The Community Early Childhood Council (CECC) was formed in an effort to meet the needs of children and their families by ensuring the best possible care and education across all child care settings within our community. We have recently merged with Clark, Estill, Madison, and Montgomery Counties and formed the new 0 to 5 Community Early Childhood Council. The local Councils were built upon Kentucky's vision of providing all young children an environment in which they can remain safe while developing the skills necessary for them to be successful in both their personal and educational lives. Our Council believes that it is paramount that we develop a means to bridge the gaps between home, school and community agencies so that this Vision can be fulfilled and our children can reach their full potential.
Michelle Napier : Chair Media/ Communication Coordinator:
Kristi Lunceford: Secretary Madison Co.PL- Ruthie Maslin: Fiscal Agent
Karla Willis: Treasurer Project Manager: Kristi Lunceford
Jennifer Whitt: Berea Independent Kara Davies: Clark County
Mary Raider: Estill County Karla Willis: Madison County
Martha Escalante: Montgomery County
Community Action Council ( Head Start)
April Mullins- Datko: South Central CAC Martinea Roe: Gateway CAC
Ken Simon: Bowen Elementary Crystal Meadows: Stanton Elementary
Clark County: Kathy True & Becky Mathieu Estill County:
Madison County: Delee Collier & Jaime Periode Montgomery County: Lesia Whitaker
Powell County: Sharon Walker
Jessica Hart: Berea RTC Rae'Chell Baker: Powell Co. Library
Rebecca Crawford: EKU Phillis Adams: Community Advocate
Amy Winn: First Steps
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Registration/Screening for the Powell Co. Preschool & Prep Academy at Powell for the 2019-2020 school year will occur at:
Prep Academy at Powell on LaDonna Dr. in
Clay City, KY.
Appointments must be scheduled!!!
Please contact Cecily Anaya or Tiffany Kennon for an appointment for either Friday May 10th or Friday May 17th at 606-663-2937
PLEASE BRING: Child’s certified birth certificate/ Proof of age, Proof of income (W2 Forms, Employer Letter, Child Care Service Agreement, Supplemental Security Income letter, or and Check Stub)
These programs provide a free preschool education to children who are three or four years old by Aug. 1, 2019 and if space is available. Eligibility is based on family income; except when a child has a disability. Three and four year olds with a disability are given priority in attending a preschool program. In order to determine which program your child is eligible to attend, the family’s income and family’s place of residence (for transportation purposes) will be taken into consideration.
Connect the Dot
June 22, 2019 at the Extension Office