The Clarkston Early Learning Network (CELN) met August 20 at the Clarkston Library to share information about existing, new, and proposed programs and activities serving Clarkston families and young children. Exciting programs for children and pre-school teachers offered by the Carlos Museum and early childhood courses offered by Georgia Piedmont Technical College were presented.
Reports included an update of the CDF Early Learning Community Trust and the family child care training offered by CPACS and IRC. Attendees discussed state requirements for starting up a family child care home business. Lynn Manfredi, a Decatur family child care provider, author, officer in the Georgia Family Child Care Association, and national expert shared her experiences.
CELN meets the 3rd Wednesday of each month, 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.at the Clarkston Library.
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