head Start
Fort Belknap Head Start
Gila River Indian Community Ehs
Gila River Indian Community Hs
Grand Portage Reservation Tribal Council
Grand Ronde Head Start
Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians
Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Ehs
Haak’u Learning Center
Havasupai Head Start
Ho-chunk Head Start Program
Hoopa Tribal Early Head Start
Hoopa Tribal Head Start
Hopi Tribe
Howonquet Head Start
Hualapai Head Start
Ili Uusim Mahtawapo (pascua Yaqui Head Start)
Inter Tribal Council Of Nevada
Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc.
Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Ehs
Iowa Tribe Of Oklahoma
Iswa Development Corporation
Jicarilla Apache Early Head Start Program
Jicarilla Apache Head Start Program
Karuk Tribe Of California
Kawerak Early Head Start
Kawerak Head Start
Kenaitze Indian Tribe
Kickapoo Head Start, Inc.
Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Of Texas
Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Ehs
Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Hs
Kiowa Tribe Head Start Program
Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Ehs
Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Hs
Leech Lake Early Head Start
Leech Lake Head Start
Lower Brule Sioux Tribe
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Early Head Start
Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Head Start
Lummi Early Head Start
Lummi Head Start
Makah Early Head Start
Makah Head Start
Maliseet Head Start
Menominee Nation Early Childhood Early Head Start
Menominee Nation Early Childhood Head Start
Mescalero Apache Head Start Program
Metlakatla Indian Head Start Program
Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Ehs
Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Hs
Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Early Head Start
Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Head Start
Mountain Empire Campo Kumeyaay Head Start
Muckleshoot Indian Tribe
Muscogee Creek Nation
Navajo Nation Early Head Start
Navajo Nation Head Start
Nez Perce Tribe Ehs
Nez Perce Tribe Hs
Nisqually Indian Tribe Head Start
Nooksack Indian Tribe
Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Head Start
Oglala Lakota College Early Head Start
Oglala Lakota College Head Start
Omaha Tribe Of Nebraska
Oneida Early Head Start
Oneida Head Start
Osage Nation Head Start
Otoe-missouria Tribe
Passamaquoddy Head Start
Pinoleville Native American Head Start
Ponca Tribe Of Oklahoma
Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Early Head Start
Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Head Start
Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Ehs
Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Hs
Pueblo Of Isleta
Pueblo Of Isleta Head Start & Child Care
Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Ehs
Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Hs
Pueblo Of San Felipe Head Start
Pueblo Of Zuni Head Start Program
Quechan Tribe
Quileute Head Start
Quinault Indian Nation Early Head Start
Quinault Indian Nation Head Start
Ramah Navajo Head Start
Red Cliff Early Head Start Program
Red Cliff Head Start Program
Red Lake Head Start
Redding Rancheria Head Start
Reno-sparks Indian Colony
Rocky Boy Early Head Start
Rocky Boy Head Start
Rosebud Sioux Tribe Head Start
Round Valley Indian Tribes
Rural America Initiatives Ehs
Rural America Initiatives Hs
Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Early Head Start
Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Head Start
Samish Indian Nation
San Carlos Apache Tribe Head Start
San Juan Pueblo
Santa Clara Pueblo
Santee Sioux Nation Head Start
Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center
Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Ehs
Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Ehs
Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Hs
Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Ehs
Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Hs
Seneca Nation Of Indians
Shoshone & Arapaho Early Head Start
Shoshone & Arapaho Head Start
Shoshone-bannock Tribal Business Council
Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Ehs
Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Hs
Skokomish Indian Tribe
Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Ehs
Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Hs
Spokane Tribe Of Indians Head Start
St Regis Mohawk Tribe
St. Croix Tribal Head Start
Standing Rock 0-5 Head Start Program
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Early Head Start
Stockbridge-munsee Head Start
Suquamish Tribe Early Head Start
Suquamish Tribe Head Start
Tanana Chiefs Conference Ehs
Tanana Chiefs Conference Hs
Taos Pueblo Head Start
The Chickasaw Nation Head Start
The Tulalip Tribes
Three Affiliated Tribes
Tlingit & Haida Head Start
Tohono O’odham Nation
Turtle Mountain Band Of Chippewa Indians
Upper Skagit Indian Tribe
Ute Indian Tribe Head Start
Ute Mountain Ute Tribe
Walatowa Head Start
Washoe Tribe Of Nevada And California
White Earth Ojibwe Reservation Business Committee
White Earth Reservation Business Committee
White Mountain Apache Tribe
Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska
Yakama Nation Head Start
Yankton Sioux Tribe
Yurok Tribe Head Start
Yurok Tribe Head Start-early Head Start
Zaasijiwan Early Head Start
Zaasijiwan Head Start

: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 0 0

: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 0
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Alamo Early Childhood Center Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Alamo Early Childhood Center Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Alamo Early Childhood Center Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 69 76 75 65 63

Alamo Early Childhood Center Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Alamo Early Childhood Center Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 59
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 4
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Alamo Early Childhood Center Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Alamo Early Childhood Center Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Alamo Early Childhood Center Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 71 78 76 77 77

Alamo Early Childhood Center Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Alamo Early Childhood Center Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 73
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 4
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc.: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc.: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 09.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 04.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 17 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 5 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 52 in 2014, Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc. served approximately 305.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc. 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 7581 6941 6987 7106 7419
Percent of population under 5 02.6% 03.1% 03.5% 03.4% 03.8%
Population under 5 200 222 246 244 286
Poverty rate for young families 04.1% 03.0% 02.7% 05.4% 09.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 5 4 4 8 17
Total cumulative enrollment 74 69 55 64 52

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc.: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Aleutian Pribilof Islands Association, Inc. Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 5 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 37
Asian 1 6
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 6
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 3 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 9 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 3

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Aroostook Band Of Micmac Indians: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Aroostook Band Of Micmac Indians: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 19.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 60.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 4 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 8 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 20 in 2014, Aroostook Band Of Micmac Indians served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Aroostook Band Of Micmac Indians 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 258 268 318 300 276
Percent of population under 5 08.5% 13.0% 08.8% 08.6% 12.6%
Population under 5 22 35 28 26 35
Poverty rate for young families 60.6% 47.6% 11.9% 12.8% 19.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 8 10 2 2 4
Total cumulative enrollment 20 20 20 20 20

Aroostook Band Of Micmac Indians: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Aroostook Band Of Micmac Indians Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 6
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 14
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 1 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 5 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Assiniboine & Sioux: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Assiniboine & Sioux: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 18.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 193 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 94 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 256 in 2014, Assiniboine & Sioux served approximately 132.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Assiniboine & Sioux 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 9528 9489 9747 10085 10262
Percent of population under 5 09.0% 09.2% 08.9% 09.2% 09.5%
Population under 5 867 882 877 937 985
Poverty rate for young families 18.0% 31.5% 25.6% 29.1% 32.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 94 167 135 164 193
Total cumulative enrollment 303 282 289 253 256

Assiniboine & Sioux: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Assiniboine & Sioux Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 150 251
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 26 5
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 3 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Association Of Village Council Presidents: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Association Of Village Council Presidents: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 23.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 16.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 160 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 106 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 246 in 2014, Association Of Village Council Presidents served approximately 153.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Association Of Village Council Presidents 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10446 10607 10783 10646 10840
Percent of population under 5 09.9% 09.4% 09.7% 10.1% 10.3%
Population under 5 1040 1003 1052 1077 1120
Poverty rate for young families 16.9% 22.7% 23.6% 18.7% 23.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 106 137 149 121 160
Total cumulative enrollment 244 269 254 248 246

Association Of Village Council Presidents: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Association Of Village Council Presidents Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 118 245
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 13 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 1 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Bad River Tribal Council: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Bad River Tribal Council: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 42.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 45.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 24 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 29 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 62 in 2014, Bad River Tribal Council served approximately 258.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Bad River Tribal Council 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1492 1466 1502 1519 1394
Percent of population under 5 07.1% 10.5% 08.3% 06.0% 06.7%
Population under 5 107 155 126 92 94
Poverty rate for young families 45.1% 51.6% 38.3% 43.4% 42.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 29 48 29 24 24
Total cumulative enrollment 62 58 60 65 62

Bad River Tribal Council: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Bad River Tribal Council Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 14 56
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 8 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

Contact Early Childhood Analytics to inquire about the full version of this report for your program.

Big Sandy Rancheria Tribal Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Big Sandy Rancheria Tribal Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Big Sandy Rancheria Tribal Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 216 198 176 230 201
Percent of population under 5 15.2% 14.1% 09.6% 14.7% 09.9%
Population under 5 33 28 17 34 20
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 24 22 22 27 21

Big Sandy Rancheria Tribal Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Big Sandy Rancheria Tribal Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 5
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 4 11
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 6 5
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 3

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Bishop Indian Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Bishop Indian Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 08.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 9 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 60 in 2014, Bishop Indian Head Start Program served approximately 666.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Bishop Indian Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1828 1651 1667 1796 1827
Percent of population under 5 05.0% 06.8% 07.6% 07.8% 09.3%
Population under 5 93 113 128 141 171
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 14.7% 14.3% 10.6% 08.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 10 11 9 9
Total cumulative enrollment 60 60 60 60 60

Bishop Indian Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Bishop Indian Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 11 5
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 10 55
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 4 0
Hispanic of Latino 17 4

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Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 21.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 25.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 125 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 153 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 175 in 2014, Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Ehs served approximately .4.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10429 10582 10540 10581 10994
Percent of population under 5 09.6% 09.1% 09.5% 09.5% 08.6%
Population under 5 1011 973 1011 1015 956
Poverty rate for young families 25.2% 09.9% 17.1% 20.1% 21.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 153 58 104 123 125
Total cumulative enrollment 197 166 176 150 175

Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 171 171
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 2
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 1 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 21.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 25.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 125 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 153 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 338 in 2014, Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Hs served approximately 270.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10429 10582 10540 10581 10994
Percent of population under 5 09.6% 09.1% 09.5% 09.5% 08.6%
Population under 5 1011 973 1011 1015 956
Poverty rate for young families 25.2% 09.9% 17.1% 20.1% 21.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 153 58 104 123 125
Total cumulative enrollment 290 356 358 341 338

Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Blackfeet Tribal Business Council Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1 5
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 171 331
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 2
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 1 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Bois Forte Reservation Tribal Council: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Bois Forte Reservation Tribal Council: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 05.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 2 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 39 in 2014, Bois Forte Reservation Tribal Council served approximately 9.5.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Bois Forte Reservation Tribal Council 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 693 819 852 875 946
Percent of population under 5 08.8% 11.9% 09.2% 08.8% 06.9%
Population under 5 61 98 79 77 66
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% 02.1% 05.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 1 2
Total cumulative enrollment 51 59 62 50 39

Bois Forte Reservation Tribal Council: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Bois Forte Reservation Tribal Council Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 16
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 1 16
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 7
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Caddo Indian Nation Of Oklahoma: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Caddo Indian Nation Of Oklahoma: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 13.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 09.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 86 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 44 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 92 in 2014, Caddo Indian Nation Of Oklahoma served approximately 106.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Caddo Indian Nation Of Oklahoma 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 14535 15060 15097 14965 15173
Percent of population under 5 05.0% 06.3% 06.2% 06.4% 07.0%
Population under 5 741 963 951 972 1077
Poverty rate for young families 09.8% 11.0% 12.2% 12.1% 13.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 44 64 70 71 86
Total cumulative enrollment 133 93 82 87 92

Caddo Indian Nation Of Oklahoma: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Caddo Indian Nation Of Oklahoma Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 52 25
Black/African American 2 0
AI/AN 40 42
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 10 2
Two or more races 34 22
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 64 0
Hispanic of Latino 28 7

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California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 09.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 4 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 99 in 2014, California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. served approximately 247.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 469 450 433 406 521
Percent of population under 5 14.0% 17.5% 16.8% 12.3% 13.6%
Population under 5 66 79 73 50 71
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 25.3% 22.8% 23.3% 09.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 12 10 7 4
Total cumulative enrollment 104 95 98 95 99

California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc. Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 14
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 5 69
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 4
Two or more races 3 10
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 16 37

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Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 11.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 698 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 709 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 41 in 2014, Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Early Head Start served approximately 005.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 171639 172752 174512 175847 177708
Percent of population under 5 06.0% 06.1% 06.1% 06.2% 06.2%
Population under 5 10411 10642 10810 11070 11122
Poverty rate for young families 11.3% 11.6% 10.9% 09.6% 10.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 709 742 711 640 698
Total cumulative enrollment 42 51 43 43 41

Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 533 5
Black/African American 64 1
AI/AN 138 28
Asian 26 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 18 1
Two or more races 161 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 843 0
Hispanic of Latino 146 1

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Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 11.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 698 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 709 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 136 in 2014, Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Head Start served approximately 019.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 171639 172752 174512 175847 177708
Percent of population under 5 06.0% 06.1% 06.1% 06.2% 06.2%
Population under 5 10411 10642 10810 11070 11122
Poverty rate for young families 11.3% 11.6% 10.9% 09.6% 10.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 709 742 711 640 698
Total cumulative enrollment 173 185 185 136 136

Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Central Tribes Of The Shawnee Area, Inc. Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 533 34
Black/African American 64 5
AI/AN 138 72
Asian 26 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 18 1
Two or more races 161 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 843 0
Hispanic of Latino 146 28

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Chehalis Indian Community Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Chehalis Indian Community Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 39.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 24 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 39 in 2014, Chehalis Indian Community Ehs served approximately 162.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Chehalis Indian Community Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 660 757 731 861 847
Percent of population under 5 1.% 12.1% 14.7% 16.0% 11.9%
Population under 5 66 92 108 138 101
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 10.8% 12.3% 19.3% 39.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 6 8 16 24
Total cumulative enrollment 39 42 38 45 39

Chehalis Indian Community Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Chehalis Indian Community Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 6 7
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 10 30
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 6 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 5

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Chehalis Indian Community Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Chehalis Indian Community Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 39.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 24 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 53 in 2014, Chehalis Indian Community Hs served approximately 220.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Chehalis Indian Community Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 660 757 731 861 847
Percent of population under 5 1.% 12.1% 14.7% 16.0% 11.9%
Population under 5 66 92 108 138 101
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 10.8% 12.3% 19.3% 39.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 6 8 16 24
Total cumulative enrollment 54 51 53 56 53

Chehalis Indian Community Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Chehalis Indian Community Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 6 17
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 10 34
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 6 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 6

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Chemehuevi Indian Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Chemehuevi Indian Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 64.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 66.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 24 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 14 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 22 in 2014, Chemehuevi Indian Tribe served approximately 091.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Chemehuevi Indian Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 232 226 240 277 345
Percent of population under 5 15.0% 11.5% 10.4% 12.9% 17.9%
Population under 5 35 26 25 36 62
Poverty rate for young families 66.6% 64.1% 66.6% 64.8% 64.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 14 10 10 14 24
Total cumulative enrollment 28 24 20 21 22

Chemehuevi Indian Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Chemehuevi Indian Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 7 16
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 11 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 3 1

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Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 16.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 18.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 3350 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 3818 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 730 in 2014, Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit served approximately 021.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 496119 502444 504789 506432 509005
Percent of population under 5 07.0% 07.0% 06.8% 06.7% 06.7%
Population under 5 35224 35673 34830 34437 34612
Poverty rate for young families 18.0% 16.1% 16.1% 16.6% 16.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 3818 3467 3385 3443 3350
Total cumulative enrollment 741 740 750 734 730

Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Cherokee Nation Early Childhood Unit Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1687 162
Black/African American 603 1
AI/AN 783 557
Asian 17 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 10 0
Some other race alone 431 0
Two or more races 1436 10
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2399 0
Hispanic of Latino 1396 15

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Cherokee Nation Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Cherokee Nation Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 16.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 18.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 3350 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 3818 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 284 in 2014, Cherokee Nation Early Head Start served approximately 008.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Cherokee Nation Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 496119 502444 504789 506432 509005
Percent of population under 5 07.0% 07.0% 06.8% 06.7% 06.7%
Population under 5 35224 35673 34830 34437 34612
Poverty rate for young families 18.0% 16.1% 16.1% 16.6% 16.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 3818 3467 3385 3443 3350
Total cumulative enrollment 265 293 261 282 284

Cherokee Nation Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Cherokee Nation Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1687 20
Black/African American 603 4
AI/AN 783 248
Asian 17 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 10 0
Some other race alone 431 0
Two or more races 1436 12
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2399 0
Hispanic of Latino 1396 14

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Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Of Oklahoma Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Of Oklahoma Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 11.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 11.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 855 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 859 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 155 in 2014, Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Of Oklahoma Head Start served approximately 018.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Of Oklahoma Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 169942 172460 174587 175831 177614
Percent of population under 5 07.0% 07.0% 06.9% 07.0% 06.9%
Population under 5 12065 12244 12221 12484 12432
Poverty rate for young families 11.8% 12.2% 11.5% 12.5% 11.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 859 901 850 938 855
Total cumulative enrollment 140 163 152 167 155

Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Of Oklahoma Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribes Of Oklahoma Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 651 24
Black/African American 36 1
AI/AN 53 105
Asian 6 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 10 20
Two or more races 270 5
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 768 0
Hispanic of Latino 399 20

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Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 31.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 28.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 165 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 136 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 258 in 2014, Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Head Start served approximately 156.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8099 8087 8135 8234 8334
Percent of population under 5 09.8% 10.4% 10.2% 10.2% 10.4%
Population under 5 801 849 837 848 875
Poverty rate for young families 28.2% 27.8% 26.4% 25.7% 31.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 136 142 133 131 165
Total cumulative enrollment 286 251 292 267 258

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 8
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 174 241
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 10 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 76 1

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Choctaw Nation Of Oklahoma: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Choctaw Nation Of Oklahoma: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 21.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 19.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 1993 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 1795 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 342 in 2014, Choctaw Nation Of Oklahoma served approximately 017.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Choctaw Nation Of Oklahoma 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 229719 231542 232146 232113 232409
Percent of population under 5 06.5% 06.6% 06.5% 06.5% 06.4%
Population under 5 15161 15513 15321 15319 15106
Poverty rate for young families 19.7% 19.3% 20.7% 21.7% 21.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 1795 1805 1905 1997 1993
Total cumulative enrollment 338 352 356 345 342

Choctaw Nation Of Oklahoma: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Choctaw Nation Of Oklahoma Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1042 94
Black/African American 130 22
AI/AN 344 212
Asian 9 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 2
Some other race alone 193 0
Two or more races 675 11
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 1694 0
Hispanic of Latino 513 48

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Chugachmiut Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Chugachmiut Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Chugachmiut Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 25 26 25 24 27

Chugachmiut Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Chugachmiut Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 24
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Cocopah Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Cocopah Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 27.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 21 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 20 in 2014, Cocopah Head Start served approximately 095.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Cocopah Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 992 986 1021 1148 1172
Percent of population under 5 01.9% 02.8% 06.0% 13.6% 10.8%
Population under 5 19 28 62 157 127
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 23.8% 24.1% 30.7% 27.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 4 9 29 21
Total cumulative enrollment 20 20 20 20 20

Cocopah Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Cocopah Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 6 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 24 19
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 4 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 12 1

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Coeur D’alene Tribe, Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 14.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 27.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 31 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 64 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 44 in 2014, Coeur D’alene Tribe, Early Head Start served approximately 141.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6916 6842 6983 6749 6921
Percent of population under 5 05.5% 05.6% 05.4% 05.4% 04.9%
Population under 5 387 389 384 371 346
Poverty rate for young families 27.5% 26.9% 20.3% 21.5% 14.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 64 63 47 48 31
Total cumulative enrollment 69 58 51 44 44

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 9 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 16 42
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 13 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 13 0
Hispanic of Latino 12 4

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Coeur D’alene Tribe, Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 14.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 27.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 31 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 64 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 45 in 2014, Coeur D’alene Tribe, Head Start served approximately 145.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6916 6842 6983 6749 6921
Percent of population under 5 05.5% 05.6% 05.4% 05.4% 04.9%
Population under 5 387 389 384 371 346
Poverty rate for young families 27.5% 26.9% 20.3% 21.5% 14.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 64 63 47 48 31
Total cumulative enrollment 41 52 41 37 45

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Coeur D’alene Tribe, Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 9 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 16 44
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 13 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 13 0
Hispanic of Latino 12 1

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Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 23.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 08.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 88 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 35 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 195 in 2014, Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start served approximately 221.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 9582 9496 9358 8970 9188
Percent of population under 5 07.0% 07.2% 07.0% 06.9% 06.6%
Population under 5 680 693 664 627 615
Poverty rate for young families 08.5% 14.4% 17.8% 14.8% 23.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 35 60 71 56 88
Total cumulative enrollment 188 201 197 193 195

Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Colorado River Indian Tribes Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 36 24
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 42 120
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 24 43
Two or more races 2 8
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 42 0
Hispanic of Latino 64 68

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Colville Confederated Tribes: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Colville Confederated Tribes: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 37.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 21.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 140 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 92 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 148 in 2014, Colville Confederated Tribes served approximately 105.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Colville Confederated Tribes 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8014 7239 7184 7694 7706
Percent of population under 5 08.9% 09.1% 09.3% 08.7% 08.0%
Population under 5 721 665 675 677 624
Poverty rate for young families 21.2% 32.0% 31.6% 32.9% 37.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 92 128 128 134 140
Total cumulative enrollment 174 172 133 139 148

Colville Confederated Tribes: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Colville Confederated Tribes Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 42 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 75 134
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 2 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 35 13
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 53 0
Hispanic of Latino 47 0

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Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Ehs: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 80 80 51 53 45
Percent of population under 5 0.% %.% 0.% 0.% 0.%
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 44 55 50 58 66

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 5
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 0 55
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 80 80 51 53 45
Percent of population under 5 0.% %.% 0.% 0.% 0.%
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 190 186 197 194 194

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Confederated Salish And Kootenai Tribes Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 20
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 0 163
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 4
Two or more races 0 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Confederated Tribes Of Grand Ronde Community Of Oregon: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Confederated Tribes Of Grand Ronde Community Of Oregon: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 3 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 38 in 2014, Confederated Tribes Of Grand Ronde Community Of Oregon served approximately 126.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Confederated Tribes Of Grand Ronde Community Of Oregon 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 431 509 473 458 408
Percent of population under 5 07.6% 08.6% 09.3% 14.4% 11.7%
Population under 5 33 44 44 66 48
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 03.7% 05.0% 10.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 1 2 3
Total cumulative enrollment 35 36 37 36 38

Confederated Tribes Of Grand Ronde Community Of Oregon: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Confederated Tribes Of Grand Ronde Community Of Oregon Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 4 35
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 34.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 55.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 9 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 11 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 120 in 2014, Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians served approximately 133.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 541 442 476 441 530
Percent of population under 5 06.0% 05.6% 05.4% 04.9% 08.1%
Population under 5 33 25 26 22 43
Poverty rate for young families 55.5% 13.3% 0.% 15.1% 34.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 11 2 0 2 9
Total cumulative enrollment 123 119 127 121 120

Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Confederated Tribes Of Siletz Indians Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 28
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 5 88
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 3 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 3

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Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Res.: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Res.: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 06.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 9 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 43 in 2014, Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Res. served approximately 477.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Res. 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 2907 2956 2837
Percent of population under 5 0 0 08.0% 09.2% 08.2%
Population under 5 0 0 235 274 235
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 10.6% 04.8% 06.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 15 8 9
Total cumulative enrollment 43 44 53 46 43

Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Res.: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Confederated Tribes Of The Umatilla Indian Res. Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 43
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 9 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 6 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 3

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Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 32.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 64 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 83 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 45 in 2014, Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Ehs served approximately 070.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3976 3654 3960 4188 4207
Percent of population under 5 10.6% 11.1% 09.7% 08.7% 07.7%
Population under 5 425 409 388 368 328
Poverty rate for young families 32.5% 27.3% 29.6% 25.3% 32.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 83 67 69 56 64
Total cumulative enrollment 62 62 40 38 45

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 57 44
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 33 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 32.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 64 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 83 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 137 in 2014, Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Hs served approximately 214.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3976 3654 3960 4188 4207
Percent of population under 5 10.6% 11.1% 09.7% 08.7% 07.7%
Population under 5 425 409 388 368 328
Poverty rate for young families 32.5% 27.3% 29.6% 25.3% 32.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 83 67 69 56 64
Total cumulative enrollment 122 139 130 144 137

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Confederated Tribes Of Warm Springs Of Oregon Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 57 127
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 33 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 10

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Cook Inlet Native Head Start: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Cook Inlet Native Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Cook Inlet Native Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 39 46 51 49 43

Cook Inlet Native Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Cook Inlet Native Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 275
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 16

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Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 15.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 60.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 4 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, unchanged from 4 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 21 in 2014, Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start served approximately .25.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 423 512 479 559 474
Percent of population under 5 02.6% 04.2% 03.3% 06.9% 09.0%
Population under 5 11 22 16 39 43
Poverty rate for young families 60.6% 0.% 0.% 12.8% 15.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 4 0 0 3 4
Total cumulative enrollment 21 20 20 20 21

Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Coquille Indian Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 4 16
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 5
Two or more races 1 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 3

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Council Of Athabascan Tribal Governments: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Council Of Athabascan Tribal Governments: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Council Of Athabascan Tribal Governments 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 30 30 37 30 30

Council Of Athabascan Tribal Governments: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Council Of Athabascan Tribal Governments Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 30
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Crow Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Crow Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 22.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 98 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 105 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 0 in 2014, Crow Head Start Program served approximately 0 of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Crow Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6609 7020 7090 6847 6929
Percent of population under 5 11.8% 11.0% 12.0% 11.5% 11.2%
Population under 5 786 779 857 794 782
Poverty rate for young families 22.2% 27.3% 19.2% 23.9% 20.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 105 128 99 114 98
Total cumulative enrollment 304 304 304 304 0

Crow Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Crow Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 136 0
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 10 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 29.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 34.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 145 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 158 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 82 in 2014, Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Early Head Start served approximately 056.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8285 8419 8854 9368 9773
Percent of population under 5 09.0% 09.2% 08.5% 07.9% 08.4%
Population under 5 753 782 761 749 830
Poverty rate for young families 34.9% 30.9% 28.9% 25.3% 29.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 158 145 132 114 145
Total cumulative enrollment 70 70 79 109 82

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 7 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 87 77
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 89 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 12 0
Hispanic of Latino 76 6

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Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 29.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 34.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 145 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 158 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 166 in 2014, Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Head Start served approximately 114.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8285 8419 8854 9368 9773
Percent of population under 5 09.0% 09.2% 08.5% 07.9% 08.4%
Population under 5 753 782 761 749 830
Poverty rate for young families 34.9% 30.9% 28.9% 25.3% 29.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 158 145 132 114 145
Total cumulative enrollment 176 176 156 167 166

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Eastern Band Of Cherokee Indians Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 7 15
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 87 137
Asian 0 2
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 5
Two or more races 89 7
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 12 0
Hispanic of Latino 76 22

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Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 13.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 11.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 52 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 51 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 30 in 2014, Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Head Start served approximately 057.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 9624 9894 10227 10438 10170
Percent of population under 5 07.6% 07.3% 07.3% 06.8% 06.3%
Population under 5 735 727 751 720 650
Poverty rate for young families 11.5% 10.0% 11.7% 11.5% 13.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 51 44 53 50 52
Total cumulative enrollment 36 0 33 36 30

Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Eight Northern Indian Pueblos Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 40 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 23 16
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 28 14
Two or more races 2 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 1 0
Hispanic of Latino 115 14

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Fairbanks Native Association Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Fairbanks Native Association Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Fairbanks Native Association Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 171 274 210 187 155

Fairbanks Native Association Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Fairbanks Native Association Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 52
Black/African American 0 8
AI/AN 0 63
Asian 0 3
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 29
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 11

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Fairbanks Native Association Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Fairbanks Native Association Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Fairbanks Native Association Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 180 168 182 182 180

Fairbanks Native Association Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Fairbanks Native Association Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 49
Black/African American 0 5
AI/AN 0 103
Asian 0 4
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 18
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 19

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Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 18.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 12.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 78 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 71 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 47 in 2014, Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos Head Start served approximately 060.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10649 10639 10356 10065 10177
Percent of population under 5 08.6% 08.8% 08.1% 07.2% 06.7%
Population under 5 919 939 841 728 685
Poverty rate for young families 12.8% 16.6% 18.2% 19.2% 18.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 71 94 92 84 78
Total cumulative enrollment 53 53 35 32 47

Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Five Sandoval Indian Pueblos Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 18 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 49 43
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 66 1
Two or more races 15 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 110 1

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Fond Du Lac Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Fond Du Lac Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 27.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 30.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 42 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 60 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 100 in 2014, Fond Du Lac Early Head Start served approximately 238.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Fond Du Lac Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4173 4174 4160 4183 3924
Percent of population under 5 07.8% 07.9% 06.6% 07.3% 06.4%
Population under 5 329 333 278 309 255
Poverty rate for young families 30.3% 37.0% 32.3% 28.0% 27.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 60 74 54 52 42
Total cumulative enrollment 107 99 95 101 100

Fond Du Lac Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Fond Du Lac Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 5 13
Black/African American 0 2
AI/AN 29 74
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 5
Two or more races 0 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 8 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 8

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Fond Du Lac Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Fond Du Lac Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 27.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 30.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 42 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 60 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 163 in 2014, Fond Du Lac Head Start served approximately 388.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Fond Du Lac Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4173 4174 4160 4183 3924
Percent of population under 5 07.8% 07.9% 06.6% 07.3% 06.4%
Population under 5 329 333 278 309 255
Poverty rate for young families 30.3% 37.0% 32.3% 28.0% 27.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 60 74 54 52 42
Total cumulative enrollment 166 159 166 159 163

Fond Du Lac Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Fond Du Lac Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 5 37
Black/African American 0 3
AI/AN 29 103
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 7
Two or more races 0 11
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 8 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 12

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Fort Belknap Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Fort Belknap Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 48.4% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 56 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 73 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 150 in 2014, Fort Belknap Head Start served approximately 267.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Fort Belknap Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2798 2780 2835 2978 3025
Percent of population under 5 08.9% 08.6% 09.7% 10.4% 09.3%
Population under 5 251 241 277 312 284
Poverty rate for young families 48.4% 44.2% 42.7% 38.9% 32.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 73 64 71 73 56
Total cumulative enrollment 166 160 168 156 150

Fort Belknap Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Fort Belknap Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 2
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 65 147
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Gila River Indian Community Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Gila River Indian Community Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 34.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 23.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 275 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 184 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 144 in 2014, Gila River Indian Community Ehs served approximately 052.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Gila River Indian Community Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 11380 12752 13245 13306 13661
Percent of population under 5 11.5% 10.8% 11.0% 09.8% 09.5%
Population under 5 1320 1389 1470 1317 1311
Poverty rate for young families 23.2% 16.4% 27.8% 29.9% 34.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 184 137 246 237 275
Total cumulative enrollment 61 114 121 120 144

Gila River Indian Community Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Gila River Indian Community Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 12 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 326 144
Asian 7 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 5 0
Some other race alone 12 0
Two or more races 53 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 9 0
Hispanic of Latino 62 0

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Gila River Indian Community Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Gila River Indian Community Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 34.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 23.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 275 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 184 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 239 in 2014, Gila River Indian Community Hs served approximately 086.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Gila River Indian Community Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 11380 12752 13245 13306 13661
Percent of population under 5 11.5% 10.8% 11.0% 09.8% 09.5%
Population under 5 1320 1389 1470 1317 1311
Poverty rate for young families 23.2% 16.4% 27.8% 29.9% 34.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 184 137 246 237 275
Total cumulative enrollment 237 228 222 228 239

Gila River Indian Community Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Gila River Indian Community Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 12 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 326 239
Asian 7 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 5 0
Some other race alone 12 0
Two or more races 53 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 9 0
Hispanic of Latino 62 0

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Grand Portage Reservation Tribal Council: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Grand Portage Reservation Tribal Council: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Grand Portage Reservation Tribal Council 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 470 464 505 525 549
Percent of population under 5 07.2% 05.8% 09.3% 06.4% 05.4%
Population under 5 34 27 47 34 30
Poverty rate for young families 04.9% 12.3% 0.% .9%.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 1 2 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 20 21 20 13 15

Grand Portage Reservation Tribal Council: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Grand Portage Reservation Tribal Council Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 14
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Grand Ronde Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Grand Ronde Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 3 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 25 in 2014, Grand Ronde Head Start served approximately 833.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Grand Ronde Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 431 509 473 458 408
Percent of population under 5 07.6% 08.6% 09.3% 14.4% 11.7%
Population under 5 33 44 44 66 48
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 03.7% 05.0% 10.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 1 2 3
Total cumulative enrollment 21 21 24 20 25

Grand Ronde Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Grand Ronde Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 11
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 4 12
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 27.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 12 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 41 in 2014, Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians served approximately 341.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 644 631 639 692 717
Percent of population under 5 10.2% 07.2% 09.5% 05.4% 10.1%
Population under 5 66 46 61 38 73
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 65.2% 38.2% 30.7% 27.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 18 14 7 12
Total cumulative enrollment 49 47 44 43 41

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 11
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 3 27
Asian 3 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 13

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Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 27.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 12 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 43 in 2014, Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Ehs served approximately 358.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 644 631 639 692 717
Percent of population under 5 10.2% 07.2% 09.5% 05.4% 10.1%
Population under 5 66 46 61 38 73
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 65.2% 38.2% 30.7% 27.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 18 14 7 12
Total cumulative enrollment 67 61 71 58 43

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Grand Traverse Band Of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 8
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 3 25
Asian 3 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 14

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Haak’u Learning Center: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Haak’u Learning Center: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 16.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 20.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 24 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 27 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 123 in 2014, Haak’u Learning Center served approximately 512.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Haak’u Learning Center 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2987 3134 3591 3239 3195
Percent of population under 5 07.3% 07.8% 09.8% 08.0% 07.3%
Population under 5 221 247 355 262 236
Poverty rate for young families 20.3% 30.3% 23.0% 15.9% 16.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 27 45 49 25 24
Total cumulative enrollment 118 125 120 121 123

Haak’u Learning Center: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Haak’u Learning Center Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 40 114
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 6 3
Two or more races 0 5
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 6 13

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Havasupai Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Havasupai Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Havasupai Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 359 268 222 181 126
Percent of population under 5 03.0% .0%.% 0.% 0.% 0.%
Population under 5 11 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 20 20 20 21 20

Havasupai Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Havasupai Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 20
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Ho-chunk Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Ho-chunk Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 34.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 34.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 59 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 41 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 122 in 2014, Ho-chunk Head Start Program served approximately 206.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Ho-chunk Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1307 1409 1519 1462 1883
Percent of population under 5 14.9% 14.0% 16.3% 15.7% 15.1%
Population under 5 196 198 249 230 286
Poverty rate for young families 34.8% 49.6% 48.1% 43.4% 34.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 41 59 72 60 59
Total cumulative enrollment 132 126 126 126 122

Ho-chunk Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Ho-chunk Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 27
Black/African American 0 3
AI/AN 50 83
Asian 5 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 6 9
Two or more races 3 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 3 0
Hispanic of Latino 49 9

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Hoopa Tribal Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Hoopa Tribal Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 11.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 16 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 76 in 2014, Hoopa Tribal Early Head Start served approximately .75.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Hoopa Tribal Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2701 2951 2893 3013 3115
Percent of population under 5 08.5% 07.7% 06.9% 07.1% 07.4%
Population under 5 232 230 202 216 233
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 11.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 16
Total cumulative enrollment 77 73 56 71 76

Hoopa Tribal Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Hoopa Tribal Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1 4
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 20 72
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 3 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 4 0
Hispanic of Latino 6 0

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Hoopa Tribal Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Hoopa Tribal Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 11.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 16 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 68 in 2014, Hoopa Tribal Head Start served approximately .25.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Hoopa Tribal Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2701 2951 2893 3013 3115
Percent of population under 5 08.5% 07.7% 06.9% 07.1% 07.4%
Population under 5 232 230 202 216 233
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 11.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 16
Total cumulative enrollment 68 68 68 68 68

Hoopa Tribal Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Hoopa Tribal Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 20 66
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 3 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 4 0
Hispanic of Latino 6 1

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Hopi Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Hopi Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 16.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 15.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 74 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 75 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 210 in 2014, Hopi Tribe served approximately 283.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Hopi Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8515 7954 7788 7654 8287
Percent of population under 5 09.5% 08.2% 08.2% 08.6% 09.1%
Population under 5 817 660 646 665 762
Poverty rate for young families 15.2% 14.1% 16.2% 15.7% 16.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 75 56 63 63 74
Total cumulative enrollment 236 225 230 220 210

Hopi Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Hopi Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 116 209
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 11 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Howonquet Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Howonquet Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Howonquet Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 115 100 126 154 113
Percent of population under 5 03.4% .4%.% 07.9% 14.2% 07.9%
Population under 5 4 3 10 22 9
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 34 36 36 39 37

Howonquet Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Howonquet Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 5
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 31
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 5

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Hualapai Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Hualapai Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 38.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 28 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 21 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 60 in 2014, Hualapai Head Start served approximately 214.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Hualapai Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 658 877 822 949 1146
Percent of population under 5 13.6% 12.2% 13.0% 15.3% 12.4%
Population under 5 90 107 107 146 143
Poverty rate for young families 38.8% 29.5% 38.9% 41.0% 32.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 21 19 25 36 28
Total cumulative enrollment 57 57 57 57 60

Hualapai Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Hualapai Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 20 59
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 5 0

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Ili Uusim Mahtawapo (pascua Yaqui Head Start): Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Ili Uusim Mahtawapo (pascua Yaqui Head Start): Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 35.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 88 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 141 in 2014, Ili Uusim Mahtawapo (pascua Yaqui Head Start) served approximately 160.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Ili Uusim Mahtawapo (pascua Yaqui Head Start) 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 4247 4067 4043 3863
Percent of population under 5 0 13.6% 12.6% 11.4% 10.7%
Population under 5 0 581 516 464 417
Poverty rate for young families 0 20.9% 28.4% 38.4% 35.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 73 88 107 88
Total cumulative enrollment 72 72 72 141 141

Ili Uusim Mahtawapo (pascua Yaqui Head Start): Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Ili Uusim Mahtawapo (pascua Yaqui Head Start) Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 71 132
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 7 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 36 21

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Inter Tribal Council Of Nevada: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Inter Tribal Council Of Nevada: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 24.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 21.4% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 77 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 53 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 237 in 2014, Inter Tribal Council Of Nevada served approximately 307.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Inter Tribal Council Of Nevada 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 5319 5765 6316 6756 6853
Percent of population under 5 07.7% 07.5% 07.4% 08.0% 07.7%
Population under 5 411 436 470 542 531
Poverty rate for young families 21.4% 19.8% 19.8% 20.9% 24.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 53 52 56 68 77
Total cumulative enrollment 247 243 246 244 237

Inter Tribal Council Of Nevada: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Inter Tribal Council Of Nevada Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 9
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 61 227
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 26 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 3 0
Hispanic of Latino 28 227

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Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc.: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc.: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 21.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 37.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 34 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 54 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 257 in 2014, Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. served approximately 755.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3851 3758 3818 3496 3298
Percent of population under 5 06.1% 06.8% 07.3% 07.7% 07.8%
Population under 5 238 259 281 271 260
Poverty rate for young families 37.8% 25.0% 21.9% 19.0% 21.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 54 39 37 31 34
Total cumulative enrollment 265 275 252 263 257

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc.: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 13 43
Black/African American 0 2
AI/AN 24 203
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 5
Two or more races 16 4
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 20 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 18

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Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 21.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 37.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 34 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 54 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 165 in 2014, Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Ehs served approximately 485.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3851 3758 3818 3496 3298
Percent of population under 5 06.1% 06.8% 07.3% 07.7% 07.8%
Population under 5 238 259 281 271 260
Poverty rate for young families 37.8% 25.0% 21.9% 19.0% 21.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 54 39 37 31 34
Total cumulative enrollment 173 167 160 176 165

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Inter-tribal Council Of Michigan, Inc. Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 13 14
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 24 147
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 16 4
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 20 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 10

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Iowa Tribe Of Oklahoma: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Iowa Tribe Of Oklahoma: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 07.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 06.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 22 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 20 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 48 in 2014, Iowa Tribe Of Oklahoma served approximately 218.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Iowa Tribe Of Oklahoma 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6668 6845 6825 6619 6630
Percent of population under 5 07.8% 08.3% 08.7% 07.8% 07.2%
Population under 5 526 574 600 522 483
Poverty rate for young families 06.3% 09.0% 08.3% 08.3% 07.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 20 31 30 26 22
Total cumulative enrollment 59 52 62 51 48

Iowa Tribe Of Oklahoma: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Iowa Tribe Of Oklahoma Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 50 21
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 4 24
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 12 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 100 0
Hispanic of Latino 3 1

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Iswa Development Corporation: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Iswa Development Corporation: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 09.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 22.4% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 3 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 7 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 104 in 2014, Iswa Development Corporation served approximately 346.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Iswa Development Corporation 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 714 875 924 903 934
Percent of population under 5 07.2% 08.1% 08.2% 04.9% 05.3%
Population under 5 52 71 76 45 50
Poverty rate for young families 22.4% 02.3% 06.5% 11.1% 09.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 7 1 3 3 3
Total cumulative enrollment 88 98 93 88 104

Iswa Development Corporation: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Iswa Development Corporation Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 19
Black/African American 0 42
AI/AN 2 25
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 2 18
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 15

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Jicarilla Apache Early Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Jicarilla Apache Early Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 08.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 24.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 17 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 61 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 60 in 2014, Jicarilla Apache Early Head Start Program served approximately 352.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Jicarilla Apache Early Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3113 3124 3283 3262 3092
Percent of population under 5 13.4% 12.2% 11.5% 10.3% 10.5%
Population under 5 420 384 380 339 327
Poverty rate for young families 24.2% 18.2% 05.2% 06.8% 08.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 61 42 12 14 17
Total cumulative enrollment 60 60 60 60 60

Jicarilla Apache Early Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Jicarilla Apache Early Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 31 57
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 3
Two or more races 6 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 3

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Jicarilla Apache Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Jicarilla Apache Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 08.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 24.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 17 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 61 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 102 in 2014, Jicarilla Apache Head Start Program served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Jicarilla Apache Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3113 3124 3283 3262 3092
Percent of population under 5 13.4% 12.2% 11.5% 10.3% 10.5%
Population under 5 420 384 380 339 327
Poverty rate for young families 24.2% 18.2% 05.2% 06.8% 08.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 61 42 12 14 17
Total cumulative enrollment 102 102 102 102 102

Jicarilla Apache Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Jicarilla Apache Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 31 96
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 6
Two or more races 6 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 6

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Karuk Tribe Of California: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Karuk Tribe Of California: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Karuk Tribe Of California 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 378 350 420 384 468
Percent of population under 5 09.2% 04.8% 05.9% 08.0% 11.1%
Population under 5 35 17 25 31 52
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 66 63 65 67 71

Karuk Tribe Of California: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Karuk Tribe Of California Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 19
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 7 49
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 1 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 3 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 3

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Kawerak Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kawerak Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 09.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 11.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 35 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 47 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 38 in 2014, Kawerak Early Head Start served approximately 108.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Kawerak Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6489 6532 6563 6548 6559
Percent of population under 5 10.4% 09.9% 10.3% 10.5% 09.7%
Population under 5 677 650 682 689 641
Poverty rate for young families 11.5% 11.7% 11.4% 12.0% 09.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 47 46 47 50 35
Total cumulative enrollment 45 44 34 29 38

Kawerak Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kawerak Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 62 38
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 2 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Kawerak Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kawerak Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 12.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 13.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 54 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 55 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 205 in 2014, Kawerak Head Start served approximately 379.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Kawerak Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6804 6858 6900 6955 6998
Percent of population under 5 10.3% 10.1% 10.6% 10.8% 10.3%
Population under 5 705 693 738 758 722
Poverty rate for young families 13.0% 13.4% 12.6% 14.0% 12.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 55 56 56 64 54
Total cumulative enrollment 249 236 223 118 205

Kawerak Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kawerak Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 81 195
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 7 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Kenaitze Indian Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kenaitze Indian Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 01.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 06.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 17 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 67 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 62 in 2014, Kenaitze Indian Tribe served approximately 364.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Kenaitze Indian Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 31983 32605 33258 33564 33394
Percent of population under 5 05.5% 06.1% 06.3% 06.7% 06.4%
Population under 5 1791 2021 2128 2282 2170
Poverty rate for young families 06.2% 05.3% 03.8% 01.0% 01.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 67 65 49 15 17
Total cumulative enrollment 73 63 68 58 62

Kenaitze Indian Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kenaitze Indian Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 22 25
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 13 33
Asian 0 2
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 11 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 23 0
Hispanic of Latino 11 5

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Kickapoo Head Start, Inc.: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kickapoo Head Start, Inc.: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 18.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 13.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 163 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 107 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 67 in 2014, Kickapoo Head Start, Inc. served approximately 041.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Kickapoo Head Start, Inc. 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 20443 20453 20044 19913 20199
Percent of population under 5 06.5% 06.5% 06.8% 07.0% 07.1%
Population under 5 1349 1349 1383 1413 1454
Poverty rate for young families 13.2% 10.9% 14.2% 14.8% 18.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 107 89 118 126 163
Total cumulative enrollment 66 65 62 67 67

Kickapoo Head Start, Inc.: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kickapoo Head Start, Inc. Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 101 25
Black/African American 14 1
AI/AN 37 40
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 20 1
Two or more races 33 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 162 0
Hispanic of Latino 37 1

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Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Of Texas: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Of Texas: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 33.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 9 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 36 in 2014, Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Of Texas served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Of Texas 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 563 370 322 484 355
Percent of population under 5 13.6% 12.1% 14.2% 15.4% 12.6%
Population under 5 77 45 46 75 45
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 66.6% 65.2% 48.8% 33.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 18 18 22 9
Total cumulative enrollment 36 35 37 34 36

Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Of Texas: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kickapoo Traditional Tribe Of Texas Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 8 36
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 10 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 0

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Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 22 21 11 13 14

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 8
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 4
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 35 34 35 34 37

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kickapoo Tribe In Kansas Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 4
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 33
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Kiowa Tribe Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Kiowa Tribe Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 15.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 18.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 1342 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 1562 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 156 in 2014, Kiowa Tribe Head Start Program served approximately 011.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Kiowa Tribe Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 193105 194729 195704 197317 198146
Percent of population under 5 07.1% 07.2% 07.2% 07.3% 07.2%
Population under 5 13903 14215 14286 14601 14464
Poverty rate for young families 18.7% 17.7% 14.4% 14.9% 15.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 1562 1512 1240 1308 1342
Total cumulative enrollment 208 169 173 167 156

Kiowa Tribe Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Kiowa Tribe Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 774 35
Black/African American 329 5
AI/AN 97 104
Asian 16 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 116 3
Two or more races 506 8
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 993 0
Hispanic of Latino 745 18

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Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 43.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 34.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 67 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 51 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 113 in 2014, Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Ehs served approximately 168.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2984 2966 2997 2992 3023
Percent of population under 5 08.1% 07.0% 07.6% 08.1% 08.4%
Population under 5 244 210 230 245 256
Poverty rate for young families 34.8% 32.5% 31.8% 37.4% 43.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 51 41 44 55 67
Total cumulative enrollment 89 127 120 137 113

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 4
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 54 106
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 12 0
Two or more races 0 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2 0
Hispanic of Latino 12 2

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Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 43.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 34.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 67 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 51 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 98 in 2014, Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Hs served approximately 146.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2984 2966 2997 2992 3023
Percent of population under 5 08.1% 07.0% 07.6% 08.1% 08.4%
Population under 5 244 210 230 245 256
Poverty rate for young families 34.8% 32.5% 31.8% 37.4% 43.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 51 41 44 55 67
Total cumulative enrollment 112 113 107 110 98

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Lac Courte Oreilles Tribal Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 54 96
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 12 0
Two or more races 0 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2 0
Hispanic of Latino 12 0

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Leech Lake Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Leech Lake Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 27.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 23.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 132 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 109 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 132 in 2014, Leech Lake Early Head Start served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Leech Lake Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10270 10577 10534 10804 10848
Percent of population under 5 07.5% 07.5% 07.6% 07.8% 07.3%
Population under 5 780 803 811 853 802
Poverty rate for young families 23.2% 31.3% 32.8% 35.5% 27.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 109 151 160 182 132
Total cumulative enrollment 102 119 97 127 132

Leech Lake Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Leech Lake Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 14 14
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 88 112
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 19 0
Two or more races 32 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 25 0
Hispanic of Latino 31 7

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Leech Lake Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Leech Lake Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 27.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 23.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 132 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 109 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 235 in 2014, Leech Lake Head Start served approximately 178.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Leech Lake Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10270 10577 10534 10804 10848
Percent of population under 5 07.5% 07.5% 07.6% 07.8% 07.3%
Population under 5 780 803 811 853 802
Poverty rate for young families 23.2% 31.3% 32.8% 35.5% 27.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 109 151 160 182 132
Total cumulative enrollment 287 264 261 270 235

Leech Lake Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Leech Lake Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 14 1
Black/African American 0 2
AI/AN 88 231
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 19 0
Two or more races 32 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 25 0
Hispanic of Latino 31 11

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Lower Brule Sioux Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Lower Brule Sioux Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 31.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 40.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 34 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 46 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 69 in 2014, Lower Brule Sioux Tribe served approximately 202.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Lower Brule Sioux Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1620 1597 1584 1611 1582
Percent of population under 5 11.7% 11.2% 10.6% 10.6% 11.2%
Population under 5 191 180 169 172 178
Poverty rate for young families 40.1% 37.9% 28.5% 19.3% 31.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 46 41 29 20 34
Total cumulative enrollment 63 66 67 68 69

Lower Brule Sioux Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Lower Brule Sioux Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 26 67
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 3 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 22.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 8 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 34 in 2014, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Early Head Start served approximately .25.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 706 731 831 808 799
Percent of population under 5 09.4% 07.3% 09.8% 07.4% 07.3%
Population under 5 67 54 82 60 59
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 06.0% 19.4% 22.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 3 7 8
Total cumulative enrollment 40 32 37 37 34

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 5
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 7 22
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 2

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Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 22.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 8 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 44 in 2014, Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Head Start served approximately .5.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 706 731 831 808 799
Percent of population under 5 09.4% 07.3% 09.8% 07.4% 07.3%
Population under 5 67 54 82 60 59
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 06.0% 19.4% 22.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 3 7 8
Total cumulative enrollment 53 42 41 42 44

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 5
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 7 33
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 3

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Lummi Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Lummi Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 30.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 25.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 62 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 42 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 100 in 2014, Lummi Early Head Start served approximately 161.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Lummi Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4253 4658 4731 4705 4957
Percent of population under 5 06.3% 05.6% 06.3% 05.0% 06.8%
Population under 5 272 265 302 239 342
Poverty rate for young families 25.7% 35.8% 38.0% 41.8% 30.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 42 57 69 60 62
Total cumulative enrollment 91 89 100 99 100

Lummi Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Lummi Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 26 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 26 100
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 1 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 54 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 0

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Lummi Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Lummi Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 30.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 25.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 62 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 42 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 117 in 2014, Lummi Head Start served approximately 188.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Lummi Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4253 4658 4731 4705 4957
Percent of population under 5 06.3% 05.6% 06.3% 05.0% 06.8%
Population under 5 272 265 302 239 342
Poverty rate for young families 25.7% 35.8% 38.0% 41.8% 30.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 42 57 69 60 62
Total cumulative enrollment 127 131 130 122 117

Lummi Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Lummi Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 26 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 26 110
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 2
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 1 4
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 54 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 2

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Makah Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Makah Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 02.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 18.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 2 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 16 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 48 in 2014, Makah Early Head Start served approximately 4.0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Makah Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1435 1454 1444 1448 1611
Percent of population under 5 09.9% 08.9% 08.6% 09.7% 09.0%
Population under 5 143 130 125 141 146
Poverty rate for young families 18.6% 15.3% 19.9% 09.4% 02.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 16 12 15 8 2
Total cumulative enrollment 0 48 45 47 48

Makah Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Makah Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 46
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 5

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Makah Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Makah Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 02.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 18.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 2 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 16 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 49 in 2014, Makah Head Start served approximately 4.5.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Makah Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1435 1454 1444 1448 1611
Percent of population under 5 09.9% 08.9% 08.6% 09.7% 09.0%
Population under 5 143 130 125 141 146
Poverty rate for young families 18.6% 15.3% 19.9% 09.4% 02.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 16 12 15 8 2
Total cumulative enrollment 52 50 53 51 49

Makah Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Makah Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 40
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 6

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Maliseet Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Maliseet Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 66.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 58.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 10 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 6 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 20 in 2014, Maliseet Head Start served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Maliseet Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 137 167 156 182 230
Percent of population under 5 12.4% 14.3% 12.1% 10.9% 10.8%
Population under 5 17 24 19 20 25
Poverty rate for young families 58.8% 62.5% 61.4% 66.6% 66.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 6 9 7 8 10
Total cumulative enrollment 20 20 20 20 20

Maliseet Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Maliseet Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 8 19
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 3 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Menominee Nation Early Childhood Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 31.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 47 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 46 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 94 in 2014, Menominee Nation Early Childhood Early Head Start served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2797 3048 3273 3604 3686
Percent of population under 5 08.5% 08.6% 10.6% 10.6% 10.1%
Population under 5 240 265 350 385 375
Poverty rate for young families 31.9% 40.8% 36.6% 28.5% 20.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 46 65 77 66 47
Total cumulative enrollment 52 85 82 83 94

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 78 90
Asian 10 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 4

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Menominee Nation Early Childhood Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 31.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 47 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 46 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 193 in 2014, Menominee Nation Early Childhood Head Start served approximately 410.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2797 3048 3273 3604 3686
Percent of population under 5 08.5% 08.6% 10.6% 10.6% 10.1%
Population under 5 240 265 350 385 375
Poverty rate for young families 31.9% 40.8% 36.6% 28.5% 20.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 46 65 77 66 47
Total cumulative enrollment 217 237 213 190 193

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Menominee Nation Early Childhood Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 78 184
Asian 10 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 15

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Mescalero Apache Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Mescalero Apache Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 19.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 25.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 51 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 68 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 131 in 2014, Mescalero Apache Head Start Program served approximately 256.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Mescalero Apache Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4025 3743 3834 3885 3771
Percent of population under 5 11.1% 11.5% 11.0% 11.0% 11.4%
Population under 5 450 434 425 431 433
Poverty rate for young families 25.1% 26.4% 19.2% 19.7% 19.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 68 69 49 51 51
Total cumulative enrollment 122 132 133 114 131

Mescalero Apache Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Mescalero Apache Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 12 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 65 126
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 21 7

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Metlakatla Indian Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Metlakatla Indian Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Metlakatla Indian Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 40 40 40 31 31

Metlakatla Indian Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Metlakatla Indian Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 29
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Ehs: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 30.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 22.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 56 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 52 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 88 in 2014, Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Ehs served approximately 157.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 5444 5352 5208 5189 4875
Percent of population under 5 07.1% 07.1% 06.8% 07.1% 06.2%
Population under 5 391 385 359 373 307
Poverty rate for young families 22.1% 26.8% 21.8% 32.6% 30.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 52 62 47 73 56
Total cumulative enrollment 102 102 136 89 88

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 14 0
Black/African American 1 0
AI/AN 25 87
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 8 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 29 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 0

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Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 30.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 22.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 56 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 52 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 91 in 2014, Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Hs served approximately 162.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 5444 5352 5208 5189 4875
Percent of population under 5 07.1% 07.1% 06.8% 07.1% 06.2%
Population under 5 391 385 359 373 307
Poverty rate for young families 22.1% 26.8% 21.8% 32.6% 30.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 52 62 47 73 56
Total cumulative enrollment 93 99 116 95 91

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Mille Lacs Band Of Ojibwe Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 14 0
Black/African American 1 0
AI/AN 25 90
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 8 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 29 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 0

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Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 24.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 118 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 77 in 2014, Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Early Head Start served approximately 065.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 7664 7817
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 10.8% 10.2%
Population under 5 0 0 0 835 805
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 28.3% 24.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 142 118
Total cumulative enrollment 78 82 83 74 77

Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 144 65
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 26 12
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 5

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Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 24.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 118 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 227 in 2014, Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Head Start served approximately 192.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 7664 7817
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 10.8% 10.2%
Population under 5 0 0 0 835 805
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 28.3% 24.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 142 118
Total cumulative enrollment 229 227 232 232 227

Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Mississippi Band Of Choctaw Indians Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 144 205
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 26 22
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 6

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Mountain Empire Campo Kumeyaay Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Mountain Empire Campo Kumeyaay Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 35.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 63.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 7 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 18 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 21 in 2014, Mountain Empire Campo Kumeyaay Head Start served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Mountain Empire Campo Kumeyaay Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 581 456 377 409 429
Percent of population under 5 08.0% 11.6% 06.3% 05.8% 07.6%
Population under 5 47 53 24 24 33
Poverty rate for young families 63.8% 62.8% 55.5% 13.8% 35.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 18 20 8 2 7
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 22 21

Mountain Empire Campo Kumeyaay Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Mountain Empire Campo Kumeyaay Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 3
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 5 12
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 5
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 4

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Muckleshoot Indian Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Muckleshoot Indian Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 23.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 14.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 47 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 27 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 123 in 2014, Muckleshoot Indian Tribe served approximately 261.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3685 4120 4230 4349 4049
Percent of population under 5 08.5% 08.3% 10.4% 10.6% 08.0%
Population under 5 316 346 444 465 327
Poverty rate for young families 14.2% 15.8% 18.3% 17.2% 23.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 27 33 49 48 47
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 101 123

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Muckleshoot Indian Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 9 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 37 116
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 5 0
Two or more races 10 7
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 37 17

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Muscogee Creek Nation: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Muscogee Creek Nation: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 14.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 13.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 4565 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 3979 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 321 in 2014, Muscogee Creek Nation served approximately 007.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Muscogee Creek Nation 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 742695 748848 756384 764167 769934
Percent of population under 5 06.7% 06.7% 06.8% 06.8% 06.7%
Population under 5 50503 50921 52190 52727 52355
Poverty rate for young families 13.1% 13.1% 13.3% 14.4% 14.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 3979 4032 4196 4576 4565
Total cumulative enrollment 334 357 308 329 321

Muscogee Creek Nation: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Muscogee Creek Nation Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2608 77
Black/African American 829 10
AI/AN 519 194
Asian 195 16
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 2 2
Some other race alone 425 0
Two or more races 1646 22
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 3477 0
Hispanic of Latino 1937 17

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Navajo Nation Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Navajo Nation Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 26.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 24.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 2290 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 2012 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 54 in 2014, Navajo Nation Early Head Start served approximately 002.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Navajo Nation Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 169052 169888 172695 173998 175462
Percent of population under 5 07.9% 07.9% 08.3% 08.4% 08.1%
Population under 5 13524 13591 14506 14789 14387
Poverty rate for young families 24.7% 25.0% 26.1% 26.7% 26.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 2012 2044 2274 2378 2290
Total cumulative enrollment 59 64 71 52 54

Navajo Nation Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Navajo Nation Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 23 0
Black/African American 7 0
AI/AN 2968 52
Asian 23 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 7 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 223 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 22 0
Hispanic of Latino 119 1

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Navajo Nation Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Navajo Nation Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 26.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 24.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 2290 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 2012 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 1758 in 2014, Navajo Nation Head Start served approximately 076.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Navajo Nation Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 169052 169888 172695 173998 175462
Percent of population under 5 07.9% 07.9% 08.3% 08.4% 08.1%
Population under 5 13524 13591 14506 14789 14387
Poverty rate for young families 24.7% 25.0% 26.1% 26.7% 26.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 2012 2044 2274 2378 2290
Total cumulative enrollment 2615 2303 2302 1716 1758

Navajo Nation Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Navajo Nation Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 23 2
Black/African American 7 0
AI/AN 2968 1732
Asian 23 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 7 5
Some other race alone 0 3
Two or more races 223 15
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 22 0
Hispanic of Latino 119 3

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Nez Perce Tribe Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Nez Perce Tribe Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 18.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 14.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 114 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 87 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 89 in 2014, Nez Perce Tribe Ehs served approximately 078.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Nez Perce Tribe Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 18677 18520 18658 18952 18654
Percent of population under 5 05.2% .2%.% 05.3% 05.7% 05.3%
Population under 5 989 926 1007 1099 1007
Poverty rate for young families 14.6% 14.3% 17.5% 20.3% 18.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 87 80 106 134 114
Total cumulative enrollment 107 109 86 94 89

Nez Perce Tribe Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Nez Perce Tribe Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 69 0
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 38 86
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 109 0
Hispanic of Latino 11 7

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Nez Perce Tribe Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Nez Perce Tribe Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 18.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 14.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 114 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 87 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 129 in 2014, Nez Perce Tribe Hs served approximately 113.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Nez Perce Tribe Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 18677 18520 18658 18952 18654
Percent of population under 5 05.2% .2%.% 05.3% 05.7% 05.3%
Population under 5 989 926 1007 1099 1007
Poverty rate for young families 14.6% 14.3% 17.5% 20.3% 18.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 87 80 106 134 114
Total cumulative enrollment 140 132 129 125 129

Nez Perce Tribe Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Nez Perce Tribe Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 69 23
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 38 89
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 4 15
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 109 0
Hispanic of Latino 11 10

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Nisqually Indian Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Nisqually Indian Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Nisqually Indian Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 588 464 562 588 655
Percent of population under 5 07.4% 05.3% 08.3% 07.4% 08.3%
Population under 5 44 25 47 44 55
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 40 42 44 46 45

Nisqually Indian Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Nisqually Indian Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 0 29
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 4
Two or more races 0 10
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 4

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Nooksack Indian Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Nooksack Indian Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 41.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 60.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 42 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 28 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 61 in 2014, Nooksack Indian Tribe served approximately 145.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Nooksack Indian Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 844 812 974 1070 1080
Percent of population under 5 09.1% 10.5% 13.2% 13.8% 15.6%
Population under 5 77 86 129 148 169
Poverty rate for young families 60.6% 62.0% 51.6% 43.9% 41.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 28 32 40 39 42
Total cumulative enrollment 66 67 73 66 61

Nooksack Indian Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Nooksack Indian Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 7
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 20 43
Asian 2 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 11
Two or more races 14 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 3 11

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Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 31.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 09.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 95 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 32 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 165 in 2014, Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Head Start served approximately 173.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4635 4747 4679 4697 4785
Percent of population under 5 11.7% 11.9% 10.2% 10.2% 10.5%
Population under 5 546 569 481 483 507
Poverty rate for young families 09.7% 07.0% 16.9% 13.8% 31.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 32 24 49 40 95
Total cumulative enrollment 186 175 181 181 165

Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 99 165
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 12 0

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Oglala Lakota College Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Oglala Lakota College Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 26.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 18.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 332 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 240 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 112 in 2014, Oglala Lakota College Early Head Start served approximately 033.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Oglala Lakota College Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 18710 18825 18898 19007 19282
Percent of population under 5 11.2% 11.1% 11.3% 11.1% 10.9%
Population under 5 2114 2108 2154 2128 2121
Poverty rate for young families 18.9% 20.5% 20.8% 23.3% 26.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 240 260 270 298 332
Total cumulative enrollment 173 142 97 101 112

Oglala Lakota College Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Oglala Lakota College Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 0
Black/African American 6 0
AI/AN 500 112
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 34 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 7 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Oglala Lakota College Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Oglala Lakota College Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 26.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 18.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 332 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 240 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 446 in 2014, Oglala Lakota College Head Start served approximately 134.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Oglala Lakota College Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 18710 18825 18898 19007 19282
Percent of population under 5 11.2% 11.1% 11.3% 11.1% 10.9%
Population under 5 2114 2108 2154 2128 2121
Poverty rate for young families 18.9% 20.5% 20.8% 23.3% 26.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 240 260 270 298 332
Total cumulative enrollment 581 584 571 525 446

Oglala Lakota College Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Oglala Lakota College Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 3
Black/African American 6 0
AI/AN 500 442
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 34 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 7 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Omaha Tribe Of Nebraska: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Omaha Tribe Of Nebraska: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 14.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 15.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 37 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 46 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 119 in 2014, Omaha Tribe Of Nebraska served approximately 321.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Omaha Tribe Of Nebraska 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4943 4788 4738 4703 4638
Percent of population under 5 09.9% 10.3% 09.9% 10.3% 09.1%
Population under 5 494 497 473 489 426
Poverty rate for young families 15.5% 14.0% 14.4% 16.0% 14.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 46 42 41 47 37
Total cumulative enrollment 96 146 146 115 119

Omaha Tribe Of Nebraska: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Omaha Tribe Of Nebraska Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 10 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 62 117
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 2 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 5 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 0

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Oneida Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Oneida Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 08.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 102 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 58 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 93 in 2014, Oneida Early Head Start served approximately 091.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Oneida Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 23520 23482 23281 23620 24086
Percent of population under 5 04.5% 04.4% 05.2% 05.4% 06.4%
Population under 5 1081 1056 1233 1299 1565
Poverty rate for young families 08.9% 04.8% 07.9% 10.2% 10.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 58 31 59 80 102
Total cumulative enrollment 97 103 95 89 93

Oneida Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Oneida Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 89 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 29 91
Asian 26 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 8 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 151 0
Hispanic of Latino 8 12

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Oneida Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Oneida Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 08.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 102 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 58 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 163 in 2014, Oneida Head Start served approximately 159.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Oneida Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 23520 23482 23281 23620 24086
Percent of population under 5 04.5% 04.4% 05.2% 05.4% 06.4%
Population under 5 1081 1056 1233 1299 1565
Poverty rate for young families 08.9% 04.8% 07.9% 10.2% 10.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 58 31 59 80 102
Total cumulative enrollment 153 167 171 160 163

Oneida Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Oneida Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 89 0
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 29 162
Asian 26 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 8 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 151 0
Hispanic of Latino 8 34

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Osage Nation Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Osage Nation Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 22.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 21.4% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 363 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 364 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 233 in 2014, Osage Nation Head Start served approximately 064.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Osage Nation Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 47192 47361 47650 47800 47937
Percent of population under 5 05.9% 06.0% 05.6% 05.7% 05.5%
Population under 5 2831 2889 2716 2772 2684
Poverty rate for young families 21.4% 24.4% 27.2% 25.4% 22.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 364 424 444 424 363
Total cumulative enrollment 239 239 246 242 233

Osage Nation Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Osage Nation Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 165 86
Black/African American 32 2
AI/AN 123 134
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 3
Two or more races 40 8
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 234 0
Hispanic of Latino 19 16

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Otoe-missouria Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Otoe-missouria Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 16.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 64.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 7 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 12 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 40 in 2014, Otoe-missouria Tribe served approximately 571.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Otoe-missouria Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 745 755 792 773 786
Percent of population under 5 04.1% 06.0% 05.0% 07.8% 08.7%
Population under 5 31 46 40 61 69
Poverty rate for young families 64.5% 14.4% 12.5% 08.1% 16.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 12 4 3 3 7
Total cumulative enrollment 40 40 40 40 40

Otoe-missouria Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Otoe-missouria Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 7
Black/African American 0 3
AI/AN 6 25
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 1 5
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Passamaquoddy Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Passamaquoddy Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Passamaquoddy Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 239 253 284 301
Percent of population under 5 0 .% 0.% 0.% 0.%
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 20 23 22 20 20

Passamaquoddy Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Passamaquoddy Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 13
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 7
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Pinoleville Native American Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Pinoleville Native American Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Pinoleville Native American Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 332 272 186 160 140
Percent of population under 5 21.6% 20.9% 16.6% 12.5% 16.4%
Population under 5 72 57 31 20 23
Poverty rate for young families 57.8% 58.4% 64.5% .8%.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 25 20 12 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 30 31 30 31 35

Pinoleville Native American Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Pinoleville Native American Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 5 32
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 4 1

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Ponca Tribe Of Oklahoma: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Ponca Tribe Of Oklahoma: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 22.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 11.4% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 19 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 8 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 42 in 2014, Ponca Tribe Of Oklahoma served approximately 221.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Ponca Tribe Of Oklahoma 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2038 2155 2149 2148 2064
Percent of population under 5 05.6% 07.1% 07.3% 07.2% 06.7%
Population under 5 116 155 159 156 140
Poverty rate for young families 11.4% 10.7% 16.7% 19.2% 22.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 8 10 16 18 19
Total cumulative enrollment 43 46 46 43 42

Ponca Tribe Of Oklahoma: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Ponca Tribe Of Oklahoma Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 5 4
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 11 37
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 5 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 3 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 6

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Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Early Head Start: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 6 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 32 in 2014, Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Early Head Start served approximately 533.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 596 725
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 07.0% 04.2%
Population under 5 0 0 0 42 31
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 15.8% 32.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 4 6
Total cumulative enrollment 35 37 33 34 32

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 1 32
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 1 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 6 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 29 in 2014, Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Head Start served approximately 483.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 596 725
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 07.0% 04.2%
Population under 5 0 0 0 42 31
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 15.8% 32.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 4 6
Total cumulative enrollment 37 37 37 28 29

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Port Gamble S’klallam Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 1 29
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 1 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 06.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 34.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 3 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 28 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 19 in 2014, Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Ehs served approximately 633.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1412 1337 1332 1469 1458
Percent of population under 5 09.6% 07.5% 05.7% 06.0% 05.0%
Population under 5 136 101 77 89 74
Poverty rate for young families 34.3% 26.4% 36.7% 11.2% 06.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 28 16 17 6 3
Total cumulative enrollment 14 16 15 24 19

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 16
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 06.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 34.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 3 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 28 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 33 in 2014, Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Hs served approximately 1.0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1412 1337 1332 1469 1458
Percent of population under 5 09.6% 07.5% 05.7% 06.0% 05.0%
Population under 5 136 101 77 89 74
Poverty rate for young families 34.3% 26.4% 36.7% 11.2% 06.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 28 16 17 6 3
Total cumulative enrollment 32 36 33 32 33

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Prairie Band Of Potawatomi Indians Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 24
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 7
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Pueblo Of Isleta: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Pueblo Of Isleta: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 06.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 12.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 9 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 13 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 0 in 2014, Pueblo Of Isleta served approximately 0 of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Pueblo Of Isleta 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3271 2997 3551 3487 3744
Percent of population under 5 05.3% 05.0% 06.0% 06.2% 06.1%
Population under 5 176 152 216 219 232
Poverty rate for young families 12.3% 16.4% 08.4% 11.4% 06.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 13 15 11 15 9
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 0 0

Pueblo Of Isleta: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Pueblo Of Isleta Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 22 0
Asian 4 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 0

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Pueblo Of Isleta Head Start & Child Care: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Pueblo Of Isleta Head Start & Child Care: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 06.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 12.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 9 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 13 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 87 in 2014, Pueblo Of Isleta Head Start & Child Care served approximately 966.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Pueblo Of Isleta Head Start & Child Care 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3271 2997 3551 3487 3744
Percent of population under 5 05.3% 05.0% 06.0% 06.2% 06.1%
Population under 5 176 152 216 219 232
Poverty rate for young families 12.3% 16.4% 08.4% 11.4% 06.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 13 15 11 15 9
Total cumulative enrollment 90 90 90 90 87

Pueblo Of Isleta Head Start & Child Care: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Pueblo Of Isleta Head Start & Child Care Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 22 87
Asian 4 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 26

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Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Ehs: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4646 4684 4284 4169 4051
Percent of population under 5 08.8% 09.2% 06.8% 06.3% 06.8%
Population under 5 413 435 295 266 279
Poverty rate for young families 21.3% 24.9% 25.4% 22.5% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 53 65 45 36 0
Total cumulative enrollment 80 89 92 78 71

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 54 71
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 4646 4684 4284 4169 4051
Percent of population under 5 08.8% 09.2% 06.8% 06.3% 06.8%
Population under 5 413 435 295 266 279
Poverty rate for young families 21.3% 24.9% 25.4% 22.5% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 53 65 45 36 0
Total cumulative enrollment 150 149 146 144 133

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Pueblo Of Laguna Department Of Education Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 54 118
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 3
Two or more races 0 10
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 13

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Pueblo Of San Felipe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Pueblo Of San Felipe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 40.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 11.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 62 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 20 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 93 in 2014, Pueblo Of San Felipe Head Start served approximately .5.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Pueblo Of San Felipe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3241 3571 3841 4295 4261
Percent of population under 5 09.0% 08.7% 07.8% 07.2% 05.9%
Population under 5 294 314 303 313 255
Poverty rate for young families 11.3% 10.6% 13.2% 24.4% 40.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 20 20 24 46 62
Total cumulative enrollment 96 96 96 96 93

Pueblo Of San Felipe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Pueblo Of San Felipe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 30 93
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 0

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Pueblo Of Zuni Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Pueblo Of Zuni Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 32.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 34.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 212 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 224 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 153 in 2014, Pueblo Of Zuni Head Start Program served approximately 072.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Pueblo Of Zuni Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10876 12097 11401 10942 11065
Percent of population under 5 10.0% 09.5% 10.7% 09.9% 09.7%
Population under 5 1098 1161 1231 1094 1084
Poverty rate for young families 34.0% 25.2% 26.1% 34.5% 32.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 224 176 193 227 212
Total cumulative enrollment 151 153 153 153 153

Pueblo Of Zuni Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Pueblo Of Zuni Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 9 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 215 151
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 24 0
Hispanic of Latino 16 0

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Quechan Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Quechan Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 30.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 21.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 24 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 35 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 90 in 2014, Quechan Tribe served approximately .75.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Quechan Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2377 2199 2256 2069 1813
Percent of population under 5 11.2% 08.5% 07.9% 08.6% 07.1%
Population under 5 268 189 180 180 130
Poverty rate for young families 21.7% 29.1% 37.9% 21.2% 30.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 35 33 41 23 24
Total cumulative enrollment 103 97 95 97 90

Quechan Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Quechan Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 4
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 8 79
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 7
Two or more races 22 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 23 7

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Quileute Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Quileute Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 19.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 39.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 8 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 10 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 53 in 2014, Quileute Head Start served approximately 662.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Quileute Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 474 501 539 451 448
Percent of population under 5 08.8% 07.3% 09.0% 13.0% 15.1%
Population under 5 42 37 49 59 68
Poverty rate for young families 39.6% 27.0% 10.2% 14.1% 19.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 10 6 3 5 8
Total cumulative enrollment 58 52 55 54 53

Quileute Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Quileute Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 17
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 13 33
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 3
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 3 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 10 10

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Quinault Indian Nation Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Quinault Indian Nation Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 12 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 70 in 2014, Quinault Indian Nation Early Head Start served approximately 583.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Quinault Indian Nation Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1421 1307 1150 1261 1272
Percent of population under 5 03.6% 04.0% 05.7% 05.8% 07.7%
Population under 5 52 53 66 74 99
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 22.0% 17.6% 18.0% 20.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 7 7 8 12
Total cumulative enrollment 60 52 61 58 70

Quinault Indian Nation Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Quinault Indian Nation Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 9 70
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 17 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 7

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Quinault Indian Nation Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Quinault Indian Nation Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 12 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 61 in 2014, Quinault Indian Nation Head Start served approximately 508.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Quinault Indian Nation Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1421 1307 1150 1261 1272
Percent of population under 5 03.6% 04.0% 05.7% 05.8% 07.7%
Population under 5 52 53 66 74 99
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 22.0% 17.6% 18.0% 20.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 7 7 8 12
Total cumulative enrollment 66 70 65 67 61

Quinault Indian Nation Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Quinault Indian Nation Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 9 56
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 17 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 5

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Ramah Navajo Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Ramah Navajo Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Ramah Navajo Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 0 0 0
Percent of population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 70 72 72 79 60

Ramah Navajo Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Ramah Navajo Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 60
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Red Cliff Early Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Red Cliff Early Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 47.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 19.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 22 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 9 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 81 in 2014, Red Cliff Early Head Start Program served approximately 368.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Red Cliff Early Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 865 983 1072 1147 1079
Percent of population under 5 08.7% 09.0% 08.8% 07.5% 07.1%
Population under 5 76 89 95 87 77
Poverty rate for young families 19.7% 29.9% 33.3% 51.7% 47.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 9 16 19 27 22
Total cumulative enrollment 89 83 81 84 81

Red Cliff Early Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Red Cliff Early Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 17 79
Asian 2 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 5

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Red Cliff Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Red Cliff Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 47.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 19.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 22 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 9 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 54 in 2014, Red Cliff Head Start Program served approximately 245.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Red Cliff Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 865 983 1072 1147 1079
Percent of population under 5 08.7% 09.0% 08.8% 07.5% 07.1%
Population under 5 76 89 95 87 77
Poverty rate for young families 19.7% 29.9% 33.3% 51.7% 47.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 9 16 19 27 22
Total cumulative enrollment 52 52 50 54 54

Red Cliff Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Red Cliff Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 17 51
Asian 2 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Red Lake Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Red Lake Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 50.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 50.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 233 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 222 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 193 in 2014, Red Lake Head Start served approximately 082.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Red Lake Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 5684 5777 5828 5871 5907
Percent of population under 5 12.9% 12.8% 12.4% 12.7% 13.0%
Population under 5 738 745 728 751 773
Poverty rate for young families 50.1% 48.0% 50.8% 49.0% 50.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 222 215 222 221 233
Total cumulative enrollment 129 129 184 160 193

Red Lake Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Red Lake Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 209 191
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 36 0

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Redding Rancheria Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Redding Rancheria Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Redding Rancheria Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 32 20 34 52 36
Percent of population under 5 0.% %.% 0.% 0.% 0.%
Population under 5 0 0 0 0 0
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0 0 0
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 37 35 36 42 36

Redding Rancheria Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Redding Rancheria Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 36
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Reno-sparks Indian Colony: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Reno-sparks Indian Colony: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 46.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 18.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 19 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 17 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 56 in 2014, Reno-sparks Indian Colony served approximately 294.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Reno-sparks Indian Colony 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1210 1131 1120 1059 1002
Percent of population under 5 12.8% 09.7% 06.5% 07.0% 06.7%
Population under 5 156 110 73 75 68
Poverty rate for young families 18.1% 19.6% 18.2% 39.9% 46.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 17 13 8 18 19
Total cumulative enrollment 56 57 57 54 56

Reno-sparks Indian Colony: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Reno-sparks Indian Colony Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 17 38
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 5 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Rocky Boy Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Rocky Boy Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 13.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 26.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 33 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 53 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 88 in 2014, Rocky Boy Early Head Start served approximately 266.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Rocky Boy Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3099 3210 3501 3812 3913
Percent of population under 5 10.5% 10.8% 10.3% 10.8% 10.7%
Population under 5 328 349 364 415 422
Poverty rate for young families 26.9% 16.2% 10.9% 13.2% 13.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 53 34 24 33 33
Total cumulative enrollment 56 88 88 88 88

Rocky Boy Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Rocky Boy Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 66 84
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 4
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 4

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Rocky Boy Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Rocky Boy Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 13.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 26.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 33 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 53 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 151 in 2014, Rocky Boy Head Start served approximately 457.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Rocky Boy Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3099 3210 3501 3812 3913
Percent of population under 5 10.5% 10.8% 10.3% 10.8% 10.7%
Population under 5 328 349 364 415 422
Poverty rate for young families 26.9% 16.2% 10.9% 13.2% 13.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 53 34 24 33 33
Total cumulative enrollment 151 151 151 151 151

Rocky Boy Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Rocky Boy Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 66 150
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Rosebud Sioux Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Rosebud Sioux Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 40.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 38.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 353 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 317 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 380 in 2014, Rosebud Sioux Tribe Head Start served approximately 107.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Rosebud Sioux Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10670 10863 11135 11219 11315
Percent of population under 5 12.6% 12.9% 12.8% 12.9% 12.7%
Population under 5 1355 1412 1436 1458 1448
Poverty rate for young families 38.9% 34.7% 34.4% 33.7% 40.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 317 294 297 295 353
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 368 380

Rosebud Sioux Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Rosebud Sioux Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 4
Black/African American 2 0
AI/AN 292 370
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 3
Two or more races 134 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 18 0

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Round Valley Indian Tribes: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Round Valley Indian Tribes: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Round Valley Indian Tribes 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 449 375 431 369 337
Percent of population under 5 16.9% 13.6% 17.1% 20.8% 03.5%
Population under 5 76 51 74 77 12
Poverty rate for young families 43.8% 45.7% 38.2% 43.2% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 20 14 17 20 0
Total cumulative enrollment 20 20 21 23 20

Round Valley Indian Tribes: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Round Valley Indian Tribes Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 1 17
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 3 1

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Rural America Initiatives Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Rural America Initiatives Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 22.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 98 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 105 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 107 in 2014, Rural America Initiatives Ehs served approximately 109.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Rural America Initiatives Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6609 7020 7090 6847 6929
Percent of population under 5 11.8% 11.0% 12.0% 11.5% 11.2%
Population under 5 786 779 857 794 782
Poverty rate for young families 22.2% 27.3% 19.2% 23.9% 20.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 105 128 99 114 98
Total cumulative enrollment 136 129 123 117 107

Rural America Initiatives Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Rural America Initiatives Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 136 107
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 10 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Rural America Initiatives Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Rural America Initiatives Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 22.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 98 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 105 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 199 in 2014, Rural America Initiatives Hs served approximately 203.0% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Rural America Initiatives Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6609 7020 7090 6847 6929
Percent of population under 5 11.8% 11.0% 12.0% 11.5% 11.2%
Population under 5 786 779 857 794 782
Poverty rate for young families 22.2% 27.3% 19.2% 23.9% 20.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 105 128 99 114 98
Total cumulative enrollment 211 211 200 198 199

Rural America Initiatives Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Rural America Initiatives Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 136 199
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 10 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 11.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 28 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 142 in 2014, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Early Head Start served approximately 507.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6458 6849 6519 6475 6132
Percent of population under 5 08.1% 07.9% 08.1% 08.% 06.4%
Population under 5 529 547 534 518 398
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 04.2% 09.6% 08.0% 11.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 14 31 25 28
Total cumulative enrollment 125 144 139 154 142

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 11 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 72 141
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 5 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 15 0
Hispanic of Latino 13 40

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Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 11.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 28 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 185 in 2014, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Head Start served approximately 660.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6458 6849 6519 6475 6132
Percent of population under 5 08.1% 07.9% 08.1% 08.% 06.4%
Population under 5 529 547 534 518 398
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 04.2% 09.6% 08.0% 11.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 14 31 25 28
Total cumulative enrollment 196 194 197 179 185

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 11 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 72 185
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 5 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 15 0
Hispanic of Latino 13 61

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Samish Indian Nation: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Samish Indian Nation: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 08.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 07.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 74 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 61 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 32 in 2014, Samish Indian Nation served approximately 043.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Samish Indian Nation 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 36392 36597 36619 36674 36757
Percent of population under 5 03.8% 03.7% 03.8% 03.7% 03.7%
Population under 5 1419 1390 1428 1393 1396
Poverty rate for young families 07.1% 06.9% 06.7% 06.1% 08.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 61 58 58 51 74
Total cumulative enrollment 33 34 37 35 32

Samish Indian Nation: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Samish Indian Nation Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 76 13
Black/African American 0 2
AI/AN 0 5
Asian 1 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 3 0
Some other race alone 8 0
Two or more races 9 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 104 0
Hispanic of Latino 42 10

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San Carlos Apache Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

San Carlos Apache Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 21.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 27.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 165 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 252 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 240 in 2014, San Carlos Apache Tribe Head Start served approximately 145.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

San Carlos Apache Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 11323 10992 10426 10762 10419
Percent of population under 5 13.2% 13.3% 12.4% 12.0% 12.1%
Population under 5 1505 1472 1303 1302 1271
Poverty rate for young families 27.9% 29.8% 28.1% 25.0% 21.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 252 264 220 196 165
Total cumulative enrollment 254 258 255 255 240

San Carlos Apache Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

San Carlos Apache Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 250 240
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 45 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 47 0

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San Juan Pueblo: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

San Juan Pueblo: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 31.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 28.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 71 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 84 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 0 in 2014, San Juan Pueblo served approximately 0 of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

San Juan Pueblo 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6419 6281 6646 6858 7188
Percent of population under 5 07.6% 06.6% 05.9% 05.8% 05.2%
Population under 5 494 420 398 404 380
Poverty rate for young families 28.3% 30.1% 24.2% 27.2% 31.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 84 76 58 66 71
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 0 0

San Juan Pueblo: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

San Juan Pueblo Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 37 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 6 0
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 22 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 91 0

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Santa Clara Pueblo: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Santa Clara Pueblo: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 25.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 26.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 123 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 155 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 38 in 2014, Santa Clara Pueblo served approximately 030.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Santa Clara Pueblo 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 11231 11174 11210 11417 11613
Percent of population under 5 08.5% 08.2% 08.1% 07.5% 06.8%
Population under 5 965 927 919 867 801
Poverty rate for young families 26.7% 21.3% 21.0% 24.7% 25.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 155 119 116 129 123
Total cumulative enrollment 38 38 38 38 38

Santa Clara Pueblo: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Santa Clara Pueblo Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 51 0
Black/African American 2 0
AI/AN 21 35
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 71 3
Two or more races 61 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 207 3

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Santee Sioux Nation Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Santee Sioux Nation Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 35.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 52.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 22 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 38 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 40 in 2014, Santee Sioux Nation Head Start served approximately 181.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Santee Sioux Nation Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 960 910 1000 995 1019
Percent of population under 5 12.5% 12.0% 11.5% 11.7% 10.2%
Population under 5 120 110 115 117 104
Poverty rate for young families 52.7% 56.0% 49.2% 34.1% 35.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 38 37 34 24 22
Total cumulative enrollment 39 41 40 41 40

Santee Sioux Nation Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Santee Sioux Nation Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 16 40
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 0

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Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 35.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 21.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 68 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 54 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 136 in 2014, Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3169 3068 3110 3245 3349
Percent of population under 5 13.1% 11.2% 11.4% 10.7% 09.5%
Population under 5 418 346 357 350 321
Poverty rate for young families 21.5% 28.4% 25.2% 37.6% 35.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 54 59 54 79 68
Total cumulative enrollment 120 120 124 143 136

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 51 133
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 2
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 3

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Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 35.3% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 21.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 68 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 54 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 120 in 2014, Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Ehs served approximately 176.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3169 3068 3110 3245 3349
Percent of population under 5 13.1% 11.2% 11.4% 10.7% 09.5%
Population under 5 418 346 357 350 321
Poverty rate for young families 21.5% 28.4% 25.2% 37.6% 35.3%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 54 59 54 79 68
Total cumulative enrollment 79 122 121 91 120

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Santo Domingo Early Childhood Learning Center Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 51 119
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 49.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 102 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 60 in 2014, Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Ehs served approximately 058.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 2214 1994 2295
Percent of population under 5 0 0 12.0% 13.7% 14.8%
Population under 5 0 0 267 275 341
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 58.6% 51.5% 49.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 94 85 102
Total cumulative enrollment 61 64 57 48 60

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 11 1
Black/African American 33 0
AI/AN 37 59
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 12 0
Two or more races 40 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 26 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 2

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Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 49.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 102 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 94 in 2014, Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Hs served approximately 092.1% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 2214 1994 2295
Percent of population under 5 0 0 12.0% 13.7% 14.8%
Population under 5 0 0 267 275 341
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 58.6% 51.5% 49.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 94 85 102
Total cumulative enrollment 89 87 88 87 94

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Sault Sainte Marie Tribe Of Chippewa Indians Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 11 1
Black/African American 33 0
AI/AN 37 90
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 12 0
Two or more races 40 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 26 0
Hispanic of Latino 2 3

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Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 26.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 19.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 244 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 184 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 78 in 2014, Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Ehs served approximately 031.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 22797 22927 23157 23419 23339
Percent of population under 5 06.9% 06.9% 06.8% 06.7% 06.6%
Population under 5 1595 1604 1597 1592 1563
Poverty rate for young families 19.2% 21.7% 23.3% 25.5% 26.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 184 209 224 244 244
Total cumulative enrollment 83 70 78 79 78

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 110 15
Black/African American 34 6
AI/AN 74 41
Asian 2 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 2 0
Two or more races 86 16
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 175 0
Hispanic of Latino 47 0

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Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 26.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 19.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 244 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 184 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 143 in 2014, Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Hs served approximately 058.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 22797 22927 23157 23419 23339
Percent of population under 5 06.9% 06.9% 06.8% 06.7% 06.6%
Population under 5 1595 1604 1597 1592 1563
Poverty rate for young families 19.2% 21.7% 23.3% 25.5% 26.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 184 209 224 244 244
Total cumulative enrollment 192 163 153 145 143

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Seminole Nation Of Oklahoma Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 110 33
Black/African American 34 1
AI/AN 74 84
Asian 2 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 2 7
Two or more races 86 18
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 175 0
Hispanic of Latino 47 7

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Seneca Nation Of Indians: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Seneca Nation Of Indians: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 24.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 44 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 79 in 2014, Seneca Nation Of Indians served approximately 179.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Seneca Nation Of Indians 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2229 2275 2273 2212 2341
Percent of population under 5 04.7% 09.0% 08.9% 10.7% 12.5%
Population under 5 106 207 204 238 294
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 24.9% 13.8% 23.8% 24.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 31 17 34 44
Total cumulative enrollment 83 82 87 82 79

Seneca Nation Of Indians: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Seneca Nation Of Indians Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 36 77
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 7 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 2

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Shoshone & Arapaho Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Shoshone & Arapaho Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 16.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 19.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 207 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 249 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 138 in 2014, Shoshone & Arapaho Early Head Start served approximately 066.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Shoshone & Arapaho Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 26215 26542 26882 27148 27406
Percent of population under 5 07.9% 08.0% 07.5% 07.6% 07.4%
Population under 5 2097 2149 2043 2090 2055
Poverty rate for young families 19.7% 20.1% 25.7% 19.5% 16.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 249 260 316 245 207
Total cumulative enrollment 144 133 134 141 138

Shoshone & Arapaho Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Shoshone & Arapaho Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 104 7
Black/African American 9 0
AI/AN 89 131
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 33 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 147 0
Hispanic of Latino 44 0

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Shoshone & Arapaho Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Shoshone & Arapaho Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 16.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 19.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 207 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 249 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 242 in 2014, Shoshone & Arapaho Head Start served approximately 116.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Shoshone & Arapaho Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 26215 26542 26882 27148 27406
Percent of population under 5 07.9% 08.0% 07.5% 07.6% 07.4%
Population under 5 2097 2149 2043 2090 2055
Poverty rate for young families 19.7% 20.1% 25.7% 19.5% 16.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 249 260 316 245 207
Total cumulative enrollment 244 237 244 244 242

Shoshone & Arapaho Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Shoshone & Arapaho Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 104 4
Black/African American 9 0
AI/AN 89 236
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 33 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 147 0
Hispanic of Latino 44 2

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Shoshone-bannock Tribal Business Council: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Shoshone-bannock Tribal Business Council: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 13.4% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 49 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 38 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 89 in 2014, Shoshone-bannock Tribal Business Council served approximately 181.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Shoshone-bannock Tribal Business Council 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 5351 5372 5417 6041 5896
Percent of population under 5 08.7% 08.6% 06.6% 06.7% 06.5%
Population under 5 470 467 362 410 389
Poverty rate for young families 13.4% 13.9% 24.4% 15.4% 20.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 38 39 53 38 49
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 91 89

Shoshone-bannock Tribal Business Council: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Shoshone-bannock Tribal Business Council Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 7 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 33 80
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 2 0
Hispanic of Latino 27 0

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Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 23.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 122 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 134 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 64 in 2014, Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Ehs served approximately 052.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10624 10556 10985 11103 11185
Percent of population under 5 08.8% 08.6% 08.2% 08.5% 08.8%
Population under 5 945 918 911 954 995
Poverty rate for young families 23.6% 30.3% 28.3% 29.5% 20.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 134 167 155 169 122
Total cumulative enrollment 59 74 72 47 64

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 11 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 128 62
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 53 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 16 0
Hispanic of Latino 58 0

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Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 20.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 23.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 122 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 134 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 190 in 2014, Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Hs served approximately 155.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10624 10556 10985 11103 11185
Percent of population under 5 08.8% 08.6% 08.2% 08.5% 08.8%
Population under 5 945 918 911 954 995
Poverty rate for young families 23.6% 30.3% 28.3% 29.5% 20.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 134 167 155 169 122
Total cumulative enrollment 188 188 181 152 190

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Sisseton Wahpeton Oyate Of The Lake Traverse Res Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 11 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 128 173
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 53 16
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 16 0
Hispanic of Latino 58 4

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Skokomish Indian Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Skokomish Indian Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 31.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 7 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 40 in 2014, Skokomish Indian Tribe served approximately 571.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Skokomish Indian Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 698 616 679 662 758
Percent of population under 5 05.8% 06.9% 07.6% 06.1% 04.8%
Population under 5 41 43 52 41 37
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 03.2% 20.3% 31.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 1 5 7
Total cumulative enrollment 40 40 40 40 40

Skokomish Indian Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Skokomish Indian Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 14
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 4 24
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 5 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 5

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Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Ehs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 06.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 53 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 34 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 58 in 2014, Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Ehs served approximately 109.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 12448 13350 13420 13200 13043
Percent of population under 5 06.7% 06.4% 06.0% 05.5% 06.1%
Population under 5 846 867 818 739 808
Poverty rate for young families 06.6% 11.1% 08.9% 11.0% 10.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 34 58 44 49 53
Total cumulative enrollment 58 56 58 58 58

Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 15 10
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 11 27
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 7 8
Two or more races 0 13
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 18 0
Hispanic of Latino 16 26

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Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Hs: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 10.9% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 06.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 53 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 34 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 110 in 2014, Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Hs served approximately 207.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 12448 13350 13420 13200 13043
Percent of population under 5 06.7% 06.4% 06.0% 05.5% 06.1%
Population under 5 846 867 818 739 808
Poverty rate for young families 06.6% 11.1% 08.9% 11.0% 10.9%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 34 58 44 49 53
Total cumulative enrollment 113 114 116 108 110

Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Southern Ute Community Action Programs, Inc. Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 15 29
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 11 45
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 7 27
Two or more races 0 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 18 0
Hispanic of Latino 16 44

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Spokane Tribe Of Indians Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Spokane Tribe Of Indians Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 50.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0.% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 68 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 78 in 2014, Spokane Tribe Of Indians Head Start served approximately 114.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Spokane Tribe Of Indians Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1819 1925 2013 1999 2064
Percent of population under 5 09.5% 09.5% 08.6% 09.3% 10.8%
Population under 5 174 184 175 187 224
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 44.3% 46.6% 48.1% 50.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 49 49 54 68
Total cumulative enrollment 79 77 83 77 78

Spokane Tribe Of Indians Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Spokane Tribe Of Indians Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 26 77
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 7 0
Two or more races 39 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 6 0
Hispanic of Latino 20 0

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St Regis Mohawk Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

St Regis Mohawk Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

St Regis Mohawk Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3134 3173 3212 3240 3244
Percent of population under 5 07.6% 06.7% 08.7% 08.9% 07.7%
Population under 5 241 215 282 291 253
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 69 69

St Regis Mohawk Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

St Regis Mohawk Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 34 69
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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St. Croix Tribal Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

St. Croix Tribal Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 49.7% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 54.7% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 17 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 22 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 39 in 2014, St. Croix Tribal Head Start served approximately 229.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

St. Croix Tribal Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 604 626 697 735 656
Percent of population under 5 11.0% 14.6% 13.7% 09.7% 08.6%
Population under 5 67 92 96 72 57
Poverty rate for young families 54.7% 43.4% 52.0% 46.2% 49.7%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 22 24 30 20 17
Total cumulative enrollment 35 35 37 43 39

St. Croix Tribal Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

St. Croix Tribal Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 11 36
Asian 6 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Standing Rock 0-5 Head Start Program: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Standing Rock 0-5 Head Start Program: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 25.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 28.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 128 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 152 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 261 in 2014, Standing Rock 0-5 Head Start Program served approximately 203.9% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Standing Rock 0-5 Head Start Program 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8194 8222 8258 8342 8452
Percent of population under 5 10.7% 10.8% 10.6% 10.1% 10.0%
Population under 5 884 896 883 850 853
Poverty rate for young families 28.6% 23.0% 29.2% 23.3% 25.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 152 124 155 119 128
Total cumulative enrollment 312 282 290 248 261

Standing Rock 0-5 Head Start Program: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Standing Rock 0-5 Head Start Program Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 3
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 144 258
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 3 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 6 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 9

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Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 25.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 28.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 128 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 152 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 111 in 2014, Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Early Head Start served approximately 086.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8194 8222 8258 8342 8452
Percent of population under 5 10.7% 10.8% 10.6% 10.1% 10.0%
Population under 5 884 896 883 850 853
Poverty rate for young families 28.6% 23.0% 29.2% 23.3% 25.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 152 124 155 119 128
Total cumulative enrollment 106 102 109 105 111

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 3 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 144 107
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 3 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 6 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 3

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Stockbridge-munsee Head Start: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Stockbridge-munsee Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 04.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 0 in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 2 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 0 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 28 in 2014, Stockbridge-munsee Head Start served approximately 4.0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Stockbridge-munsee Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 0 0 823 891 926
Percent of population under 5 0 0 06.1% 09.0% 08.0%
Population under 5 0 0 51 81 75
Poverty rate for young families 0 0 0.% 04.1% 04.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 2 2
Total cumulative enrollment 22 22 24 25 28

Stockbridge-munsee Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Stockbridge-munsee Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 4
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 6 22
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 11 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Suquamish Tribe Early Head Start: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Suquamish Tribe Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 09.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 08.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 21 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 17 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 42 in 2014, Suquamish Tribe Early Head Start served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Suquamish Tribe Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 7031 7004 7306 7434 7613
Percent of population under 5 04.9% 04.6% 04.5% 04.6% 04.7%
Population under 5 351 329 336 349 365
Poverty rate for young families 08.0% 05.5% 08.4% 08.5% 09.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 17 11 17 18 21
Total cumulative enrollment 40 48 45 44 42

Suquamish Tribe Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Suquamish Tribe Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 14 7
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 3 33
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 7 2
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 25 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 4

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Suquamish Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Suquamish Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 09.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 08.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 21 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 17 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 39 in 2014, Suquamish Tribe Head Start served approximately 185.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Suquamish Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 7031 7004 7306 7434 7613
Percent of population under 5 04.9% 04.6% 04.5% 04.6% 04.7%
Population under 5 351 329 336 349 365
Poverty rate for young families 08.0% 05.5% 08.4% 08.5% 09.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 17 11 17 18 21
Total cumulative enrollment 38 40 37 38 39

Suquamish Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Suquamish Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 14 15
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 3 16
Asian 0 1
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 7 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 25 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 3

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Tanana Chiefs Conference Ehs: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Tanana Chiefs Conference Ehs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Tanana Chiefs Conference Ehs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 347 303 252 261 248
Percent of population under 5 01.1% 01.6% 01.9% 03.4% 05.2%
Population under 5 4 5 5 9 13
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 150 122 82 77 94

Tanana Chiefs Conference Ehs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Tanana Chiefs Conference Ehs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 8
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 84
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Tanana Chiefs Conference Hs: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Tanana Chiefs Conference Hs: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Tanana Chiefs Conference Hs 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 347 303 252 261 248
Percent of population under 5 01.1% 01.6% 01.9% 03.4% 05.2%
Population under 5 4 5 5 9 13
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 95 108 137 133 103

Tanana Chiefs Conference Hs: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Tanana Chiefs Conference Hs Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 16
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 78
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 1

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Taos Pueblo Head Start: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Taos Pueblo Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 37.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 20.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 43 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 33 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 53 in 2014, Taos Pueblo Head Start served approximately 123.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Taos Pueblo Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 5258 5361 5290 4958 5181
Percent of population under 5 05.1% 03.2% 04.2% 03.7% 03.6%
Population under 5 273 176 227 188 191
Poverty rate for young families 20.1% 22.7% 28.6% 39.8% 37.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 33 24 39 45 43
Total cumulative enrollment 54 70 56 53 53

Taos Pueblo Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Taos Pueblo Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 18 22
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 7 31
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 19 0
Two or more races 1 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 1 0
Hispanic of Latino 55 26

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The Chickasaw Nation Head Start: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

The Chickasaw Nation Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 14.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 14.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 1765 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 1770 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 331 in 2014, The Chickasaw Nation Head Start served approximately 018.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

The Chickasaw Nation Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 298670 300825 303096 305445 306859
Percent of population under 5 06.7% 06.7% 06.6% 06.5% 06.5%
Population under 5 20309 20456 20307 20159 20252
Poverty rate for young families 14.5% 13.9% 13.5% 13.7% 14.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 1770 1718 1648 1669 1765
Total cumulative enrollment 313 305 304 305 331

The Chickasaw Nation Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

The Chickasaw Nation Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 1201 65
Black/African American 78 56
AI/AN 134 183
Asian 2 5
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 55 0
Some other race alone 217 0
Two or more races 674 22
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 1821 0
Hispanic of Latino 529 21

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The Tulalip Tribes: Demographic Report

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This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

The Tulalip Tribes: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 07.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 07.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 22 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 35 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 76 in 2014, The Tulalip Tribes served approximately 345.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

The Tulalip Tribes 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 10055 10353 10494 10172 10105
Percent of population under 5 07.3% 07.3% 06.5% 05.3% 04.9%
Population under 5 744 766 692 549 505
Poverty rate for young families 07.8% 08.0% 08.9% 10.6% 07.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 35 37 37 35 22
Total cumulative enrollment 74 0 90 87 76

The Tulalip Tribes: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

The Tulalip Tribes Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 13 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 14 47
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 9 27
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 13 0
Hispanic of Latino 7 14

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Three Affiliated Tribes: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Three Affiliated Tribes: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 21.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 23.6% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 84 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 76 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 210 in 2014, Three Affiliated Tribes served approximately .5.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Three Affiliated Tribes 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6162 6386 6498 6840 7190
Percent of population under 5 08.6% 08.5% 08.4% 09.1% 09.1%
Population under 5 536 549 552 629 661
Poverty rate for young families 23.6% 25.8% 13.5% 19.3% 21.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 76 85 45 73 84
Total cumulative enrollment 211 197 188 195 210

Three Affiliated Tribes: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Three Affiliated Tribes Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 7
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 88 193
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 16 8
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 32 25

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Tlingit & Haida Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Tlingit & Haida Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 11.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 11.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 135 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 110 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 288 in 2014, Tlingit & Haida Head Start served approximately 213.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Tlingit & Haida Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 29464 29467 30642 30898 31481
Percent of population under 5 05.3% 05.3% 05.7% 06.2% 06.1%
Population under 5 1585 1564 1760 1919 1925
Poverty rate for young families 11.5% 11.8% 11.4% 11.2% 11.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 110 111 121 130 135
Total cumulative enrollment 306 288 278 269 288

Tlingit & Haida Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Tlingit & Haida Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 63 54
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 51 197
Asian 2 6
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 14
Some other race alone 6 0
Two or more races 49 10
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 94 0
Hispanic of Latino 40 25

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Tohono O’odham Nation: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Tohono O’odham Nation: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 45.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 47.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 222 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 315 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 215 in 2014, Tohono O’odham Nation served approximately 096.8% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Tohono O’odham Nation 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 9753 9557 9812 9912 9969
Percent of population under 5 11.3% 10.0% 08.1% 07.7% 08.1%
Population under 5 1111 965 804 773 817
Poverty rate for young families 47.2% 58.3% 53.6% 51.0% 45.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 315 338 259 237 222
Total cumulative enrollment 258 262 215 215 215

Tohono O’odham Nation: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Tohono O’odham Nation Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 2 0
Black/African American 4 0
AI/AN 178 215
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 10 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 12 0

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Turtle Mountain Band Of Chippewa Indians: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Turtle Mountain Band Of Chippewa Indians: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 36.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 17.9% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 195 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 99 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 371 in 2014, Turtle Mountain Band Of Chippewa Indians served approximately 190.2% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Turtle Mountain Band Of Chippewa Indians 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 8271 8466 8746 8921 9006
Percent of population under 5 11.0% 10.3% 10.7% 10.0% 09.8%
Population under 5 918 880 944 901 891
Poverty rate for young families 17.9% 25.7% 22.5% 30.1% 36.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 99 136 128 163 195
Total cumulative enrollment 362 364 372 344 371

Turtle Mountain Band Of Chippewa Indians: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Turtle Mountain Band Of Chippewa Indians Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 6 7
Black/African American 0 1
AI/AN 178 358
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 29 4
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 6 0

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Upper Skagit Indian Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Upper Skagit Indian Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 64.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 62.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 12 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 9 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 41 in 2014, Upper Skagit Indian Tribe served approximately 341.6% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Upper Skagit Indian Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 329 313 291 309 296
Percent of population under 5 07.2% 07.6% 10.6% 12.2% 10.4%
Population under 5 24 24 31 38 31
Poverty rate for young families 62.5% 62.5% 64.5% 65.7% 64.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 9 9 12 15 12
Total cumulative enrollment 38 37 37 40 41

Upper Skagit Indian Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Upper Skagit Indian Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 14
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 8 24
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 9

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Ute Indian Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Ute Indian Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 43.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 52.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 28 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 41 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 241 in 2014, Ute Indian Tribe Head Start served approximately 860.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Ute Indian Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1436 1583 1643 1696 1579
Percent of population under 5 09.0% 06.3% 06.0% 06.7% 06.7%
Population under 5 130 101 100 115 107
Poverty rate for young families 52.5% 44.5% 51.6% 50.7% 43.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 41 27 31 35 28
Total cumulative enrollment 250 245 251 242 241

Ute Indian Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Ute Indian Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 6 98
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 18 112
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 5
Some other race alone 0 20
Two or more races 0 6
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 17 43

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Ute Mountain Ute Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Ute Mountain Ute Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 43.6% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 52.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 28 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 41 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 62 in 2014, Ute Mountain Ute Tribe served approximately 221.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1436 1583 1643 1696 1579
Percent of population under 5 09.0% 06.3% 06.0% 06.7% 06.7%
Population under 5 130 101 100 115 107
Poverty rate for young families 52.5% 44.5% 51.6% 50.7% 43.6%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 41 27 31 35 28
Total cumulative enrollment 62 61 64 63 62

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 6 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 18 59
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 17 2

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Walatowa Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Walatowa Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

It’s possible that the sample size for this service area is too small for the ACS to provide reliable data. If this is the case then there are other ways to produce a rough estimate of trends effecting the number of Head Start eligible children in the service area.

Walatowa Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1918 1925 1916 1873 1910
Percent of population under 5 07.0% 08.7% 08.8% 09.0% 08.2%
Population under 5 136 169 170 170 158
Poverty rate for young families 0.% 0.% 0.% %.% 0.%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 0 0 0 0 0
Total cumulative enrollment 68 68 68 68 68

Walatowa Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Walatowa Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 24 68
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 0 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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Washoe Tribe Of Nevada And California: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Washoe Tribe Of Nevada And California: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 08.1% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 04.1% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 6 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 2 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 101 in 2014, Washoe Tribe Of Nevada And California served approximately 168.3% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Washoe Tribe Of Nevada And California 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3490 2999 2787 2849 3064
Percent of population under 5 02.2% 02.9% 02.5% 03.4% 03.9%
Population under 5 80 89 72 99 122
Poverty rate for young families 04.1% 07.4% 0.% 06.7% 08.1%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 2 4 0 4 6
Total cumulative enrollment 90 90 90 106 101

Washoe Tribe Of Nevada And California: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Washoe Tribe Of Nevada And California Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 10 31
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 0 39
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 22
Two or more races 0 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 15 0
Hispanic of Latino 1 41

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White Earth Ojibwe Reservation Business Committee: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

White Earth Ojibwe Reservation Business Committee: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 31.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 17.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 165 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 83 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 0 in 2014, White Earth Ojibwe Reservation Business Committee served approximately 0 of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

White Earth Ojibwe Reservation Business Committee 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 9862 9919 9858 9979 9919
Percent of population under 5 08.0% 08.4% 08.6% 08.6% 08.7%
Population under 5 798 843 857 868 872
Poverty rate for young families 17.3% 29.4% 27.2% 33.4% 31.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 83 149 140 174 165
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 0 0

White Earth Ojibwe Reservation Business Committee: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

White Earth Ojibwe Reservation Business Committee Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 13 0
Black/African American 5 0
AI/AN 116 0
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 30 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 11 0
Hispanic of Latino 22 0

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White Earth Reservation Business Committee: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

White Earth Reservation Business Committee: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 31.5% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 17.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 165 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 83 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 0 in 2014, White Earth Reservation Business Committee served approximately 0 of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

White Earth Reservation Business Committee 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 9862 9919 9858 9979 9919
Percent of population under 5 08.0% 08.4% 08.6% 08.6% 08.7%
Population under 5 798 843 857 868 872
Poverty rate for young families 17.3% 29.4% 27.2% 33.4% 31.5%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 83 149 140 174 165
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 0 0

White Earth Reservation Business Committee: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

White Earth Reservation Business Committee Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 13 0
Black/African American 5 0
AI/AN 116 0
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 30 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 11 0
Hispanic of Latino 22 0

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White Mountain Apache Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

White Mountain Apache Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 45.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 47.4% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 424 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 435 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 262 in 2014, White Mountain Apache Tribe served approximately 061.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

White Mountain Apache Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 12424 13434 13841 14375 14748
Percent of population under 5 12.2% 11.9% 11.9% 11.5% 10.5%
Population under 5 1528 1612 1660 1667 1563
Poverty rate for young families 47.4% 44.9% 45.8% 47.3% 45.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 435 435 457 474 424
Total cumulative enrollment 258 263 254 259 262

White Mountain Apache Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

White Mountain Apache Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 370 258
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 20 4
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 52 0

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Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 23.4% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 03.5% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 43 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 5 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 106 in 2014, Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska served approximately 246.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 2526 2705 2722 2746 2814
Percent of population under 5 09.2% 09.8% 11.2% 10.1% 10.8%
Population under 5 234 267 307 280 306
Poverty rate for young families 03.5% 20.5% 26.0% 24.4% 23.4%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 5 33 48 41 43
Total cumulative enrollment 102 99 101 102 106

Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Winnebago Tribe Of Nebraska Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 1
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 34 104
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 4 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 4 0

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Yakama Nation Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Yakama Nation Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 15.8% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 27.8% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 267 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 562 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 189 in 2014, Yakama Nation Head Start served approximately 070.7% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Yakama Nation Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 31692 31751 32159 31824 31267
Percent of population under 5 10.5% 10.5% 09.8% 08.8% 08.9%
Population under 5 3359 3365 3183 2832 2814
Poverty rate for young families 27.8% 22.5% 16.0% 14.4% 15.8%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 562 456 306 245 267
Total cumulative enrollment 186 206 199 202 189

Yakama Nation Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Yakama Nation Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 327 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 111 167
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 3
Some other race alone 61 10
Two or more races 14 9
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 78 0
Hispanic of Latino 638 28

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Yankton Sioux Tribe: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Yankton Sioux Tribe: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 24.2% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 28.3% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 91 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 93 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 45 in 2014, Yankton Sioux Tribe served approximately 049.4% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Yankton Sioux Tribe 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 6504 6564 6656 6659 6652
Percent of population under 5 08.3% 08.7% 09.1% 09.5% 09.3%
Population under 5 546 577 612 639 625
Poverty rate for young families 28.3% 24.5% 33.7% 22.9% 24.2%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 93 85 124 88 91
Total cumulative enrollment 0 0 0 45 45

Yankton Sioux Tribe: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Yankton Sioux Tribe Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 0 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 103 45
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 13 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 0 0
Hispanic of Latino 15 1

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Yurok Tribe Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Yurok Tribe Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 22.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 43.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 11 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 35 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 94 in 2014, Yurok Tribe Head Start served approximately 854.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Yurok Tribe Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1302 1367 1552 1364 1235
Percent of population under 5 10.3% 09.1% 08.9% 09.6% 06.7%
Population under 5 135 125 139 132 83
Poverty rate for young families 43.2% 32.% 27.5% 27.7% 22.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 35 24 23 22 11
Total cumulative enrollment 91 73 77 85 94

Yurok Tribe Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Yurok Tribe Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 5 4
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 4 85
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 1
Some other race alone 0 4
Two or more races 8 0
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 8 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 4

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Yurok Tribe Head Start-early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Yurok Tribe Head Start-early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 22.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is down from 43.2% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 11 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, down from 35 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 105 in 2014, Yurok Tribe Head Start-early Head Start served approximately 954.5% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Yurok Tribe Head Start-early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 1302 1367 1552 1364 1235
Percent of population under 5 10.3% 09.1% 08.9% 09.6% 06.7%
Population under 5 135 125 139 132 83
Poverty rate for young families 43.2% 32.% 27.5% 27.7% 22.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 35 24 23 22 11
Total cumulative enrollment 129 104 97 109 105

Yurok Tribe Head Start-early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Yurok Tribe Head Start-early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 5 4
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 4 98
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 1
Two or more races 8 1
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 8 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Zaasijiwan Early Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

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Zaasijiwan Early Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 42.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 30.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 56 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 42 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 84 in 2014, Zaasijiwan Early Head Start served approximately .5.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Zaasijiwan Early Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3389 3407 3357 3372 3476
Percent of population under 5 06.8% 06.3% 06.4% 05.8% 06.3%
Population under 5 233 218 218 198 222
Poverty rate for young families 30.0% 34.4% 60.3% 37.8% 42.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 42 45 79 45 56
Total cumulative enrollment 40 12 51 69 84

Zaasijiwan Early Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Zaasijiwan Early Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 2
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 32 79
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 12 3
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 4 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 2

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Zaasijiwan Head Start: Demographic Report

Prepared by Early Childhood Analytics

This report uses data from the 5-Year American Community Survey (ACS) to find demographic estimates for Region 11 AI/AN Head Start Programs. Tables DP03, S0101 and B17001A-I are used for the geography All American Indian Areas/Alaska Native Areas/Hawaiian Home Lands within United States. It combines these estimates with data from Program Information Reports from the Head Start Enterprise System. If there is no data or limited data in the tables and graphs below then there was not a large enough sample size for the service area for the ACS to produce reliable estimates. This report is an excerpt of a longer version which includes, among other things:

  • Median family income and income distribution for the service area
  • Households receiving SSI, SNAP Benefits/Food Stamps, and cash public assistance
  • Interactive map with data overlays by Zip Code & by recruitment area
  • Children with disabilities

Contact Early Childhood Analytics if you would like to inquire about receiving the full demographic report for your program.

Zaasijiwan Head Start: Estimated Head Start Eligible Children

The poverty rate for families with children under the age of 5 was 42.0% for 2014, the latest year for which there is data. This is up from 30.0% in 2010. Using the poverty rate, population, and the percentage of the population under the age of 5, an estimate for the number of Head Start eligible children can be computed. In 2014 there was an estimated 56 Head Start eligible children living in the service area, up from 42 in 2010. With a total cumulative enrollment of 56 in 2014, Zaasijiwan Head Start served approximately .0.% of the estimated Head Start eligible population in its service area.

Zaasijiwan Head Start 2010-2011 2011-2012 2012-2013 2013-2014 2014-2015
Population 3389 3407 3357 3372 3476
Percent of population under 5 06.8% 06.3% 06.4% 05.8% 06.3%
Population under 5 233 218 218 198 222
Poverty rate for young families 30.0% 34.4% 60.3% 37.8% 42.0%
Estimated number of Head Start eligible children 42 45 79 45 56
Total cumulative enrollment 80 86 91 89 56

Zaasijiwan Head Start: Race/ethnicity of Head Start eligible children

The ACS provides an estimate of the number of children under 5 living in poverty by race. This can be compared to the racial/ethnic makeup of the Head Start program’s enrolled children. Note that Hispanic/Latino children are not included in the pie chart below as they may be of any race.

2014 5-Year ACS – Children Under 5 in Poverty by Race

Zaasijiwan Head Start Est. HS Eligible (ACS) Children Served (PIR)
2014 2014-2015
White 4 0
Black/African American 0 0
AI/AN 32 51
Asian 0 0
Native Hawaiian and other Pacific Islander 0 0
Some other race alone 0 0
Two or more races 12 5
White alone, not Hispanic/Latino 4 0
Hispanic of Latino 0 0

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