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Southwest Early Childhood Center. Inspiring Possibilities … Defining Success 2012-2013. Title 1 Preschool Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Parents As Teachers (PAT) Infant/Toddler Explore, Enrich, Research (EER). Five Programs. Principal 1Speech Therapists7

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Southwest early childhood center

Southwest Early Childhood Center

Inspiring Possibilities… Defining Success

2012-2013


Five programs

  • Title 1 Preschool

  • Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)

  • Parents As Teachers (PAT)

  • Infant/Toddler

  • Explore, Enrich, Research (EER)

Five Programs


Staff

Principal 1Speech Therapists7

Assistant Principal1Occupational Therapist1

Nurse1Physical Therapist1

Family School Advocate1Psychological Examiner1

Office Staff2Diagnostician1

Cafeteria Staff2PAT Educators 12

Custodians3Infant/Toddler Director1

Title 1 Teachers7Infant/Toddler Teacher1

Title 1 Aides7Infant/Toddler Aide1

ECSE Teachers8EER Teachers2

ECSE Aides7

ECSE Facilitators9

Total Staff77

Staff


Title 1 preschool

  • Total Students Served (seven classrooms)105

  • PAT Home Visits with Title 1 Families761

  • Students qualify based on academic and financial need.

  • Dial 3 Academic Screening - Average Percentile Gain (students attending for two years; 2011-12, 2012-13)

    Entrance Screening – 26th Percentile

    Exit Screening – 79th Percentile

  • Desired Results Developmental Profile (DRDP)

Title 1 Preschool


Early childhood special education

  • Number of Students Served225

  • Classroom End of Year Count102

  • Itinerant End of Year Count 81

  • Number of Evaluations Completed236

  • Number of Students Qualified for Services163

  • Number of Eligibility Determination Meetings219

  • Number of IEP Meetings305

Early Childhood Special Education


Early childhood special education1

  • Students Dismissed from Services23

  • Students Moving Out of District10

  • Students Transferred to State School for

    the Severely Handicapped 1

  • Students Transitioned to Kindergarten84

  • Students Riding School Bus 100

  • Number of Required Car Seats40

Early ChildhoodSpecial Education


Parents as teachers

  • Number of Families Served644

  • Number of Children Served921

  • Number of High Need Families (63%)404

  • Number of Personal Visits 3487

  • Prenatal Personal Visits336

  • Number of Group Connections Participants854

  • Number of Total Screenings862

    (Health, Hearing, Vision, Developmental)

  • Number Referred for Further Evaluation 34

Parents As Teachers


Parents as teachers1

High Needs Characteristics

  • Teen Parents42

  • Low Income 332

  • Low Educational Attainment90

  • Child with Disabilities/Chronic Health Problems88

  • Parent with Disabilities/Chronic Health Problems31

  • Parents with Mental Illness23

  • Court Appointed Guardian/Foster Guardian19

  • Child Abuse/Neglect11

  • Incarcerated Parent 6

Parents As Teachers


Infant toddler

Early Head Start

  • Pregnant/Parenting Teens Served11

    º Graduated 3

    º Moved 2

    º Enrolled Their Baby 3

    º Prenatal (13-14 due dates) 3

  • Attended Summer Prenatal Group Meetings 7

  • Teen Home Visits 72

  • Hours of Teen Parent Engagement 296

Infant/Toddler


Explore enrich research

Total Student Served (26 Parochial)109

º Third Grade Students 40

º Fourth Grade Students 33

º Fifth Grade Students 36

  • Average Number of Students

    Served Daily 22

Explore, Enrich, Research


Explore enrich research1

Achievement Data (public school students only)

• MAP Communication Arts (#45)

º Basic (1) º Proficient (8) º Advanced (36)

• MAP Math (#45)

º Basic (2) º Proficient (24) º Advanced (19)

• Scholastic Reading Inventory (#81)

º Below Grade Level (2)

º At Grade Level (2)

º Above Grade Level (77)

Explore, Enrich, Research


Family school advocate

  • Children’s Division Contacts38

  • Community Agency Contacts20

  • Agency Referrals

    (Energy Assistance,WIC, Medicaid)45

  • Home Visits55

  • Parent Contacts (other) 300

  • Shoes Distributed79

  • Coats Distributed18

  • Socks/Underwear 111

  • Clothing (pants, shirts, etc.) 191

  • Backpacks 15

  • Buddy Packs (weekly) 118

  • Vision Referrals 43

  • Dental Screenings (on site) 105

  • Dental Referrals 15

Family School Advocate


Volunteers and services

  • Mentoring Hours by JCAC Students210

  • Car Seats Donated by Missouri Highway Patrol 22

  • Total Health Room Visits 1166

  • Community Volunteers

Volunteers and Services


Donations

  • First Church of God (cab fare)$300

  • Private Citizen (holiday party and presents) $3000

  • POE (diapers, wipes, sanitizer)$500

  • Private Citizen (listening sets) $1900

  • Scholastic - Business Partner $5000

    (books, t-shirts, volunteers at every event)

  • Hy-Vee - Business Partner $3000

    (food for activities, t-shirts)

  • Target (bin items)$800

  • Local Businesses (Teacher Appreciation Week)$200

    Total Value of Donations $14,700

Donations


Awards and recognitions

  • Awarded Early Childhood “ First Pioneer Award” in Character Education in June at the Missouri Character Education Conference

  • Awarded “National Promising Practice” in Character Education for the Destination Graduation Program

  • Awarded “National Promising Practice” in Character Education for the Cruising with Character Program

Awards and Recognitions


Exciting news

  • Southwest Early Childhood is one of three finalists for the Missouri School Boards’ Association’s Future Builders Preschool Program of the Year Award.

  • Mrs. Nicole Langston, Principal, will present at the MSBA/MASA Annual Fall Conference at Tan-Tar-A on October 5, 2013. The winner will be announced later that day.

Exciting News!


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