Presentation on theme: "Penny Milburn August 2011 How are the children? Preschool Program Reporting."— Presentation transcript:
Penny Milburn August 2011 How are the children? Preschool Program Reporting
EASIER Reporting Demographic Information Assign a student ID for all preschool age children Report free and reduced lunchespecially important for children in SWVPP classrooms Each building and community partner has a four digit building number
EASIER Reporting Student Demographic Information Report students on an IEP Each building and community partner has a four digit building number SWVPP programs need to work with community partner to include all information Homeroom/HSAP Teacher folder number
EASIER Reporting Program Information Attending an SWVPP classroom Required Program Standards Sources of funding SWVPP Shared Visions Title I Head Start Empowerment (ECI) Parent
Data Elements needed to process the EASIER file: Local Student ID State Student ID Grade Homeroom/HSAP Teacher Folder Number Free Lunch Reduced Lunch IEP Student First Name Student Last Name Date of Birth Gender Hispanic/Latino 5 race fields Native Language
Data Elements needed to process the EASIER file: Foster care Days enrolled/Days Present/Unexcused Resident district Resident county Exit date and Exit code Destination code and location Migrant Immigrant 1 st date into US schools Entry date in district School number Entry date Entry code FTE value
Funding for Five-Year-Old Five-year olds will be included in Certified Enrollment if the following criteria are met: 5-yr old preschooler attending with a minimum cumulative FTE value = 0.50 Student may participate in 1 classroom Student may participate in more than one classroom Teacher is properly licensed through BOEE District holds the teacher contract. Program is located within a district building Program is part of the districts continuum of educational services
Additional Important Points Offsite locations must report 4 year olds participating in the SWVPP Offsite locations must report 3 and 5 year olds participating in the SWVPP District buildings must report 3, 4, and 5 year olds participating in the SWVPP
Kindergarten Literacy Assessment Administer Dynamic Indicators of Basic Early Literacy Skills (DIBELS) or a kindergarten benchmark assessment adopted by the Department of Education (DE) to every kindergarten student enrolled in the district no later than October 1 [Iowa Code 279.60(16)];
Kindergarten Literacy Assessment Collect from each parent guardian or legal custodian of a kindergarten student enrolled in the district, information including, but not limited to, preschool attendance and demographic factors; and Report the results of the assessment and preschool information to the DE no later than January 1 of that school year.
Percent of Iowa School Buildings and Kindergarten Assessment Tool Administered
Percent of Children Entering Kindergarten Proficient in Identifying Beginning Sounds Using DIBELS Assessment Measure (N=18,923)
Percent of Children Attending Statewide Voluntary Preschool Entering Kindergarten and Proficiency in Identifying Beginning Sounds Using DIBELS Assessment Measure.
Percent of Children in Poverty Entering Kindergarten Proficient in Identifying Beginning Sounds Using DIBELS Assessment Measure.
GOLD Online Online system for Teaching Strategies GOLD. Comprehensive research-based assessment Address all developmental areas Aligned to the Iowa Early Learning Standards
GOLD Online Areas of development –Social–Emotional –Physical –Language –Cognitive Content Learning –Literacy –Mathematics –Science and Technology –Social Studies –The Arts
GOLD Online Records anecdotal records Work samples Assessment ratings Converts ECO summary rating scale Provides a portal for other team members Provides a portal for families Assists teachers in aligning assessment and instruction
GOLD Online Reports functions include Performance and growth Widely held expectations Class profile Individual child Development and learning Snapshot
Purpose of the Web Application To provide an accurate child count for funding the grant year To meet the requirements of Chapter 16 Partnerships with community agencies Appropriate teacher endorsement Group size and teacher/child ratio A minimum of 10 hours of instruction Professional development
Purpose of the Web Application To assist in monitoring the implementation of program standards Iowa Quality Preschool Program Standards (IQPPS) Verification Visits Corrective Action National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Program Standards and Accreditation Criteria Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS)
Location of Early Childhood Web Application The site is located at https://www.edinfo.state.ia.us/securelogin.asp. https://www.edinfo.state.ia.us/securelogin.asp OR Data and Statistics, DE Secure Reporting Site
National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) Program Standards and Accreditation Criteria Head Start Program Performance Standards (HSPPS) `Iowa Quality Preschool Program Standards (IQPPS) Program Standards