Frogtown-Summit-University Early Learning Coalition
Frogtown-Summit-University ELC at Work and Play!
The Frogtown-Summit-University ELC connects families in our community with resources.
Current ELC Members
Americorp VISTA, Birth to Three Initiative, Office of Mayor Carter
Community Action Programs Head Start
Saint Paul Promise Neighborhood
Saint Paul Public Library - Rondo branch
Saint Paul Public Schools Office of Early Learning
Several neighborhood residents
Current Strategy Focus Areas
The Frogtown Summit University Early Learning Coalition is actively working to inform family wellness in the Frogtown-Summit-University area. To do this we are currently:
- Becoming aware of how families, schools, and other local organizations promote family wellness.
- Becoming familiar with resources and roles that support family wellness, and how families access these.
- Engaging in community with a result of shared knowledge and resources, as well as shared support for wellness.
- Actively recruiting the participation and voices of more residents.
Upcoming Meetings and Tabling Events
Community Peace Celebration
Friday, June 21st, 3-7pm
Thursday, July 11th, 4-7pm
Friday, June 7th
Summer KickOff at West Minnehaha Recreation Center
3:30 - 5:30
Tuesday, June 4th, 11am-1pm, Location TBD
OEL Seeking an ELC Vista Worker
SPPS OEL seeks a driven individual with community mobilization skills.
Position Title: Early Learning Coalition Connection VISTA
The SPPS Office of Early Learning specifically works to ensure lasting achievement for all early learners. Our Early Learning Coalitions aid in this effort by collaborating with residents and organizations within communities for the benefit of families with young children.
SPPS OEL is working collaboratively with Mayor Carter’s City of Saint Paul VISTA Program—which brings together organizations serving children from birth to three and their families to build “a Saint Paul that works for all of us”—including our youngest residents
The ELC Connection VISTA will assist in increasing resident participation and voice in current ELCs, while also supporting sustainability across all ELCs.
Contact: Nikole Logan