Part-Time Literacy Assistants Needed
Smart Beginnings DP is looking for part-time Literacy Assistants (up to 16 hours weekly) to help improve literacy, small group instruction, and to contribute to a positive learning environment at Johnson Elementary. Two or four year degree in education or related field preferred. Experience as an elementary teacher K-3 a plus. A minimum of 3 years of experience working with children ages 6-10 required. Submit your resume, cover letter or questions to info@SmartBeginningsDP.org by June 27, 2018. Be a part of success for all students, families and teachers!
April Newsletter is Here!
Read about how to create good oral care for infants, upcoming trainings, VA Quality's new website and more in April's newsletter. As always, we value your feedback and input! Comments or suggestions on future content may be sent to email@example.com.
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Thursday, March 8, 2018
Kindergarten registration for Danville City Schools and Pittsylvania County Schools begins Friday, March 9.
"The first day of school is a very special day for children. A big part of success in school is to enjoy learning and to not be afraid of teachers, the school environment, other children, or of making mistakes," said Ann Vandervliet Stratton, executive director at Smart Beginnings Danville Pittsylvania.
Monday, July 3, 2017
Support Smart Beginnings and the Imagination Library by making a tax-deductible contribution in honor of or in memorial of a friend, colleague or loved one. Simply complete the memorial-honorarium form and return by mail. Your support ensures that individuals working with young children have the support and training the need to meet the needs of young children. It also ensures that we can provide vulnerable children with age appropriate, high quality books each month by mail.
Saturday, July 1, 2017
This past year, 11 childcare centers and family day homes completed the VA Infant and Toddler Specialist Network training.
The Science of Early Childhood Development
READY FOR SCHOOL
Virginia's Getting Ready Model
Ready Families. Able to support and provide for healthy children.
Ready Communities. Able to support families as child's first teacher.
Ready Services. Able to provide high quality care to all young children.
Ready Schools. Able to accept "ready" children and provide seamless transitions.
Ready Children. Age appropriate in all six developmental domains: physical developmental and health; social and emotional development; approaches to learning; language and literacy development; cognition and general knowledge and fine arts.