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Community Consulting Teams of Boston Interviews Director of Training

In 2020, CCT explored expanding Clarendon’s portfolio of training & education services by developing innovative online courses, with a particular emphasis on how to care for children who have experienced trauma. A few months after CCT presented an analysis of its feasibility study, we reconnected with Joanna Doyle, the Director…

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Clarendon grant funding remote learning

Clarendon Receives Generous Grant from Essex County Community Foundation!

We are very grateful to the Essex County Community Foundation for providing funding for our educators in Lawrence and Methuen who are supporting school-age remote learners. Educators will receive back-up technology, printers, headphones and materials for project based learning to ensure children’s success during school hours. In addition, programs will…

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https://eeclead.force.com/resource/1594088576000/Parent_Reopening_Guide https://www.pbs.org/parents/preschool-learning-at-home

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Sesame Street in Communities

Health Emergencies A health emergency brings many changes and much uncertainty for young children and their families, but there are things we can do to face each day with optimism and hope. Sesame Street in Communities offers resources in English and Spanish to help families cope during challenging times.

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National CACFP Forum Your Voice

Please join us as we welcome Margaret Mc Donald to the National CACFP Forum board. Margaret brings to the board many years of experience within all phases of CACFP and Child Care.  We very much look forward to the insights and new ideas she will provide in her new role,…

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CACFP New Meal Pattern

New CACFP Meal Pattern Effective 10/01/2017 Under the updated CACFP nutrition standards, meals and snacks served will include a greater variety of vegetables and fruit, more whole grains, and less added sugar and saturated fat. In addition, the standards encourage breastfeeding and better align the CACFP with the Special Supplemental…

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