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Posted: Tuesday, May 14, 2013 12:00 am

The Sacramento County Board of Education has announced its intention to select and appoint individuals to the Sacramento County Local Child Care and Development Planning Council. There are currently three open positions for the 2012-14 term.

The LPC provides a forum for the planning of child care services that meets the diverse needs of families in Sacramento County, promotes public participation in the planning process, advocates for the child care needs of families in the county, and serves as a forum for discussion of community child care issues, according to a press release.

The Sacramento LPC meets bimonthly, on the third Thursday of odd months from noon to 3 p.m. at SETA Head Start, 925 Del Paso Blvd., in Sacramento.

Positions are open in the following areas:

  • Consumer: A parent or person who receives, or who has received within the past 36 months, child care services.
  • Public Agency Representatives: A person who represents a city, county or local education agency.
  • Community Representatives: A person who represents an agency or business that provides private funding for child care services, or who advocates for child care services through participation in civic or community-based organizations but is not a child care provider and does not represent an agency that contracts with the State Department of Education to provide child care and development services.

To be considered, submit a nomination to Sacramento County Office of Education, Attn: Carole Haile, Personnel, P.O. Box 269003, Sacramento, 95826-9003, or fax 916-228-2624.

The deadline to submit a nomination is Friday, May 24. The final recommendation for appointment will be made by the Sacramento County Board of Education at a regularly scheduled meeting.

For more information about the nomination or appointment process, contact Carole Haile at 916-228-2367.

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