PEP provides preschool special education services for children aged 3 to 5 with identified disabilities in Montgomery County. PEP operates on a transdiciplinary model of best practices in Early Childhood Special Education. PEP Program Description PEP is a non-categorical program serving children with preschool jobs in public schools variety of disabilities. Most children who receive PEP services have moderate learning delays in more than one area of development.
The IEP includes learning goals and objectives based on needs identified through formal evaluations. Staff use the learning goals and objectives as a guide to assist students in acquiring skills that children their age have already learned. Parent education may also be provided. PEP Philosophy PEP’s philosophy is based on the premise that early intervention is effective in addressing learning deficits. PEP identifies strategies to offset the impact of educational disabilities in young children. Developmental skills such as communication, exploration, movement, play and socialization are essential for all children. Some children with disabilities need specialized intervention to gain the skills necessary for kindergarten.
PEP staff members collaborate in order address the individual goals and objectives of students. Services are provided in the least restrictive environment, including community settings. We, as a community, make a collective commitment to Bellingham’s children. This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. This iframe contains the logic required to handle AJAX powered Gravity Forms.
New Mexico Pre-K NM PreK is a voluntary program for four year-olds. A child must be four years of age prior to 12:00 AM of September 1 and live within the attendance zone of a Title I School. To enroll your child, you will need to contact the school. The lab is run by the parenting and teaching classes in the high school’s family consumer science departments. Students and APS employees at each school are given enrollment priority in the preschool lab. Remaining openings are available to the public. Contact your nearest high school for availability.
These services are offered by joint efforts of the City and APS. Learn more about The Division of Child and Family Development Services. Services are also available in 43 classrooms located in 35 schools. The YDI Head Start program is designed to help break the cycle of poverty by providing preschool children of low-income families with a comprehensive program to meet their emotional, social, health, nutritional, educational, and physical needs. Contact YDI offices or the schools below. Even Start Family Literacy Title I Even Start Family Literacy programs are available at various APS elementary schools. Even Start is a federally-funded family literacy program for eligible parents and their children.