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Full Day Kindergarten

اسلاید 1: Full Day KindergartenA Proposal by:VCS Teachers and Administrators Made to: Valparaiso Community Schools Board of Education For implementation in the 2011-2012 school year

اسلاید 2: 2Valparaiso Community SchoolsMission: Valparaiso Community Schools provides a safe and supportive educational environment maximizing the learning potential of each student.Vision: Valparaiso Community Schools will be at the forefront of education innovation driving from excellence to preeminence.

اسلاید 3: 3Background in KindergartenKindergarten is not required in the State of IndianaSchool systems are required to provide a kindergarten programIn 2003, 25% of students in Indiana attended full day kindergartenIn 2010, schools reported that 81% of students in Indiana attended full day kindergarten (Dana Jones, IDOE)

اسلاید 4: 4Offers Full Day KindergartenUnion TownshipDunelandPortageHebronEast PorterSt. Paul’sImmanuelPorter TownshipNo Full Day OptionPorter County StatisticsValparaiso

اسلاید 5: 5Top 10 Districts in IndianaOffer Full Day KindergartenWest Lafayette Carmel ClayAdams CentralNorth West HendricksNorthwest Allen CountyNorth Spencer CountyWestfield-WashingtonCenter GroveNo Full Day OptionZionsvilleHamilton Southeastern

اسلاید 6: 6Indiana Reading Plan90 Minute Block for Reading Instruction3rd graders not reading on grade level (as determined by a State test) will be retained Starting in the 2011-2012 school year these retentions will be mandatory unless exemption is metPreviously retained twiceCase conference determinationLEP score of Level 3 or less in the Reading Domain

اسلاید 7: Research about Full Day KindergartenMrs. Erin UteschAssistant to the Principal, Flint Lake Elementary SchoolTitle I Teacher7

اسلاید 8: Age-Appropriateness5-year olds ready for longer dayStructured environmentLess frustration/stress Immersed in languageRead aloudReading instruction Self-directed activities for long-term learninghttp://www.nea.org/assets/docs/mf_PB12_FullDayK.pdfhttp://nieer.org/resources/policyreports/report4.pdfhttp://www.nea.org/assets/docs/mf_PB12_FullDayK.pdf8

اسلاید 9: Retention, Title I & Special Education5-9% fewer retentionsCarried through primary gradesBetter use of resources 19% FDK start-up costs recovered through decreased retentions Fewer Title I & Special Education placementshttp://www.doe.in.gov/primetime/fulldaykbenefits.htmlhttp://nieer.org/resources/policyreports/report4.pdf9

اسلاید 10: Behavioral, Emotional & Social Benefits14 dimensions of classroom behaviorStudents in FDK rated higher in 9 areas, equal in othersImproved: independent learning, originality, classroom involvement, productivity in work with peers, reflectiveness, attendance and willingness to approach the teacherDecreased: withdrawal, anger, shyness, and blaming behaviorhttp://www.wested.org/online_pubs/po-05-01.pdfhttp://www.doe.in.gov/primetime/fulldaykbenefits.htmlhttp://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Recent_Research_All/http://www.kidsource.com/kidsource/content3/full.day.kinder.p.k12.3.html#What10

اسلاید 11: Diverse LearnersHigh Ability StudentsMore in-depth instructionLong-term projectsDevelopment of student interestsAcademic challenges http://www.edina.k12.mn.us/district/registration/pdfs/AllDayK/AllDayKResearch.pdfhttp://www.nea.org/assets/docs/mf_PB12_FullDayK.pdf11

اسلاید 12: Diverse LearnersAt-Risk and Disadvantaged LearnersProven to surpass ½ day counterparts by end of a FDK yearECLS-K data: Full-day kindergartners showed a 22 percent advantage in their math score gains and a 32 percent advantage in their reading score gains. (controlling for poverty status and their initial abilities)Close achievement gap before fully existshttp://voices.washingtonpost.com/answer-sheet/guest-bloggers/-the-answer-sheets-guest.htmlhttp://nieer.org/resources/policyreports/report4.pdfhttp://www.doe.in.gov/primetime/docs/fulldaykreport.pdf12

اسلاید 13: Academic Benefits23 studies: significantly greater achievement than students who attend ½ dayFDK accounted for 60% of the variance in outcome measures related to student achievement.17 percentile point advantage on cognitive achievement tests while in Kdg15 percentile point advantage remains in grades 1 and 2Advantage still indicated in grades 3, 5, 7, 11http://nieer.org/resources/policyreports/report4.pdfhttp://www.doe.in.gov/primetime/fulldaykbenefits.htmlhttp://www.ceep.indiana.edu/projects/PDF/PB_Spring_2005_Full_Day_Kindergarten.pdfhttp://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Recent_Research_All/ http://www.doe.in.gov/primetime/fulldaykbenefits.html13

اسلاید 14: 14Carmel Clay FindingsSkills mastered by May in the full-time program exceeded those in the alternating day program by an average of 6.6%.  Math composite gains affected 75% of full-time students vs. 37% of part-time students.The earlier mastery of letters and sounds seemed to positively impact reading and writing skills in the full-time program.Teacher observations noted increased confidence levels, creativity, and interaction with peers in the full-time program.A random selection of parent surveys reflected 100% parent satisfaction.http://www1.ccs.k12.in.us/district/kindergarten/exploring-options

اسلاید 15: Kindergarten Screening and SurveyMrs. Beth KrutzPrincipal, Central Elementary SchoolLeader of the Kindergarten Team15

اسلاید 16: Pre-KIDS AssessmentPre-Kindergarten Inventory of Demonstrated Skills (Pre-KIDS)At Round-Up all future students were given this assessment. Purpose: insight on skills of incoming studentsSkills: following directions, mathematics, language, and reading

اسلاید 17: Pre-Kids Assessment Data

اسلاید 18: 18Survey Results 2011108 completed surveys (as of 5/9/11 at 7 PM)Survey of in-coming kindergarten parentsWould you support a mandatory full day kindergarten program?Support strongly 67.3%Support somewhat 12.1%Oppose somewhat 7.5%Oppose strongly 13.1%

اسلاید 19: 19Survey ResultsIf a full-day and half-day kindergarten is offered next year, which would you most likely choose for your child? Full-day 80.2%Half-day 19.8%

اسلاید 20: 20Survey ResultsIf half-day kindergarten is offered at a school other than your home school and you were required to provide transportation, would you still choose this option? Yes, I would transport my child to half-day kindergarten. 12.3%No, I would have my child attend full-day kindergarten. 87.7%

اسلاید 21: 21Funding OptionsDistrict Expenditure (ADM + Grant)Challenge: Stress to the General Fund if neededTitle I Expenditure (ADM + Grant + Title I)Challenge: Decreases in Title funding and not all students qualify for Title I fundingParent Tuition (ADM + Grant + Tuition)Challenge: Not an equal education for allCombination (ADM + Grant + Title I + Tuition)Lessens General Fund/Title I StressProvides equal access to a high quality education

اسلاید 22: 22Proposal for 2011-2012District Funded (ADM + Grant—no additional cost to the General Fund)FDK for all Valparaiso Community Schools students at their home school4 Sections of FDK at Flint3 Sections of FDK at Central (due to enrollment size)2 Sections of FDK at:Cooks, Hayes, Memorial, Northview, Parkview, TJE

اسلاید 23: 23Central: Divide Kindergarten Room into 2 (1871 Sq/Ft Total), Music Room (658 Sq/Ft), Music and Art share spaceCooks: Kindergarten Room (1357 Sq/Ft) and Computer Lab (959 Sq/Ft)Flint: 4 Rooms in the Kindergarten Pod (1147 Sq/Ft, 1121 Sq/Ft, 1137 Sq/Ft, 913 Sq/Ft)Hayes Leonard: Kindergarten Room (1157 Sq/Ft) and Computer Lab (948 Sq/Ft)Locations to Consider

اسلاید 24: 24Memorial: Kindergarten Room (1129 Sq/Ft) and Art Room (1003 Sq/Ft), Music and Art Share SpaceNorthview: Kindergarten Room (1158 Sq/Ft), current 3rd grade room (943 Sq/Ft)Parkview: Kindergarten Room (1250 Sq/Ft), Art/Music Room (1227 Sq/Ft), Art and Music move to the computer labThomas Jefferson Elementary: Kindergarten Room (1247 Sq/Ft) and 5th grade room (981 Sq/Ft)—rooms moved and conversion of the computer labLocations to Consider

اسلاید 25: 25Portable Classrooms vs. Computer LabCooks Corners Hayes LeonardNorthviewParkviewThomas Jefferson ElementaryCost for portable vs. Cost for computer labAlternate Locations Considered

اسلاید 26: 26Currently 8.5 Full Time Equivalent (FTE) teachersProposal is for 19 FTE teachers for kindergarten Increase of 10.5 FTE teachers2.5 FTE Reallocated from Secondary Level8.0 FTE increase staffing from General FundStaffing

اسلاید 27: 27Need 8.0 FTE Kindergarten Grant potential of $1049.46 per student in addition to ADM425 students generate $446,020.50$55,752.56 for each of 8 teachers from the grant dollarsCost for 1 teacher at a Bachelor’s Degree with zero years of experience is about $45,000-$50,000 with benefits includedStaffing Solutions

اسلاید 28: 28CurriculumWritten by the FDK teachersCommon Core Standards onlySpecials scheduled like grades 1-5Donna Battista, Kindergarten Teacher at Parkview ElementaryElaina Miller, Kindergarten Teacher at TJE Laura Van Houten, Kindergarten Teacher at Hayes Leonard Elementary

اسلاید 29: Full Day Kindergarten Sample ScheduleMorning Schedule8:30-8:50: Arrival (school starts at 8:45)Teacher greets studentsStudents unpack and hang up belongingsTable Tasks (activity related to previous learning)Students choose a book to read or a puzzle to solve 29

اسلاید 30: Sample Schedule8:50-9:10: Opening ExercisesPledge of AllegianceGood morning songMath Calendar ActivitiesWeather (Math)Morning Message (English/Language Arts)30

اسلاید 31: 90 Minute Reading BlockNext year, the State of Indiana will require a mandatory 90 minute uninterrupted English/Language Arts Block. It must be comprised of these 5 scientifically based components of reading:Phonemic AwarenessSensitivity to sounds in spoken wordsPhonicsThe relationship between sounds and lettersFluencyAutomaticity in reading letter names, letter sounds and reading wordsVocabularyUnderstanding the meaning of wordsComprehensionUnderstanding the text being read

اسلاید 32: 90 Minute Reading BlockThe framework models both whole class and small group instruction. Whole class instruction provides an efficient and equitable way to initiate instruction.Small group instruction enables teachers to focus on specific skill needs and intensifies instruction based on student progress.

اسلاید 33: Sample Schedule9:10-10:40: 90 Minute Reading Block (as required by the IDOE)Large Group and Small Group (Leveled Learning)Comprehension ActivityWord WorkVocabulary DevelopmentPhonemic Awareness and Phonics LessonGuided Reading Lesson/Language ExperienceWritingFluency33

اسلاید 34: Sample Schedule10:40-11: Sensorimotor Activities/Physical ActivitiesActivities connected to English Language Arts and Math34

اسلاید 35: Sample Schedule11-11:30: Math Block (part 1)Large Group Math Instruction35

اسلاید 36: Sample Schedule11:30-12:30: Lunch and Recess12:30-1:00: Read Aloud1:00-1:10: Snack TimeConnected learning to English Language Arts/Math1:10-1:40: Math Block (Part 2)Small, leveled group instruction36

اسلاید 37: Sample Schedule1:40-2:40: Inquiry Based LearningSmall, leveled groupsChild’s choice and teacher’s choiceTeacher choice would be a lead Social Studies, Health, or Science project37

اسلاید 38: Inquiry Based LearningInquiry based learning is an in-depth investigation of a real world topic worthy of kindergartners’ attention and effort. It is the application of skills and standards acquired earlier. Inquiry based learning is carried out by both large and small groups of students.38

اسلاید 39: Inquiry Based LearningIt offers first hand research and documentation of findings in a variety of ways. Kindergartners have an opportunity to apply math, language skills and knowledge, increasing their curriculum connections between the subjects. The inquiry is not unstructured. There is a beginning, middle, and end. The teacher is an organizer and consultant guided by kindergartner’s thoughts and questions. 39

اسلاید 40: Inquiry Based LearningThroughout the inquiry, kindergartners may draw, discuss, write, collect data, count, and measure, calculate, predict, construct models, draw diagrams, make graphs, record observations, read for information, sing songs, or share plays. The topics of study have direct connections to local, people, places and events.40

اسلاید 41: Inquiry Based LearningThere are five structural features to inquiry based learning: discussion, fieldwork, representation, investigation, and display.41

اسلاید 42: Inquiry Based Learning42

اسلاید 43: Inquiry Based LearningSome concluding documentation might be a book, bulletin board display, celebration, models, demonstrations, drama, environmental project to school grounds, interviews, museum, news report, video presentation, parade, service project, photo gallery, report, presentation, thematic door, puppet show, digital story, Skype interview, Information station.43

اسلاید 44: Sample Schedule2:40-3:10: SpecialArt, Music, PEComputer LabLibrary44

اسلاید 45: Sample Schedule3:10-3:15: Dismissal PrepEnd of the day song/evaluation of the dayBags packedLines formedSharing timeDismissal45

اسلاید 46: 46TimelineMay 17th presentation to the board Pending board approval:May 18th—post Full Day Kindergarten positionsWeek of May 24th—order kindergarten furnitureWeek of May 24th—create a facility work plan to adjust existing spaceMay-June-July—revision of curriculumJune—delivery of furniture to buildingsJune—hire new FDK teachers

اسلاید 47: 47Curriculum Costs (Rainy Day)Approximately $9000 per additional classroom for materials, supplies, and the curriculum used$9000 x 9 = $81,000Purchase of furniture (Qualified School Construction Bond--QSCB $1.2 million)Approximately $8,300 per classroom9 classrooms of furniture$74,700 total cost in furnitureFinancial Impact

اسلاید 48: 48Payment for teachers to write full day curriculum (Title IIA)19 teachers x $60 per day = $1140Divide teachers by subject area to work10 days of work to cost $11,400Financial Impact

اسلاید 49: 49Computer Lab (QSCB of $1.2 million)Rolling Computer Lab: $39,000Additional Electrical Outlets to charge: $8,000Additional Network ISTEP+ needs: $10,000Additional Outlets for ISTEP+: $12,000Misc. Parts for spare laptops: $8,000Cost per classroom: $77,000Needed at Cooks, Hayes, Northview, Parkview, TJE$77,000 x 5 = $385,000Financial Impact

اسلاید 50: 50Portable ClassroomsNeeded at Cooks, Hayes, Northview, Parkview, TJEInnovative Modular Solutions:Cost for modular building with restrooms, delivery, foundations, set-up, deck assembly and utility connections:Budget Series:$84/sq.ftValue Series:$97/sq.ftThese would be turn key and ready for occupancy inspectionsCost for 1 at 1100 Sq/Ft is $92,400 for the Budget Series and $106,700 for the Value SeriesFinancial Impact

اسلاید 51: 51Valparaiso Community SchoolsMission: Valparaiso Community Schools provides a safe and supportive educational environment maximizing the learning potential of each student.Vision: Valparaiso Community Schools will be at the forefront of education innovation driving from excellence to preeminence.

اسلاید 52: 52Concluding RemarksIt’s not about having a full day of kindergarten, it’s about what our teachers can make happen during that full dayIt’s about having time to address the standards more effectively while meeting the diverse learning needs of students with differing abilitiesIt’s about providing every opportunity for Valparaiso learners to be successful from the moment they enter our doorsIt’s about EACH student

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اسلاید 54: 54Resourceshttp://www.ceep.indiana.edu/projects/PDF/PB_Spring_2005_Full_Day_Kindergarten.pdfhttp://www.doe.in.gov/primetime/fulldaykbenefits.htmlhttp://www.doe.in.gov/primetime/docs/fulldaykreport.pdfhttp://www1.ccs.k12.in.us/district/kindergarten/exploring-options Project-based Inquiry for Young Children: First steps To Research for Grades Pre-K-2, Colleen MacDonell.http://www.nea.org/assets/docs/mf_PB12_FullDayK.pdfhttp://nieer.org/resources/policyreports/report4.pdfhttp://www.wested.org/online_pubs/po-05-01.pdfhttp://www.education.com/reference/article/Ref_Recent_Research_All/http://www.kidsource.com/kidsource/content3/full.day.kinder.p.k12.3.html#Whathttp://www.edina.k12.mn.us/district/registration/pdfs/AllDayK/AllDayKResearch.pdfhttp://voices.washingtonpost.com/answer-sheet/guest-bloggers/-the-answer-sheets-guest.htmlhttp://www1.ccs.k12.in.us/district/kindergarten/exploring-optionshttp://ecrp.uiuc.edu/v6n1/bellous.html

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