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1 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 1 A presentation by Ocean View School District Huntington Beach, CA Board of Trustees Debbie Cotton, President Tracy Pellman, Clerk John Briscoe John Ortiz Norm Westwell Superintendent William V. Loose, Ed.D. Assistant Superintendent of C & I Kathy Frazier, Ed.D. Coordinator of Categorical Programs Claudine Dumais, Ed.D. Presenters Cindy Reichenthaler, Oak View Elementary PREPPIE K Teacher Pat Sakaida, Harbour View Elementary PREPPIE K Teacher

2 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 2 PREPPIE Kindergarten Program Ocean View School District Huntington Beach, CA A Transitional Kindergarten program providing young kindergartners with a developmentally appropriate readiness curriculum that prepares them for success in traditional Kindergarten.

3 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 3 Ocean View School District Huntington Beach, CA Elementary school district serving the suburban Huntington Beach, CA area Enrollment: 9750 students in grades K-8 2 Preschools, 11 Elementary Schools, 4 Middle Schools 7 Title I Schools 21% are English Learners : 9 PREPPIE classes district-wide

4 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 4 OVSD PREPPIE Kindergarten Program History PREPPIE Kindergarten program instituted in 1982 Based on developmental stages (Piaget, Gesell) Learning through play and experience

5 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 5 Criteria for Placement July 1 st to December 2 nd birthdays are given Maturational Assessment Test Readiness based on academic, motor, social skills Students are placed according to developmental age Movement to traditional Kindergarten or 1 st grade made by informed parental decision

6 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 6 Current PREPPIE Program District-level academic placement Half-day PREPPIE Program Full day Title I PREPPIE Program PREPPIE/Kindergarten clusters in same classroom 25% of incoming kindergartners are tested for the PREPPIE Program

7 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 7 Oak View Elementary School Enrollment: 723 students in K-5 grade 99% Hispanic 96% qualify for free or reduced lunch 80% English Language Support 4 full-day regular Kindergarten classes 2 full-day PREPPIE classes 1 full-day cluster (K and PREPPIE)

8 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 8 Harbour View Elementary School Enrollment: 867 students in K-5 grade 62.5% Caucasian 17% qualify for free or reduced lunch 13% English Language Support 6 full-day regular Kindergarten classes 2 half-day PREPPIE classes

9 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 9 Star View Elementary School Enrollment: 570 students in K-5 grade 50% Vietnamese 38% qualify for free or reduced lunch 38% English Language Support 3 full-day regular Kindergarten classes 1 full-day PREPPIE class

10 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 10 PREPPIE Curriculum Monthly planning webs and Math Curriculum Maps Language Arts and English Language Development Math Science and Social Studies Music and Art Physical Education Social Skills

11 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 11 Sample PREPPIE Kindergarten Planning Web September

12 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 12 Sample PREPPIE Kindergarten Math Curriculum

13 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 13 PREPPIE Daily Schedule ** Beat the Bell 8:25-8:45Opening: attendance, flag salute, surprise box, read-aloud 8:45-9:35Work time: children work in small groups and rotate to different tables. These centers may include reading readiness, writing, math etc. Students will choose a “tub game” from the cubbies when they are done for “Quiet Game Time” 9:35-9:45Clean up 9:45-10:00Movement/music 10:00-10:30Snack/Recess 10:30-10:45Story 10:45-11:30Arts/Crafts, science, easel painting, large blocks, housekeeping 11:30-11:50Clean-up, recap, dismissal Sample Half Day PREPPIE Kindergarten Schedule

14 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 14 PREPPIE Daily Schedule ** Beat the Bell 8:00-8:10Students sign-in & parents read with child 8:10-8:30Opening: attendance, helper of the day, question of the day, calendar, chants, read-aloud 8:30-8:50Healthy snack & movement activity 8:50-9:20Read-aloud & journal writing 9:20-9:55Small groups: 2 groups (Science/Social Studies & Literacy) 10:00-10:20Recess 10:20-10:40ELD whole group 10:40-11:10Small groups: 3 groups (Math, ELD & HWOT) 11:10-11:45Lunch 11:45-12:00Rest time 12:00-12:45Plan Do & Review 12:45-1:00Review 1:00-1:20P.E. (Dance, ABCs of Yoga) 1:20-1:40Table Time 1:40-1:50Daily message 1:50Dismissal Sample Full Day PREPPIE Kindergarten Schedule

15 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 15 Language Arts and English Language Development Houghton-Mifflin Kindergarten Reading Program Houghton-Mifflin ELD Medallions Program Handwriting Without Tears

16 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 16 Mathematics Houghton–Mifflin Kindergarten Math Program –AIMS –Math Their Way –Kathy Richardson Math (Kindergarten)

17 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 17 Science and Social Studies MacMillan-McGraw California Science McGraw-Hill Adventures in Time and Place – Social Studies Differentiated Instruction Model – Field Trips and Exploratory Centers

18 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 18 Science and Social Studies Exploratory Centers

19 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 19 Music and Art Developmentally appropriate Guided drawing Daily painting Dance Daily singing /chanting Art Program TLC lessons - Kaye Espinoza

20 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 20 Physical-Motor Development Movement The ABCs of Yoga Outdoor games

21 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 21 Social Skills High Scope Model of “Plan, Do, and Review”

22 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 22 Social Skills Positive Behavioral Interventions Supports (PBIS) is our District-wide program

23 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 23 Assessments District kindergarten assessments –Alphabet knowledge, sounds, number sense and recognition, concepts of print, one-to-one correspondence etc… English Language Development assessments Small and large motor assessments Social development Anecdotal records –Observation in the natural environment

24 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 24 Instructional Strategies and Support Phonemic Awareness (Hallie Yopp) Differentiated Instruction (Gibson/Hasbrouck) Classroom Management (Rick Morris) Project GLAD (Guided Language Acquisition Design) Thinking Maps Active Participation (Anita Archer) EISS (Early Intervention School Success) High Scope Model – Play and Sequential Order (Piaget)

25 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 25 Recruitment of Families The intent is to empower our parents! Parents are present during the Maturational Assessment Test. Parent Meetings/conferences Parent Tours

26 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 26 Challenges and Successes Educating our parents about the differences between programs Creating a unique PREPPIE program Setting the standards for parent involvement within our preppie program Articulating with the preschool and regular kindergarten Creating more real-life experiences for our students Maintaining a strong ELD program Evaluating our strengths and areas of improvement

27 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 27 Challenges and Successes Parent Education workshops Assessing as part of the parent-teacher conference

28 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 28 Challenges and Successes Our Preppie program has developed into a well established and very cohesive program. Our students move on to regular kindergarten as confident learners prepared to take on academic challenges.

29 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 29 Questions ?

30 Ocean View School District, Huntington Beach, CA 30 OVSD Contact Information For more information, please contact Claudine Dumais, Ed.D., Coordinator of Categorical Programs Pauline Tressler, Ed.D., Principal of Star View Cindy Reichenthaler, Oak View Elementary PREPPIE K Teacher Pat Sakaida, Harbour View Elementary PREPPIE K Teacher


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