By Jennifer Gioia, Communications Manager at CCSA For Latisha Edwards, teaching is “being a creator. Learning through play is the best part, because not only are the children using their imagination, but I’m using my imagination as well, and that’s just always fun.” Latisha works as an assistant teacher at
Grant will support Shape NC, a project to increase the number of children entering kindergarten at a healthy weight. Chapel Hill, N.C., January 22, 2020: Child Care Services Association (CCSA) received $2,000 from the Food Lion Feeds Charitable Foundation to continue Shape NC, a project aimed at increasing the number of
Child Care Services Association Releases State Plans for Families with Children Experiencing Homelessness
Child Care Services Association (CCSA) releases Families with Children Experiencing Homelessness, FY2019-FY2021 Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) State Plans outlining efforts in all 50 states Chapel Hill, N.C., January 15, 2020: Child Care Services Association (CCSA) works to ensure every child has the best start in life with high-quality child
An accurate census count can shape a child’s future for the next decade and beyond. It all begins with responding to the 2020 Census.
Child Care Services Association (CCSA) releases “Food Insecurity in Children Ages Birth to Five: An Analysis of Childhood Food Insecurity in Wake, Durham and Orange Counties” report Chapel Hill, N.C., January 13, 2020: In North Carolina, one in five children is at risk of hunger, according to Feeding America, and according
Durham County’s initiative for universal pre-K, Durham PreK, now accepting application appointments for 2020-2021 school year Durham, N.C., January 7, 2020: Durham PreK is now accepting application appointments for the 2020-2021 school year. All 4-year-olds living in Durham County are eligible for the county’s publicly funded universal pre-K program. Programs participating in Durham County include