The Administration for Children and Families, the U.S. Department of Education, the Office of Child Care, and Head Start are working to decrease the rate of child fatality due to vehicular heatstroke, in 2014 at least 17 children died of heatstroke. Download the poster and flyer here.
Welcome to LINC
The Local Investment Commission (LINC) is a citizen-driven community collaborative involving efforts by the state of Missouri to work with neighborhood leaders, citizens, business, civic and labor leaders to improve the lives of children and families in the Kansas City region. Learn more about LINC.
Kansas City is hosting members of the National Alliance of Black School Educators for tour visits of its schools. Members were welcomed at A.C.C.P.A. Wednesday, November 19 with student dances, choir, band, and drum line performances.
Newest graduates of Developing Your Family Child Care Business equipped to expand child care support
Developing Your Family Child Care Business graduated its newest class Monday, November 17 at MCC-Penn Valley. This 12 session program is sponsored in a partnership between the Francis Institute for Child & Youth Development and LINC. Graduates emerge from the program with skills to develop and sustain their own quality child care business.
Roosevelt Dickerson, LINC Site Coordinator in K.C.P.S., and Carolyn Bruce-Hill and Lindsay Smith, LINC Works Case Managers, are being recognized this month for their efforts to the community. LINC and LINC Works as whole continue to provide support to area families and communities.