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  • 1. School Readiness Performance Report 2011-2012 Outcomes
  • 2. All school program participants served in 11/12 Children who have reached the age of 5 5-year olds who enrolled in a kindergarten at a Pinellas County Public school Kindergarteners who were assessed Who Gets Measured?
  • 3. Cost per Client $875.20 Program Budget $841,063 Project Challenge: Coordinated Child Care Intervention for children exhibiting behavioral issues in their child care JWB Investment $841,063
  • 4. Cost per Client $875.20 Program Budget $841,063 New Beginnings: Coordinated Child Care JWB Investment $841,063 Specialized child care services to children who were prenatally substance-exposed
  • 5. N=131 Coordinated Child Care Behavioral issues are likely to have impact on grades; redirecting these problems will have a positive impact on school performance Countywide: 93% ESE Children: 80% 91% 89% 88% 09/10 10/11 11/12 Coordinated Child Care Project Challenge & New Beginnings ECHOS-SocialSkills
  • 6. Community Pride The program seeks to reduce the risk factors homeless children face by providing them with a safe, stable, developmentally appropriate environment and learning activities. Cost per Client $687.47 Program Budget $142,993 JWB Investment $142,993 Coordinated Child Care Community Pride
  • 7. Community Pride The program seeks to reduce the risk factors homeless children face by providing them with a safe, stable, developmentally appropriate environment and learning activities. Cost per Client $687.47 Program Budget $142,993 JWB Investment $142,993 In 2012-2013 Community Pride transitioned to Coordinated Child Care Coordinated Child Care Coordinated Child Care Community Pride
  • 8. N=31 students 55% FAIR-Literacy 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 76% ESE Children: 67% N=30 students 2012 ECHOS Results: Countywide: 93% ESE Children: 80% Children ready for school Coordinated Child Care Community Pride ECHOS-SocialSkills 93% Coordinated Child Care Community Pride
  • 9. N=31 students 55% FAIR-Literacy 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 76% ESE Children: 67% N=30 students 2012 ECHOS Results: Countywide: 93% ESE Children: 80% Coordinated Child Care Community Pride ECHOS-SocialSkills 93% Coordinated Child Care Community Pride Due to the small population size, the results reflect a three year grouping of all youth who entered kindergarten since 2010. Children ready for school
  • 10. 89% 95% Did not have a new verified report One Year After Services N=342 Did not experience an out-of-home removal Coordinated Child Care Community Pride Recurring abuse/neglect
  • 11. Directions for Living Early Childhood Consultation Cost per Client $807.34 Program Budget $219,597 For children under five who are either at-risk of developing; or who currently are exhibiting emotional and/or behavioral problems JWB Investment $219,597
  • 12. Directions for Living Early Childhood Consultation N=92 67% 91% N=101 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 76% ESE Children: 67% 2012 ECHOS Results: Countywide: 93% ESE Children: 80% FAIR-Literacy ECHOS-SocialSkills Children ready for school
  • 13. Directions for Living Early Childhood Consultation N=92 67% 91% N=101 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 76% ESE Children: 67% 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 93% ESE Children: 80% FAIR-Literacy ECHOS-SocialSkills Children ready for school Due to the small population size, the results reflect a three year grouping of all youth who entered kindergarten since 2010.
  • 14. Program Budget $357,992 Cost per Client $2,251.52 JWB Investment $72,242 Provides early care and education to 3 to 5 yr. old children who are just learning English or who live in homes where English is not the predominately spoken language United Methodist Children of the World
  • 15. 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 76% 2012 ECHOS Results: Countywide: 93% 70% 86% N=44 United Methodist Children of the World English Language Learning FAIR-Literacy ECHOS-SocialSkills N=26 81% 88% N=44 N=26 United Methodist Children of the World
  • 16. 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 76% 2012 ECHOS Results: Countywide: 93% 70% 86% N=44 United Methodist Children of the World FAIR-Literacy ECHOS-SocialSkills N=26 81% 88% N=44 N=26 Due to the small population size, the results reflect a three year grouping of all youth who entered kindergarten since 2010. United Methodist Children of the World
  • 17. R’Club HIPPY : Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youth Cost per Client $1,076.84 Program Budget $607,339 A model program which helps parents provide educational enrichment for their 3 to 5 year old preschool children. JWB Investment $516,892
  • 18. R’Club N=75 10/11 11/12 72% 83% 09/10 55% Children ready for school FAIR R’Club HIPPY : Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youth 2012 FAIR Results: Countywide: 76% ESE Children: 67%
  • 19. 2012 Summer Learning Readiness Outcomes N=74 Four-Year-Olds Florida Kindergarten Readiness Screener 88% 96% assessed as ready on FAIR assessed as ready on ECHOS 76% assessed as ready on FAIR 93% assessed as ready on ECHOS 2012 Pinellas County
  • 20. 99% 89% Religious Community Services Grace House N=189 N=97 Families that did not return to emergency shelter within one year Families that moved to stable housing at case closure
  • 21. 99% 89% Religious Community Services Grace House N=189 N=97 Families that did not return to emergency shelter within one year Cost per Client $536.04 Program Budget $330,738 JWB Investment $61,391
  • 22. For more information Marcia Marcionette, M.A. (727) 453-5663 mmarcionette@jwbpinellas.org Karen Woods, LMHC (727) 453-5682 kwoods@jwbpinellas.org Qian Fan, Ph.D. (727) 453-5686 qfan@jwbpinellas.org Debbie Volk, M.P.A (727) 453-5675 dvolk@jwbpinellas.org Megan Stockings, B.A. (727) 453-5675 dvolk@jwbpinellas.org 20.

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