The Placer County Local Child Care and Development Planning Council (LPC) was established in 1991 in accordance with state law AB 2141 to provide a forum for the identification of local priorities for child care.
The Placer County Child Care Council information found on this site should provide you with the information and resources you are looking for. If you don't find the information you need, our staff is available to assist.
The Placer County Local Child Care and Development Planning Council (LPC) was established in 1991 in accordance with state law AB 2141 to provide a forum for the identification of local priorities for child care; and to develop policies to meet the needs identified within these priorities. The Council is comprised of 20 members who represent consumers of child care, child care providers, public agencies and community members. Members are appointed by the County Board of Supervisors and the Placer County Superintendent of Schools. The California Department of Education provides funding for the work of the Council, which includes the following:
The Placer County Child Care Council meets on the first Wednesday of January, March, May, September and November from 3:00 pm-4:30 pm at the Placer County Office of Education - Early Childhood Education, 1229 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Roseville, CA 95678. Due to COVID-19 meetings are currently held via Zoom.
For additional information regarding the Placer County Child Care Council or if you are interested in applying for a seat on the Council please contact Darcy Roenspie, Program Administrator at: 916.740.1641 or Email.
Below are the upcoming Council meeting dates. Please check this site from time to time to learn about any required meeting dates.
Wednesday, November 3, 2021Wednesday, January 5, 2022Wednesday, February 2, 2022Wednesday, March 2, 2022
Agendas and Minutes from the Placer County Council meetings are kept on file at the Early Childhood Education office: 1229 Pleasant Grove Blvd., Roseville, CA 95678. If you would like to view or have copies of the documents, please contact Darcy Roenspie, Program Administrator at 916.740.1641 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
WHAT AGE DOES MY CHILD NEED TO BE TO ATTEND STATE PRESCHOOL?
Placer County Office of Education, Early Childhood Education offers preschool programs for three and four year old children that prepare children for school success.
WHERE ARE STATE PRESCHOOL PROGRAMS OFFERED?
Placer County Preschool Programs are available in Auburn, Colfax, Kings Beach, Lincoln, Rocklin and Roseville.
WHAT WILL MY CHILD BE LEARNING?
State Preschools have structured preschool programs that include areas of learning for Math, Literacy and Letters, Science, Music, Art, Outdoor play and more.
TRAINING: Please visit Go Sign Me Up to view and register for workshops/training courses offered by Placer County Office of Education
“The best education is not given to students; it is drawn out of them."
― Gerald Belcher