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  • Education Service Center 7
    Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Title I Part A Title I of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act ESEA as amended by the No Child Left Behind NCLB Act is designed to help disadvantaged children reach high academic standards Improving Basic Programs Operated by Local Education Agencies LEA provides supplemental funding to state and LEAs for resources to help schools with high concentrations of students from low income families provide a high quality education that will enable all children to meet the state s student performance standards Title I Part A supports schools in implementing either a school wide program or a targeted assistance program These programs must use effective methods and instructional strategies that are grounded in scientifically based research Parent Involvement Parent involvement is the centerpiece of Title I Title I Part A provides for substantive parental involvement at every level of the program When schools collaborate with parents to help their children learn and when parents participate in school activities and decision making about their children s education children achieve at higher levels Highly Qualified Staff Paraprofessionals Properly trained paraprofessionals can play important roles in improving student achievement in Title I schools where they can reinforce and augment a teacher s effort in the classroom Unfortunately studies indicate that paraprofessionals are used in many Title I schools for teaching and assisting in teaching when their educational backgrounds do not qualify them for such responsibilities Title I of the ESEA as amended by the NCLB Act requires that paraprofessionals meet higher standards of qualification and ensures that students who need the most help receive instructional support only from qualified paraprofessionals Teachers Title I Part A and Title II Part A place particular emphasis on the need for LEAs to ensure that teachers of a core academic subject meet certain minimum requirements they need to become effective educators The requirements to be considered highly qualified are that teachers hold at least a bachelor s degree be fully certified in Texas and demonstrate competency in the core academic subject area they are teaching State Compensatory Education SCE Compensatory

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Title III Bilingual ESL Philosophy English Language Learners can achieve success in learning when they are provided adequate support and instruction Goal The goal of the Bilingual and ESL program is to provide research based professional staff development and support through technical assistance as required by state and federal mandates Contracted Clients For Title III Bilingual ESL Contracted Clients Region 7 ESC shall Provide analysis of Bilingual ESL program effectiveness and assistance in evaluating program design through Classroom Observation Data Analysis and Customized Technical Assistance upon request Analyze data and offer guidance and resources in best practices and researched based instruction to support campus and district Bilingual ESL program goals as requested Provide unlimited participation in professional development at no charge including but not limited to Fall and Spring LPAC and Assessment For reduced fees offer TExES Exam Prep for 50 BTLPT Assessment for 100 and Sheltered Instruction for 100 Offer unlimited attendance to the Enrichment Educational Summer Institute at

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Monday May 16 2016 Policy Council 11 30a 1 00p Wednesday May 25 2016 School Readiness Advisory Team 9 00a UPCOMING CONFERENCES En Espanol Welcome to Region 7 Head Start Region 7 Education Service Center Head Start Early Head Start is a 12 county program providing comprehensive services to children age s birth 5 years from low income families In addition the Early Head Start program design includes center based options and home based services for pregnant moms The target population includes income eligible teen parents parents of Head Start siblings social services referrals and other community members The Head

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  • Early/Head Start Events
    Title III Bilingual ESL Head Start Head Start Home Calendar of Events Contact Head Start About Head Start Family Service Worker Resources News Parent Resources Photo Gallery Teacher Assistant Resources School Operations School Operations Home Bus Driver Training Business Finance Operations Cooperative Child Nutrition Communications Marketing Employee Benefits Cooperative eTrain Field Service Agents Legal Services Printing Services Purchasing Vendors School Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Head Start Early Head Start Calendar of Events Click the button to go to the Home Page April 2016 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 11 30a Policy Council 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

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  • R7 Head Start Contact Info
    Board Training Special Education Legal Cooperative School Board of the Year Program Superintendent of the Year Program Teacher of the Year Program Special Education Special Education Home Calendar of Events Contact Special Education 504 Accountability Turnaround Team Alternate Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops Contact Information Region 7 ESC Head Start 1909 N Longview Street Kilgore Texas 75662 903 988 6700 903 988 6945 Fax Head Start Locations and Contact Information Head Start Staff Directory Head Start Family Service Worker Advocate Directory Please note that translation generated is created by Google Translate If any questions arise concerning the accuracy of the information please refer to the official English version You may also contact the Head Start Bilingual Specialist Laura Lopez at llopez esc7 net For any other questions about the content of this webpage please contact Amy Fennell Program Compliance Specialist at afennell esc7 net Por favor tenga en cuenta que la traducción

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  • About Us-Region 7 Head Start
    Assessment Assistive Technology AT Services Behavior Services Disabilities Services Evaluation Services Funding LiveBinder Resources Online Courses Other Services Parent Resources Response to Intervention RtI State Performance Plan SPP Transition Technology Technology Home Contact Technology Services Digital Learning Distance Learning ESC7Net HelpDesk Information Management Systems Project Share District Resources Accountability Turnaround Team Become a Teacher Certification Programs Child Nutrition Program Digital Learning DMAC EcoLand Early Learning Center G T Student Seminars House Bill 5 Resources Leadership Development NEW Online Forms Out of School Youth Services Project Share Region 7 Online Store Senate Bill 149 School Board of the Year Superintendent of the Year Teacher of the Year Truancy Requirements WebShops for Notebooking Parent Resources House Bill 5 Resources Out of School Youth Services Parent Involvement Federal Programs Parent Resources Special Education Statewide Bullying Prevention Initiative Bullying Prevention Bullying Prevention Resources Workshops for Parents MIS Website Workshops for Students MIS Website Employment Programs Services Workshops About Head Start Map of Center Locations Click Here for Center Contact Information Mission Statement The mission of Region 7 Education Service Center Head Start is to empower children and their families to be successful by providing comprehensive services that meet and exceed Head Start Standards Philosophy Invest now benefit later Region 7 Head Start is grounded in the conviction that high quality early childhood care education and family services pay off in a myriad of benefits to children their families and society as a whole The potential for learning is greatest during early years of a child s life therefore every possible learning opportunity should be provided to children at the earliest possible age The following core beliefs provide the foundation for our program We believe that respecting diversity is one of Head Start s strengths We respect children and families of all cultures races and ethnic backgrounds We believe that the early education learning environment whether in the home or in a school should provide a rich variety of activities that will foster Cognitive Social Emotional and Physical development We believe that our program can be a catalyst for change as we partner with families and the community to provide social services geared to empower and bring about a higher degree of independence for low income families We believe that parents are the primary educators of their children and must be directly engaged in the program We believe that each child should be given opportunities to develop to his her highest potential We are sensitive and responsive to children and families with special needs We believe in the power of comprehensive services Head Start strives to develop the whole child addressing issues of intellect and education physical health and nutrition mental health and emotional growth Program Goals 1 Promote opportunities for parental engagement education and empowerment 2 Provide comprehensive early intervention services to children and families connecting home and school Please note that translation generated is created by Google Translate If any questions arise concerning the accuracy of the information please refer to the official

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  • Resources for FSW/A's
    Spanish Early Head Start Only Permission and Agreement Form for Pregnant Mothers English Spanish Early Head Start Attendance Letter Disabilities Suspected Disability Form English Spanish Health Consent to Release Confidential Information Dental Letter to Parents English Spanish Lead Questionnaire English Spanish M edical Conditions Form English Spanish Medical Letter to Parents English Spanish Oral Health Form Child Permission and Agreement Form English Spanish TB Facts English Spanish TB Questionnaire English Spanish THSteps Physical Form Program Compliance Program Compliance Itinerary Form Office Supply Request Testing Voucher EHS Substitute Training Form HS Substitute Training Form H S District Employee Training Form Family Service Worker Advocate Trainings August 2015 Minutes Handouts FSWA Pre Service September 2015 Minutes January 2016 Minutes February 2016 Minutes FSW A Trainings 2014 2015 FSW A Trainings 2013 2014 LENDING LIBRARY online Click here for the Digital Lending Library list and request form Technology FSW A T echnology Equipment Checkout Form Calendars Timelines FSW A Task Calendar Training Timeline for FSW A and Education Specialists FSW A Work Day Tabulation Calendar 14 15 30 45 Day Calendar 45 90 Day Calendar Parent Family and Community Engagement Family Literacy Creating a Personal Library English Spanish Reading is Fundamental Tips and Resources English Spanish Reading is Fundamental Activities English Spanish Reading is Fundamental Apps Frequently Asked Questions about School Readiness New Reading Is Fundamental Monthly Literacy Activities Calendars English Spanish Updated NEW Click Here for new FSW A Training Videos Parent Engagement Forms Background Check Documentation Child Care Voucher English Spanish Community Networking Form Contributions Letter Spanish Daily Schedule Home Visit Reminder English Spanish Needs Assessment English Spanish Family Outcomes English Spanish NEW To be completed by the FSW A Orientation Letter Spanish Parent Confidentiality Acknowledgement Spanish Parent Interest Survey Spanish Parent Interest Survey Tabulations Parent Training Minutes Spanish Parent Training Plans Parent Training Sign in Spanish Parent Volunteer Sign in Parliamentary Procedures for Parent Training Spanish Roster of Officers Standards of Conduct Spanish Volunteer Application English Spanish Parent Trainings and Presentations Parent Volunteer Training English Spanish Confidentiality Presentation for Parents English Spanish Parliamentary Procedures for HS Parent Training English Spanish To Be A Dad video Health Safety and Nutrition Health Orientation Packet Health Team Introductory Flyer Anemia Screening Hemoglobin Hematocrit English Spanish Dental Exam Fact Sheet English Spanish Physical Exam Fact Sheet English Spanish Hearing Testing English Spanish Lead Screening English Spanish TB Facts English Spanish Vision Testing English Spanish Role of the HSAC English Spanish Health and Safety 45 90 Day Screening Summary English Spanish Health and Human Services Case Release Form Consent to Release Confidential Information Consent for Health Services English Spanish Consent for Transportation English Spanish DSHS Hearing Screen Form DSHS Vision Screen Form First Aid Supply Request Form FSW Safety Checklist School Year Calendar Hand Washing Signs How to Wash Hands poster When to Wash Hands poster ChildPlus Health Audit Checklist Immunization Log Medical Checkup for Parents English Spanish Monthly Dental Worksheet Notification of Developmental Screenings Onsite Dental Exam Screening Summary English Spanish Onsite Dental Worksheet

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  • Education Service Center 7
    Licensed Center and Licensed and Registered Child Care Home providers who meet the certification criteria The providers that voluntarily achieve TRS provider certification are offering quality care that exceeds the State s Minimum Child Care Licensing Standards for director and staff qualifications caregiver child interactions age appropriate curricula and activities nutrition and indoor outdoor activities and parent involvement and education Texas Rising Star providers are in a position to contribute positively to the early development of the children they serve on a daily basis Congratulations to Sandra Robinson and all of the staff at the L M Christian Daycare and Learning Center Did You Know 2014 2015 Did You Know all children need a healthy breakfast As children head back to school this is the perfect time to emphasize how a healthy breakfast is crucial in providing children the nutrients and energy they need to succeed in school Studies show that breakfast eaters tend to have higher school attendance less tardiness and fewer hunger induced stomachaches in the morning which means fewer trips to the school nurse Children who eat breakfast are also less likely to be overweight and more likely to get enough calcium All Head Start children are offered breakfast regardless of the time they arrive to school For more information on the benefits of eating a healthy breakfast contact Gail Thomas Region 7 ESC Head Start Nutrition Coordinator at 903 988 7629 Did you know when extreme challenging behaviors arise Head Start teachers can enter a Mental Health referral in the Head Start software tracking system that triggers support from the Head Start Mental Health Team Head Start s dietitian meets with the families of children with food allergies during the school year to help them understand their child s food allergy and how to cope with new information and the new dietary guidelines for their families For more information contact Gail Thomas Head Start Nutrition Coordinator 903 988 7629 or gthomas esc7 net 2013 2014 Region 7 ESC Head Start Disabilities staff can provide Response to Intervention support to the Head Start Pre school teachers throughout the 2013 2014 school year The Head Start Disabilities staff members are experienced diagnosticians who can assist the teachers in developing appropriate interventions monitoring plans and data collection for struggling Head Start students For more information contact Gina Fannin Head Start Disabilities Coordinator at 903 988 6864 Region 7 ESC Head Start Education Staff will provide a variety of 17 School Readiness professional development opportunities for Head Start and Pre K teachers throughout the region during the 2013 2014 school year For more information contact Cathy Gaskin Head Start Education Coordinator at 903 988 7635 Food allergies in Head Start require our undivided attention Once a pediatrician or allergist confirms a child in Head Start has a food allergy the Head Start Nutrition Coordinator immediately begins to collaborate with the school s food service director nurse teacher and family service worker to ensure each child s individual nutritional needs are

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