Community Childcare Partnerships

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    SPPS Office of Early Learning partners with childcare to reach children and families at a range of ages, in a range of settings, prior to entering kindergarten. Through these partnerships, our Partnerships Coordinators aim to develop relationships with families of young children at their early stages and support them with resources, experiences, and tools as children develop. 

    Childcare partnerships allow SPPS to engage authentically with children and families within the communities where they reside. These partner opportuities are designed to support children's stages of development and early transitons, including their transition and adjustment in kindergarten. The outcomes of partnership are many and include shared learning, awareness of district resources and navigation, familiarity of culturally specific adult-child interaction and child-rearing practicesas ,well as an increased trajectory of achievement.   

     

Who do we partner with?

  • The Office of Early Learning Partnership Coordinators use a mixed delivery model to ensure lasting achievement for all early learners, no matter their early learning experience!

    We partner with:

    • Stay-at-home parents, grandparents, and guardians,
    • Family, friend, and neighbor care providers,
    • Licensed family providers, and
    • Childcare centers

    Our partnerships range in depth, time, and commitment so partners can experience the right fit for them. We offer three levels of partnerships; Levels 1, 2, and 3. 

For Inquiries or interest

  • Contact:

    Dr. Nikole T. Logan
    Supervisor, Pre-K Family Engagement and Community Partnerships
    651-216-2173
    nikole.logan@spps.org