The Early Years Count!
An education initiative
of the Community Foundation
of St. Joseph County
Early Years Count!, coordinated by The Family Connection since 2001, focuses like a laser on raising quality in Head Start, early childhood centers, preschools, registered ministries, family home providers, and, most recently, SBCSC elementary schools.
Educadores o futuros educadores de la primera infancia.
Les hacemos una cordial invitación para que se registren a nuestra 3ra generación de HighScope en Español, que comenzará en Enero de 2023. ¡Nuestros espacios se están llenando rápidamente!
Para registrarse favor de comunicarse con Liliana Islas-Banuelos por email:
firstname.lastname@example.org, o por teléfono al:
Free Little Library
Have you visited Ann and Sue's Little library yet? It is tucked away just outside of the Notre Dame campus, at Kelly Park. Help us keep it stocked with books! We are collecting book donations, especially looking for children's books. Thank you.
A growing collection of useful links to state and local resources and like-minded national organizations.
We are always on the lookout for qualified candidates with early childhood and/or elementary school expertise.
Coming events and
other things we're
up to month-by-month.
in the mail every month for children
birth to five in St. Joseph County!!!
Thanks to the Community Foundation and a host of dedicated funders.
Information and registration here.
NEW HERE? WE CAN HELP!
DESIGNED TO HELP POSITION NEW HIRES FOR SUCCESS IN
NAVIGATING THE HIGHSCOPE CURRICULUM.
One day overview of strategies to put into place tomorrow for effective classroom organization, daily routine, and adult/child interactions with follow up coaching.
Tuesday January 10, 2023
Tuesday March 14, 2023
9:30 am-3:30 pm
Cost: Free! thanks to The Early Years Count Education Initiative funded by
The Community Foundation of St. Joseph County.
ONLINE REGISTRATION REQUIRED-
We stand in solidarity against injustice, racism, and hate. Our team shares in the collective outrage and heartbreak of our nation. We realize we have much to learn and unlearn. We are reading, watching, and listening. We are looking at ourselves as individuals and as an organization. We are learning to sit with discomfort. We are grateful for the grace offered by Maya Angelou who says, ‘Do the best you can until you know better. Then when you know better, do better.’ We are committed to doing better by ‘using our mouths to speak out against injustice, our noses to sniff out implicit bias, our eyes to identify privilege, our ears to listen to the people of color experience, our hearts to cultivate empathy for the oppressed, and our hands to take actions and make change.’ (@ohhappydani)
- The Family Connection Team
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132 N. Lafayette Blvd.
South Bend, IN 46601