Monday, April 8, 2019

April is Month of the Young Child in Mesa County


The Board of County Commissioners proclaimed April as Month of the Young Child in Mesa County. Kirk Huddleston, center left, and Coreen Edwards, center right, owners of local childhood learning centers, accepted the proclamation in public hearing on April 8, 2019.

All young children and their families deserve access to high-quality early education and care, which is why Mesa County Commissioners adopted a proclamation to focus attention on the needs of young children and their families by recognizing and drawing attention to multiple initiatives and programs in the Grand Valley intended to make children’s lives better.

Kirk Huddleston and Coreen Edwards thank the Mesa County Commissioners for recognizing the importance of early childhood learning programs. 

The Month of the Young Child is an opportunity to celebrate young children and the caregivers who lay the foundation for their future success.

The Partnership for Children and Families along with other local organizations in conjunction with the National Association for the Education of Young Children, are celebrating April as the Month of the Young Child.

Mesa County Commissioners took an opportunity to celebrate young children and the caregivers who lay the foundation for their future success by proclaiming April as the Month of the Young Child.
Recognizing and supporting the people, programs, and policies that are committed to high-quality early childhood education is the right choice for children.

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