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Annual Report 2018.2019

Published by smcbride, 2019-12-17 13:28:17

Description: Annual Report 2018.2019

Keywords: Smart Start of Davie County,Annual Report


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Annual Report 2018-2019

2018-2019 Highlights New Program: LENA Home Thanks to a Pearls grant and private funding we were able to expand our Parents as Teachers  program and offer LENA Home. LENA Home uses technology to provide an innovative way to support home visitors working to help families add an increased focus on conversational turns and increased interactions. 17 New Educational Kits EARLY CHILDHOOD Thanks to a Woodson Foundation grant our Early Childhood RESOURCE Resource Center has 17 new educational kits. These kits are for CENTER both early educators and parents to provide hands-on learning experiences. We now have over 70 kits available for check out! Katie Speer: Early Childhood Education Specialist Katie Speer joined our team in May to take on the role of Early Childhood Education Specialist. Katie works with our local child care centers to ensure the child care providers have the tools they need and also manages our literacy programs. Over 800 KidsFest Registrants KidsFest was a huge success with over 800 registered attendees. This year we were able to provide 60 activity kits to families for outdoor physical play through our partnership with Be Active Kids and had a visit from the Kidpower Safety Bus. 3rd Annual Early Annual Collaborative Midwest Smart Start Educators Conference ESSA Meeting Executive Directors Meeting

Our Staff Our Board The 8th Annual

Smart Start's Impact Smart Start of Davie County works to ensure quality child care, education, health and family support programs for all Davie County children birth to five. Child Care Health Nurturing Consultant Parenting Program Partnering with the Davie County During two 10-week sessions, 25 Health Department, SSDC offers a parents of 39 infants, toddlers and Child Care Health Consultant to child preschoolers learned how to parent care centers in Davie County. Seven the nurturing way. The results from child care facilites recieved these services and 20 workshops were Adult Adolescence Parenting conducted with 171 total attendees. Inventory survey showed 75% of participating parents had improved their parenting skills. Strengthening S Foundations for F Q Quality Parents as Twelve free to low cost trainings were Teachers offered with 75 child care providers in Three parent educators conducted attendance. A total of 18 staff 601 home visits in Davie County. members in eight classrooms at three child care centers received technical During visits, children receive developmental screens while parents assistance visits to assist with receive education to build protective classroom management, program factors to keep the family strong and quality, and licensing information. The Early Childhood Resource Center healthy. Over the year, 13 Group served 264 adults with 59 visits by Connections were held to engage and child care providers and 112 visits by educate families while having fun. parents.

On Davie County Reach Out WAGE$ and Read Twenty participants from 11 sites Nineteen primary care providers at received a salary supplement. four practices were trained and Additionally, 494 children were indirectly affected. participated in the program. A total of 1,719 books were distributed to an estimated 860 children during their annual well-child visit. Dolly Parton's Community Imagination Library Education A total of 12,571 books were mailed Smart Start staff engaged 46 child- to the homes of 1,386 enrolled serving agencies. We shared our children in Davie County. Amongst mission and programs with 22 people these, 508 children were new by hosting three Lunch & learn enrollees. sessions. Thirteen parental educational events were held with 52 parents and 64 children. Early Care & Education Programs • Family Support Programs • Literacy Programs

Donors $5,000+ North Carolina Department Cheryl Lambert of Public Instruction David & Holly Lee Davie Community Foundation Susan McBride Furry Hugs, Inc. Matthew & Heather Phillips Grady McClamrock, Jr. Law Office Mebane Charitable Foundation, Inc. Renaissance Renovation Roy McDonald The North Carolina The Resource Carolyn McManamy Smoke Wagon Joe Michalski Partnership for Children, Inc. Debra Stanley Doug Middleton Pearls of Empowerment Trailers of the East Coast Mirror Image Cleaning Service Wendy & Carlton Terry Gerald & Renna Welborn Mocksville Woman's Club Welborn Law Firm, PLLC Caroline Moser $4,999-$2,500 Stacy Moyer $499-$100 Jayanna Nichols Dr. Joel & Beth Edwards Novant Health Koontz Law Ryan & Theresa Addison Larry McDaniel Jeff Allen Hillsdale Medical Associates Margaret C. Woodson Foundation Almost Home Child Care Dub & Diana Potts Terry Law Ken & Margaret Annunziata Rivers Family & Cosmetic Dentistry Wake Forest Baptist Health Chris & Rebecca Barbee Clyde & Gladys Scott Blakley Landscape Services Sunset Slush of the Piedmont, LLC Davie Medical Center Don & Wanda Bowles Rob & Gena Taylor Tim Bralley Nelson & Jenny Turrentine $2,499-$1,000 Teresa Bridges Tami Walker Larry & Sherry Bridgewater Maggie Webb Fuller Welding and Fabricators, Inc. Dianne Brown Tina Williams Gilliland Foundation Susan Burleson Brian & Shannan Williams Kim McClure C& M Lawn Service Chris & Sheri Woodyard Meg Brown Home Furnishings Ashley Carter Eric Surratt Child Evangelism Fellowship $99 and under Walmart Darren Cranfill, Attorney at Law Cammie & George Webb Charlie & Traci Crisco Amazon Smile Webb Heating & Air Conditioning Jackie & Angie Davis Tom Beaver Richard & Elaine Williams Chris & Susan Domanski Margaret Blevins The Winston-Salem Foundation Chase Dooley Albert Boger Scott & Pat Foltz Chad & Casey Bomar $999-$500 Alan & Lynn Frye Alice Brown Christopher Garcia Marissa Brzescinski Tiffany Allen Greg & Teresa Gordon Blake & Amber Butler Bandy Insurance Agency Derek & Pam Harpe Ruth Campbell Todd & Suzanne Barnhardt Darrin & Lisa Hartness Tim & Beth Campbell Michael Burton Cindy Hendricks Wayne Canter C&D Express Enterprises, Inc. Shannon Henry Donnie Chaffin Cardinal Innovations Jeff Holmes Larry & Beverly Colbourne Carolina Center for Eye Care Carlos Jane Steve Corriher Eaton Funeral Service Mike & Anna Jenkins Davie Business Women's Association Cindy Ellis Thomas Johnson DavieLiFE Magazine The Law Offices of Ryan B. Addison, P.A David & Linda Kabealo Ebates Logan Gaskins Bobby & Bernice Knight Fund John & Amy Eller Hillsdale Dental Alan & Tiffany Lakey Benita Finney Brandy Koontz Kountry Kids Carl Lambert William & Julie Marklin, III

$99 and under continued Todd & Amy Kepley Richard Poindexter Verliene Stainback Beauford & Teresa Kines & Jan Mahaffey Linda Stanford Allen Fritts Mary Alice Leduc-Lenmark Jenny Stevenson Gloria Gamble Wade Leonard, Jr. Chris & Sandra Porter Kyle & Elizabeth Swicegood Diane Gilliland Tammera Lindsay Rob & Teresa Raisbeck Becky Tarlton Lori Hamilton Kaye Morris Steve Rareshide Chris Trivette Slayton & Emily Harpe Lisa Nielson Pat & Brandi Reagan Meredith Wagstaff JD & Robin Hartman Rita Odum Terry Renegar Abby White Bobby Hawkins John Orsillo Adam Ressa Mark & Jeanna White Greg Hill Barry & Barbara Owens Cesar Romero Lynn Yokley DT Hinkle Brad & Katie Parsley David & Jane Simpson Charlene Jones Jacky & Vickie Spivey Funding Early Care & Education Programs • Family Support Programs • Literacy Programs Strengthening the WAGE$ Child Care Health Consultant Foundations of Quality Educational incentive program for Free health consulting service for Technical assistance program for childcare providers legally operating childcare facilities childcare providers Community Education Dolly Parton’s Parents as Teachers Imagination Library Local efforts to inform and educate Intensive, in-home, parent/child the public about SSDC Early literacy program where children education program receive one book a month by mail Nurturing Parenting Program LENA Home Reach Out and Read Ten-week group parenting class Helps parents promote and participate Early literacy program where children building nurturing parenting skills in building early language skills receive books from local pediatricians State Funding Overall Program Funding Allocation From State & Private Dollars Totaling $495,123, state funding for SSDC ROR LENA Home was distributed as follows: 2.7% 3.4% • 41% of state funding is allocated directly to Program Eval 3.8% DSS Child Care Subsidy Community Ed Subsidy • 70% to Early Care & Education 5.8% 34.4% • <30% to Family Support Programs NPP Private Funding 5.2% • $64,299 received  from grants 2018-19 • $52,504 raised through our  8th annual PAT Hometown Hoedown fundraiser 17% • $8,580 received in donations outside WAGE$ SFQ 6.6% CCHC 17% our annual fundraiser 1%

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