Even Start Family Literacy Partnerships for L.I.F.E.

The Even Start Family Literacy Partnerships for L.I.F.E. (Literacy is a Family Effort) is a collaboration between the Madison-Oneida BOCES and the Welcome Hall Community Center. Its target population is 50 families, including a minimum of 50 adults and approximately 80 to 100 children under the age of eight. The program serves the public school districts of Camden, Canastota, Hamilton, Madison, Morrisville-Eaton, Oneida, Stockbridge, Vernon-Verona-Sherrill, and Rome. It also serves two private schools.

Center-based services are provided at four sites, while flexible and accommodating home-based services are provided weekly for enrolled families. Twelve program staff, including a project coordinator and five full-time family educators, provide services. 

Many programs, including this one, administer mid-year evaluations of staff. This is an opportunity for staff and supervisors to reflect on staff performance (goals and growth), the focus of work, and the intended direction of services provided by staff. Listed below are a few questions the Even Start Family Literacy Partnerships for L.I.F.E. uses in its mid-year evaluation of staff.

1) Accomplishments (please describe):
2) New initiatives for region or self (also list what you have been working on that I might not know about):
3) Area(s) of growth since last year:
4) Area(s) you want to improve upon:
5) Your professional goals for 2003 - 2004 (to include degree attainment goals): 

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