Throughout the month of June, the CNMI Brain Builders hosted a series of activities and events to celebrate the children of the CNMI, their growth, and overall development.
The team connected and collaborated with partner agencies to engage in conversations about services that are currently available for children and families. Through this type of collaboration, the team, along with partner agencies, were able to identify current support systems and resources that are available to help families build their capacities and reach their highest potential.
Furthermore, the month-long activities and events provided an opportunity for parents/guardians, families, partner agencies, and providers to participate in discussions about amplifying the importance of early learning, and realizing what it takes as a community to guide and nurture children’s overall development.
All activities and events offered during the month of June were aligned with and support the Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF) Vision, the Science of Early Learning (SOEL) Initiative Goals, and community-based needs in the field of Early Childhood Learning.
This is made possible through funding from the Department of Health and Human Services, Office of Child Care, and the CNMI CCDF Program under the Department of Community and Cultural Affairs.