CCCC Members Needed! - Interested in being part of the CCCC?. click here to learn more!.


CALAVERAS CHILD CARE COUNCIL


Who We Are


Every county in California has a state mandated Local Planning Council funded by the California Department of Education.  Local Planning Council statutes requires that every effort should be made by the appointing agencies to assure that the ethnic, racial, and geographic composition of the LPC is reflective of the population of the county.

The Calaveras Child Care Council (CCCC) determines local community child care needs through the development of a needs assessments and county-wide child care plan. The council plays a role in developing affordable, accessible, quality child care for families in Calaveras County. The CCCC has a public meeting and all persons interested in child care issues are encouraged to attend. Meetings are held the third Tuesday of the month from 9:00 am to 10:30 am - the meeting location changes monthly, please see the Agenda and Minutes page to confirm meeting date, time and location.


Our Mission

The mission of the Calaveras Child Care Council (CCCC) supports the development of affordable, accessible, quality child care which promotes the success of all children, their families, and the economy of our communities.

We envision an inclusive, affordable child care system that promotes healthy, successful children and youth.

Where We Are


The CCCC is located in Calaveras County California,located in the Eastern Section of central California, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains.



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NOTICES


  • THE CALAVERAS CHILD CARE COUNCIL IS SEEKING MEMBERS


    Are You Interested Being Part of a Team
    that Advocates for Local Child Care Needs?


    the Calaveras Child Care Council is seeking community members to be part of a planning group that works together to assess and coordinate the delivery of quality child care services and program in Calaveras County.

    If you would like more information Click Here to visit the CCCC membership page and get the application or contact Sheri Noble at (209) 754-1075 or email snoble@trcac.org.


    If you think of anyone else that might be interested in becoming a member, you can download and print our notice letter here.


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