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Child Care & Development Planning Council
2014 Council and Committees

The Sacramento LPC is scheduled to meet bi-monthly on the Third Thursday from 12:00 3:00 pm at Sacramento County Office of Education, 10474 Mather Blvd., Mather, California 95655 unless otherwise posted. Sac LPC meetings are open to the public. Please check the Child Action, Inc. Calendar of Events for upcoming meeting dates & times.

Committee Meetings are generally held monthly at Sacramento County Office of Education, 10474 Mather Blvd., Mather, California 95655, but are subject to change. 

Please email sacramentocountylpc@scoe.net or call (916) 228-2556 to be added to the email list for the full council and/or any committee.  Meeting materials can be found here

Questions?

Telephone: 916-228-2556

Email: sacramentocountylpc@scoe.net

Executive Committee:The Executive Committee is made up of committee chairs of each of the Council’s committees along with the Council chair, vice-chair, and past-chair.  This committee is responsible for the oversight of membership terms, bylaws, and correspondence with the County boards.  The Executive Committee also sets the agenda for the Council meetings. 

Executive Committee generally meets on the Second Thursday of every month at 11:30 am at Child Action, Inc.

Quality/CARES Committee: The goal of the Quality/CARES Committee is to support the development of a highly skilled workforce of ECE professionals who will provide consistent, high quality care for Sacramento children.  The committee works to meet this goal through oversight of the Sacramento CARES Program managed by Child Action, Inc. and the development of policies for the program.  The committee is also responsible for review and updating of the Early Learning Workforce Development and Building Excellence sections of the LPC Five Year Child Care Plan and monitoring quality and workforce initiatives throughout the county. 

Quality/CARES Committee generally meets on the Fourth Tuesday of every month at 9:00 am at Child Action, Inc.

Joint Data/Needs Assessment and Public Relations Committee: The Public Relations Committee is responsible for developing and organizing community forums, developing educational materials, and outreach to the general community about issues in the child development field and the general importance of care. The committee is also responsible for the dissemination and distribution of the LPC Five Year Child Care Plan and its updates, developed primarily by the Data/Needs Assessment Committee. 

Joint Data/Needs Assessment and Public Relations Committee meets on the First Thursday of every month at 9:00 am at Child Action, Inc.

For meeting materials, please see our Meeting Materials page.   

 

 

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