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2019 Webinar Dates (enroll via KERS for in-service credit):

There will be some changes, including new template options, for the 2019 Report to the People. Please join Hayley Pierce and Pamela Holbrook in a presentation and discussion of these changes.

Download presentation handout here.

The annual Report to the People is one way that counties share their successes with their community. This report can reflect current impact, educational efforts whose real impact is yet to be determined, and/or other activities of interest to particular stakeholders and decision makers.

Because a consistent look has proven to be beneficial, we now provide Report to the People templates for all counties to use.  All counties are expected to use this uniform format and contribute annually to the statewide database used for many reporting and accountability requests.  

We also encourage counties to develop additional methods for delivering their impact and efforts. Counties have found success in sharing program efforts and outcomes through additional avenues such as newspapers, printed reports, radio programs, television appearances, and visits with civic and service clubs in their communities.

Important Reminders

  • Access your priority indicators to complete the Extension At a Glance box on the last page of your report here: 
  • Have signed Photo Release Forms from anyone in an image (unless it's a public event-general crowd image). It is available here in both English and Spanish.
  • In reviewing the report there are two areas - Format and Content. DO NOT distribute your report until you are specifically told that BOTH areas are approved.
  • If you have a deadline for printing and distributing your Report to the People, submit your report prior to November 15th. Be sure to communicate your deadline to right now.
  • Submit to Program and Staff Development at this location (both the original Word or Publisher document and a final PDF) by December 1st of each year.

If you have issues or questions, please contact Pamela Holbrook.