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CLC Announces New CEO

Marc E. Jaffe

The Childcare Learning Centers’ Board of Directors announced today that Interim Executive Director, Marc E. Jaffe, will assume the permanent role of chief executive officer for the 112-year-old pre-k and child development organization effective immediately. Jaffe has served in an interim leadership capacity at CLC since February 2014. More

 

 

CLC at Early Childhood Fair on Nov. 1, 2014

 

Director of Programs Services, Penny Lehman, Board Chaiman, Bob Mattis, Family Service Worker, Wanda Guererro, CT Governor Dannel Malloy, Director of School Readiness Program, Carol Sargent, Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Julian Castro, Family Service Worker, Jill Rosenberger-Banks, Director of Child Development Program, Anna Witkowski

 

 

CLC Announces Head Start/Early Head Start Grant

Childcare Learning Centers of Stamford is proud to announce that they have been awarded approximately $13 million in a 5-year non-competitive grant from the federal government to operate its Head Start and Early Head Start programs. These funds allow CLC to continue to provide high quality comprehensive services to 236 children of low-income families in the catchment areas of Stamford, Darien and Greenwich. More


October 23, 2014 - Diversity Night at CLC Maple Avenue

October 25, 2014 - Harvey School Volunteers at CLC Maple Ave

October 18, 2014 - CLC at the Hispanic Health Fair & East Side Food Festival

October 15, 2014 - PepsiCo Gives Back Day!

 

Thank you to:

The Steven A. and Alexandra M. Cohen Foundation, Inc. for a $25,000 grant to support CLC's Head Start food program.

First County Bank Foundation for a $15,000 grant for Teachers Education Initiative.

 

News12 coverage of Pitney Bowes CEO Marc Lautenbach reading to children at CLC William Pitt.

 

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