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Franklin Grand Isle

Regional Contact

Michelle Trayah

Interim Regional Coordinator, Franklin and Grand Isle

Upcoming Council Meetings

Franklin Grand Isle Regional Council Meeting

July 15 at 1:00 pm

Franklin Grand Isle Regional Council Meeting

June 17 at 1:00 pm

Franklin Grand Isle Regional Council Meeting

April 15 at 1:00 pm |contact Michelle Trayah

Regional Action Plan

The Regional Action Plan acts as a blueprint for how the Council serves local children and families.

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Stories From Franklin Grand Isle

Blog

October 14, 2020

The Early MTSS-123 Project: ONE Early Childhood System, TWO Social and Emotional Interventions, THREE Core Groups

In the past few months, a new Early Multi-Tiered Systems of Support (Early MTSS) and Strengthening Families pilot project was introduced in Franklin/Grand Isle, Orleans/Northern Essex, and Northern Windsor/Orange in partnership with Dr. Lori Meyer from the University of Vermont, Building Bright Futures and Pyramid 802 PLUS. This is an opportunity for Early MTSS coaches […]

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Blog

November 18, 2019

Community Libraries’ Role in Building Resilient Communities

The charge to build resilient communities is one that multiple collaborative partners strive towards, together, across the state of Vermont. With the support and investments of so many advocates, highlighting every incredible ally in this journey can be difficult. In the Franklin and Grand Isle regions, however, one of our stellar partners in building resilient […]

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Blog

August 13, 2019

Playing Around: Are We Recognizing the Critical Role of Play in Our Developing Children?

In the year 2019, the demands on our children’s developing minds and bodies looks vastly different than they did previously. From academic requirements to basic skill-building, the focus on structured routines and curricula throughout a child’s daily routine can leave little room for free time. As we consider what our communities’ youngest members need to […]

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Regional HAVYC&F Profile

The How Are Vermont’s Young Children and Families report highlights data and conditions in the region, and the Regional Council’s priorities as they drive positive change in the area.

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