March came in like a lion.
Will it go out like a lamb?
I will be having Knee Surgery on my right knee on
March 25th so a long term sub will be taking my place for approximately
seven or eight weeks.
Emily Crouch has been recommended to me as being a good sub so she will be subbing for me on Wednesday, March 11th and then shadowing me on the 12th and March 23rd and 24th. It should be a good transition. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call.
Gerner Family Early Education Center
8100 N. Congress
Kansas City, MO 64152
Title I Pre-School
Students who have English as a second language and other qualifiers are served through our Title I Early Childhood Program.
The Title I early childhood classroom is a half day program that runs Monday Tuesday, Thursday and Friday within the Early Childhood Special Education classrooms. The Title I program is a readiness program for children who are three before August 1st, and four and five year olds who are in need of an educational experience to prepare them in the areas of cognitive, literacy and social development prior to entering kindergarten. The preschool classroom follows the Missouri Pre-K Standards and Creative Curriculum. Daily activities in the classroom include:
· Circle time with calendar work
· Attendance number line work
· Weather work with a meteorologist who reports the weather
· Music and movement activities
· Literacy activities – includes reading and discussing stories (fiction, science, social studies and nonfiction text) looking for connections, character changes, and cause and effect
· Jolly Phonics written activities
· Scribble Art listening activity each week for the letter of the week
· Outside time
· Shared reading of nursery rhymes and finger plays, which the students act out
interested in the Title I preschool classroom can contact
Adult Education & Literacy
Human Services Center
Maple Woods Community College
3100 NE 83rd Street
Kansas City, MO 64119
The Adult Education and Literacy program offers preparation classes for adults who want to take the Missouri high school equivalency exam.
Students must be 17 years old or older and not enrolled in school.
English Language Learners (ELL) are offered at the Northland Human
Center and at Eastgate Middle School.
Call 413-5480 for more information.
Call March 9th to reserve your spot.
Other Resources for Adult English Language Learners:
Don Bosco – 521-5507
Kansas City School District – Adult education 418-5243; 418-7150
Della Lamb - 842-8040
Downtown Library – 560-0135
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