Early Learning Hub Committees

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Early Learning Hub of Clackamas County Governance Council

The Governance Council is the governing body of the hub. The Council's purpose is to convene partners and engage families in early childhood care and education to create a more coordinated system of services that will improve outcomes for Clackamas County’s most at risk families. Its overarching goals are to ensure kindergarten readiness, stable and attached families and early learning system coordination in Clackamas County. Clackamas County Early Learning Hub Council members acknowledge and strongly support family engagement and equity as key values underpinning its early learning work. 


Mission: to create a high quality early learning system that integrates and coordinates efforts to ensure all children are ready for Kindergarten, and reading at grade level by the end of the 3rd grade.


Meetings:

2nd Tuesday of the Month from 8:30am-10:30am 

Locations vary.  


For more information about the Governance Council, contact Annette Dieker- adieker@clackamas.us


Clackamas County Early Childhood Committee (CCECC)

The Early Learning Hub Council (CCECC) is an advisory committee for the Clackamas County Early Learning Hub Council. Their goal is to improve the early learning system. Representatives from early care and education, health and wellness, K-12 and higher education, parents, community organizations, and businesses serve on this committee. Founded in 2011, the CCECC helped establish the Early Learning Hub vision of healthy and stable families and children. The committee meets monthly to discuss key initiatives and early childhood health and education programs.  The mission is to create a high quality early learning system that integrates and coordinates efforts to ensure all children are ready for Kindergarten, and reading at grade level by the end of the 3rd grade.


Meetings:

4th Tuesday of the Month from 1:30pm- 3:30pm 

150 Beavercreek Rd, Oregon City, OR 97045


For more information about CCECC, contact Annette Dieker- adieker@clackamas.us

Parent Advisory Committees (PAC)

The Hub has two Parent Advisory Councils (PAC)- one in English and one in Spanish.  The PACs are made up of  parents who volunteer their time to promote the goals of the Hub and have an interest in early childhood education and  programming. Our program's mission is to strengthen and empower Clackamas County families through quality education and support in parenting and parent-child relationships.  The Parent Advisory Committee advises the goverance on a variety of issues affecting parents of young children, including policy, programming, how money is spent, equity, and what events are important to families. One of the goals of the Parent Advisory Committee is to strengthen the link between our families and schools.  All parents are welcome to attend any meetings.


English Speaking Meetings:

The first Thursday of every other month from 6-8:30pm. All parents are welcome to attend.

Oregon City Public Library

606 John Adams St. Oregon City

Spanish Speaking Meetings:

The first Thursday of every other month from 5:30-8.  All parents welcome to attend.

Wichita Center, 6031 SE King Rd, Milwaulkie


For more information about the Parent Advisory Committees, 

contact Chelsea Hamilton- chamilton@clackamas.us