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April is Month of the Young Child

Join local organizations in celebrating the Month of the Young Child. The month is filled with dozens of free, family-friendly activities throughout the county. Vermont’s future starts with today’s children. Our children need the highest quality care and education. Supporting the system that provides those experiences will bring lasting benefits for our society as a – Read More

Free Tax Preparation

United Way of Windham County is offering two programs that provide free federal and state income-tax preparation services to eligible taxpayers: The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) Program and  More than 70% of American tax filers don’t know they can save $200 or more in tax preparation fees each year by using VITA or – Read More

Professional Development Resource Hotline Now Available

Vermont Birth to Five (VB5) is pleased to announce its new statewide Professional Development Resource phone and email hotline for early childhood learning and care professionals. VB5 is launching this service as part of its contract with the Child Development Division to coordinate regional professional development opportunities for early childhood learning and care professionals in – Read More

Early Childhood & Homelessness: Research, Resources & Partnerships Webinar

Please join us for this interactive webinar on early childhood homelessness in Vermont. Child care providers will receive 2 hours of professional development credit for participating in the full 2-hour training and completing an evaluation after the training. This webinar is being offered twice; the content is repeated: Monday, February 13, 2017, 12:30 – 2:30pm – Read More

Training Cancellation Policy

Please note that Windham Child Care Association follows WSESU’s weather cancellation policy. If WSESU is closed or there is an early release, then our trainings will be automatically cancelled. If there is a delay for  the district, evening training will be held as planned. Please listen to WTSA or visit their website for confirmation about – Read More

Vermont Early Childhood Alliance Releases 2017 Legislative Agenda

The Vermont Early Childhood Alliance‘s Legislative Agenda is crafted annually in partnership with early childhood organizations that are advancing policy solutions through the legislative process. For a more detailed on the issues The Alliance will be advocating for during the upcoming session, including background information, partnering and lead organizations, and how to support this work, visit – Read More

Spring 2017 Professional Development Calendar

Winter/Spring 2017 Professional Development Calendar:     TO REGISTER FOR TRAINING: Register online OR send Training Registration Form with payment to:  WCCA, 130 Birge St. Brattleboro, VT 05301 Questions? Call 802-254-5332 ext. 313 or email: