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Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Ed

Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Ed. Dr. Sheryl Davenport Executive Director, EC/ECSE. Early Childhood Quality Standards. Early Childhood Education. Early Childhood Special Ed. ECSE and EC professional development in-service workshops are aligned.

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Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Ed

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  1. Early Childhood/Early Childhood Special Ed Dr. Sheryl Davenport Executive Director, EC/ECSE

  2. Early Childhood Quality Standards St. Louis Public Schools

  3. Early Childhood Education St. Louis Public Schools

  4. Early Childhood Special Ed ECSE and EC professional development in-service workshops are aligned. * This number is tied to special education eligibility and increases throughout the year. St. Louis Public Schools

  5. EC/ECSE Enrollment Available Early Childhood Seats - 2186 • Actual Enrollment (students in seats) -2095 Available Seats as of 9/25/2012 • Magnet -18 • ECSE - 32 • General EC - 36 • Total - 86 Over 2000 families passed through the EC office between May and September. St. Louis Public Schools

  6. Parents As Teachers • Screenings for 3-5 year olds are performed using the Dial-3 across three domains: motor, concepts, & language. • ASQ is utilized to screen 6 weeks – 3 years old • * Screening 3-5 year olds for DESE reimbursement is priority. 0-3 screenings begin in October. St. Louis Public Schools

  7. Parent Infant Interaction Program – (PIIP) • Opening Sumner and Roosevelt PIIP Centers on October 1, 2012 • PIIP Enrollment at Vashon – 11 • Anticipated enrollment at Roosevelt -16 • Recruiting at Sumner is on-going St. Louis Public Schools

  8. Recommendations • Staff Early Childhood classrooms with qualified teachers and offer supports such as St. Louis Plan mentor teachers specifically trained in preschool outcomes – SLPS Plan mentors attend EC professional development including Project Construct training • Currently at the state level, 4 instruments will be piloted in 2012-13 in advance of statewide recommendations for 2013-14 – Mason School is piloting Teaching Strategies GOLD • Continue on-going randomized observations by the Accountability Office to ensure instruction is optimized and resources are used effectively – On-going • Seek funding sources to provide the necessary additional resources to ensure that classrooms sustain constant learning opportunities– Draft document has been developed to seek endowment funding to sustain preschool, PIIP and PAT. • Continue efforts to provide opportunities to engage families in early childhood activities and guidance– On-going including upcoming PAT Book Fair, Block Fest and Head Start Policy Council meetings. St. Louis Public Schools

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