Main Menu

Family Connections Montana

Great Falls

  • woman and baby

    The Power of Parents

    Feb. 21st, 2018

    In this part of our social-emotional series, learn how important parents are to the success of the children in your program. Also, learn strategies to get parents more involved.

    Read More »
  • boy-writing

    Program Management Essentials

    Mar. 1st, 2018

    Learn about Montana agencies and programs that support quality early care and education, Topics include licensing requirements, child development, curriculum, environments, guidance, family partnerships and professionalism. Prerequisites: Participants must have previously applied to become a licensed provider.

    Read More »
  • BYOLunch

    Director’s Lunch Bunch

    Mar. 7th, 2018

    Bring your lunch and take a break from your hectic day. Share ideas and support with other center directors. Topics will include personnel policies and employee handbooks, advocacy, accreditation, and leagal matters to name a few.

    Read More »
  • csefel

    Montana Blended Pyramid Model: Module 2

    Mar. 14th, 2018

    Continue learning strategies from the Pyramid Model to help children develop social-emotional skills, how you, as a provider, can help children with challenging behaviors. You MUST have completed Intro and Module One and attend both sessions to receive credit. Important! This course is free to all STARS program staff. STARS registrants must register for this […]

    Read More »
  • imagesCAY7RCJ2

    Foundations of Play: Let’s Move

    Mar. 20th, 2018

    Part 3 of our ongoing series on the power of play.  Join us to learn new ways to encourage children to move and how to add fun movement activities to your day

    Read More »
  • excel

    Advanced Excel Program Skills

    Mar. 22nd, 2018

    Come deepen your skills and knowledge about this program and how it can work for you and your program. Bring your laptop so you can learn your own machine and program version.  This is an advanced class, participants should have taken the first two classes or have experience with the Excel program.

    Read More »