A standing ovation at a school board meeting is a rare sight. So rare that Amy McCormack, a District 200 board member, couldn't help but point it out at the Feb. 28 meeting following the board's unanimous vote to support the Collaboration for Early Childhood.
It'll be another month before the Collaboration for Early Childhood finds out if Oak Park and River Forest High School is on board with partially funding its proposed supportive care system for at-risk kids.
The Collaboration for Early Childhood, in recognition of the Week of the Young Child, announces that all Oak Park governing bodies passed the following Proclamation: Proclamation for the Week of the Young Child
The Collaboration for Early Childhood Program Services Model
Serving Oak Park and River Forest, The Collaboration for Early Childhood is a collective impact agency. The Collaboration champions high quality early childhood care and learning experiences and support for families so all children can develop their full potential.
The Collaboration does this by partnering with families, early childhood directors, teachers, and health care providers to make sure our children grow up healthy and prepared for kindergarten. To learn more about how we work within the Oak Park River Forest community, take a look at our Program Services Model illustrated above, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org,or visit our website, www.collab4kids.org