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Month of the Young Child Copy

In partnership with Building Bright Futures of Southeastern Vermont and the Brattleboro Area Early Educators Network, we are proud to sponsor this month-long celebration of young children and the caregivers who lay the foundation for their future success. All Month of the Young Child events are FREE. Some events have limited space and require pre-registration. Continue reading for a full list of events.


Donor Survey

We would like to learn more about our supporters! Thank you for filling out this this short survey


Where is the Child Care?

Below is a recently published map which shows licensed and registered child care programs throughout Windham County. This map reflects the area served by Windham Child Care Association (which mirrors the Agency of Human Services district) and does not include the towns of Rockingham, Grafton, Londonderry and Windham. To expand the map, click on the expand icon on the top right.





Now Hiring Subs for Our Substitute Program

Do you like children and enjoy caring for, teaching and playing with them? Are you thinking of entering the field of early education but want to "test the waters" first? Are you looking for flexible or part-time work in a rewarding field? The Windham Child Care Association's Substitute Program may be just the opportunity you are looking for!

Windham Child Care Association's new Substitute Program aims to raise the quality of early child care and education by recruiting, hiring and training people to act as substitutes in early childhood programs. We support child care centers and family child care homes, where substitutes are needed on a regular basis.


The State of Child Care in Windham County Report

In 2013, Windham Child Care Association began it's work on the publication of a child care needs assessment by conducting  surveys with parents, early childhood educators, and employers as well as the gathering of data from various state and national reports. The full report is in the final editing stage. Below are three key findings from the report:

WCCA Key Findings 2014

Key Findings on the Accessibility of Care COLOR   B/W

Key Findings on Wages & Benefits COLOR   B/W

A Collective Vision for the Future  COLOR    B/W