Jefferson-Lewis Childcare Project invites you to participate in a discussion about child care in our community. What are we doing for parents and children? What is the availability and how are the options for families? What could we improve? Are there challenges?
We are pleased to welcome Addie Jenne and Mark Walczyk to the table, to share thoughts and ideas about this important issue. Child care is not only an education concern: it’s a workforce support. With economic growth comes the need to assess and improve our supply of high quality programs, so parents can get to work and children can be ready for success in school.
The discussion will be held on Tuesday, October 16 from 6:30-7:30 pm in the Starbuck Elementary School Cafeteria at 430 East Hoard Street in Watertown. Click here to download the flyer.
We welcome questions before the event. Please send them to Cathy Brodeur at firstname.lastname@example.org by October 15. There will be some opportunity in this session for questions and comments “from the floor” about your child care views and experience.
Please RSVP to JLCP@capcjc.org by October 15, so we can prepare. This is a wonderful opportunity to do some planning for the future of child care in our community with our next NY Assembly Representative, and to continue the effort toward great outcomes for children.