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  • Finding Quality Child Care – The Day – May 9, 2013 One of the most important decisions a parent will make for a child is whose care the child will be placed under when the parent is at work or otherwise unavailable. A savvy parent will want a safe, stimulating learning environment that allows the child to grow, learn, have fun, make friends, and engage in ...
  • Best Beginnings Awarded Funding for Computer Middlesex United Way is pleased to announce that its Board of Directors has approved a total of $24,950 in funding to six programs working in the areas of school readiness or affordable housing, including a $1,500 grant to in Clinton. As Middlesex United Way continues to address the underlying causes of serious community conditions, United Way ...
  • Born Learning Trail – Grand Opening There’s an outdoor learning trail many parents and children in town may not know about. It’s located at the far end of the Indian River Recreational Complex off Route 81 and is called the “Born Learning Trail.” Earlier this month, more than a dozen local parents and children ages two to five attended the Best Beginnings opening of ...
  • Best Beginnings Fair a must for families with young children This week, I paid a visit to the town of Clinton to learn about an upcoming fair hosted by Best Beginnings, an early identification/intervention program for children ages birth to five, that is funded by the Middlesex United Way and the town’s board of education (which is a real sign of how good a program is, when a BOE ...
  • Best Beginnings profiled on Clinton Patch Red Barn Children’s Center Director, Linda N. Stuhlman, is the Early Care/Education Consultant and Project Coordinator for Best Beginnings, a project funded by Middlesex United Way in partnership with the Clinton Board of Education. Read the full article here …  
  • A Compendium of Transition Initiatives in the Early Years: A Resource Guide to Alignment and Continuity Efforts in the United States and other Countries The compendium highlights some of the best United States and international transition programs and includes Best Beginnings as one of two transition programs from the state of Connecticut.  Read more about this resource guide here: National Center for Children and Families and see the Best Beginnings profile here… Sharon Lynn Kagan, Ed.D, Romilla Karnati, Ph.D., Jocelyn Friedlander, B.A., Kate Tarrant, ...
  • It Takes a County: Preparing Preschoolers for the “Big” School The William Caspar Graustein Memorial Fund works with parents and caregivers of preschoolers in Middletown and surrounding towns in support of high quality early childhood programs to ready children for kindergarten.  Today, these children are entering kindergarten healthier and with better social and communication skills than in years past, critical components to a successful start ...
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