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Teacher Classroom Management 2018

MECC is once again offering a free series of classes from the Teacher Classroom Management Training Series. This is a series of five classes and attendance is required for all five days.

Teacher Classroom Management Training Series

Teacher Classroom Management Training Series Class Schedule:

  • September 7th
  • November 2nd
  • December 7th
  • February 15th
  • April 12th

Classes are free of charge, coaching is included and lunch is provided.

This curriculum is from the Incredible Years and is a great series of classes for both new teachers and seasoned teachers alike. We all learn so much from each other!

For additional information, contact Vangi at 970-564-3211 or vangim@monteloresecc.org.

To register for the Teacher Classroom Management Series, click the link below:

REGISTER

Save the Date: CAEYC Fall Conference Sept 22, 2018

The annual COAEYC Conference is just around the corner!

The upcoming Colorado Association for the Education of Young Children conference will be held on on September 22nd, 2018, in Durango, CO at Fort Lewis College.

If you are needing continuing education hours, this is a great way to get them, have fun and network with other Early Childhood Professionals.

Cost and registration info can be found here:

Download 2018 COAEYC PDF

For more information, please contact Cassandra O’Neill at caeyc@coloradoaeyc.org.

2018 Children’s Festival and Health Fair

Southwest Health System & the Montelores Early Childhood Council have combined super forces for the 2018 Community 9 Health Fair in Cortez!

Children’s Festival & 9Health Fair:

April 14th, 8am-2pm

Montezuma Cortez High School

The super fair is open to kids & adults! Come enjoy health screenings at low prices for adults and FREE CHILDREN’S SCREENINGS including Dental, Hearing, Development and more!

Children's Festival and Health Fair - Montelores Early Childhood Council

June Family Night: Night of the Wild Things (Redo)

May 2017 MECC Family Night - Night of the Wild Things

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The Montelores Early Childhood Council Presents:

Night of the Wild Things – Redo!

Due to snow, our May Family Night: Night of the Wild Things, had to be rescheduled. The next Night of the Wild Things will be on June 29th.

Join us for a family-friendly evening of fun and engaging educational activities based on the classic children’s book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.

Where: Centennial Park in Cortez, Colorado
When: Thursday, June 29th, 2017
Time: 5:30 – 7:00pm

Please RSVP by calling 970-564-3211 or emailing mecc@monteloresecc.org so we know you are coming! This helps us ensure that we have enough food and supplies for everyone. See you there!

May Family Night: Night of the Wild Things

May 2017 MECC Family Night - Night of the Wild Things

Click to download flyer PDF

The Montelores Early Childhood Council Presents:

Night of the Wild Things

Join us for a family-friendly evening of fun and engaging educational activities based on the classic children’s book Where the Wild Things Are by Maurice Sendak.

Where: Centennial Park in Cortez, Colorado
When: Thursday, May 18th, 2017
Time: 5:30 – 7:00pm

Please RSVP by calling 970-564-3211 or emailing mecc@monteloresecc.org so we know you are coming! This helps us ensure that we have enough food and supplies for everyone. See you there!

Barbara Coloroso Presentation at the Dolores High School

Barbara Coloroso speech at the Dolores High School

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International best selling author and speaker Barbara Coloroso will be giving a talk for free on April 11th at the Dolores High School. Barbara Coloroso is a consultant on parenting, teaching, school discipline, bullying, and restorative justice. This is a wonderful opportunity for our community! Child care will be provided in the Dolores Elementary library.

When: Tuesday, April 11, 2017
Where: Dolores High School Gym
Time: 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Cost: FREE!

This event is sponsored by the Dolores School District RE-4A. For more info, contact School Counselor Karen Finch at (970) 882-4866.