VPK Program Models

  • SCHOOL YEAR PROGRAMS

    STEP FOURWARD VPK (Title I)

    • The Step FOURward VPK program is 540 instructional hours. 
    • Classrooms are comprised of 20 basic education students attending a Title I school. 
    • This model is staffed with a VPK teacher and VPK instructional assistant. 
    • Open to eligible students that reside in the attendance area of the Step FOURward VPK school with a possibility of a needs-based selection process based on Title I criteria.

    BLENDED VPK

    • The Blended VPK program is 540 instructional hours. 
    • Classrooms are comprised of 10 basic education students and 8 exceptional education students.  The VPK students are role models for the students with special needs as they work and learn together. ESE students are identified as having delays in development cognitive, language, motor and/or social emotional skills.
    • This model is staffed with an ESE teacher, ESE instructional assistant and VPK instructional assistant.
    • Open to all eligible students with a possibility of a lottery process should enrollment exceed class capacity.

    HIGH SCHOOL VPK

    • The High School VPK program is 540 instructional hours. 
    • Classrooms are comprised of 20 basic educational students. 
    • This model is staffed with a teacher and instructional assistant. 
    • Open to eligible students with a possibility of a lottery process should enrollment exceed class capacity.

    HEAD START VPK

    SUMMER VPK

    • The Summer VPK program is 300 instructional hours.
    • Classrooms are comprised of a minimum of 4 and maximum of 12 students.   
    • This model is staffed with a VPK teacher and a part-time VPK teacher.
    • Open to eligible students who have not attended a previous school year VPK program. 

     

     

     

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