We partner with local organizations like libraries, Creekside Community Center, Bloomington Public Health, daycare providers, and more! We support...
- Families with children age 0-5
- Childcare providers serving young families
- Community partners looking to engage young families
We also offer the free appointments to talk directly with a parent educator about your unique parenting challenges, find resources or develop a plan that will fit you and your family.
Our programs benefit families with children ages 0-5 and address topics like challenging behavior, figuring out routines, toilet training, sibling relationships, developmental concerns and other parenting challenges.
Contact us for the latest information.
Child care providers play a critical role in the early learning of young children. We can help you address specific behavior challenges, take advantage of community resources for children or simply be a sounding board for child development challenges you may be experiencing.
Talk directly with our expert team about your specific issues, get resources and develop a plan that will fit you and your business.
The Bloomington Early Learning Advisory Council is a group of volunteer parents and caregivers interested in promoting the goals of Bloomington Public Schools Early Childhood programs which serve our youngest learners, age birth through 5.
Our work is focused in four areas:
- Planning events that bring our families together
- Increasing awareness of ECFE and all Early Learning programs so more families know about them
- Raising money to support our Early Learning programs
- Providing feedback to continually improve our Early Learning programs
For more information please visit www.bloomingtonearlyadvisors.org
We're always looking for new ways to connect with Bloomington children and better serve families! We welcome your questions, ideas and feedback.
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Spanish Community Liaison
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Somali Community Liaison