“You’re going to have fun changing the way people think,” said Phil DeVol to an audience of 53 professionals representing organizations across the tri-county region. Co-author of “Bridges out of… Read More »Champions for Change: Ready to Change the Way We Think
Community Action’s Head Start Combination Option classroom in Carthage operates three days per week, with each enrolled child receiving a home visit from a teacher/family service worker once per month.… Read More »Head Start Offers Alternative Learning Schedule
Living in poverty is no easy trick. One must be masterful at juggling multiple challenges with limited resources. Juggling requires careful concentration; it requires living in the moment, leaving little… Read More »Getting Ahead: When Getting By is No Longer Enough
Eleven early childhood professionals recently completed a Child Development Associate (CDA) credential preparatory course offered by Jefferson-Lewis Childcare Project at Community Action Planning Council. This group attended weekly classes from… Read More »Early Childhood Professionals Complete Training Course
Child care providers do more than watch our children. They provide them with opportunities that support their development, create a love of learning, encourage creativity, and guide their ever growing curiosity. … Read More »Recognizing Child Care Providers in Preparation for Appreciation Day on May 11!