Early Learning Division Child Care and Development Fund State Plan Public Hearing
February 18, 2016
Hearing begins at 6:00 p.m.
Public Service Building (East Entrance)
Basement – Studio A
255 Capitol St NE
Salem, OR 97310
The Preschool Promise report to the Legislature is out. Take a look to learn more about the implementation process for this program. Read more here.
Oregon Head Start Pre-Kindergarten (OPK) is receiving a portion of the funding designated for mixed-delivery beginning in the first year of the 2015-2017 biennium. This additional funding will be used to 1) cover the cost of maintaining current service levels following the 2014-15 OPK expansion, 2) provide all OPK programs with a 3% funding increase to support higher operating costs, and 3) immediately expand the number of children served in Head Start classrooms starting in September 2015.
The Early Learning Council will be hosting a Community Forum at the Northwest Regional ESD Service Center, 2515 Third Street, Tillamook, OR 97141 from 6:30-8:30 on July 22nd. Child care will be provided free of charge and a translator can be available if needed. Go to bit.ly/ELCJulyForum to register. Thank you!
Usted está invitado al foro comunitario que es organizado por el comité del aprendizaje temprano (The Early Learning Council).
Lugar: Northwest Regional ESD, Tillamook Service Center – 2515 Third Street, Tillamook, OR 97141
Dia: el miércoles, 22 de julio
Ofreceremos cuidado para sus niños y habrá un intérprete disponible si es necesario. Por favor confirme su asistencia con Rita Loop firstname.lastname@example.org y también para confirmar si necesita cuidado de niños o un intérprete de español/inglés. ¡Gracias!
Read the 2015 Early Learning Hub Report to the Legislature. The report includes lessons learned, highlights from Hubs, opportunities and challenges.
On January 29th, the Early Learning Council passed permanent rules related to the use of marijuana in child care facilities. As has been the case since the temporary rules passed in August, a licensed child care provider cannot be the holder of a registered Oregon Medical Marijuana Program card. These permanent rules clarify that the consumption of marijuana, medical or recreational, during child care hours or when child care children are present is prohibited.
Review the rule changes here.