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Child Care of the Berkshires is Celebrating 45 years,
The mission of Child Care of the Berkshires, Inc. is to support children and families in improving their lives through education, child care and family support.
Child Care of the Berkshires is guided by the following beliefs:
- High quality child care encourages a child’s total growth and development in physical, social language, and cognitive areas.
- Families need to be linked to a variety of resources in the community.
- Services are best provided in a collaborative and cooperative fashion.
- Child care, parent support and educational programs should reflect the cultural diversity in our communities.
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Happenings at Child Care of the Berkshires
CCB’s Annual Meeting celebrating 45 years
CCB’s Annual Meeting celebrating 45 years was a joyful and festive event. Held January 9th at The Orchards, the evening included dinner; recognition of employees’; change of Board Officers Bill Robinson, Chair; Liz Costley, Vice-Chair; Lynette Ritland Bond, Treasurer; and Deborah Wineberg, Clerk; the nomination of new Board members Richard Alley and Alison Bost; and former parent/employee/board members thoughts and remembrances of CCB throughout the years.
State Representative Gail Carridi; Commissioner Tom Weber; President & CEO Anne Nemetz-Carlson
December 9, 2014 – North Adams — Child Care of the Berkshires hosted Commissioner Tom Weber of the Department of Early Education and Care (EEC) yesterday. Commissioner Weber engaged with children and staff members while touring the EEC-funded programs which include the Monument Square Early Childhood Center and the Family Resource Center which includes the Parent Child Home program, an early literacy home-visiting program; and the Raising A Reader program. Monument Square provides child-care services for area working-families.
New Play and Learn Group at the Greylock Apartments
ALL FAMILIES WELCOME!!!!
NEW Play and Learn Group in The Greylock Apartments Neighborhood!!!!
Join FRC at the Community Room at Greylock Apartments on Angeli Street in North Adams.
Northern Berkshire early childhood education collaborative providing brighter outlook for the future
Nearly 20 early childhood educators attended this week’s Summer Brain Building Institute held at MCLA. The program is part of the newly formed Northern Berkshire Educational Alignment Collaborative to foster leadership and the professional development of early childhood educators.
Raising a Reader Program
Do you want to help your child get ready to read?
We can help!
Enjoy more books by borrowing a new bag of children’s books
each week for 10 weeks (great for ages 2-5 years old)
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you to a special way to share reading with your family!
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