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Educare Central Maine is turning 10!

Educare Central Maine kicks off it’s 10th birthday celebrations with a banner above Main Street in Waterville.  Many thanks to all of our amazing families, uplifting supporters and stellar staff for a great 10 years!

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Director of the Office of Head Start visits Educare Central Maine!

Early last week we were the lucky recipients of a virtual visit from Dr. Bergeron (or Dr. B as we all like to call her), the Director of the Office of Head Start, as she sought to connect with Head Start programs to discuss the joys and challenges of successfully operating during COVID-19 and to […]

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Educare Central Maine receives 2020 Catalyst Grant

Educare Central Maine is excited to announce that we have been awarded a Catalyst Grant from Kennebec Savings Bank to support our children and families during the pandemic.  We have some amazing partnerships that are helping to change lives! FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 1, 2020 Contact: Amanda Cooley, Community Engagement Director ACooley@KennebecSavings.Bank 207-622-5801 or cell […]

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Educare in Waterville Recognizes Teachers

  Happy Teacher Appreciation week to our own incredible teaching and family services staff and to everyone one who helps positively shape the life of a child! https://www.wabi.tv/content/news/Local-volunteers-recognize-teachers–570325321.html 

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Letter to the Editor:Waterville’s Chief of Police, Joe Massey – Early Learning Critical for Kids

A recent article in the Central Maine newspapers about the Educare early learning and development center in Waterville caught my attention. It was heartwarming to read about the “Parking Lot Pickup” initiative Educare started to help make sure kids and families have food and the supplies they need during the coronavirus pandemic. With schools and learning centers […]

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Educare Central Maine COVID-19 Update: May 5, 2020

To our Early Childhood Program Families: It’s May- and families enrolled in our early childhood programs are doing an exceptional job parenting as you maneuver the Covid-19 pandemic! The partnership examples between home and school are numerous, and an excellent model for your children as they experience how a community comes together in a supportive […]

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Educare receives hundreds of children’s books

Educare received hundreds of children’s books to assist families in need of reading and educational materials from Mid-Maine Chamber of Commerce, SAPPI and Marden’s Discount Store. Read the full story here.

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E-Learning Continues

E-Learning Continues   Connections with children and families will continue through the technology approach implemented over this past month. What a partnership between staff and parents to keep the home/school relationship strong! Parents are doing an incredible job juggling so many responsibilities during this challenging time.   Our Educare and Skowhegan childcare programs remain closed […]

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