Local Advisory Committees


One of the projects of the Partnership for Children is called the School Readiness Community Based Initiative. The goal of this initiative is to assist communities in developing plans to increase the number of children entering kindergarten ready to succeed. Local advisory committees formed in Liberty, Southmont, Archdale/Trinity, Franklinville and Randleman.

The local advisory committees complete data collection and needs assessments and develop written plans for services in their respective areas.  In Liberty, Randleman and Franklinville, the local advisory committees continue to have input into decision making.  The Southmont Pre-K, Franklinville Parents as Teachers and the Liberty Early Childhood Center all grew out of local advisory committee planning grant activities.

All local advisory committees would be delighted with a targeted financial contribution to help provide more early childhood services in their communities. Visit the Make a Donation section of this website for details.

Please click on one of the links below to learn more about each local advisory committee and how to join.

 


Success By 6® Local Advisory Committee

The Success By 6® local advisory committee is the Partnership’s oldest local advisory committee in Randolph County. The group began when United Way of Randolph County received a Success By 6® planning grant in 1999 to target the Randleman area in the same year that the Partnership for Children was forming. In 2000, United Way placed the group under the umbrella of the Partnership for Children. This local advisory committee assists with raising funds through the annual Great NASQUACK Duck Race, recruits volunteers, conducts special community outreach efforts, and recognizes centers and homes who achieve star ratings. The committee also facilitates Jumpstart, a three-week kindergarten transition program offered in the summer at Randleman Elementary for rising kindergarteners who have not had a preschool experience.

For more information, call the Partnership for Children at 336-629-2128.

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Celebrate Liberty’s Children Local Advisory Committee

Liberty’s local advisory committee is called Celebrate Liberty’s Children. The group began in 2000 as a core group of committed Liberty area residents and was created to put in place and maintain programs that support children and families in their earliest years of development.

The group has several specific ways you can help:

Be an advisory board member

  • Guide and direct the community team, participate in strategic planning and other activities.
  • Serve staggering terms of either one, two or three years, so you can choose the length of your involvement.
  • Attend board meetings once a month- attendance at a minimum of nine board meetings.
  • Participate in annual events, such as the annual Christmas tree lighting or Celebrate Liberty’s Children Day, or serve as committee chair for these events.

 

Serve as a special event volunteer

  • Use your organizational and creative skills with events such as the annual Liberty Christmas tree lighting, Celebrate Liberty’s Children Festival days, the Liberty and Staley Christmas parades or other special events.
  • Assist with set-up, provide different activities for children, decorate floats, etc.
  • Individuals or groups representing civic organizations and businesses are more than welcome to share your ideas

 

Be a child’s mentor

  • Read to the children and participate in other pre-K classroom activities.

 

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Franklinville/Ramseur Local Advisory Committee

The Franklinville/Ramseur Local Advisory Committee meets every other month. For more information about the group and the ways you can help, contact the Parents as Teachers Parent Educator Amanda Ratliff at 336-824-4144, This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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