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  1. Long Term Outcomes: a Community Collaboration Measuring school success, preschool to elementary to ….. Branch ISD Head Start/GSRP

  2. Branch ISD Early Education Services-Coldwater, Quincy, Bronson • 5 sites • 245 Head Start, 56 GSRP • 13 classrooms • Transportation, two meals, 3.5 hours/4 days a week • Developmental, speech, dental, physical, vision, hearing, hemoglobin, social emotional screenings annually

  3. BISD Special Education • 1.5 Special education teachers and 1.0 special education paraprofessionals embedded in prek classrooms • Itinerant speech, OT, PT as needed • Currently serving 30+ students with IEPs

  4. In the beginning: • Why connect preschool and elementary learning? • >50% of district kindergarten students are graduates of BISD preschool programs • GSRP requirement to track progress of graduates

  5. What? • Vision: all children enter school ready to learn and develop skills to allow them to master grade level expectations • Continuity of curricular objectives, shared expectations • Outcomes of former students?? • Collect (and define) common data- • During preschool • At school entry • As children progress through school

  6. Creative Curriculum • Preschool assessment, based on curriculum • CC.Net • Assessment based on observation • Fall, winter, Spring • Anecdotals on every child entered weekly, 2 per child per week • Online access every classroom, laptops for teachers

  7. Creative Curriculum Outcomes, Winter 2011, 4 year olds

  8. We’ve had help-- • CISD Technical assistance for Data Director and for development of reports • School districts support consistent data entry • A system to transfer records efficiently from preK to elementary

  9. What to measure? • Common assessments? • Screeners—K roundup • DIBELS • Letter recognition • MEAP • Reading • Math

  10. Elementary data collection-MEAP: • All students • GSRP • Head Start • No early education • English language learners • IEP students

  11. Results? • MEAP scores through 7th grade (2002 preK) • Proficient – Non-Proficient • Reading • Math

  12. Results… • Reading outcomes decline as children get older • Very small sample, few ELL children • Transient population • About half of children with IEPs no longer received Special Education

  13. So now what?? • Focus on Literacy, phonemic awareness • Renewed focus on mathematics • District-wide professional development • Teacher to teacher communication • Kindergarten transition activities • Awareness and referrals • Continuing data analysis