In collaboration with key early childhood partners, ECPAC supports early literacy development with families of children ages 0-5 through a public awareness/parent education campaign and parenting classes using best practices. While classes are held throughout the County, they are concentrated in areas where elementary schools have very low reading scores. The primary purpose is to bring awareness of the importance of early literacy development for long term school and life success with easy to implement strategies.

Primary Role of Program in Early Childhood Systems:

Direct Service

Service Area(s):


Population(s) Served:

Newborn, Infants, Toddlers, Preschoolers, Kindergartners, Families

Outcome-Based Activities The Program/Initiative Provides:

Family Support & Education

Family knowledge and capacity support children’s healthy development and learning
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Learning & Development

Education, coaching and ongoing training exist for caregivers, teachers and other professionals
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Learning & Development

All children are ready for school and achieving by 3rd grade regardless of ability, race, place, income, language and culture
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Program evaluates effectiveness of activities and services:


Organization Details:
the Early Childhood Partnership of Adams County

8859 Fox Drive, Suite 205
Thornton, Colorado 80260

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ECLC Framework Matrix: Outcomes > access, quality and equity