Hubs are an organized group of people collaborating toward a shared vision and shared goals. There are 16 Hubs in Oregon, supporting children, prenatally through six years and their families. Early Learning Hubs collaborate with early childhood programs to translate the research on early development into result-oriented interventions and programs.
Goal 1: Aligned, coordinated, and family-centered early childhood system
Goal 2: Children are supported to enter school ready to succeed
Goal 3: Families are healthy, stable and attached
Early Learning Hubs are designed to make early learning resources and supports more available, more accessible, and more effective for children and families that have historically been over-represented in the opportunity gap and under-represented in achievement.
The Early Learning Hub of Clackamas County serves ten school districts, with
11,791 at risk children ages 0-6.
We love our community partners, so feel free to join us for our monthly Clackamas County Early Childhood Committee Meetings! Click on the "Get Involved" Page for more information.
150 Beavercreek Road, Oregon City, OR 97045