United to Promote Quality - Our 2017 Annual Meeting
Friday, June 2, 2017, Doors open at 8:00 am, meeting is from 8:30-10:00 am - Please RSVP here.
Rockland Community College (Ellipse Room in the Technology Building)
145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901
We Are United to Promote Quality! Quality is defined as high quality early learning experiences, which help a child to thrive. It can also be described as those events, activities, environments, relationships and factors that have a positive impact on a young child’s cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development.
Please join us to learn about quality investments for children - a community awareness initiative to ensure all children in Rockland County receive high quality child care. We will present our Annual Report and look forward to a fruitful discussion about how we as a community can best serve the children of Rockland County. Please RSVP here.
Every June, Child Care Resources of Rockland holds an annual meeting and invites families, early childhood professionals, business leaders, legislators, and all interested individuals to join in the important discussion about our community's children. We provide our most recent annual report, welcome the new members to our Board of Directors, and recognize newly accredited child care programs. Additionally, we invite a prominent community member to speak on issues that especially affect children and families in Rockland County. We hope you will join us in this exciting, thought provoking discussion about balancing work and family needs in our community. A complimentary breakfast is served.
Choosing a child care program is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make as a parent and our experienced staff is ready to help!
Child Care Professionals
Those who teach and care for young children are special people and we offer child care professionals the resources they need to be successful and to provide the highest quality care.
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We offer a wide range of services addressing the unique needs of parents and caregivers, employers, child care and education professionals. Quality child care is a community effort.