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FREE: AZ OnTrack Summer Camp

In his January 2022 State of the State address, Governor Ducey announced his intention to launch a free, statewide summer learning initiative that would be fun, educational, and engaging for all school-aged Arizona children, pre-k through 12th grade. The initiative, AZ OnTrack Summer Camp, is designed to give Arizona kids back some of the time that may have been lost in their classrooms during the pandemic. The best part is, that this is FREE for Arizona families! AZ OnTrack Summer Camps will allow…

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Supporting Messy Play With Infants and Toddlers | NCECDTL Trainings

The Arizona Early Childhood Network has partnered with the National Center on Early Childhood, Development, Teaching, and Learning (NCECDTL) to offer FREE trainings to our Arizona workforce in the Registry!NCECDTL is managed by ZERO TO THREE on behalf of the Office of Head Start. As the prime partner, ZERO TO THREE is responsible for setting the overall direction for the center and providing leadership.Featured Training: Supporting Messy Play with Infants and Toddlers The goal of the module is for participants to examine the specific skills infants and…

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CALL FOR PRESENTERS: Annual Pre-Service: Responsive, Rebuilding, Resilient Together event

CALL FOR PRESENTERS The City of Phoenix Head Start Birth to Five Program invites you to submit a proposal [surveymonkey.com] to present at the hybrid Annual Pre-Service: Responsive, Rebuilding, Resilient Together event. This year's conference is intended to provide all staff with the additional tools and resources they require to navigate our new pandemic normal. Expected attendance is 500 Birth to Five staff, including teachers, mentors, coaches, caseworkers, and administrators. The City of Phoenix Head Start Birth to Five Program serves approximately…

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Quality First Information Sessions 2022

Did you hear that Quality First is FREE and is now enrolling? Are you wondering what Quality First is all about? You are invited to attend a Quality First Information Session. These sessions are an opportunity to learn about the benefits of Quality First, facts versus myths about the program, and a chance for open dialogue with the Quality First Team. We hope you can join us! Tuesday, April 19 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. Sign up here. Wednesday, April 27 6:00…

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The Arizona Early Learning Standards (AZELS) and Infant & Toddler Developmental Guidelines (ITDG) are now available in SPANISH!

Arizona Early Learning Standards, 4th Edition (Spanish) View Here           Infant and Toddler Developmental Guidelines, 2nd Edition (Spanish) View Here             You may also visit the ECE Publications & Manuals website for both English and Spanish versions of these documents.

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Supporting Continuity of Care | NCECDTL Trainings

The Arizona Early Childhood Network has partnered with the National Center on Early Childhood, Development, Teaching, and Learning (NCECDTL) to offer FREE trainings to our Arizona workforce in the Registry! NCECDTL is managed by ZERO TO THREE on behalf of the Office of Head Start. As the prime partner, ZERO TO THREE is responsible for setting the overall direction for the center and providing leadership. Featured Training: Supporting Continuity of Care The goal of the module is for participants to reflect on why supporting continuity of care…

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Arizona Summer Camps

Supporting Arizona students through engaging, fun, educational Summer Camps — at no cost to families statewideLaunched by the Office of the Governor Doug Ducey, AZ OnTrack Summer Camp will enrich, advance, and connect eligible Arizona students in the ways they need to help them enter the 2022-23 school year with greater excitement and confidence.The impact of COVID-19 has extended well beyond our hospitals, businesses, and economy, hugely impacting our students, educators, and schools. National analysis has demonstrated the bleak outcomes.…

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ECO Bookworms Book Club | Free Book

American Public Health Association's ECO Bookworms book club invites parents, caregivers, and educators to start conversations about climate change and the environment with their little ones. Reading stories about climate change and our changing planet is a great place to start. If you are an educator wanting to inspire climate action, you can choose one of their top five book picks, and ECO Bookworms will mail it to you for FREE. Top 5 book options: “Old Enough to Save the…

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Registry Announcement & Promotion!

The Arizona Early Childhood Workforce Registry is now accepting Unofficial College Transcripts as documents for tracking Registry user’s education reports and Lattice Levels. The next 1,000 Registry users who complete the following three steps will be mailed one of our Daniel Tiger Ready to Read books.*Upload your unofficial college transcripts, CDA Credential and/or high school diploma to the RegistryReview and update your Registry My Profile under My Tools & SettingsReview and update your Registry Employment History under My Tools &…

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New Child Care Licensing Management System

ADHS has implemented a new Child Care Licensing Management System and it is now live! Training videos and documentation for registered users are available to review. The benefits include: Increased visibility for providers/licensees Increased visibility to BCCL employees Real time access to information for Surveyors and licensees Reduction of expensive manual processes Improved efficiency through elimination of paper transit and tracking Improved cloud-based technology in rural sister locations ...and much more! Learn More & Login

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The average wait time for processing your college transcripts is 30 Days. For questions regarding your Registry account, please contact info@thearizonaregistry.org.