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Hero Relief program

The Hero Relief Program provided enhanced support for families receiving child care subsidy and for licensed providers operating through the pandemic.

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Next week! Join us virtually Friday, February 4, for our next Children's Cabinet and Early Childhood Stakeholder Group meetings.
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Details and registration: https://t.co/WA4T8tOc1L
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1-800-CHILDREN is here to provide 24/7 support without judgment. No question is too big or too small when it comes to parenting. Free, confidential support in English, Spanish and multiple other languages. For more information, visit https://t.co/wupK0zUn4x @KCSL https://t.co/PxE19okZ51 KCCTF photo
Join us for a Career Pathway Feedback Session this evening (1/26) or Friday morning (1/28). Sessions are open to all child care providers and staff members.
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What does increased funding from @ksdehq mean for kindergarten readiness in Kansas? https://t.co/E1lqvBi73u #AllinForKansasKidsā­ https://t.co/vSFHUM3HLs KCCTF photo
Are you a Kansas early childhood professional? Check out the Stakeholder Resource Directory compiled by the Kansas Early Childhood Recommendations Panel - an ever-evolving resource to strengthen relationships across the state.
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