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Annual Report 2017.2018

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Annual Report 2017-2018

2017-2018 Highlights Smart Start of Davie County (SSDC) Parent Educator Early Childhood Resource Center Thanks to a grant from Mebane Grant funding from the Margaret C. Wood- Foundation, SSDC was able to add son Foundation allowed SSDC to revamp a part time parent educator to our educational kits. We now have over 70 our Parents as Teachers program! new kits that are available for check out! Reach Out and Read Early Childhood Educator’s Conference Dr. Edwards is excited to be part of four medical Our 2nd annual conference was a huge success practices in Davie County to offer Reach Out with over 70 attendees and a wonderful guest and Read. The expansion of the literacy keynote speaker, Steve Gilliland! program was funded by a grant from North Carolina Partnership for Children and ROR Gardening with Children Carolinas! With funds from a Color Me Healthy grant by Davie Community Foundation, our Program Coordinator helped a childcare center create a raised bed garden for children and teachers to KidsFest plant, grow, eat and learn! Our annual KidsFest community Group Connections event was enhanced by Brenner Fit and the Kohl’s Cooks Mobile Parent Educators held 12 group con- Kitchen! Children of all ages nections throughout the year. SSDC loved creating healthy snacks! hosted 96 children and 64 parents for the group connections! Smart Start of Davie County Board of Directors 2017-2018 Board Officers sitting left to right: Teresa Kines, Treasurer; Dub Potts, Vice-Chair; Stacy Moyer, Secretary; Brandy Koontz, Chair Board Members standing left to right: Marissa Brzescinski, John Ferguson, Kim McClure, Cindy Hendricks, Heather Phillips, Anna Jenkins, Dr. Darrin Hartness, Bob Bromley, Tracie Murphy, Cammie Webb, Linda Coplin, and John Eller Not present for photo: Carol Livengood and Jenna Hendricks

Meet Our Staff Kati Lawrence Susan McBride Gena Taylor Program Coordinator Parent Educator Executive Director Smart Start of Davie County Staff in Action! Jennifer Jackson Terry Logan Program Support Administrator Parent Educator Smart Start of Davie County’s Mis- Verliene Stainback sion: Shea Stewart Finance Manager Ensure quality child care, education, health Parent Educator and family support programs for all of Davie

During 3 ten week sessions, 27 Throughout the fiscal year, parents of 20 infants, toddlers, and three parent educators conducted 552 home preschoolers learned about parenting the visits in Davie County. During these nurturing way. Each 10 week session personalized visits, 81 children in 54 families included a parent class, a children’s class, receive information on how to support their and a meal. The results from Adult child’s development and strategies to Adolescent Parenting Inventory survey manage challenging behaviors. In addition to showed 76% of participating parents home visits, parent educators also conducted 12 group connections. PAT Thank you for sharing these gifts of books for the families and community children every month even when it’s not their members were invited to birthday. You are truly making an impact on us humans, big & small! participate in activities ranging from fire safety day to Blockfest ~Grandmother of Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library recipient Your dedication shows in all that you do for the Partnering with the Davie children, families and teachers throughout the county! County Health Department, SSDC offers a ~Pat D., Teacher Child Care Health Consultant to childcare providers in Davie County. During the year, 47 childcare professionals were trained in 6 trainings and WAGE$ provided 25 childcare 43 technical assistant providers salary supplements. These teach- consultations. were held. ers, who have been at their respective child- care centers for at least 6 months, received a total of $35,000. Salary supplements were An estimated 81 paid based on education level and longevity children received subsidy assistance from at the center. Smart Start of Davie County funding in 2017-2018. SSDC It makes me feel like I am important in the lives of children and in my community. contributed $163,200 to assist ~Davie, teacher with childcare costs for families in Programs outlined in yellow—Early Care & Education Programs Programs outlined in blue—Early Care & Education Programs Programs outlined in green—Literacy Programs

At each of the four participating medical practices, 1,120 children Through the Community ages 6 months to 5 years received a Education program, 160 community members attended 12 Smart Start of Davie County “prescription to read” as practitioners (SSDC) community wide events explained the importance of reading to to learn about the importance of parents. A total of 1,573 new, culturally- early education and the and developmentally-appropriate books programs offered by SSDC. Our were given out during 2017-2018. Two new annual free sites were added this year and each community event, KidsFest, had 721 registered received a literacy rich attendees! waiting room thanks to a generous grant. Our Early Childhood Program Consultant offered 24 free to low cost trainings for 91 child care providers, including a full day conference for early educators. Early childhood professionals received 39 technical assistance visits to assist with classroom management, program quality, and licensing information. The Early Childhood 8,339 free books were mailed to Resource Center had 711 visits by 133 parents, providers, and community members 1,170 children in Davie County throughout 2017-2018. All of our educational through the Dolly Parton’s Imagination kits were also replaced or Library program! This program improved, giving is available FREE to all children our community ages birth to five residing in over 70 kits to choose from. Davie County. Programs outlined in yellow—Early Care & Education Programs Programs outlined in blue—Early Care & Education Programs Programs outlined in green—Literacy Programs

Our Donors $5000+ John & Earlene Ferguson Amelia Craver Will & Leslie Hege Charlie & Traci Crisco County of Davie Hillsdale Dental Jackie & Angie Davis Davie Community Foundation Teresa Johnson Randy & Melissa Davis Gilliland Foundation Ketchie Creek Bakery & Café Mark & Amy Devereaux Mebane Charitable Foundation, Inc. Kountry Kids Learning Center Diamondback Products $4,999-$2,500 George & Brook Martin John & Amy Eller Bermuda Village Retirement Community Grady & Cathy McClamrock Allen Fritts Margaret C Woodson Foundation, Inc. Novant Health, Inc. Justice & Millie Fulton Pearls of Empowerment Fund Matthew & Heather Phillips Derek & Pam Harpe Terry Law Renaissance Renovations JD & Robin Hartman Wake Forest Baptist Health Davie Reynolds American Foundation Darrin & Lisa Hartness Medical Center Smoke Wagon Lorri Hayes Gerald & Renna Welborn Carlton & Wendy Terry Cindy Hendricks Williams Companies, Inc. Trailers of the East Coast, Inc. Ruth Hoyle VF Jeanswear Jennifer Jackson $2499-$1000 George & Cammie Webb Mike & Anna Jenkins Carolina Center for Eye Care OD, PA Welborn Law Firm, PLLC Beauford & Teresa Kines Dr. Joel & Beth Edwards Mitch & Susan Whitener Alan & Tiffany Lakey Fuller Welding and Fabricators YMCA of Northwest North Carolina Jason & Kati Lawrence Koontz Law, PLLC $499-$100 Matt Marion Meg Brown Furnishings, Inc. Jimmy Myers Jeff & Tara Allen Charles & Jane McAllister Darryl & Gina Bandy Susan McBride The Resource Bobby & Bernice Knight Fund Roy McDonald Eric Surratt Kathy & Kevin Bokeno Ken & Carolyn McManamy Walmart Don Boles Terry & Amy Meinecke Wayne Webb Webb Heating and Air Terry & Christine Bralley Mocksville Woman's Club Richard & Elaine Williams Robert & Diana Bromley Kaye Morris Chad & Jeannine Brown Stacy Moyer $999-$500 Michael & Stephanie Burton Bruce & Tracie Murphy ACWLC Blake & Amber Butler Jim & Katie Otteson Ryan & Teresa Addison Brandon & Heather Byers Barry & Barbara Owens Advance United Methodist Church Youth Group Brian & Yvonne Byrd Brad & Katie Parsley Ken & Margaret Annunziata C & M Lawn Service Kristin Pitts Bandy Insurance Agency, Inc. Eddie & Ruth Campbell Chris & Sandra Porter C & D Express Enterprises, Inc. Paul & Susan Caudill Dub & Diana Potts Darby & Brandi Correll William Cockerham Project Broken Wings C/O Mike Kearney The Country Vet Larry & Beverly Colbourne Kenny & Janet Purser Darren Cranfill, Attorney at Law Keith Comer Dee Ann Reavis Davie Chiropractic Clinic Linda Coplin Terry Renegar Eaton Funeral Home, Inc Steve & Kaci Corriher Ken & Judy Rethmeier Mary Covington

Our Donors $499-$100 continued $99 and under Carlos & Ashley Jané Christine Shugart Joey & Michelle Reynolds Jeff & Vicki Balsley Bill Junker Stephanie Speer Lee & Melissa Rollins John & Linda Barnette Will & Deitre Junker Jacky & Vickie Spivey Mike Ruffin S. Todd & Renae Beeker Marissa Kuzbyt Chris Stainback Seaside Healthcare, Inc. Tim Bralley Mike Lari Verliene Stainback Marlene Shamel Debbie Broadway Lorene Markland Shea Stewart Jane & David Simpson Mike Butero Kenneth & Judy Mason Patricia Tutterow State Farm Companies Rene Crawford Patrick & Kathy Miller Meredith Wagstaff Foundation Heydy Day Caroline Moser Michael & Julie Wayne Aileen Steelman Susan Domanski Walt Myers John & Erin Welborn Sunset Slush of the Piedmont, Scott & Lisa O'Brien Owen Williams Lilly Fostvedt LLC Eric & Julie Fronzaglio Karen Pitts Chris & Sheri Woodyard Becky Tarlton Anne Harris Teresa Ray Roger Wooten Gena & Rob Taylor Lori Hamilton Pat & Brandi Reagan Jessica Yarbrough Nelson & Jenny Turrentine Donna Hinkle Ceciley Reynolds Helen Yokley Kathy Urbowicz Michael Hunt Anne Rollins Yadkin Valley Telephone Lucio & Karen Iacopi Clyde & Gladys Scott Funding Smart Start of Davie County (SSDC) funds 9 Smart Start of Davie County Program Allocations programs through 3 different areas: State SFQ, $83,421 Funding, Grants, and Donations. PAT, $81,005 State Funding: CCHC, $5,447 Totaling $492,875, state funding for SSDC was distributed as follows: 41% is allocated directly to DSS Childcare Wage$, $35,000 NPP, $20,878 Subsidy Of the remaining budget mandates: Community Ed, 70% to Early Care and Education Programs $34,423 30% or less to Family Support Programs Program Eval, $20,164 Grants: In 2017-18, SSDC received $50,074 in grants ROR, $12,575 Subsidy, $165,730 DPIL, $24,344 Donations: Donations of $7,623 received Hometown Hoedown: Yellow—Early Care & Education Programs Blue—Early Care & Education Programs Through our 7th annual Hoedown, Smart Start of Davie County raised $48,420 Green—Literacy programs

2017 Hometown Hoedown Sponsors Thank you to our 2017-2018 Grant Funders County of Davie Davie Community Foundation Davie Community Foundation Pearls of Empowerment Fund Margaret C. Woodson Foundation, Inc. Mebane Charitable Foundation, Inc. Mocksville Women’s Club The North Carolina Partnership for Children, Inc. Read Early Literacy Grant Project Walmart

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