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RC Program Assessment

RC Program Assessment

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Compliance Codes: NA--Not Applicable, NM--Not Met, PM--Partially Meets, M--Meets, E--Exceeds 1 of 302/22/07
-K PROGRAMResource Coordination Program Assessment2008 - 2009
Date __________ Time Arrived _____:_____ Date ____________ Time Arrived _______:_______ Time Departed ____:_____ Time Departed ______:______ Legal Name ________________________________________________County_____________________________ d/b/a _________________________________________________________________________________________ Consultant Name _______________________________________________________________________________ Project Director _________________________________ Site Director ____________________________________ Person Interviewed ________________________________Resource Coordinator ____________________________ 
Sites Served
Site Name # of Children Enrolled # of Cat 1 Children # of Cat 2 Children
Any item rated “Not Met” must be addressed in writing within 10 d
E1 E2 E3 E4 E5 E6
Pre-K staff will use this form when monitoring the RC program. Documentation should be organized and made available toyour consultant. The sources of documentation can include, but are not limited to, the following:
family surveys, children’s
files, sign in sheets, pictures, contact sheets (telephone calls, referrals and outcomes, visits, conferences, meetings,mailings), copies of letters, agendas, training certificates, etc.
For any score of NM, you must send a written response within 10 days from the date of the visit.
Compliance Codes: NA--Not Applicable, NM--Not Met, PM--Partially Meets, M--Meets, E--Exceeds2 of 3 4/2/07 www.decal.state.ga.us
E 1. Facilitate Friendships and Mutual Support
Partially Meets Meets Exceeds
Periodic social events are held.
Space is available for families to meetinformally.
Maintains a list of community activities forfamilies.
Provides information on age-appropriatesocial and emotional skills and behaviors.
Reaches out to isolated families.
Program connects families with similarinterests.
Helps parents set up informalcommunication.
Offers parenting ideas on how to foster a
child’s social and emotional learning at
Parent resource room isavailable.
Promotes an understanding ofdifferent cultures andbackgrounds.
Offers support withtransportation, childcare or otherbarriers.
Field trips and activities areprovided for families outside thebuilding.
Provides opportunities forparents to discuss social andemotional issues.
E 2. Strengthen and Support Parents
Partially Meets Meets Exceeds
Regular postings are made on a bulletinboard in a public space.
Take-home materials are distributedregularly to parents.
Family needs are determined by a survey.
Provides information on age-appropriatediscipline and reasonable expectations.
Family activities are provided to helpstrengthen the bonds between parentsand children.
Parents are invited to visit and observetheir children in the classroom.
Provides speakers or resources ontopics of interest to parents.
Connects parents with communityresources.
Makes regular contact with families.
Recognizes and values parent’s
Parents have opportunities to volunteerand contribute to the program.
Provides activities encouraging maleinvolvement.
Parenting classes anddiscussion groups are offered.
Time is spent with parents whenthey are observing their child.
Supports parents in developingappropriate expectations fortheir special needs children.
Parents are provided withmentors/coaches.
Program offers specific activitiesfor fathers, mothers, and otherfamily members.
Parents are given opportunitiesfor input into programmaticdecisions.
E 3. Respond to Early Warning Signs and Linking Families to Services
Partially Meets Meets Exceeds
Space is available for staff to meet privatelywith parents.
Identifies community resources that mayhelp families meet their goals.
Plans are in place to make referrals toDepartment of Children and FamilyServices for suspected child abuse.
Program maintains resources andreferral links on crisis services.
Contacts families subsequent to areferral to identify if the service wasbeneficial.
Brings services on site to meetwith parents.
Community resourceinformation is regularly updated.
Facilitates contact betweenproviders and families.
E 4. Kindergarten Readiness and Family Literacy
Partially Meets Meets Exceeds
Assists with establishing a lending libraryand distributing materials.
Assists with creating literacy packs anddistribution to families.
Parents are provided with information aboutthe school where their child will attendKindergarten.
Process for distribution and use ofliteracy packs is evident.
Assists in organizing a workshop to
explain and distribute the “ Ready for School” kits.
Assists in organizing and facilitatingactivities to help familiarize children andfamilies with the expectations ofKindergarten.
Field trip allows children to seethe elementary school wherethey will attend Kindergarten.
Kindergarten transition teammeets regularly.
Kindergarten readiness timelineis planned and implemented.
Children who are not in a Pre-Kprogram are invited to attend aKindergarten Readiness activity.
Georgia’s Pre
-K Program Resource Coordination Program Assessment

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