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Posted on 05.01.2020, Friday

DPfC- Staying Connected while Far Away!

The Partnership has been busy Staying connected while far away, working relentlessly to make sure that our Social media and website is a hub for resources for teachers and families.  Our staff is not only working to make sure we have the latest resources available to you, but we are also continuously creating ways to deliver those resources. The Partnership encourages everyone to visit our Facebook page on a weekly basis:

 Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library Storytime: 

The Partnership presents “Reading Together while Far Away”! We want to keep you and your Children engaged in active learning! Join us every Monday, Wednesday & Friday at 11 am EST ( English Story) and 2 pm EST (Spanish Story).

Tuesdays with Taylor:


Come join us Tuesdays with Taylor, our PreK Quality Specialist! Take advantage of the amazing resources that are provided for Educators and Parents.

Thriving Thursdays with Courtney: 


Tune in as Family Engagement Specialist, Courtney Kelly provides Parents and Families with resources, promoting holistic health and wellness for the family!

Question of the Week 

Question: Where can I find resources and information about child care available, learning from home, and COVID-19 in general?

Answer: Durham’s Partnership for Children has put together a resource list for all in Durham! This resource list includes different tabs at the bottom with categories of resources available to children, adolescents, and adults in Durham. Parents and guardians can discover great home learning activities under the “Educational & Fun” tab, essential workers can find emergency child care information under the “Child Care” tab, and child care providers can find information under the “Child Care Providers” tab. Take a look at the resources available in the community by visiting https://dpfc.net/parents/

Pregunta de la Semana 


Pregunta: ¿Dónde puedo encontrar recursos e información sobre cuidado de niños que estén disponibles, información sobre aprendiendo desde casa y información de COVID-19 en general?

Respuesta: Durham’s Partnership for Children ha elaborado una lista de recursos para todos en Durham! Esta lista de recursos incluye diferentes pestañas en la parte inferior con categorías de recursos disponibles para niños, adolescentes y adultos en Durham. Los padres y tutores pueden descubrir grandes actividades de aprendizaje en el hogar bajo la pestaña “Educación y Diversión”, trabajadores esenciales pueden encontrar información de cuidado infantil de emergencia en la pestaña “Cuidado infantil”, y los proveedores de cuidado infantil pueden encontrar información en la pestaña “Proveedores de cuidado infantil”. Échele un vistazo a los recursos disponibles en la comunidad visitando https://dpfc.net/parents/. Si tiene mas preguntas puede mandarle un correo electrónico a jeffrey@dpfc.net.

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