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4/6/20 Early Childhood Subgroup - Shared screen with speaker view
Jonathan LaDuke
24:39
Is it difficult for anyone to hear Lynna?
Jessica Rutherford
24:49
yes
BURKS
24:52
yes
Katie Fightmaster-Licensing Specialist
24:54
yes
CorrineJaeger
25:04
yes
Rachel Alter
25:06
It’s not great but I’m willing to deal with the challenges of technology
Ben Poswalk
01:00:16
Impact on our community by providing childcare to essential workers in our communityThe ability to finically reopen when the order is liftedProcedures in place for safety & healthOn behalf of the early childhood community we are prepared with protocols in place, employees at the ready to reopen and provide much needed services to our essential workers. Our goal is to be fully equipped to resume our newly developed precautionary practices as soon as the county guidelines allow. We know that many members of our essential workforce have young children. Without child care many of them are not able to perform the work that is most crucial to supporting the function of our essential services.Recognizing the need for child care for essential workers, Governor Polis is currently supporting the families of health care providers, public safety personnel, and staff supporting critically at-risk populations. As members of our local Early Childhood Council our mission is to serve and support this population. We are r
Ben Poswalk
01:04:25
ready and capable with staff and health & safety procedures in place to do so. Any additional guidance or review of our safety practices would be greatly appreciated. We are confident that we have measures in place to ensure the wellbeing of the community, staff & families when we are able to resume operations in our centers.
Ben Poswalk
01:06:42
another resource I found with projection data: http://covid19.healthdata.org/projections
Darcie Perkins
01:08:58
That resource is on the website on the business resource tab too.
Darcie Perkins
01:19:12
Thank you everyone! Great discussion