November 2018 Newsletter | Meeting Children's Most Basic Needs
Meeting Children's Most Basic Needs
In our everyday efforts to prepare children for success in school, it can become natural to focus most of our attention on teaching and promoting cognitive skills. While these skills are extremely important, it is imperative that we not overlook the most basic needs that children have.  Learn More
Children and Toxic Stress
Taking Steps to Meet Children's Basic Needs
Taking Steps to Meet Children's Emotional Needs
Director's Corner: Supporting Families to Meet Children's Basic Needs
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November Observances & Holidays
  • Child Safety Protection Month
  • National Adoption Awareness Month
  • National Caregivers Appreciation Month
  • National Diabetes Awareness Month
  • National Epilepsy Month
  • Native American Heritage Month
  • Week 1 Chemistry Week
  • Week 3 Game and Puzzle Week
  • November 3 - Book Lovers Day
  • November 6 - General Election Day
  • November 10-18 - National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week
  • November 11 - Veteran's Day
  • November 13 - World Kindness Day
  • November 13 - Young Readers Day
  • November 14 - World Diabetes Day
  • November 15 - America Recycles Day
  • November 15 - National Philanthropy Day
  • November 17 - National Adoption Day
  • November 20 - Universal Children's Day
  • November 22 - Thanksgiving
  • November 23 - Black Friday
Creating a Culture of Mutual Trust and Partnership | CCEI

November 10-18 is National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week. The CCEI November Newsletter focuses on ways that caregivers can meet children's basic needs and support families as they work to do the same. In many cases, this work will occur...

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