It’s almost #FreeFood Friday when the PAL Community Service Club hosts their FOR TEENS, BY TEENS food pantry! Any Fairfield, Suisun, or Travis teen may visit this Friday and select from items like mac & cheese, cereals, peanut butter, ravioli, soups, canned fruit and more! (Click on the image to view)
Milestones matter! Track your child’s milestones from age 2 months to 5 years with CDC’s easy-to-use illustrated checklists; get tips from CDC for encouraging your child’s development; and find out what to do if you are ever concerned about how your child is developing.
From birth to age 5, your child should reach milestones in how he or she plays, learns, speaks, acts, and moves. Photos and videos in this app illustrate each milestone and make tracking them for your child easy and fun!
The use of this app is not a substitute for the use of validated, standardized developmental screening tools as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics.
**Click this link for the Health and Safety Reimbursement Application 2018-19
We’re Making the Transition!
Very soon, whenever you sign up for any of our workshops, you will be directed to the California ECE Workforce Registry. Wondering why? To widen your choices in workshops and to store all of your training in one place. Watch the video for a full explanation.
For more information on what Help Me Grow has to offer, visit: Help Me Grow
If you are a Licensed Child Care Provider, or are TrustLine and caring for children in your own home, you are eligible! For more information about how you can participate, call (707) 863-3950, ext 131.
Quality Rating and Improvement Systems are used across the country to improve and support the quality of early care and education programs, including family child care homes and all forms of private and public licensed and license-exempt child care settings with children ages 0-5. Studies show that when children receive high quality care and education during their early years of life, they are better prepared for school, better readers, and are more likely to graduate high school. These outcomes benefit every child and family in the community.
The primary goal of the Solano QRIS is to improve the quality of early care and education so that more children with high needs have access to quality programs. The Solano QRIS enables early care and education providers to assess, improve and communicate the level of quality in their programs. The Solano QRIS aims to improve outcomes for children who attend child care throughout Solano County.
For more information click on this link: Solano County QRIS
Here’s where you will find all of the latest news from Community Care Licensing,
including information on:
Immunizations and Cited Deficiencies
Health and Nutrition
Required Licensing Forms
Community Care Licensing Quarterly Updates: Winter 2019