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As many of you are aware, the COVID-19 is disrupting our schools, businesses and community. Family Connections is committed to serving our community while following the recommendations of the CDC and our governing agencies to ensure the safety of our clients and staff. We are aware of the seriousness of this pandemic and the importance...

It’s impossible to avoid news about the Coronavirus (COVID-19) these days, and as child care leaders and providers, you are no doubt getting questions from parents about it. You are also probably wondering, how do I, as a child care provider, prevent Coronavirus from impacting the children in my care? What would I do if Coronavirus showed up in my community or child...

The 2020 Bright Futures Scholarship program is open and accepting applicants! The scholarship is a great way to encourage students of great promise to continue pursuing their dreams of teaching young children. Financial assistance is for students in the early childhood field, focusing on the education of children ages 6 and under. High school, 2 and 4...

Hi-Line Child Care Association presents Musically Minded with Jocelyn Manzanarez! April 18, 2020 9am-3:30pm at the District 4 HRDC: 2229 5th Ave, Havre Cost is $30 if payment and registration received by 3/31/2020, $35 after. Lunch is included and you will receive 6 hours of approved training. This training is very interactive and will focus on Bringing the...

The field of early childhood care and education had a big win in Washington DC last month. Congress passed the FY2020 government spending bills for the remaining fiscal year. The bill included a funding increase of over $1 billion for early learning and care programs, including a $500 million increase for the Child Care Development...

Your ability to recover from an emergency tomorrow may depend on the planning and preparation you d today. Click here to learn tips which all individuals and families, and the people who assist and support persons with disabilities, children and others with access and functional needs, can take to prepare for emergencies before they happen....

Holidays have so much to alert the sense this time of year! Schedule changes and bright, flickering lights; music piping from every store speaker, the bustle of crowds and the congestion of lines; dietary changes (usually in the form of a year’s worth of sugar), calendar overloads, invitations and obligations abound. Some of us are...

Click here for information about the Early Childhood Services Bureau, updates on our partners in the state, and the work we all do for children and families....