LPC Meeting Agenda
September 8, 2009
Trinity County’s Local Child Care Planning Council
Date: September 08, 2009
Location: Trinity County Office of Education Conference Room Time: 2 – 4 pm
I. CALL to ORDER / WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS Chairperson: Judy Gray
Coordinator: Sally Aldinger
II. MINUTES OF May 12, 2009 Review / Approve
III. COMMUNICATIONS and CORRESPONDENCE Information/Discuss
IV. REPORTS OF COMMITTEES Report/ Update
Executive Committee: Met prior to today’s meeting to discuss MB 09-07.
V. UNFINISHED BUSINESS
A. Kinder Camp, held at Alps on WES campus July 13 – August 13; proposed for
Summer 2010 at Alps PreK; funded by First 5 School Readiness. Report/Update
B. CARES 2008-09: 20 participants for 08-09 earned a total of $13,737.69 in incentive payments; paid
with combination of First 5 ($8,337.69) and AB 212 ($5,400) funds. Report/Update
This was final year for CARES funding from First 5 CA; some county First 5s will be funding it locally.
C. AB 212 2008-09: The 08-09 $10,000 budget was fully-expended. Info/Update
D. AB 212 2009-10: We have not yet received 09-10 contract. Info/Update
If we do, then we can implement for all CDD-funded staff, including FCC network providers.
VI. NEW BUSINESS
A. Membership: Welcome newly-appointed Council member Shannon Thompson
We now have a full Council! Info/Update
B. Management Bulletin 09-07 (MB 09-07) outlines new responsibilities for LPCs.
LPCs will facilitate transfer requests between willing contractors to assist CDE in maximizing use of CDD
funds between CDE-CDD-funded agencies. In Trinity County we only have one contractor.
C. Procedure for the Voluntary, Temporary Transfer of Funds Consider/Approve
D. LPC Budget for 2009-10—must be submitted to State by Sept. 30 Consider/Approve
E. Flu-like Illnesses Go to www.flu.gov for CDE Guidance on Helping Child Care and
Early Childhood Programs Respond to Influenza during the 2009-10 Influenza Season;
Handouts in LPC packet may be shared with parents: Info/Update
Preventing the Flu: Good Habits Can Help Stop Germs
Influenza-like Illness Symptom Screening Tool for Parents and Caregivers
F. Preschool Consortium: Will meet Monday, September 14 from 1:30 -4:30 @ TCOE
for CPIN presentation on Social Emotional: Self-Regulation
G. First 5 CA Legacy Process: The First 5 California Project Legacy Public Input Survey is
now on-line and accessible at http://www.ccfc.ca.gov/press/legacy.asp
See handout Consolidated List of Expert Panel Potential Measurable Program Goals.
The purpose of survey is to prioritize the 52 measurable program goals developed through an expert
panel and three public input forums. The survey will be available until midnight Sept. 9 th.
H. Child Care Legislative Summary as of September 1, 2009. Info/Update
Note SBX3-25: Senator Cox is trying to take First 5 funds again (p. 9).
LPC Meeting Agenda
September 8, 2009
VII. PUBLIC INPUT/ANNOUNCEMENTS Information
VIII. OTHER Info/Update
A. S’Cool Moves Workshop: October 10 at HRN, from 8:30 – 3 pm, PreK focus
B. Preschool Consortium dates for 2009-10: Sept. 14, Nov. 2, March 1, May 3 Info
C. LPC meeting dates for 2009-10: Sept. 8, Nov.10, Jan.12, March 9, May 11 Info
D. Child Development Permits and teaching credentials: Info
On-line Child Development Permit renewal. Read about on-line permit renewal below
Note: Project to pay Permit application fees has been extended to September 30, 2009.
E. Newsletters: Reading Connection, Recipes for Success, and Math + Science
Connection available for all PreK sites. Info
For the period through September 2009, the CARES Permit Project will pay the permit application and fingerprint
(Live Scan) processing fees (if applicable) for the following first-time, renewal, or upgraded Child Development
Permits: Assistant, Associate Teacher, Teacher, Master Teacher, Site Supervisor and Program Director.
Online Renewal--Save Time! Receive your permit in two weeks! Assistant and Associate Teacher Permit holders
are NOT eligible to renew their permit online. These permit holders will need to mail their application to renew six
months to a year in advance of their permit expiring. Holders of Child Development Teacher, Master Teacher, Site
Supervisor and/or Program Director permits may renew online. CDTC will reimburse $55 of the $57 renewal fee
(you will need to pay by MasterCard or Visa debit or credit card). Follow the instructions on Insert #3-b in the CDD
permit application on how to apply for the renewal online and to be reimbursed the $55.00. Go to
www.childdevelopment.org for a copy of the CDD Permit App. instructions, or go directly to the California
Commission on Teacher Credentialing website www.ctc.ca.gov; click ―renew online‖.