Welcome to Early Childhood! Some items that you'll need for Distance Learning - an 8 pack of crayons, colored pencils, or markers; white paper (printer is fine); look around and see if you have old craft supplies (construction paper, tissue paper, glue stick, scissors, cardboard toilet paper tube, etc.) We have fun in ECE! **If you don't have access to these supplies, email me! I'll see what I can do to help you out :-)Early Childhood Education I 844001Grades 10-12 Credit: 2Prerequisite: TB Screening/TestRecommended:Human Development or Intro to Early Childhood, Education, & ServicesThis is a hybrid course that involves traditional face-to-face learning and virtual/online learning through VISION. Students prepare to be primary providers of home-, family-, or institution-based child care services by focusing on the planning, organizing, and conducting of meaningful play and learning activities; child monitoring and supervision; record keeping; and referral procedures. Critical thinking, practical problem solving and entrepreneurship opportunities within the field of early childhood education are emphasized. Practical experiences, (e.g., on-site lab, local daycare centers, elementary schools, other institutions) under the supervision of the instructor are required. Students also prepare for continuing education leading to careers in early childhood fields (e.g., medical social services and education). Work-based learning methods of instruction are encouraged for this course. Students combine classroom instruction and supervised onthe-job training in an approved position with continuing supervision throughout the school year. Tuberculosis screening/testing is required for this class.TB Screening / Testing Info:
OSHA requires our students to be screened for TB. THIS IS NOT AN OPTION!
In accordance with the Loudoun County Program of Studies, “Proof of tuberculosis (TB) testing is required. Students are responsible for getting TB testing prior to the start of the school year.” Written proof of a negative TB screening/test, signed by a health care professional, as documentation must be turned in by 9/18/2018. Only a health care provider can determine whether your student needs the screening or the actual TB skin test or x-ray.
For your information: The Ashburn clinic of the Loudoun County Health Department provides tuberculosis screenings.
45201 Research Place
Ashburn, VA 20147
The Ashburn clinic provides tuberculosis screenings only, at a cost of $15.03 per TB risk assessment. There is an additional charge of $7.00 if a TB test is placed as a result of the findings of the assessment. A chest X-ray may also be required to rule out tuberculosis, which is available at a separate charge. Patients are seen for TB screenings on a walk-in basis each Tuesday afternoon from 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.