HEAD START AND EARLY HEAD START SCHOOLS

School Readiness Goals

SCHOOL READINESS GOALS:Domain: APPROACHES TO LEARNING - Goal:

  1. Children will begin and end activities with persistence and attention during individual and group activities.

 

Domain: SOCIAL AND EMOTIONAL DEVELOPMENT - Goals:

  1. Children will recognize and regulate emotions, attention, impulses, and behavior.

  2. Children will demonstrate posi-tive social-emotional skills (including social relationships with peers and adults).

 

Domain: LANGUAGE & LITERACY - Goals:

  1. Children will demonstrate an awareness of books.

  2. Children will demonstrate famili-arity with writing tools and alphabet knowledge along with emerging skills to communicate through scribbles, drawings, symbols, and letters.

  3. Children will demonstrate the ability to communicate either verbal or non-verbally their wants and needs.

 

Domain: COGNITION - Goals:

  1. Children will use math in every-day routines to count, compare, relate, pattern, and problem solve.

  2. Children will develop problem solving skills by finding multiple solutions to questions, problems, and challenges.

  3. Children will learn about their communities, environments, and family structure.

 

Domain: PERCEPTUAL, MOTOR, AND PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT - Goals:

  1. Children will learn to practice safe and healthy habits.

  2. Children will demonstrate control of large muscles for movement, navigation, and balance.

  3. Children will control small mus-cles for such purposes as using utensils, self-care, building, writing and exploring.

TESTIMONIALS

 

" Hunter has improved in all area's even eating better, playing with other children, his ABC's, counting numbers, and his manners have greatly improved!  Thank you all teachers and staff.  You all have influenced my grandson greatly 

- a Very Proud Grandma.  

 

School Readiness Outcomes
 
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School Readiness Plan

 

Teachers

CESA #11 Head Start employs highly qualified teachers who enjoy working with young children and their families. All teachers have an early childhood background with either an AA or BS degree. Many of our centers collaborate with local school districts to provide 4K education and teachers in those classrooms are all DPI licensed by the state of Wisconsin.


Our teachers provide on-going assessment and incorporate activities into the classroom that meet the unique needs of each child. Teachers are trained on Wisconsin Model Early Learning Standards (WMELS), The Pyramid Model (for social/emotional health), and the Head Start outcomes framework. Understanding the development of children, from birth to age five, enables teachers to be intentional and thoughtful in their daily interactions.


Children learn through play and our teachers recognize the importance of allowing children opportunities to investigate, explore, and manipulate their world. Our teachers are early learning advocates who spark the curiosity in children and instill a love of learning.

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