Spotlight Film Festival at the Lincoln Theatre Child Care Aware of Northwest Washington is thrilled to participate in the Spotlight Film Festival 2019, located at the Lincoln Theatre in Mt. Vernon. Child care providers who register in advance for Won’t You Be Neighbor and/or Including Samuel will earn two free STARS hours in recognition and honor […]
Arts-Infused Literacy and Math The annual Rejuvenate Conference, sponsored by the Pacific Northwest Chapter of WAEYC, takes place Saturday, April 27. Learn fresh and innovative techniques for integrating math and literacy into arts experiences. The conference is geared to teachers of preschool, kindergarten and first grade students. Saturday, April 27, 2019 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 […]
Demand solutions for affordable child care. Are you a parent, child care provider, or other advocate with a powerful story about infant and toddler care access? Many of us are well aware about the challenges of finding, keeping, and affording quality child care but may feel unsure about what to do about it. Strolling Thunder presents […]
We loved reconnecting with you all at the Focus on Children conference at Bellingham Technical College. This year’s conference was another great opportunity for child care providers and early learning professionals to network and share experiences. The keynote speaker, Laura Porter, provided an informative overview of the Adverse Childhood Experiences and Resilience (ACES) data. We appreciated […]
Our friends at Sno-Isle Libraries are hosting free STARS trainings from Lynnwood to Coupeville. Learn more and register at sno-isle.org/kids/stars.
Advocate for Early Learning. Washington’s child care system is in crisis. There is not enough high-quality care available to meet demand. Care that is available is often so expensive it is out of reach for many working families. Kids are arriving at kindergarten unprepared for school. Providers often earn so little they rely on public […]