Welcome to our web site!
The Kearney Child Care Association is a local organization formed by child care providers in the Kearney area who saw the need to support each other in the child care profession. We are committed to promoting quality family child care standards.
KCCA members are people who are truly committed to providing quality child care and learning all they can about meeting the developmental needs of all children. They are also committed to being professionals in their field.
This site is designed for parents, child care providers, those looking to become child care providers, or anyone else in our community interested in family child care.
Thank you for taking the time to visit. Please get in touch if you have any questions or need more information.
Send us an e-mail: email@example.com
Meeting Topics for 2013-2014 Year:
September 9th - Open House (no credit)
October 14th - Midwest Child Care Association with Lisa Munoz
November 13th (Wednesday) - Handbook and Regulation Support
December 9th Christmas Family Wrap-up (no credit)
January 13th - Legal Matters with Lawyer Nicole Mailahn
February 10th - Insurance* Agent Rick from Farm Bureau
*LB105 will take affect July 2014 and require child care providers to have liability insurance
March 10th - Early Learning Guideline Training
April 14th - Early Learning Guideline Training continued
(1 of the 7 areas of child development will be provided)
(two, 3-hour sessions for 6 hours of credit)
May 12th - Yoga and Literacy with Anna Hain
Credit hours are chosen based on state requirements as well as CDA standards that are suggested, but not limited to, by the state licensing department.
Meetings generally start at 7:00 pm; please check your e-mail or our facebook page for time or topic changes.
We meeting in the summer for business meetings only
June - Program Review / Executive Committee Meeting (no credit)
July - Program Planning (no credit)
August - Open House (no credit)
**Kearney Child Care Association membership is open to anyone with an interest in childcare. This includes, but is not limited to child care I homes, child care II homes, child care centers, state approved providers, teachers and parents. Due to the broad range of membership we cannot guarantee that all members provide the same level of care. We encourage all parents looking for daycare to ask a potential provider for references and meet with them at the provider's home for an interview. You can also contact the following offices if you have questions or concerns with a potential provider.**
Regulation and Licensure
Child Care Licensing
P.O. Box 95007
Lincoln, NE 68509-5007