Celebrating ‘week of the young child’

April 9, 2013 

Young children here in York and Clover deserve the best that we can give them. Week of the Young Child, held April 14-20, is a time to recognize the needs of young children, and to thank the adults who are involved in their education and care.

Celebrating ‘week of the young child’

Young children here in York and Clover deserve the best that we can give them.

Week of the Young Child, held April 14-20, is a time to recognize the needs of young children, and to thank the adults who are involved in their education and care.

This year’s theme is “Early Years Are Learning Years.” Parents, teachers, caregivers and other adults play important roles in the lives of young children, and Week of the Young Child celebrates their efforts.

We can show our support for early learning in our community by promoting early literacy programs, thanking teachers who care for our children and working to ensure that our public policies support early learning for all young children.

Week of the Young Child is a time to focus our attention on bringing the people in Western York County together for our children.

Penny Sanders

Parenting/Family Literacy Resource Center coordinator, York school district

Nina Feemster

Parenting/Family Literacy Resource Center coordinator, Clover school district

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