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Name of the Organization
New Haven Early Childhood Council
Contact Person
Pam Hansen
Contact phone
203-506-8374
E-mail
pamhansen11@gmail.com
Interest
Early Childhood
Description Interest
With the guidance of the recently published New Haven Early Childhood Plan, the New Haven Early Childhood Council works collaboratively with community-based organizations, early care providers, community leaders, NHPS, federal, state and local government, philanthropic organizations, health care providers and parents to ensure that every child in the City of New Haven has access to quality, affordable early care and education and arrives at kindergarten healthy, with the skills, knowledge, and support that prepare him or her to succeed.

New Haven Early Childhood Council Meeting Structure:

New Haven Early Childhood Council (NHECC)
Date: 1st Wednesday of the month (eg., Wednesday 9/2/09)
Time: 3:00 - 5:00
Location: LULAC Head Start, 250 Cedar Street
All are welcome!

NHECC/Family Engagement Committee
Meeting Date: 4th Wednesday of the month (eg. Wednesday 9/23/09)
Time: 9:00 - 10:30
Location: Early Childhood Resource Center/RM 15: 495 Blake Street
Focus: Informing organizations and parents about early care and education, improving access to early care and education, launching a targeted outreach and information campaign to increase participation in early care and education programs and services
All are welcome!

NHECC/Early Care and Education
Meeting Date: August 26, 2009
Time: 9:00 - 10:30
Location: Early Childhood Resource Center/RM 15: 495 Blake Street
Focus: Deliver high quality early care and education learning experiences at center-based and family child care programs.
All are welcome!


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The New Haven Early Childhood Plan

Posted on September 11, 2009 at 1:30pm 2 Comments

The New Haven Early Childhood Council released its Early Childhood Plan on a September 8, 2009 Press Event. The Plan focuses on three strategic areas, Early Care and Education, Family Engagement and Health. Please upload the Plan NHECC_final.pdf

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At 2:55pm on September 4, 2009, Wanda Malave said…
Hi Pam
I'm sorry I haven't been on lately trying to catch up with paper work. I think this networking is excellent.Please stay in touch
At 7:02am on August 19, 2009, Kathleen Hagearty said…
The day Roger came back I told all of them but it didn't take notice. I will remind them again. I am on vacation so I won't be able to attend the meeting. I will also remember to post. Thanks for your comment.
At 5:15pm on August 18, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Oh, and one more thing! Join the Early Childhood group and post the information above there too, as well as adding the meeting to the event calendar.

I can also add it for you, if you prefer. Thanks!
At 5:12pm on August 18, 2009, Roger Senserrich - CAHS said…
Welcome, Pam! I see you are already posting stuff :-). Could you write a blog post and attach the New Haven Early Childhood plan? Check the tutorial on my blog page!
 
 
 

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