Celebrating Connections : Early Care and Education Conference Coming in February
Posted: January 11, 2001
Come join West Virginia's early childhood programs for the fourth annual early childhood conference. The conference is an excellent professional development opportunity for West Virginia's early childhood professionals and others who work with young children and their families. A variety of topics are covered including: safety, special needs, technology, discipline, collaboration, curriculum, infant/toddler, families, etc. in addition to exhibits and opportunities to meet and network with others in WV's early childhood community. The theme "Building Tomorrows" focuses on building stronger families and community partnerships.
WHEN? CONFERENCE: FEBRUARY 22, 23, 24, 20001 ONE- DAY INSTITUTE: WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21
WHERE? CHARLESTON CIVIC CENTER CHARLESTON, WV WHO SHOULD ATTEND? Parents, Preschool Teachers, Kindergarten Teachers, Early Interventionists, Head Start Personnel, Title I Preschool Teachers, Special Education Preschool Teachers, Social Workers, Administrators, Therapists and other individuals working with the early childhood population.
COST: Early Registration (by Jan. 31st): $30.00 On-site: $45.00 (Please pre-register if possible)
Information on the conference and registration materials are available through the WV Early Childhood Training Connections and Resources (WVECTCR) Project: call 1-888-983-2827 or contact Ginger Huffman or Kathy Knighton at WVDE, (304)558-2696.
Sponsored by: West Virginia Department of Education, WV Department of Health and Human Resources (WV Birth to Three Program), WV Head Start Association and Collaboration Project, Governor's Cabinet on Children and Families, and WV Child Care Association.