In the Clermont Northeastern school district there are 1950 students enrolled. Approximately 130 of those students are enrolled in the Early Childhood Education Center of C.N.E. Throughout the district 46% of the teachers have a Bachelor’s Degree, 53% have a Master’s and 1% have a Doctorate.
The principal of the ECE center is male, Mr. Wayne Johnson. Mr. Johnson is a jack of all traits, not only is he the principal for this center, he is also the Director of Special Education for the entire C.N.E. district, and in 1996 was the physical education teacher for my sixth grade year.
The secretary of this building is female, Sherri Herrmann. This is Mrs. Herrmann’s first year at Clermont Northeastern, however she does have experience working as a secretary for another school district.
The grade taught in the Early Childhood Education building is strictly kindergarten. The school’s buildings as well as grade levels have recently undergone a rearrangement. Due to the dramatic increase in enrollment when the school recently introduced open enrollment, the district was forced to expand.
The Early Childhood Education building employs five kindergarten teachers and one teacher aide. Each teacher has an average of 23-30 students in their class.
The students are assessed by progress reports, sent home with the child twice a year. Parents receive the first progress report half way through the school, and the second at the end of the school year. Receiving a progress report on your child however is not guaranteed. If you have not paid the sixty dollar supply fee, your child will not receive their progress report.
The Early Childhood Education building schools about 15-20 special needs children. The school includes most of it’s special needs children throughout the kindergarten classrooms; however in cases of severe retardation, or where the special needs child becomes a distraction for the other students in the room, these...