Provide for the optimal development of children and families, ensuring all children enter kindergarten healthy and ready to learn and thrive.


All children birth-5 and their families will have access to age-appropriate developmental screening programs that will ensure they enter kindergarten at their maximum potential.

Increase number of families receiving in-home visiting pre- and post-natal services

Workgroup: Carroll County Early Childhood Coalition (CCECC)

The CCECC identifies common priorities and activities that will create a coordinated system of support for young children and their families in Carroll County. The CCCECC is a member of Spark NH’s Early Childhood Community of Practice in that it will strive to meet SparkNH’s stated goals:

Children and families in NH have the best opportunities for early and lifelong health.

Effective learning opportunities are provided in all settings including the home, childcare and after school programs, preschools and elementary schools from birth through the primary grades.

Families have the skills, basic resources, and supports to promote their children’s development and learning starting before birth and continuing through the primary grades.

NH’s young children and their families have the benefit of well-coordinated early childhood programs and services that Work effectively on their behalf. 


Last Tuesday of each month (except July, August and December): noon-1:30pm at Children Unlimited, Inc. Contact: Emily Benson at Emily.Benson@graniteuw.org


January 2018                              October 2017                                October 2016 
                                                        September 2017                           September 2016
                                                        May 2017                                       May 2016      
                                                        April 2017                                      April 2016
                                                        March 2017                                   March 2016
                                                        February 2017                              February 2016
                                                        January 2017                                January 2016


Transitioning Your Child To Kindergarten: Wednesday, March 21st from 5:30-7:00pm 

Join area kindergarten teachers for this FREE EVENT at Conway Public Library. Kindergarten is a big step for you and your child; learn more about a typical kindergartener’s day, ask questions and share concerns. Local kindergarten teachers will be in attendance to share what a typical day is like in kindergarten at their school. It is a great opportunity for parents to ask questions and share concerns prior to their child’s kindergarten registration day. Sandwiches and salad and childcare will be provided. Space is limited therefore pre-registration is required by contacting the Conway Public Library at 603.447.5552 . Registration Deadline is Friday, March 16th.


Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Support Group 
The Childrens Center - 180 South Main St. Wolfeboro
3rd Tue month, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm

Crossings - Bereavement Support for Children and Families
Peer Support Group meet at the MWV Childrens Museum
Contact Program Coordinator, Julie Lanoie for more information at 603-356-7006 ext 43

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