Hurricane Florence Recovery Updates - be aware of potential asbestos exposure and lead exposure
The Division of Public Health has asked that the Division of Child Development and Early Education provide this important information to child care providers who may be required to complete facility renovations or repairs due to damage from Hurricane Florence.
Important Notice to all Child Care Providers
affected by Hurricane Florence - 2018
on December 12, 2018
The North Carolina Social Services Commission propose to readopt rules in 10A NCAC 10 pursuant to G.S. 150B-21.3A as part of the periodic review of rules process. The Commission will hold a public hearing on these rules on December 12, 2018, beginning at 10:00 a.m., at the Division of Social Services, McBryde Building, 820 South Boylan Avenue, Conference Room 151, Raleigh, NC 27603. Please read this memo and fiscal note for more information.
State of North Carolina
Department of Health and Human Services Division of Child Development and Early Education North Carolina Child Care Commission
Notice is hereby given that the North Carolina Child Care Commission will hold Commission meetings in Raleigh, NC on the following dates at the location indicated
The NC Child Care Commission’s Teleconference meeting scheduled for September 28, 2018, has been canceled. The next meeting is currently scheduled for November 5, 2018.
Be prepared for hurricane dangers - Know Your Risk, Get Prepared and Stay Informed
With Hurricane Florence approaching NC now, DCDEE is asking the child care community to be hurricane ready. DCDEE asks everyone involved in providing child care to think actively about their facility's hurricane and emergency preparedness plans and implement those plans as needed.