Mission: The Caswell County Partnership for Children unites the community to provide families with resources and services to enable all children to reach their fullest potential.
What is the CCPFC?
The Caswell County Partnership for Children (CCPFC) is a non-profit organization serving children, youth and families in Caswell County. CCPFC administers the state Smart Start program and NC Pre-K program.
Smart Start is an early childhood initiative designed to ensure that young children enter school healthy and ready to succeed. NC Pre-K prepares 4 year old children for success in school.
CCPFC also administers other grant funded programs for children birth through age eighteen and is a central source of information about activities, programs, and resources for children and families.
Why Smart Start?
The earliest years of childhood are critical. Experiences during this time literally shape the structure of the brain. Because today's children are tomorrow's leaders, parents and workers, everyone has a stake in making sure that all children have the experiences they need to thrive. Smart Start brings together all the people involved in a young child's life-families, teachers, doctors, caregivers, social workers and many others- to ensure every child has all they need for healthy growth and development.
Smart Start’s Mission: Advance a high quality, comprehensive, accountable early childhood system that benefits each child beginning with a healthy birth.
To learn more, visit the North Carolina Partnership for Children.
NC Pre-K Helps Children for YEARS!
"The NC Pre-K (More at Four) Program has positive effects across key domains of learning - children’s language development and communication skills, cognitive development, and social and emotional development." from FPG Summary NC Pre-K Evaluation Findings, May 2017
"Researchers found that children enrolled in NC Pre-K made better than expected gains in language, literacy, math, general knowledge and social skills into kindergarten, giving them a boost as they started school." News & Observer Article, July 11, 2017.
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Request for Bids & Proposals
We are soliciting proposals to acquire the services of a qualified contractor to provide Marketing and Resource Development Consultant services. Proposals must be received by 4:00 p.m. on July 19, 2018. The specific services to be provided and all other information are detailed in the Request for Proposals HERE.
We are seeking qualified applicants to provide professional development services to Caswell County child care providers for FY 2018-2019. For more details CLICK HERE. Proposals are due by July 9, 2018.
We are soliciting proposals to establish a copier lease for December 16, 2018-December 15, 2021. Proposals are due by June 28 by 4pm. To view more information CLICK HERE and for the Cost Proposal Form CLICK HERE.
We are also soliciting bids to select vendors for administrative goods and services for 2018-2019. Bids are due June 18 by 4pm. To view more information CLICK HERE and for the Specifications CLICK HERE.
Newly Reorganized Resource Lending Library
Please come by and visit our newly reorganized Resource Lending Library! Resource books for teachers and staff are easier to find, old resources have been tossed out and new resources have been added! FREE resources for you and your children! We look forward to seeing you soon! For more information, click here.
Providers: Training Opportunities
CCPFC offers licensed/regulated child care providers trainings. See the full FY17-18 CCPFC Child Care Provider Training Calendar HERE or on our google calendar HERE.
Earn 1.5 contact hours for FREE! DCDEE now offers an online training module: Serving Young Children Experiencing Homelessness Go to the DCDEE Moodle site by clicking here: www.dcdee.moodle.nc.gov/course/search.php?search=homelessness
NEW! Family child care home operators and staff as well as child care center administrators and staff can access the Child Care Rule Training modules through Moodle, the Division's online training tool.
(You must have an NCID (North Carolina ID) to access the DCDEE Moodle site** Click HERE for detailed instructions on how to create an NCID)
NCECA Telephone Seminars are available - information and registration here. One hour of DCDEE credit available for each seminar.
Dolly Parton Imagination Library Available!
We are still enrolling children for Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library!
We made it to our target - now over 200 children signed up - but there's room for more - register your child TODAY here!
Smart Start Final Activity Report Released
The board is pleased to release the evaluation report for all of last fiscal year's Smart Start funded activities. The Executive Summary is available here or download your copy here.
Providers: Criminal Background Check Portal LIVE!
Criminal Background Check must be completed online. No bubble sheets required!! go to ncchildcarecbc.nc.gov/ The $26.50 payment is part of the online application process.
Fingerprints must be completed through LIVESCAN at your local county Sheriff's Office: Caswell County Sheriff’s Office, 231 County Park Road, Yanceyville, NC 27379; (336) 694-9311.
If providers have questions regarding their Criminal Background Check application or the process, they should contact a Division representative in the Criminal Background Check Unit at 919-527-6620 or toll-free at 1-800-859-0829 and ask for the Criminal Background Check Unit.
Providers: Market Rate Survey Underway!
"Every licensed provider in North Carolina that has a private pay rate should have already received a mailing asking for your assistance completing this survey.
Please complete the survey online today here: survey.ncsu.edu/childcare.
This year DCDEE has added some new questions that will collect more detailed information about your operating costs for personnel and non-personnel expenses. This additional data will help us better understand the actual cost of providing child care as we look at how to set market rates."
This is how the subsidy reimbursement rate for child care tuition gets updated & raised - please participate!!
New Early Literacy Grant Awarded
We're pleased to announce The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region awarded the partnership a grant of $4,120 to provide books to our local Raising A Reader children. These grant funds will provide seven books to each child to enhance the program impact by building children’s personal libraries. For more, visit our Early Literacy Programs Page.
Parent Resource: Triple P Online