Click here for the Directory of Kansas Parents as Teachers programs to find contact information for a program in your community.
The Parents as Teachers® (PAT) evidence-based affiliate model provides parents with the skills and knowledge they need to help make informed decisions regarding their child’s education. The program includes personal visits, group connections, health, vision, hearing and developmental screenings, and supports family connections with other community services. Additional information about the Parents as Teachers program is available on the PAT National website: www.parentsasteachers.org.
KSDE serves as the Parents as Teachers® State Office and supports local programs with implementing the Parents as Teachers affiliate model. The KPAT program is available to any parent, including fathers, relatives as caregivers, and foster and adoptive parents, who has a child under the age of kindergarten entry and lives within a participating school district.
Kansas Parents as Teachers partners with other home visiting and early childhood programs to promote access to high quality services for children and families in their communities. Visit kshomevisiting.org for more information about home visiting in Kansas.
This annual meeting is an opportunity for Parents as Teachers Coordinators, Lead Educators, and Administrators to convene for networking, learning, and providing feedback. The Kansas State Department of Education collaborates with local Kansas PAT program personnel to develop a relevant agenda. PAT leaders from across Kansas lead sessions on a variety of topics and KSDE provides a focused session for new administrators. Participation at this meeting is voluntary.
Foundations for School Success presentation
Focused Session: Information for New Coordinators
KIDS Collection and KPAT
Parents as Teachers Affiliation Letter (PDF)
Parents as Teachers Pricing Sheet 2018 (external PDF)
Parents as Teachers Assurances (PDF)
Application Packet For Kansas Parents As Teachers Program Prenatal To 72 Months
Kansas Parents as Teachers (Kansas PAT) SY2019-2020 Grant Requirements, Assurances, and Application (PDF)
KPAT Quality Improvement Grant Application 2019.docx (Application submission closed on Friday, September, 13th 2019)
KPAT Quality Improvement Grants Awarded
2017-2018 Parents as Teachers APR (PDF)
2016-2017 Parents as Teachers APR (PDF)
2015-2016 Parents as Teachers APR (PDF)
2014-2015 Parents as Teachers Evaluation Report (PDF)
2014-2015 Parents as Teachers APR (PDF)
2013-2014 Parents as Teachers APR (PDF)
Foundations for School Success is a web-based application used to collect early childhood data.
Login to KSDE Authenticated Applications: https://apps.ksde.org/authentication/login.aspx
This webinar will lead data entry personnel through adding necessary data fields in the Early Childhood Foundations for School Success authenticated application, otherwise known as FSS. Data entry in FSS is required for Kansas Parents as Teachers programs. Foundations for School Success Training May 2019
Foundations for School Success Step by Step Guide (PDF)2013-2014 Foundations for School Success User's Guide (updated 8/2018) (PDF) KIDS and Foundations for School Success (PDF)
Vision-Hearing Screen (PDF)ASQ-3 Screening Summary (PDF)ASQ:SE Screening Summary (PDF)
SurveysTransition Survey (PDF)Classroom Practices Survey (PDF)Child Survey (PDF)Family Survey (PDF)Educator Survey (PDF)Protective Factors Survey English / Spanish (PDF)
Early Childhood Home Page
(General information, Webinars)
Early Childhood Director
Early Childhood / Kansas Parents as Teachers Consultant
Early Childhood Special Education Consultant
Kindergarten Readiness Coordinator
Kansas Coordinating Council on Early Childhood Developmental Services
(SICC – State Interagency Coordinating Council)
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2019-20 Kansas PAT Directory (pdf)
KSDE Early Childhood Team Fact Sheet (PDF) updated 2019
Kindergarten Readiness Snapshot Fact Sheet (PDF) updated 2019
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