taken from MRTQ Shortcuts ~ The Office of Child and Family Services, in partnership with the Governor’s Children’s Cabinet, will be hosting a series of listening sessions with individuals working in the early childhood education field. In response to legislation introduced this past legislative session, the Office of Child and…Keep reading
FCCAM’s Professional Learning Committee wants providers to know about the opportunity for more providers to attend the 2021 Statewide ECE Conference for FREE! We also want those that had already registered for this event to have time to make any adjustments needed. from the Statewide Conference Planning Team: We have…Keep reading
OCFS provided a video review of what is needed by providers to complete this ARPA grant application. They also provided the powerpoint that formed the video, so providers could review it further. Members of FCCAM have watched the OCFS video and gone over the powerpoint slides. We have had discussions…Keep reading
Office of Child and Family Services just released a memo about the Stabilization Grant application opening Wed., Sept. 2021. Here are the highlights: All licensed and CCSP license-exempt nonrelative child care providers who are open and providing direct care by September 1, 2021 are eligible to apply. Providers may apply…Keep reading
The Professional Learning Committee continues to review the FCC and Facility Licensing Rules as part of gathering resources to support providers. As part of this review we hit upon the requirement in the staff handbook that requires interpretation for English Language Learners. This is not an area we have seen…Keep reading
The Maine Early Childhood Conference planning team is working on a process that will move this year’s event from in-person to virtual. We are planning for the virtual conference to take place on the same days, October 22nd and 23rd. We will be in touch next week with more information,…Keep reading
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