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2015-16 Self-Assessment set for June 9; Register by Friday, May 27

This year, the PSESD Early Learning Program has been working to transform our annual self-assessment into a process that includes 1) ongoing learning and continuous improvement and 2) a year-end review of our strengths and challenges, with an opportunity to brainstorm with families and staff around ways to improve. On June 9, we would like to come together with families and staff to look at key themese we've identified from our self-assessment data from this year. The purpose of this Self-Assessment event is to analyze and discuss our self-assessment results in order for staff and parents to make recommendations about how we should move forward to improve our Early Learning Program. We appreciate your input on a range of our Early Learning and School Readiness Priorities, including attendance, healthy habits, teaching and curriculum, and enrolling priority populations. We will also use this opportunity to request your input about how we should allocate resources across our Early Learning priority areas.

For more information and to register, see the Self-Assessment webpage.

  

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NOW AVAILABLE!

May 2016 edition of the
PSESD Early Learning
"Connector" newsletter

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May 2016 Connector newsletter
 

UPDATED APRIL 13, 2016
PSESD Early Learning
Regional Service Delivery
Contact List and Photo Directory

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Contact List
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Photo Directory
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This year, the PSESD Early Learning Program has been working to transform our annual self-assessment into a process that includes 1) ongoing learning and continuous improvement and 2) a year-end review of our strengths and challenges, with an opportunity to brainstorm with families and staff around ways to improve. On June 9, we would like to come together with families and staff to look at key themes we’ve identified from our self-assessment data from this year. The purpose of this Self-Assessment event is to analyze and discuss our self-assessment results in order for staff and parents to make recommendations about how we should move forward to improve our Early Learning program.  We appreciate your input on a range of our Early Learning and School Readiness Priorities, including attendance, healthy habits, teaching and curriculum, and enrolling priority populations.  We will also use this opportunity to request your input about how we should allocate resources across our Early Learning priority areas.

For more information and to register, see the Self-Assessment webpage.