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Home Visits

One of the critical foundations of the program is the home visit which provides for a teacher's support of the family. Home visits are tailored to share current information and resources to support family involvement in their child/children's education. 
Children begin learning at birth. Our home visits offer these benefits:
  • MSD teachers and professional staff visit families statewide in their homes, providing individualized support.
  • Family and MSD team approach, which promotes each family's active participation in their child's development and fundamental early learning. 
  • Teachers work with families, modeling activities and approaches that support children's early acquisition of language, cognition development, and engagement in early learning and social experience.
  • Timely and critical start to the child's school readiness.
  • Sharing of information and resources on raising a deaf or hard of hearing child.
  • Guidance and support to help families develop and connect with networks of local resources.
COLUMBIA CAMPUS
 
Patricia Muldowney
Assistant Principal
patricia.muldowney@msd.edu
V: 410-696-3121
VP: 410-696-7436
 
Carrie Shortt
FEECD Secretary
carrie.shortt@msd.edu
V: 410-696-3042
VP: 410-696-7435
Fax: 410-696-3089
 
FREDERICK CAMPUS
 
Tara Duboski Finkle
Assistant Principal
tara.finkle@msd.edu
VP: 240-575-1035
 
Katelyn Jackson
FEECD Secretary
katelyn.jackson@msd.edu
VP: 240-575-2924
Fax: 301-360-1407