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  • Information about the current Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has been moved to a new, separate area. Information provided by DCDEE related to COVID-19 and child care providers, settings and health precautions can now be found on the Coronavirus Information for Child Care page.

 

 

Apr

2021

ChildCareStrongNC Public Health Toolkit Updated

The Division of Child Development and Early Education (DCDEE) has updated the ChildCareStrongNC Public Health Toolkit (also available in Spanish) to reflect recent changes in guidance, clarify language, and be responsive to questions that have arisen in the child care field.

 The April edition of the ChildCareStrongNC Public Health Toolkit includes the following updates:  

Change in terminology from “social distance” to “physical distance” (throughout the Toolkit)

  • Clarification on Daily Health Screenings (page 5 & 16)
  • Updated Summary Table for Returning from Exclusion (page 7-8 & 16-17)
  • Resources related to the COVID-19 vaccines (page 18)
  • Added definition for “fully vaccinated” (page 25)

If you have questions about these updates, please contact your child care health consultant.

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Apr

2021

Próximo Grupo focal del CCDF para participantes de habla hispana

Por favor, lea para obtener información sobre cómo participar en un próximo grupo focal del CCDF para participantes de habla hispana.

La Subvención del Bloque de Cuidado y Desarrollo Infantil (CCDBG) es la principal fuente de fondos federales para la División de Desarrollo Infantil y Educación Temprana (DCDEE). DCDEE utiliza estos fondos para proporcionar asistencia de cuidado infantil a las familias y para financiar iniciativas para mejorar y apoyar la calidad del cuidado infantil en Carolina del Norte. Los Estados deben desarrollar un plan de tres años sobre cómo se gastarán los fondos y cómo las agencias estatales implementarán los requisitos de subvenciones para bloques de atención y desarrollo.

Para ayudar a recopilar información preliminar, DCDEE ha programado un grupo focal para individuos de habla hispana que se llevara a cabo en ZoomGov en abril 2021. Se proporcionarán intérpretes de español         

Se invita a los participantes a dar su opinión durante la reunión. Usted no necesita registrarse y no hay costo para asistir.

Una vez desarrollado el plan, se programará un período público de audiencia y comentarios a finales de 2021 para reunir más información pública.

A continuación se muestran los detalles del próximo grupo focal para los participantes de habla hispana. Por favor, participe si puede y está interesado.

 

12 de abril de 2021

6-7:30pm

Grupo Focal de Fondo de Cuidado y Desarrollo Infantil

Unirse a la reunión de ZoomGov

https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1610675980?pwd=TWc3WU1TcWZwMGpuZW5lYUpHb3p6QT09

ID. de reunión: 161 067 5980 Contraseña (Passcode): 387954

Opción de acceso telefónico: (646) 828-7666

Código de acceso: 1610675980 #

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Mar

2021

Updated COVID-19 Child Care Payment Policies

DCDEE has released important updated  COVID-19 Child Care Payment Policy information. The key updates in this edition are as follows:

  • the operational grants awarded during the months of March and/or April 2021 can be used to address any current lead mitigation costs that occur in the month in which the grant was awarded.
  • DCDEE will be covering the cost of the parent co-payment during the months of March and April 2021. 
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Mar

2021

NC Pre-K State Advisory Committee Meeting

The NC Pre-K State Advisory Committee Meeting will be held on Thursday,  March 25th, 2021 by WebEx starting at 10:00 AM.

Please join the meeting as an attendee by clicking the WebEx link or calling the WebEx Audio conference number below:

WebEx link:  https://ncgov.webex.com/ncgov/onstage/g.php?MTID=ea79600b7bf6291412ac515564107dee6

WebEx Audio Conference#:  1 (415) 655-0003

Access Code: 185 620 8333

 

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Mar

2021

Operational Grants - March and April 2021

On December 27, 2020, the COVID-19 Economic Relief Bill that was signed into law, allocating funds to states to provide immediate assistance to child care providers.  North Carolina has allocated some of these funds for operational grants for licensed child care providers, as well as those child care providers who operate under a notice of compliance. DCDEE is issuing these grants in a manner consistent with the formula used in distributing the operational grants previously. The operational grants for March and April 2021 are now available for licensed child care providers to access.

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