Early Learning Preschool

January 24, 2020

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Preschool Feedback Survey

We are continually looking to grow and improve our practices. Your honest feedback is CRITICAL to our Continuous Improvement Plan, which allows us to make improvements to our programming. We are always striving to improve upon our current practices.

If you would like to meet with Megan individually, please contact Marie or Megan directly!

Click HERE for the 2019-2020 Parent Survey

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FREE BOOKS For Children 5 and Younger in Cuyahoga County (That means YOU!)

I am SUPER excited to share this AMAZING opportunity for students ages birth through 5 in our county! Please please take advantage of this program to build your home library and expose your children to literature. The website also includes literacy activities to partner with each book. Please reach out to us if you need support enrolling in the program.

Ohio First Lady Fran DeWine announced the opening of the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library (OGIL) today in Cuyahoga County.

Any child from birth to age five can enroll to receive a free, new book from the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library every month.

“I'm delighted that Cuyahoga County’s 75,000 children -- from birth to age five -- can now take advantage of the benefits of the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library,” said Ohio First Lady Fran DeWine. “Cuyahoga County is our 55th Ohio county to offer the Ohio Governor's Imagination Library Program countywide, no matter where a child lives within that county. When we started this journey to create a statewide program to improve early childhood literacy, the Imagination Library was only available in pockets of Ohio and only countywide in 24 counties. We won't stop our work to expand until kids in all 88 counties of Ohio have the same opportunity."

Research shows that book ownership can be a predictor of future academic success. In fact, studies have found that children with just 25 books in their home were more likely to complete an additional two years of education. Inspired by Ohio First Lady Fran DeWine’s passion for early childhood literacy, the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library is a partnership with Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library to ensure children enter the classroom ready to succeed.

“We are very pleased that every child can experience the joy and excitement of receiving their own brand new book in the mail every month,” said Robert Paponetti, President & CEO of The Literacy Cooperative of Greater Cleveland. “For the past several years, this wonderful program has been available in select communities in Cuyahoga County. Currently more than 10,000 children in Cuyahoga County are receiving books monthly. With this announcement, enrollment will increase exponentially as there are approximately 75,000 children under the age of five living in Cuyahoga County.”

The Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library Program is working to ensure children in all 88 of Ohio’s counties can enroll in Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library in 2020 by providing a dollar for dollar funding match with each county that opens the OGIL to its residents. The Ohio General Assembly committed $5 million to the OGIL Program in the fiscal year 2020-2021 budget.

To enroll and learn more, visit www.OhioImaginationLibrary.org.

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Realeyes Program with Dr. Scott February 5th

The Realeyes Program is a classroom-based public health initiative created by the Ohio Optometric Association with a generous grant from the Ohio Department of Health Save Our Sight Fund. The goal of the program is to educate young Ohioans of the importance of vision health and eye safety. Realeyes is presented by volunteer doctors of optometry to approximately 105,000 students per year throughout all 88 Ohio counties. The topics presented include eye safety, eye anatomy, vision disorders, and ocular health disorders.

This public-private partnership dates back to 1998 when legislation was enacted allowing Ohioans to donate $1 to the Save Our Sight fund when completing vehicle registration/renewal at the Ohio Bureau of Motor Vehicles. The fund, administered by the Ohio Department of Health, provides vision-related public health grants to statewide agencies. The Realeyes Program has consistently received funding since its inception in 2000 and is the only educational program to be funded by the Save Our Sight Grant.
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