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Universal Pre-kindergarten Program (UPK) - 426.020

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Program Summary

The primary purpose of this grant program is to provide four-year-old children with a universal opportunity to access high-quality pre-kindergarten programs that prepare them for future school success.

 

Contact Information

Name: Cyndi Herron
Address: Questar III, 10 Empire State Boulevard, Castleton NY 12033
Phone: 518.479.6852
Fax: 518.479.6906
Email: Cyndi.Herron@questar.org

Program Description

The primary purpose of this grant program is to provide four-year-old children with a universal opportunity to access high-quality pre-kindergarten programs that prepare them for future school success. The program focuses on child-centered activities, development of strong foundational skills in early literacy and numeracy, social interaction and Kindergarten readiness skills. The UPK regulations require that districts use a minimum of 10% of their UPK grant award to contract with one or more eligible agencies for the provision of the instructional program for a specified number of enrolled children.

Through the competitive process, Questar III could be considered the Community Based Organization (CBO) and provide staff, administrative supervision, some nursing services, as well as additional supports to ensure quality of services. Questar III has provided pre-K educational services for nearly 3 decades and will work closely with your district to ensure that a model program is created and delivered. We also have experience with working with additional CBOs to provide an inclusionary model with students with disabilities. Districts will receive a summary of skills gained for each student at the end of the school year to assist with the transition from pre-kindergarten to Kindergarten. Districts may need to reassess elementary curriculum to include the gains of students who have experienced UPK. Class can have up to eighteen students per one teacher and one teaching assistant (18:1:1).

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