Spotlight Teachers- Garfield County

May 3, 2017

Each of our EHS partners in Garfield County chose a teacher to spotlight for Teacher Appreciation Week. Below are the teachers they’ve chosen to recognize.   Rebecca Fuller, Fuller Childcare She has stepped up to everything that has been asked of her and excelled with it. She was the first in our area to go through Colorado Shines and came out… Read more »

Teacher Appreciation Week EHS Partners- Garfield County

May 3, 2017

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! Below are early childhood educators listed from Early Learning Venture’s Early Head Start partners in Garfield County. Thank you for everything you do; we appreciate each and every one of you!   FULLER CHILDCARE Early Childhood Educators Rebecca Fuller, Director | Brian Fuller, Assistant   LIZZY’S KIDS Early Childhood Educators Elizabeth Pittman, Director | Ike Pittman, Assistant… Read more »

Spotlight Teachers- Arapahoe County

May 2, 2017

Each of our EHS partners in Arapahoe County chose a teacher to spotlight for Teacher Appreciation Week. Below are the teachers they’ve chosen to recognize.   Mrs. Amy, Preschool Teacher, Creative Learning Academy. Mrs. Amy is creative and dependable. She welcomes new ideas and displays loyalty and honesty in the workplace. Amy shows a desire to improve her job skills and excels… Read more »

Teacher Appreciation Week EHS Partners- Arapahoe County

May 2, 2017

Happy Teacher Appreciation Week! Below are early childhood educators listed from Early Learning Venture’s Early Head Start partners in Arapahoe County. Thank you for everything you do; we appreciate each and every one of you!   CREATIVE LEARNING ACADEMY Jillian Omair, Director | Gigi Omair, Manager | Amro Omair, Owner   EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATORS (EARLY HEAD START) Infant Classroom Midra Huntington, Teacher… Read more »

Child Care Provider for the Month of March: Rising Star Early Learning Center

April 11, 2017

“Our job is to build those foundations that children will carry with them for the rest of their lives,”  says Dania Kasim, Director of Rising Star Early Learning Center. Rising Star Early Learning Center opened its doors in January of 2010 to provide high quality child care to the Sheridan area. Family owned, Rising Star attributes their success to the… Read more »

Early Learning Ventures Visits Arapahoe Community College to Discuss Careers in Early Childhood Education

March 15, 2017

This past Wednesday evening, Jennifer Rosendo, Early Learning Ventures’ (ELV) Family & Community Coordinator, spoke to students at Arapahoe Community College about exploring career opportunities- outside of being an educator- in Early Childhood Education (ECE). Thank you, Arapahoe Community College, for this opportunity. ELV is always excited to share about what the ECE field has to offer for future educators… Read more »

Child Care Provider of the Month for January: Kids’ Castle

February 15, 2017

Roger and Stephanie Olsen are the, Owners and Directors of Kids’ Castle Child Care in Arapahoe County. As small business owners, Roger and Stephanie know that every dollar counts and are very diligent about keeping their classroom enhanced for quality early childhood education. From partnering with Early Learning Ventures, Roger and Stephanie now have the additional finances for enriching their… Read more »

ELV Team: New Year, New Ways to Make a Positive Impact in 2017

February 9, 2017

As the new year rolls in, our team has developed a plan to foster ideas from every single person within the team. We’ve decided to focus our weekly team meetings on making positive changes that have a lasting impact not only for our work but for our everyday lives. For each of our weekly meetings, several members of the team… Read more »

Stronger Together: A Testimonial from a Child Care Center Partner

February 2, 2017

A testimonial from Ms. Roberta, Owner and Director of Grand Valley Child Care A year ago I was down to 16 children, bringing in 12 cents a month profit, earning no paycheck for four years to ensure all other bills and responsibilities were taken care of. At times, not knowing how we were going to feed the children and staff… Read more »