THE FIRST FIVE YEARS

Why Early Childhood Matters

THE FIRST FIVE YEARS

Why Early Childhood Matters

THE FIRST FIVE YEARS

Why Early Childhood Matters

First Impressions
Candidate Forum

2020

Routt County Commissioner 
Douglas Monger (Unaffiliated Candidate) 
Tim Redmond (Democratic Party) 
Colorado House of Representatives District 26
Dylan Roberts (Democratic Party)
Unopposed
Colorado State Board of Education
Mayling Simpson (Democratic Party) 
Joyce Rankin (Republican Party) 

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Colorado State Senate District 8
Bob Rankin (Republican Party) 
Karl Hanlon (Democratic Party) 

Why Early Childhood Matters

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the First Five Years

Why Early Childhood Matters

With 90% of brain development occurring before the age of 5, we know the time to invest in young children is during the first five years of life. 

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the First Five Years

Change the First Five Years and You Change Everything

Learn about the importance of early childhood development. 

Early Childhood

Adverse Childhood Experiences

Adverse childhood experiences (ACE) “literally get(s) under our skin and change(s) our physiology” resulting in lifelong costly consequences. Early childhood education is a timely preventive investment.

Healthy Experiences Build Brain Development

Brain Development

Children’s brain development is an ongoing process. Early experiences are the building blocks for healthy brain architecture.

Child Care

The Importance of Quality Child Care

Childcare is important on so many levels. It allows parents to feel comfortable knowing they have a trusted childcare provider. It also allows the parents the opportunity to maintain and grow their presence in the workforce. 

Location

135 6th St.
Steamboat Springs, CO
80487

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