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Lancaster City Schools Early Literacy Program. Building a Community to Increase Literacy. Third Grade Guarantee. According to a study by Early Education for All , we can expect a return to society of more than $17 for every tax dollar invested in a high quality early education program.

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lancaster city schools early literacy program

Lancaster City SchoolsEarly Literacy Program

Building a Community to Increase Literacy

third grade guarantee
Third Grade Guarantee
  • According to a study by Early Education for All, we can expect a return to society of more than $17 for every tax dollar invested in a high quality early education program
lancaster city schools demographics
Lancaster City SchoolsDemographics
  • Community Factors Below State Average by 15% +
    • Adults w/Bachelors Degree, Income Levels, Homeownership
    • 56.2% Free & Reduced Lunch
  • Reading Performance (3rd Grade OAA)
    • 2010-11 – 85.7%, 2011-12 – 84.4%, 2012-13 – 85.4%
  • Challenges
    • Student Transiency – 62% of students under 392 are transient
    • Parent Involvement
early literacy grant
Early Literacy Grant
  • Strengthen Community Partnerships
      • Lancaster City Schools
      • West After School Center
      • Fairfield County Library
      • Ohio University- Lancaster
      • United Way
      • Lancaster Rotary
      • Robert K. Fox – Family Y
      • Fairfield Association for the Education of Young Children
      • Head Start
      • Maywood Mission: Sheltering Arms Day Care
      • Community Pre Schools
early literacy grant1
Early Literacy Grant
  • The grant focus has been on four main components:
    • Increase student achievement,
    • Impact teachers in the classrooms
    • Strengthen our partnerships with local community agencies
    • Provide a stronger connection between home and school.
early literacy program impact on student achievement
Early Literacy ProgramImpact on Student Achievement
  • Instruction
    • Daily instruction (240 minutes of extended learning opportunities) focused on students identified target areas
    • Direct Instruction, Lexia and Leveled Literacy Interventions
  • Resources
    • Summer Academy / Summer Bridges
  • Data Analysis
    • STAR and Lexia – quarterly and progress monitoring
  • Title I Coordination
    • Teaching Staff and Educational Assistants focused on target groups as part of the district RTI process – ongoing teacher collaboration and flexible groups
professional development impact on staff and building capacity
Professional DevelopmentImpact on Staff and Building Capacity
  • After School Programs / Training
    • Systematic
    • Data Driven
  • Job Embedded
    • Daily use of resources
    • Orton Gillingham Focus
    • Five Core Areas
    • Classroom Follow Up
  • RTI Coordination
teacher perspective
Teacher Perspective
  • Impact on student learning (Extended Day Program)
  • Building Capacity (Professional Development)
    • Teacher Collaboration
  • Individual Connections with Students
parent perspective
Parent Perspective
  • Student Impact
    • Why it works
      • Case Studies
  • Parent Communication
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