Early Childhood Programs

Early Childhood Title I Programs provide preschool educational experiences and services to students who are at-risk for meeting Nevada Academic Content Standards.

 

Eligibility

Students must be four years old by September 30th of the current year for the Pre-K Program and:

  • Reside in the school zone and submit proof of residence in zone (zone variances are not allowed)
  • Participate in the program screening, have current immunizations and submit official birth certificate

 

2020-2021 Schools

ADCOCK ES

BAILEY ES

BELL ES

BOOKER ES

BOWLER J ES

BRUNER ES

CAHLAN ES

CARSON ES

COX C ES

COZINE ES

CULLEY ES

DEARING ES

DECKER ES

DESKIN ES

DISKIN ES

ELIZONDO ES

FERRON ES

FITZGERALD ES

FRENCH ES

GOLDFARB ES

GRAGSON ES

GRIFFITH ES

GUY ES

HARRIS ES

HAYDEN ES

HERR ES

HICKEY ES

HINMAN ES

KELLY ES

KING ES

LINCOLN ES

LONG ES

LOWMAN ES

MCCALL ES

MCMILLAN ES

MENDOZA ES

MOUNTAIN VIEW ES

PERKINS, C ES

PRIEST ES

RED ROCK ES

REED ES

RONNOW ES

ROUNDY ES

SEWELL ES

SMITH, HAL ES

SNYDER W ES

SUNRISE ACRES ES

TAYLOR R ES

THIRIOT ES

ULLOM ES

VEGAS VERDES ES

WASDEN ES

WATSON ES

WEST PREP ES

WHITNEY ES

WILLIAMS, W ES

WOLFE, Eva ES

WOOLLEY ES

WYNN ES

Program Components and Support Services

Early Childhood Title I Programs use Title I funds, in whole or in part, to improve cognitive, health, and social emotional outcomes for eligible children prior to entering kindergarten. The program is designed to prepare eligible children with the prerequisite skills and dispositions for learning that will enable them to benefit from later school experiences.

 

The Clark County School District Early Childhood Title I Program provides a high quality learning environment and is comprised of the following components and support services:

 

Components

  • Highly qualified early childhood licensed teacher
  • Highly qualified teacher/family aide
  • Half day program: AM-2.5 hours with breakfast; PM-2.5 hours with lunch
  • Direct and student initiated instruction focused on mastery of NV Pre-K Content Standards
  • Teacher-student ratio – 20:2
  • 1 teacher, 1 teacher/family aide
  • Minimum number of students: 18-20 per session
  • Ongoing observation, screening, and assessment with progress reports 3 times per year

 

Services

  • Title I school nurses provide hearing, vision and dental screening
  • School health services
  • Referral services
  • Assess to an Early Childhood Social Worker
  • Social Work referrals and other services to students enrolled in the program
  • Nutritious meals are provided

 


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