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Alamance Partnership for Children Annual Report 2012-13

Financial Overview 2012-2013 Revenues Smart Start NC Pre-K Other State Funds Federal Grants Private Gifts
Financial Overview 2012-2013
Revenues
Smart Start
NC Pre-K
Other State Funds
Federal Grants
Private Gifts and Grants
Other
Total
$917,065
$1,803,677
$39,658
$112,441
$52,019
$2,020
$2,926,880
Expenditures
Child Care
Family Support
Health and Safety
Management/General
Program Coordination/Evaluation
$1,443,980
$251,966
$19,882
Would you like to support the
work of the Alamance
Partnership for Children?
$49,819
$118,185
$1,883,832
You can make a tax deductible contribution using a
credit or debit card on our website at
www.alamancechildren.org by
clicking the PayPal button or by mailing a check to:
State Contracts
WAGE$
Child Care Subsidy
$306,896
2322 River Road
Burlington, NC 27217
For more information contact:
$828,390
Phone: 336-513-0063
Fax: 336-2261152
Email: nan@alamancechildren.org

Thank You To Our Board of Directors

Board Chair-Stephanie Williams Vice Chair-Ron Waters Treasurer-Eddie Boswell

Williams Vice Chair-Ron Waters Treasurer-Eddie Boswell Barry Bass David Carter Chris Clemmons Mark Cryan Bryan

Barry Bass David Carter Chris Clemmons Mark Cryan Bryan Hagood Patti Horan Jeremy Ireland

Martha Krall Kristen Moffitt Susan Osborne Jeannie Proctor Granville Simmons Julie Walker Davina Woods

Thank You To Our Partners

Simmons Julie Walker Davina Woods Thank You To Our Partners Looking Toward The Future…. Outdoor Learning
Simmons Julie Walker Davina Woods Thank You To Our Partners Looking Toward The Future…. Outdoor Learning
Simmons Julie Walker Davina Woods Thank You To Our Partners Looking Toward The Future…. Outdoor Learning

Looking Toward The Future….

Outdoor Learning Environment Opening in Fall, 2013

Outdoor Learning Environment Opening in Fall, 2013
Annual Report 2012-2013 Shaping Today’s Children, Creating Tomorrow’s Community Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start

Annual Report

2012-2013

Annual Report 2012-2013 Shaping Today’s Children, Creating Tomorrow’s Community Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start
Annual Report 2012-2013 Shaping Today’s Children, Creating Tomorrow’s Community Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start
Annual Report 2012-2013 Shaping Today’s Children, Creating Tomorrow’s Community Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start
Annual Report 2012-2013 Shaping Today’s Children, Creating Tomorrow’s Community Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start
Annual Report 2012-2013 Shaping Today’s Children, Creating Tomorrow’s Community Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start

Shaping Today’s Children, Creating Tomorrow’s Community

Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start

Tomorrow’s Community Celebrating 20 Years of Smart Start Our vision: All children arrive at school happy,

Our vision: All children arrive at school happy, healthy, and ready for success in school and life.

Years of Smart Start Our vision: All children arrive at school happy, healthy, and ready for

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Alamance Partnership for Children Annual Report 2012-13

Parents As Teachers

for Children Annual Report 2012-13 Parents As Teachers “What a wonderful program you run. Such a

“What a wonderful

program you run.

Such a joy.”

112 families and 179 children received services

100% of families who receive a referral from a parent educator also receive follow up from the parent educator and pursue the referral

Over 95% of children and 100% of babies received a developmental assessment by the 4th visit; of these, 100% of children with delays (who were not already receiving CDSA services) receive an additional referral to Early Intervention Services

Over 600 referrals were made to families for a variety of community services

41 families (53 children) are on a waiting list for services

41 families (53 children) are on a waiting list for services “Thank you so much for

“Thank you so much for

offering such a wonderful

program. Trace and I

enjoyed reading every new

book that was delivered to

the house. We certainly will

miss being in the program”

Dolly Parton Imagination Library Parent

Partners In Literacy

Dolly Parton Imagination Library Parent Partners In Literacy  Over 800 children participating in Reach Out
Dolly Parton Imagination Library Parent Partners In Literacy  Over 800 children participating in Reach Out
Dolly Parton Imagination Library Parent Partners In Literacy  Over 800 children participating in Reach Out
Dolly Parton Imagination Library Parent Partners In Literacy  Over 800 children participating in Reach Out

Over 800 children participating in Reach Out and Read

3 medical practices participating in Reach Out and Read: Burlington Pediatrics, Mebane Pediatrics and Kernodle Clinic Pediatrics

Over 770 children participating in Dolly Parton Imagination Library

children participating in Dolly Parton Imagination Library Family Support Network  25 families participated in an

Family Support Network

in Dolly Parton Imagination Library Family Support Network  25 families participated in an ongoing parent

25 families participated in an ongoing parent support group

46 families received referrals to other community services

Child Care Subsidy

525 families received consultation

Over 8,000 monthly subsidies were provided over the course of 12 months

monthly subsidies were provided over the course of 12 months Page 3 Child Care Resource and

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subsidies were provided over the course of 12 months Page 3 Child Care Resource and Referral

Child Care Resource and Referral

13 facilities participating in quality improvement; 5 facilities participating in quality maintenance

Over 420 teachers attended non-credit based training

Over 270 short-term and technical assistance contacts made to providers

740 children benefitted from sites receiving technical assistance

When I first came to (IY) I had just

left a job that took all my time. My

son was angry and (I now know)

misunderstood. My forms of

discipline were not successful.

Above all, I wanted a closer

relationship with my child. As the

course continued, our relationship

began to improve. I would mimic

the methods introduced in class

and , THEY WORKED! I am so

grateful for the course and the

ladies who dedicate their time to

instruct. I feel confident in raising

my son to be a smart, loved man. I

will also utilize my methods for my

other children.”

Professional Development

140 teaching staff enrolled in for-credit early childhood or early childhood- related courses

Textbooks checked out of the Textbook Lending Library over 200 times

231 Individual Education Plans (IEPs) created or updated

The Incredible Years

Plans (IEPs) created or updated The Incredible Years  81 parents of children ages 1-5 served

81 parents of children ages 1-5 served to date, representing 82 children

40 parents of children ages 6-12 served to date, representing 36 children

68% of parents complete at least 75% of programming

59 parents are on the waiting list to participate in Incredible Years

are on the waiting list to participate in Incredible Years NC Pre-Kindergarten  Served 453 children

NC Pre-Kindergarten

list to participate in Incredible Years NC Pre-Kindergarten  Served 453 children in Alamance County 

Served 453 children in Alamance County

253 children were served in NC Pre-K classrooms in public school sites, 72 in head start sites, and 128 in private child care facilities

44 of those children were add- ed (to private sites) in No- vember 2012 with expansion funds from the state

in No- vember 2012 with expansion funds from the state Community Awareness and Outreach  33

Community Awareness and Outreach

33 press pieces relating to the partnership or Smart Start funded activities in local media

38 press pieces in the Times News

30 community events