Power Point Slides:
Video Session: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dotPobNCdG4
Disclaimer: “The first 10 mins of the session were unfortunately not recorded, but for more information or any specific questions, please contact Star Mohatt at SMohatt@co.humboldt.ca.us or 707-445-7389 or Jennifer Black at JBlack@changingtidesfs.org or 707-444-8293.”
Interested in Participating in Quality Counts Humboldt?
The IMPACT, QCC and CSPP programs are extending the deadline for all of the grants for another week, to Feb 10, 2021.
If you participated in both QCC (QRIS) and IMPACT, you can just stay in QCC (QRIS) if you like, or you can apply to IMPACT 2020. But unlike in past years, you can only receive a stipend from one program, even if you choose to participate in both for the coaching and networking opportunities.
325 2nd Street Suite 201 Eureka, CA 95501
Si participó tanto en QCC (QRIS) como en IMPACT, puede permanecer en QCC (QRIS) si lo desea, o puede postularse para IMPACT 2020. Pero a diferencia de años anteriores, solo puede recibir un estipendio de un programa, incluso si eliges participar en ambas oportunidades de coaching y networking.
Las solicitudes pueden enviarse por correo electrónico a Star Mohatt SMohatt@co.humboldt.ca.us o Jennifer Black email@example.com o también puede enviarlas por correo a la oficina de correos.
325 2nd Street Suite 201 Eureka, CA 95501
You can find more information about the program and the application process through these links.
Quality Counts Humboldt Application
QCC Incentive Guidelines
What is Quality?
Quality early learning and care means learning environments, relationships, interactions, and activities support all children’s growth and development to prepare them for success in school and life.
Infographic courtesy of Alameda County Quality Counts
Why Does Quality Matter?
Research shows that children learn best in stimulating environments with well-trained and well-educated teachers and caregivers. Because the early years are the most important time in a child’s development, the higher the quality of early care and education children receive, the more children benefit.
Quality Counts California — Raising the Quality of Early Learning and Care
Quality Counts California is a statewide system of locally-implemented quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS) that help connect parents and families to high-quality early learning and care programs. Quality Counts Humboldt is a collaborative system working to make sure infants, toddlers, and preschool-age children have quality early learning experiences in our local community. Quality Counts Humboldt also provides resources and support to early learning and care providers so they can create nourishing and effective programs that will help children to grow and thrive.
Which Sites Can Participate?
Humboldt’s QRIS funding initially focused on California State Preschool Programs (CSPP), but currently includes CSPP Programs and any participating General Child Care and Development (CCTR) programs, including Family Child Care Homes and programs serving infants and toddlers, who are in good standing with Community Care Licensing. Our goal is to have programs from every area of our county, representing our diverse communities and needs, including geographic, cultural and demographic considerations. Ultimately we hope all early learning programs will choose to participate in the QRIS process, raising the level of quality countywide while giving families more information when choosing a provider.
How Are Participating Sites Rated?
Participation in Quality Counts Humboldt is voluntary. All programs and providers rated by Quality Counts Humboldt have demonstrated a commitment to quality and compliance with California’s Child Care Licensing (CCL) requirements and are rated according to criteria established by the California Department of Education in the QRIS Matrix. The ratings are a measurement of quality that is based on a program’s combined score in each of the areas outlined below.
If you have any questions about participating in Quality Counts Humboldt, please contact Star Fishel-Mohatt, QRIS Program Coordinator, at 707-445-7385 or email her at SMohatt@co.humboldt.ca.us.
The QRIS Consortium is a partnership between
Northcoast Children’s Services Changing Tides Family Services Humboldt County Office of Education 0 to 8 Mental Health Collaborative California Preschool Instruction Network Local Child Care Planning Council. College of the Redwoods First 5 Humboldt Humboldt State University