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A seasoned financial executive, Jane Williams joined the Clayton Early Learning executive management team as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in August 2018.

If you’re anything like me – a political nerd at heart – you’re probably still reeling from the excitement of the November 6 midterm elections! The country saw the highest voter turnout for midterm elections since 1966 and Colorado’s rate was one of the highest in the country with just under 60 percent of Colorado voters participating in this year’s election. At Clayton we are processing the results of the election and planning for the upcoming 2019 legislative session.  

Thanks to the generosity of The Epworth Foundation, Eastern Hills Community Church, Heart for the World Christian Center and individuals, Clayton Early learning deliver more than 200 Thanksgiving baskets to Clayton Early Learning families for the holiday.

Support Clayton Early Learning on Colorado Gives Day, Dec. 4, 2018, and support quality early childhood education for children in our community with limited opportunities. And, as an added bonus, your contribution is eligible for the Colorado Child Care Contribution Tax Credit!

Charlotte Brantley, the president and CEO of Clayton Early Learning, announced today that she will retire in 2019, following 13 years with the organization. Brantley will remain in place while the Clayton Board of Trustees conducts a national search for her successor.

Check out the many exciting career opportunities available at Clayton Early Learning.

Ready to Grow! Learn about planting day in Clayton's on campus Moonbeam Garden!

Mentoring a child helps them to see unlimited possibilities for the future, learn something new and most importantly, realize that somebody cares about them.

In the early morning of April 21, more than 100 volunteers from Comcast and Clayton gathered at the Historic Clayton Campus for Comcast Cares Day - the nation's largest single-day corporate volunteer effort and a powerful representation of the company's year-round commitment to community service

Designscapes Colorado, Inc. and their work at the Clayton campus garden were recently awarded by the Associated Landscape Contractors of Colorado (ALCC) with The ELITE Award for Community Service.

APRIL 13 - Senator Michael Bennet visits the Historic Clayton Campus and Educare Denver to see quality early childhood education practices in action and learn more about the long-term benefits that quality services deliver.

Walk, stroll and play with us on May 8 when we rally at Colorado's State Capitol and encourage policy makers to Think Babies™. So pack up your strollers and meet us on the West Stairs of the Capitol at 9:30am for a family-friendly walk, followed by a giant play date on the Capitol's East Lawn - including awesome giveaways, activities for kids and caregivers, entertainment and more! Learn more about Strolling Thunder, connect with other attendees and join the Think Babies™ movement on our event Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/StrollingThunderCO/

When it comes to living an altruistic lifestyle, there are lots of ways to get involved this National Poetry Month. Today we dive into a few ideas to get started.

Turns out, helping others can actually help you live longer. You heard that right: the key to a long and fruitful life might exist in what you give, not in what you get.

WASHINGTON - Congress has approved an increase of more than $3 BILLION for child care and early learning, including:

• $610 million increase for Head Start - with $115 million of those dollars dedicated to Early Head Start expansion or Early Head Start partnerships
• $35 million increase for CCAMPIS, funding child care for mothers who are college students
• $20 million increase for 21st Century Community Learning Centers, supporting after school programs
• $11.4 million increase for Part C of IDEA
• $12.8 million increase for Part B, Section 619 of IDEA
• $250 million flat funding structure for Preschool Development Grants

Big thanks to the Senators and Representatives who made this possible!