Around one hundred early childhood educators came out to Crossroads United Methodist Church on February 25 for the 28th annual Coming Together for Children Conference. This year's theme was "Back Together, Preparing Children for a Successful Future" and consisted of a half day of training as well as an agency and vendor fair.
The Cabarrus County Partnership for Children, Inc. (CCPFC) is seeking qualified organizations with expertise in early childhood to support our local community with evidence-based or evidence-informed services for children birth to five and their families, specifically Parents As Teachers, and Social/Emotional Interventions for Young Children provided at the child’s home or preschool, offering mental health assessments, interventions, and therapy for children ages birth to 5 years of age, not yet in Kindergarten, and their parents who need help with their child’s social, emotional, or developmental challenges.
Applications are due by 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 7, 2023.
The Cabarrus Partnership for Children is offering a universal application that allows parents to apply for their child(ren) to attend any of Cabarrus County's free, high-quality preschool programs during the 2023-2024 school year.
The Anne Laukaitis Champion for Children Award is in honor of Anne’s distinguished Smart Start leadership and her long career dedicated to the service of young children and families in Cabarrus County. The award is given annually to an exceptional individual at the local level who is devoted to public service and whose leadership qualities have resulted in significant change for the betterment of young children, families, and communities.