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OPPORTUNITIES in VT's Early Childhood

*Oral Health and Poverty: A Perfect Smile Comes at a Cost Why This Matters
See Link for additional information:
ilikemyteeth.org/a-perfect-smile-comes-at-a-cost-how-poverty-and-food-insecurity-cement-dispariti...

*Autism Interventionist Wanted
AUTISM INTERVENTIONIST, 37.5 hours/week. The Vermont Family Network is looking for a team player to provide specialized instruction directly with young children under the age of three with a diagnosis of autism and their families in homes and childcare settings.
Resume and cover letter to HR@VTFN.org or
VFN, 600 Blair Park Rd., Suite 240, Williston, VT 05495.

*Sunrise Family Resource Center seeks Executive Director
For more information, please click here: www.sunrisefamilyresourcecenter.com/job-postings.html. If interested, please send your resume or curriculum vitae to:
Anne Mook,
106 Park Street, Unit 6,
Bennington, Vt 05201,
Attn: Sunrise Family Resource Center, Inc. Executive Director Search Committee.
Or, e-mail your resume or curriculum vitae to:amook@sunrisepcc.com
Please submit your resume or curriculum vitae no later than October 9, 2015

*Read ACF The Family Room Blog here<http://www.acf.hhs.gov/blog/2015/08/one-year-in-the-life-of-the-early-head-start-child-care-partnerships-program>.

*The Vermont Commission on Women and Main Street Alliance of Vermont Announce Series of Paid Family and Medical Leave Forums
Vermont Commission on Women (VCW) and Main Street Alliance of Vermont will host a series of free community forums across the state this fall focusing on long-term paid family and medical leave.
For more information or to RSVP for an event, please contact Ashley Moore.

*VAEYC seeks executive director, part time. For more information please see the job description on our website, www.vaeyc.org.
Send resume to Sharon Adams at sadams@donahue.umassp.edu.

*Read The Family Room Blog at www.acf.hhs.gov/blog/2015/08/supporting-young-children-and-families-in-american-indian-communitie..., the TELI is also one of our White House Rural Council's<https://www.whitehouse.gov/administration/eop/rural-council> Rural Impact<https://www.whitehouse.gov/blog/2015/04/13/opportunity-all-white-house-rural-council-launches-rural-impact-effort-help-rural-ch> strategies to address child poverty, including child poverty in tribal communities. Through Rural Impact, the Obama Administration is working across agencies and with nonprofit and private sector partners to better serve rural and tribal kids and families.

*Position Open in Swanton for an Early Childhood Special Educator and Co-Teacher
Applicants should submit a letter of interest, an up-to-date resume, a copy of their current teaching license and three written references with telephone numbers through school spring or to the Franklin County Early Childhood Programs, Attn: Michelle Spence, 100 Robin Hood Lane, Swanton, Vermont 05488.

*Attend a Discussion on Building a Moral Economy
Mark your calendar to attend a public discussion co-sponsored by the Public Assets Institute and Vermont Interfaith Action about how Vermont can build a moral economy that provides opportunity for all Vermonters to succeed. Each session will include snacks, a presentation and conversation, as well as ideas about how you can get involved. For more information, contact Debbie Ingram, Vermont Interfaith Action Executive Director, at debbie@viavt.org or 802-310-4625.

*Provisional Licensure Available - Application Available
The Vermont Agency of Education (AOE) and community partners at Vermont Birth to Five have developed a process for early childhood professionals in programs otherwise meeting the Act 166 prequalification criteria to apply to be accepted as one of 50 individuals to be awarded Early Childhood Provisional licensure and provided mentoring support to attain a VT Level 1 teaching license with ECE or ECSE endorsement.
Click here for more details on the Act 166 webpage and to apply for the 2015/16 school year by Monday, August 24th.

*2016 Legislative Agenda Requests for Consideration – Application Available
The Alliance's Legislative Agenda is crafted annually in partnership with early childhood organizations that are advancing policy solutions through the legislative process. Click here to propose an issue for possible inclusion in the 2016 Legislative Agenda or to review the timeline, prioritization tiers and scoring system. Submissions are due by 4:30 pm on Tuesday, September 29th.

*Submit Comments on Proposed Child Care Licensing Regulations
Public comment on two sets of proposed child care licensing regulations is now open through September 28th. Download the proposed regulations by clicking on the following links.
• Registered and Licensed Family Child Care Homes
• Center Based Child Care and Preschool Programs
There are three ways to submit comments on the proposed regulations.
1. Use online the survey link for Homes or Programs (corresponding to the above sets of regulations).
2. Attend a public hearing at a Vermont Interactive Technologies site across the state on September 14th from 9:00 to 11:00 am or September 21st from 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
3. Mail written comments to: Proposed Child Care Regulations Comments, Child Development Division, 103 South Main Street, 3 North, Waterbury, VT 05671-5500

*Celebrate and Nominate Early Childhood Superheroes
We know there are more Superheroes out there -- nominate someone today! Click here for a nomination form. Please share your personal story about how someone you know positively impacted the early childhood experiences of those in our community.

*Early Education Services in Brattleboro is seeking an Early Head Start Home Visitor
Please submit resume and three references to:Carol Castine, Family Services Manager
Early Education Services
130 Birge Street
Brattleboro, VT 05301
Or you may submit your resume via email: ccastine@wsesu.org

*Vermont State Baby Facts from Zero to Three
Please click here to read the latest facts and statistics about Vermont’s babies.
2015 Vermont Babies

*Now on Brattleboro’s Public Access station: Family Matters!
Now on Brattleboro’s Public Access station: Family Matters! A Winston Prouty talk show on Brattleboro Community Television with topics of interest for families with young children. Episodes 1 and 2 available now.

*Wanted by the Family Center of Washington County CIS – Early Interventionist
For more information visit us at www.fcwcvt.org. If interested, please email resume, cover letter, and three references to: Lisa Miserendino at jobs@fcwcvt.org
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Explore State Lands

Aug 29

Explore state lands around Marton Rd in Windsor (a.k.a. the prison property).  Heard about this place but aren’t sure where you can walk? Our trek includes wildlife, orchards, a pond, and even a brief lesson in navigational skills.

Directions:  West on State Street for 0.6 miles, State Street becomes Hunt Road – follow for 1.5 miles, turn right onto Marton Road and travel 1.2 miles, park by red pump house on right.  Need a ride?  Please register at the library by calling 674-2556.

Wilder Memorial Story and Craft Time

Aug 29

Take your children to a fun story hour every Saturday at the Wilder Memorial Library! There are stories and crafts. Call (802) 824-4307 for more information

Hartford Area Playgroup (Birth to 5yrs)

Aug 31

Playgroups are FREE and open to all parents and caregivers with children ages birth to five (unless otherwise noted). Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Please be aware that Playgroups do not meet if the Hartford School District is closed due to inclement weather.

For questions about playgroup, contact The Family Place Parent Child Center ( 802)649-3268  or Toll Free 1-800-639-0039

West Fairlee Playgroup

Aug 31

We facilitate free, weekly playgroups for families and caregivers with children birth to age five and provide large and small motor activities, crafts, stories, and manipulatives as well as a snack. Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Playgroups that are held in schools ARE NOT held when school is not in session.

For more information or directions, please call Orange County Parent Child Center (802) 685-2264 Toll Free: (888) 685-2264

Bradford Playgroup

Sep 1

We facilitate free, weekly playgroups for families and caregivers with children birth to age five and provide large and small motor activities, crafts, stories, and manipulatives as well as a snack. Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Playgroups that are held in schools ARE NOT held when school is not in session.

For more information and directions call the Orange County Parent Child Center for more information or directions at (802) 685-2264 Toll Free: (888) 685-2264.

 

Saxtons River Playgroup

Sep 1

Come on over for crafts, activities and to play! Check out this Facebook page to learn more including a bus ride to the play group! Call Molly 802-376-6204 with any questions.

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Regional Council Meeting

Sep 7

Dates are subject to change, please contact our Regional Coordinator at scorriveau@buildingbrightfutures.org for more information.

Regional Council Meeting

Oct 5

Dates are subject to change, please contact our Regional Coordinator at scorriveau@buildingbrightfutures.org for more information.

Regional Council Meeting

Nov 2

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Baby Chat in Morrisville - free!

Sep 3

A playgroup for the youngest members of our community and their parents; come play, socialize and make new friends while learning about developmental expectations and needs for your child. A local specialist in child health will be available at the groups as a resource. The groups are free and no registration is required – just attend any or all of the groups listed:

  • 1st Thursday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Playroom, 30 Fairgrounds Plaza, in Lamoille Valley
  • 2nd Saturday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Lamoille Family Center in Lamoille Valley
  • 4th Tuesday of each month @ 10 – 11:30 am @ the Church of the Nazarene in Johnson

Baby Chat at the Family Center - free!

Sep 12

A playgroup for the youngest members of our community and their parents; come play, socialize and make new friends while learning about developmental expectations and needs for your child. A local specialist in child health will be available at the groups as a resource. The groups are free and no registration is required – just attend any or all of the groups listed:

  • 1st Thursday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Playroom, 30 Fairgrounds Plaza, in Lamoille Valley
  • 2nd Saturday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Lamoille Family Center in Lamoille Valley
  • 4th Tuesday of each month @ 10 – 11:30 am @ the Church of the Nazarene in Johnson

Baby Chat in Morrisville - free!

Oct 1

A playgroup for the youngest members of our community and their parents; come play, socialize and make new friends while learning about developmental expectations and needs for your child. A local specialist in child health will be available at the groups as a resource. The groups are free and no registration is required – just attend any or all of the groups listed:

  • 1st Thursday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Playroom, 30 Fairgrounds Plaza, in Lamoille Valley
  • 2nd Saturday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Lamoille Family Center in Lamoille Valley
  • 4th Tuesday of each month @ 10 – 11:30 am @ the Church of the Nazarene in Johnson

Baby Chat at the Family Center - free!

Oct 10

A playgroup for the youngest members of our community and their parents; come play, socialize and make new friends while learning about developmental expectations and needs for your child. A local specialist in child health will be available at the groups as a resource. The groups are free and no registration is required – just attend any or all of the groups listed:

  • 1st Thursday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Playroom, 30 Fairgrounds Plaza, in Lamoille Valley
  • 2nd Saturday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Lamoille Family Center in Lamoille Valley
  • 4th Tuesday of each month @ 10 – 11:30 am @ the Church of the Nazarene in Johnson

Baby Chat in Morrisville - free!

Nov 5

A playgroup for the youngest members of our community and their parents; come play, socialize and make new friends while learning about developmental expectations and needs for your child. A local specialist in child health will be available at the groups as a resource. The groups are free and no registration is required – just attend any or all of the groups listed:

  • 1st Thursday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Playroom, 30 Fairgrounds Plaza, in Lamoille Valley
  • 2nd Saturday of each month @ 10 –11:30 am @ the Lamoille Family Center in Lamoille Valley
  • 4th Tuesday of each month @ 10 – 11:30 am @ the Church of the Nazarene in Johnson

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Introduction to TS Gold

Sep 12

This two -part training provides a thorough introduction to TS Gold.

Sept. 12- Part 1

Sept. 26-Part 2

8:30-3:30 at Counseling Service of Adison County (Catamount Park, Middlebury)

Click here to register.

Trainer: Linda January

Introduction to TS Gold Part 2

Sep 26

This two -part training provides a thorough introduction to TS Gold.

Sept. 12- Part 1

Sept. 26-Part 2

8:30-3:30 at Counseling Service of Adison County (Catamount Park, Middlebury)

Click here to register.

Trainer: Linda January

TS Gold Step 2 Training

Oct 10

TS Gold: Step 2:  Analyze and Respond

Click here to register.

8:30-3:30

Trainer: Linda January

TS Gold: Step 3: Evaluate

Oct 24

TS Gold Step 3: Evaluate

8:30-3:30

Trainer: Linda January

Click here to register.

TS Gold: Step 4: Summarizing Assessment Information, Using It to Plan, and Sharing It With Others

Nov 7

TS Gold: Step 4: Summarizing Assessment Information, Using It to Plan, and Sharing It With Others

8:30-3:30

Trainer: Linda January

 

Click here to register.

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CVBBF Regional Council Meeting

Sep 11

The Central Vermont Building Bright Futures Council meets once per month from September through June of each year. Each council meeting includes presentations about events, organizations or activities that are relevant to the world of early childhood and includes opportunities for networking and connection. Council meetings are free and open to the public — please email Becky at braymond@buildingbrightfutures.org to RSVP so we have enough materials for all participants.

CVBBF Regional Council Meeting

Oct 9

The Central Vermont Building Bright Futures Council meets once per month from September through June of each year. Each council meeting includes presentations about events, organizations or activities that are relevant to the world of early childhood and includes opportunities for networking and connection. Council meetings are free and open to the public — please email Becky at braymond@buildingbrightfutures.org to RSVP so we have enough materials for all participants.

CVBBF Regional Council Meeting

Nov 13

The Central Vermont Building Bright Futures Council meets once per month from September through June of each year. Each council meeting includes presentations about events, organizations or activities that are relevant to the world of early childhood and includes opportunities for networking and connection. Council meetings are free and open to the public — please email Becky at braymond@buildingbrightfutures.org to RSVP so we have enough materials for all participants.

CVBBF Regional Council Meeting

Dec 11

The Central Vermont Building Bright Futures Council meets once per month from September through June of each year. Each council meeting includes presentations about events, organizations or activities that are relevant to the world of early childhood and includes opportunities for networking and connection. Council meetings are free and open to the public — please email Becky at braymond@buildingbrightfutures.org to RSVP so we have enough materials for all participants.

CVBBF Regional Council Meeting

Jan 8

The Central Vermont Building Bright Futures Council meets once per month from September through June of each year. Each council meeting includes presentations about events, organizations or activities that are relevant to the world of early childhood and includes opportunities for networking and connection. Council meetings are free and open to the public — please email Becky at braymond@buildingbrightfutures.org to RSVP so we have enough materials for all participants.

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Hartford Area Playgroup (Birth to 5yrs)

Aug 31

Playgroups are FREE and open to all parents and caregivers with children ages birth to five (unless otherwise noted). Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Please be aware that Playgroups do not meet if the Hartford School District is closed due to inclement weather.

For questions about playgroup, contact The Family Place Parent Child Center ( 802)649-3268  or Toll Free 1-800-639-0039

West Fairlee Playgroup

Aug 31

We facilitate free, weekly playgroups for families and caregivers with children birth to age five and provide large and small motor activities, crafts, stories, and manipulatives as well as a snack. Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Playgroups that are held in schools ARE NOT held when school is not in session.

For more information or directions, please call Orange County Parent Child Center (802) 685-2264 Toll Free: (888) 685-2264

Bradford Playgroup

Sep 1

We facilitate free, weekly playgroups for families and caregivers with children birth to age five and provide large and small motor activities, crafts, stories, and manipulatives as well as a snack. Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Playgroups that are held in schools ARE NOT held when school is not in session.

For more information and directions call the Orange County Parent Child Center for more information or directions at (802) 685-2264 Toll Free: (888) 685-2264.

 

Brookfield Playgroup

Sep 1

We facilitate free, weekly playgroups for families and caregivers with children birth to age five and provide large and small motor activities, crafts, stories, and manipulatives as well as a snack. Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Playgroups that are held in schools ARE NOT held when school is not in session.

For more information or directions, please contact Orange County Parent Child Center (802) 685-2264 Toll Free: (888) 685-2264

 

Babies and Toddlers Playgroup

Sep 1

Playgroups are FREE and open to all parents and caregivers with children ages birth to 2yrs. Playgroups are a great way for connect with other families, find out about other resources in the area, and begin conversations about child development and parenting.

Please be aware that Playgroups do not meet if the Hartford School District is closed due to inclement weather.

For questions about our playgroup, contact The Family Place Parent Child Center, 802-649-3268 or Toll Free 1-800-639-0039.

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Mount Holly Playgroup

Sep 1

Location: MT. Holly Library

Dates and Time: Tuesdays-10:00am-11:30am

Playgroups are an informal gathering of families who share the common thread of wanting a supportive experience for their child. Children have the opportunity to hear stories, read, and “play” using story boxes. They socialize and learn with other children while listening to songs, dancing, playing with educational toys and participating in creative projects.

Parents and other care givers can make new friends, reduce isolation, share joys concerns, ideas, and experiences as well as learn from other parents.

Children gain a variety of valuable skills through playgroups that include social and emotional (how to play and interact with other children and adults), physical (improving the fine motor control through arts  and craft activities). Movement and dance improves health and large motor control. Cognitive (discover more about their world, problem solving, improve reading and writing readiness through creative play and literary activities.

The Rutland County Playgroups are coordinated and facilitated by Lynn Gould of the Rutland County Parent Child Center

 

Castleton Playgroup

Sep 2

Date and Time: Wednesdays, 10:00am-11:30am

Playgroups are an informal gathering of families who share the common thread of wanting a supportive experience for their child. Children have the opportunity to hear stories, read, and “play” using story boxes. They socialize and learn with other children while listening to songs, dancing, playing with educational toys and participating in creative projects.

Parents and other care givers can make new friends, reduce isolation, share joys concerns, ideas, and experiences as well as learn from other parents.

Children gain a variety of valuable skills through playgroups that include social and emotional (how to play and interact with other children and adults), physical (improving the fine motor control through arts  and craft activities). Movement and dance improves health and large motor control. Cognitive (discover more about their world, problem solving, improve reading and writing readiness through creative play and literary activities.

The Rutland County Playgroups are coordinated and facilitated by Lynn Gould of the Rutland County Parent Child Center.

Pittsford Playgroup

Sep 3

Date and Time:  Thursdays from 10:00am-11:30am, MacClure Library

Playgroups are an informal gathering of families who share the common thread of wanting a supportive experience for their child. Children have the opportunity to hear stories, read, and “play” using story boxes. They socialize and learn with other children while listening to songs, dancing, playing with educational toys and participating in creative projects.

Parents and other care givers can make new friends, reduce isolation, share joys concerns, ideas, and experiences as well as learn from other parents.

Children gain a variety of valuable skills through playgroups that include social and emotional (how to play and interact with other children and adults), physical (improving the fine motor control through arts  and craft activities). Movement and dance improves health and large motor control. Cognitive (discover more about their world, problem solving, improve reading and writing readiness through creative play and literary activities.

The Rutland County Playgroups are coordinated and facilitated by Lynn Gould of the Rutland County Parent Child Center.

Rutland City Playgroup

Sep 4

Date and Time: Fridays from 9:30am-11:00am, Rutland Free Library

Playgroups are an informal gathering of families who share the common thread of wanting a supportive experience for their child. Children have the opportunity to hear stories, read, and “play” using story boxes. They socialize and learn with other children while listening to songs, dancing, playing with educational toys and participating in creative projects.

Parents and other care givers can make new friends, reduce isolation, share joys concerns, ideas, and experiences as well as learn from other parents.

Children gain a variety of valuable skills through playgroups that include social and emotional (how to play and interact with other children and adults), physical (improving the fine motor control through arts  and craft activities). Movement and dance improves health and large motor control. Cognitive (discover more about their world, problem solving, improve reading and writing readiness through creative play and literary activities.

The Rutland County Playgroups are coordinated and facilitated by Lynn Gould of the Rutland County Parent Child Center.

Mount Holly Playgroup

Sep 8

Location: MT. Holly Library

Dates and Time: Tuesdays-10:00am-11:30am

Playgroups are an informal gathering of families who share the common thread of wanting a supportive experience for their child. Children have the opportunity to hear stories, read, and “play” using story boxes. They socialize and learn with other children while listening to songs, dancing, playing with educational toys and participating in creative projects.

Parents and other care givers can make new friends, reduce isolation, share joys concerns, ideas, and experiences as well as learn from other parents.

Children gain a variety of valuable skills through playgroups that include social and emotional (how to play and interact with other children and adults), physical (improving the fine motor control through arts  and craft activities). Movement and dance improves health and large motor control. Cognitive (discover more about their world, problem solving, improve reading and writing readiness through creative play and literary activities.

The Rutland County Playgroups are coordinated and facilitated by Lynn Gould of the Rutland County Parent Child Center

 

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Explore State Lands

Aug 29

Explore state lands around Marton Rd in Windsor (a.k.a. the prison property).  Heard about this place but aren’t sure where you can walk? Our trek includes wildlife, orchards, a pond, and even a brief lesson in navigational skills.

Directions:  West on State Street for 0.6 miles, State Street becomes Hunt Road – follow for 1.5 miles, turn right onto Marton Road and travel 1.2 miles, park by red pump house on right.  Need a ride?  Please register at the library by calling 674-2556.

Wilder Memorial Story and Craft Time

Aug 29

Take your children to a fun story hour every Saturday at the Wilder Memorial Library! There are stories and crafts. Call (802) 824-4307 for more information

Saxtons River Playgroup

Sep 1

Come on over for crafts, activities and to play! Check out this Facebook page to learn more including a bus ride to the play group! Call Molly 802-376-6204 with any questions.

Bellows Falls Play Group

Sep 2

Come join the fun! Healthy snack served. Check out this Facebook page to learn more including a bus ride to the play group! Call Molly 802-376-6204 with any questions.

Windsor Preschool Story Time

Sep 2

Caregivers and their children are welcome as we share stories, songs, and crafts at the Windsor Public Library

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Bennington BBF Council - Early Childhood

Sep 9

The Bennington Building Bright Futures -Early Childhood Council is a shared forum where parents, administrators and direct service providers committed to respectful, safe and non-judgmental relationships work together to support positive outcomes for young children and families in Bennington and surrounding areas

Bennington BBF Council - Early Childhood

Oct 14

The Bennington Building Bright Futures -Early Childhood Council is a shared forum where parents, administrators and direct service providers committed to respectful, safe and non-judgmental relationships work together to support positive outcomes for young children and families in Bennington and surrounding areas

Bennington BBF Council - Early Childhood

Nov 11

The Bennington Building Bright Futures -Early Childhood Council is a shared forum where parents, administrators and direct service providers committed to respectful, safe and non-judgmental relationships work together to support positive outcomes for young children and families in Bennington and surrounding areas

Bennington BBF Council - Early Childhood

Dec 9

The Bennington Building Bright Futures -Early Childhood Council is a shared forum where parents, administrators and direct service providers committed to respectful, safe and non-judgmental relationships work together to support positive outcomes for young children and families in Bennington and surrounding areas

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Windham County Parent Resource Calendar Kickoff

Sep 25

A group of organizations have been working together to put together one place where families can go to see events, services and more.  Click here to see the calendar. There will be a resource fair and kick off event for the flyer itself.  Click to see the flyer.

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