Jessica Oliver

Early Childhood  ·  Ms. Jess

Room
622 AM

Phone
402-436-1129

Email
joliver2@lps.org

Jessica Oliver

Early Childhood  ·  Ms. Jess

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Classroom Information
About Me

 Welcome to the Lincoln Public Schools Preschool Program!  

Lincoln Public Schools Preschool Program offers many different learning opportunities. In inclusive classroom settings each class provides active learning, adult-child interactions, a safe and engaging learning environment, daily routines and child assessment. Each child learns through a variety of developmentally appropriate activities in the classroom and during home visits.



Schedules

Arrival: 8:30

Opening: 8:35

Breakfast: 8:45

Second Step: 9:05

Small Group: 9:10

Outside/Gross Motor: 9:25

Large Group: 9:55

Choice Time: 10:10

Read Aloud: 11:20

Lunch: 11:30

Round up: 11:50

Dismissal: 12:00

 

PLEASE NOTE:

On PLC Days Early Childhood classrooms are not in session, PLC days are:

August 28, 2018

 

September 25, 2018

 

October 30, 2018

 

November 27, 2018

 

December 18, 2018

 

January 29, 2019

 

February 26, 2019

 

March 26, 2019

 

April 30, 2019


Position: Family Educator


Personal Introduction:

Hello! My name is Jessica Oliver (Ms. Jess) and I am excited to be in my fourth year of teaching preschool at Campbell Elementary! I teach in the mornings and I believe that children excel when the family and school work together to create great opportunities for them.


Professional Experience:

I graduated from University of Nebraska - Lincoln with my Bachelor's of Science in Inclusive Early Childhood Education.


Professional Experience

A note on Creative Curriculum:

 

 Creative Curriculum® for Preschool is a comprehensive, research-based curriculum that features exploration and discovery as a way of learning.  Creative Curriculum for Preschool is based on five fundamental principles:

  • Positive interactions and relationships with adults provide a critical foundation for successful learning.   

  • Social–emotional competence is a significant factor in school success.

  • Constructive, purposeful play supports essential learning.  

  • The physical environment affects the type and quality of learning interactions.

  • Teacher–family partnerships promote development and learning.

Second Step is the Social Emotional Learning Curriculum. This curriculum helps preschoolers:

  • Learn social skills

  • Build friendships

  • Develop problem solving abilities

  • Foster independence and self-control


The Early Childhood Pyramid Model provides a framework of evidence-based practices that
promote young children's social emotional competence, and prevent and
address challenging behaviors.  The three tiers of the Pyramid Model include: high quality learning environments that have positive behavior expectations and predictable routines; the intentional teaching of social-emotional strategies; and individualized interventions for children who need a positive behavior support plan.