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Employment Opportunity for a Registered Nurse

Employment Opportunity for a Registered Nurse

June 28, 2018

2018 CCC Child Care Health Consultant

We have a job opening for an RN Child Care Health Consultant. Please see our posting for details. RN Child Care Health Consultant

 

Nominations Now Being Accepted for Start Bright Impact Awards

April 16, 2018

To recognize the critical role of high-quality child care, Child Care Council, Inc. will present its annual Start Bright Impact Awards to honor outstanding family/group family providers, legally exempt providers, child-care center and school-age program staff. Nominations can come from a parent, a child, or from another child care provider or staff member.

The awards will be given out at our Start Bright Gala on October 17, 2018. Nominate a child care provider using the form below or download a copy here.

Nominations must be received by August 31, 2018.

You Can Support the Work of Your Child Care Council through AmazonSmile

October 26, 2017

AmazonSmile

When you make purchases at AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible items to Child Care Council. Simply select Child Care Council, Inc. as your designated charity.

Be sure to bookmark smile.amazon.com on your computer, tablet, or smartphone for future purchases. Your AmazonSmile purchases will help benefit the Council’s work to support child care in our community.

Please note: AmazonSmile purchases are not available on the main Amazon site – you must visit smile.amazon.com. Eligible products are marked “Eligible for AmazonSmile donation” on their product detail pages.

LG 55-inch Smart TV Raffle

July 26, 2017

LG 55-inch Smart TV

You Can Win This Big-Screen TV!

What: Child Care Council is raffling off an LG 55-inch Smart TV.

Cost: $5 per ticket (cash or check only).

Tickets: Available at all three Council locations in Monroe, Livingston and Wayne counties.

Drawing: The winning ticket to be drawn at the Council’s Start Bright Gala, Oct. 18, 2017 at Locust Hill Country Club (you do not need to attend the gala to win)

Donated by: Cook Communications LLC

Proceeds to benefit Child Care Council’s Start Bright Scholarship Program.

Screening Children Early for Developmental Challenges

June 12, 2017

GROW-Rochester will provide free training for child care and family child care on the implementation of early childhood screening, which will look at developmental milestones and physical well-being including vision, hearing, and dental. All training and screening completed will be at no cost to providers and families.

Learn more by visiting this website- https://www.childrensinstitute.net/programs/grow-rochester

Summer Meals for Kids Program

Each summer, the City of Rochester in partnership with the Rochester City School District and Food Link provide free breakfast and lunch to city youth 18 years and under through the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s  Summer Food Service Program. Meals are at many city sites, Monday through Friday, June 27 to August 26, except July 3. Sites include community agencies, schools, churches and the Recreation Centers.

Breakfast is served at 8:30 – 9:30 a.m., Lunch at 12:00-1:00 p.m.
For more information call 428-7872. You will find sample menus and a list of locations at http://www.summermealsroc.org/

 

 

Start Bright Gala

February 22, 2017

Please join Child Care Council at the 45th Anniversary Start Bright Gala, which celebrates the importance of early education and high-quality child care in ensuring children get a bright start to their future.

  • The Council will recognize excellence in child care and early education with its Start Bright Impact Awards
  • The fun includes a silent auction, raffles, a magician, games, music, and more
  • Black tie optional

Date:
October 17, 2018

Time:
6:00 to 9:00 p.m. (Dinner at 7:00 p.m.)

New Location:
Locust Hill Country Club
2000 Jefferson Road, Pittsford, NY 14534

Register Online Today »

December 2014 Caring Matters

November 17, 2014

CM December 2014

Active Play Workshop

November 2, 2014

Learn fun, inclusive, developmentally appropriate physical activities that use inexpensive equipment, small spaces, and work well in homes, child care centers and preschool classrooms. View videos of 2-5 year olds engaged in these fun activities and try a few, too!

Childhood Obesity is the Most Prevalent Health Concern Facing Children Under 5 in NY State. We can make a difference as children develop habits in their first 5 years of life by adding active play to the day. The 3-hour session will be offered by;

Diane Craft  & Patty Persell

Diane H. Craft, Ph.D., is a professor of physical education at SUNY Cortland.  She has co-authored four books on developmentally appropriate, inclusive physical activity for young children including Active Play! Fun Physical Activities for Young Children.

Patty Persell is the New York State Head Start Collaboration Director and is working to help eliminate early childhood obesity in the state.

One day and one evening session will be offered.

August 4, 6-9pm & August 5, 9am-12pm.

The fee is $5 per session, deadline is 7/21 or when the room is full!

Who should attend:  Family child care providers, home visitors, UPK, child care, Head Start, nursery school teachers, and administrators.

View the flyer: Active Play Workshop

Print and mail in Registration Form:  Active Play Registration Form

Or contact Linda Stilson at (585) 654-4794.

New Family and Group Family Child Care Regulations Released – Effective May 1, 2014

May 1, 2014

The revised family day care and group family day care regulations (Parts 413, 416 and 417) have been adopted and will go into effect on May 1, 2014.   This six-month lag period is built into the process to allow providers the time they need to become familiar with and come into compliance with the changes made to these regulations.

The revised regulations offer improved health and safety standards as well as increased clarity and organization.  OCFS is prepared to work together with our committed child care providers toward the increased safety and health of New York’s children.

OCFS has scheduled a statewide child care provider video conference on November 14, 2013 to introduce the changes and other learning opportunities will follow.  Licensors and registrars will also be available to provide technical assistance as needed.

Click here to read the new regulations.

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