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Palmetto, Florida, October 6th, 2017 – The Early Learning Coalition (ELC) of Manatee County, Inc.
is delighted to announce the appointment of three new Board members – Reverend Nathan Speck-Ewer, Dr. Paul Sharff, CEO, commented: “We would like to extend a warm welcome to our three new Board members.
The ELC of Manatee County has been awarded a 00 grant from the Lakewood Ranch Community Fund of the Manatee Community Foundation.
The grant is for the continued implementation of the nationally renowned "Raising a Reader" program, whose network offers an evidence-based early literacy and parent engagement program that has demonstrated improvement in the reading readiness skills of children from birth to age five.
For general questions, or more information about our programs and services, please contact us at (941) 757-2900, via email, Facebook or Twitter.
Palmetto, Florida, October 10, 2016 – The Board of the Early Learning Coalition of Manatee County, Inc.
(ELC) has been honored with the 2016 Outstanding Directors Award by the Tampa Bay Business Journal.
We are extremely proud of NEXTGEN and how it has grown quickly to become an integral part of the local community.” The mission of the Early Learning Coalition of Manatee County is to provide and coordinate the services of school readiness programs, in an efficient manner, in order to help all children develop the skills needed to achieve future educational success, to support the role of parents as their child's first and most important teacher, and to continue to improve the quality of services available in the community.Save the Children’s Early Steps to School Success program lays a critical foundation of language and literacy skills for children from birth to age 5, so they can enter school ready to succeed.Through home visits, book exchanges, parenting groups, and an emphasis on transition to school, Early Steps Early Childhood Coordinators will help children with language, social and emotional development, and equip parents with the skills needed to successfully support children’s growth.Note: 2008 and older issues are only available as files.
On most versions of windows you must first save these files to your local machine, and then unblock the file in order to read it.I would like to personally thank them for agreeing to join what is already an extremely hard working and dedicated Board, who do so much to enhance the lives of the children in our local community.” The Office of Early Learning has pooled together some helpful resources for providers and parents featuring some great ideas for fun spring activities, developmental milestones for ages 2 months-5 years, promoting social and emotional development, helping children transition, and much more!