Full-Day Kindergarten

Full-Day Kindergarten

Full-Day Kindergarten in LCPS A Conversation December 1, 2014 Planning for Full-Day Kindergarten Short-term: To provide full-day kindergarten to more of LCPS at risk student population: Free and Reduced Meal Program English Language Learner (ELL) Program Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Where Weve Been

F D K Where We Are FDK - Virginia All but 3 school divisions in the Commonwealth have district-wide, universal full-day kindergarten. Partial FDK - Virginia Loudoun County

Chesapeake City Virginia Beach City LCPS FDK Regional FDK began in 2001 A program located at one site serving students from three targeted Pre-K populations from many schools within the same geographic area Head Start STEP Early Childhood

Special Education Regional FDK Locations 2014-15 Round Hill John W Tolbert Jr. Catoctin Newton-Lee Cedar Lane Countryside

Title I Universal FDK Locations 2014-15 Full-day kindergarten services provided to all K students residing in the attendance zones of Title I schools Sugarland Rolling Ridge Guilford Sully

2014-15 Enrollment 4,868 Kindergarten Students 514; 10.57% Title I Universal FDK Total Served = 404 Regional FDK Total

Served = 114 4350; 89.43% Full Day K Half Day K Financial Status of All KG Students 838; 17.23% 4026; 82.77%

Economically Disadvantaged Not Economically Disadvantaged Current FDK Service to Economically Disadvantaged Students 362; 43.20% 476; 56.80% ELL Hybrid Full-Day K Service Level 1 & 2 ELL students may receive an additional day of K instruction from an ELL teacher to supplement their day in

the general education setting. Currently serving 495 students ELL FDK Service at Title I Schools All ELL students at four Title I schools receive full-day kindergarten instruction in the general education setting with support from ELL-certified personnel. Currently serving

298 ELL K students ELL Students Served at Regional Sites Any ELL student residing in the geographic attendance areas being served that qualified or would have qualified for Head Start, STEP or ECSE Currently serving 79 ELL K students

1,155 1,155ELL ELLKindergarten KindergartenStudents Students 75.5% of ELL K students receive a form of FDK service 283; 24.50%

495; 42.86% 298; 25.80% 79; 6.84% Staffing Licensed and Classified (Kindergarten) Criteria 0.5 Kindergarten Teacher (w/o kindergarten

asst.) 0.5 Kindergarten Teacher (with 0.5 kindergarten asst.) 1.0 Kindergarten Teacher (w/1.0 kindergarten asst.) 1.0 Regional Full-Day Kindergarten Teacher (w/1.0 kindergarten asst.) 1.0 Full-Day Kindergarten

Teacher (w/1.0 kindergarten asst.) Per half-day class with 15 or fewer kindergarten students Per half-day class up to 25 kindergarten students Per every 46 students for a 23:1 pupil/teacher average (may serve a range from 26 to 50 kindergarten students in two, half-day sessions) Serves up to 20 qualifying students based on previous enrollment in

Head Start, Starting Towards Excellence in Preschool (STEP) or Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) Serves up to 25 kindergarten students residing in the attendance zones of Title I schools (Guilford, Rolling Ridge, Sugarland, and Sully) Department / Office Instruction/ Elem. Education Half Day

Full Day Current Kindergarten Staffing Ratios Half-day K 23: 0.5 OR 46:1 Regional FDK 20:1 Title I FDK (Universal) 25:1 Projecting the Need, FY16 Step 1: Identified kindergarten students

currently enrolled in the Free and Reduced Meal program and/or ELL program. Projecting the Need, FY16 Step 2: Calculated percentage of current kindergarten students, by elementary attendance zone, who would be eligible for FDK with one or both qualifiers. Projecting the Need, FY16

Step 3: Applied 2014-15 eligible percentage rate to each elementary schools 2015-16 projected kindergarten enrollment to identify potential qualifying full day kindergarten student count by school for the 2015-16 school year. Projecting the Need, FY16 Step 4: Using a maximum FDK class size of

25 students per class, compared number of kindergarten classrooms (full and half day) needed for 201516 school year to the actual number of 2014-15 kindergarten classrooms, by school. P R O J E C T E

D N E E D 1,316 Eligible Students FARM & ELL Combined Some students with special needs would also qualify Full Day Kindergarten (FDK) Program Continue Universal FDK at Title 1 Schools

2014-15 FDK (Title 1 Schools) Guilford ES Rolling Ridge ES Sugarland ES Sully ES Full Day Kindergarten (FDK) Program Provide at least 1 FDK Class Current Regional FDK Sites Catoctin ES Cedar Lane ES Countryside ES John W. Tolbert Jr. ES

Newton-Lee ES Round Hill ES Full Day Kindergarten (FDK) Program Schools for Potential Program Expansion at least 1 FDK Class Space Available in Current K Configuration Aldie ES Algonkian ES Arcola ES Banneker ES Belmont Station ES Buffalo Trail ES

Cardinal Ridge ES Discovery ES Emerick ES Hamilton ES Hillsboro ES Kenneth W. Culbert ES Lincoln ES Little River ES Meadowland ES Mountain View ES Waterford ES

Full Day Kindergarten (FDK) Program Schools for Potential Program Expansion at least 1 FDK Class Space Available Within School Dominion Trail ES Evergreen Mill ES Forest Grove ES Frances Hazel Reid ES Frederick Douglass ES Horizon ES Leesburg ES Lovettsville ES

Pinebrook ES Potowmack ES Sanders Corner ES Seldens Landing ES Sterling ES Steuart W. Weller ES Central Loudoun FDK Locations 2015-16 Lucketts Frances Hazel Reid Catoctin

Frederick Douglass John W Tolbert Jr. Evergreen Mill Eastern Loudoun FDK Locations 2015-16 Algonkian Countryside Horizon Sugarland Meadowland

Potowmack Sterling Guilford Sully Forest Grove Rolling Ridge Western Loudoun FDK Locations 2015-16 Hillsboro

Waterford Mountain View Kenneth W. Culbert Round Hill Hamilton Emerick Lincoln Banneker Ashburn FDK Locations 2015-16

Seldens Landing Belmont Station Newton-Lee Sanders Corner Steuart W. Weller Cedar Lane Dominion Trail Discovery Dulles South FDK Locations 2015-16

Aldie Pinebrook Arcola Buffalo Trail Little River Cardinal Ridge Additional FDKs established: 64 total 21 current = 43 additional FDKs created at 31 additional schools Maximum number of seats: 1,600

Total number of projected eligible students: 1,316 Seats available for non-eligible students: 284 Estimated Participants Based on Projected % Free and Reduced Meal (FARM) Recipients: 263 English Language Learner (ELL) only: 553 FARM and ELL: 500 Special needs: additional analysis of need will be conducted Seats available for non-eligible students = 284

Cost to Serve All Eligible K Students Addtl. FDK Teachers Required = 20.5 20.5 FDK Teachers @ $88,900 = $1,822,450 Addtl. FDK Teacher Assistants Required = 20.5 20.5 FDK TAs @ $44,900 = $920,450 May be partially offset by transfer of ELL Teacher Assistants Possible Additional Specialist Teachers = 8 8 Specialist Teachers @ $88,900 = $711,200 The impact on transportation costs would need to be analyzed

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