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FAIRFIELD – The Solano County Office of Education, in collaboration with the Solano Child Care Planning Board and other community organizations, will host the first Early Childhood Educator Program of the year in Solano.

“This event will honor early childhood educators who demonstrate excellence in the care and education of young Solano children through their passion, integrity, and commitment,” the county office of education said in a statement.

“SCOE encourages parents, educators, administrators, business owners, community members, and any adult who lives or works in Solano County to nominate early childhood educators who have made a difference in their community,” the statement said. Any early education and care provider in Solano County, including teachers, aides, guides, food service, transportation, school site managers, and family child care owner/managers, who serve children ages infant through preschool, may be nominated for this recognition. supervisor.”

Research reveals that experiences during the first five years of a person’s life affect brain development and will affect health, learning, and other personal abilities in the long term.

“Early childhood educators are critical to children’s growth and development and are vital to Solano County’s workforce and economic stability — quote from the Director of Early Learning,” the statement said.

The deadline to nominate someone is 5 p.m. Nomination forms can be found at Or by calling the Solano County Office of Education at 707-399-4400.

Winners will be announced in early June, and recognized on June 22 at the Solano Child Care Planning Board meeting.

For information, contact Lisa Eckhoff, Director of Early Education, at [email protected].