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Vermont’s 2017 Early Educator of the Year

The Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children announced the third annual Early Educator of the Year Award today at the Vermont Association for the Education of Young Children (VAEYC) Annual Conference held in Killington, VT. The award winner, Cheryl “Cookie” Danyow, of Addison, was named 2017’s Early Educator of the Year. Richmond resident Ellen Kraft was the award finalist. The Permanent Fund created the Early Educator of the Year Award to recognize and celebrate excellence in the teaching of Vermont’s young children to bring attention to the importance of high-quality care and early education.

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Vermont’s 2016 Early Educator of the Year

Event photos available at bottom of page. Aly Richards (center), CEO of the Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children, with the Early Educator of the Year Award winner Jacquelyn Reno (left), and finalist Kathi Apgar (right), at the VAEYC Annual Conference 2016. October...

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Vermont’s First Early Educator of the Year

  Aly Richards (left), CEO of the Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children, with the Early Educator of the Year Award winner Geralyn Barrows, finalist Elsa Bosma, and Rick Davis, founder (right), at the VAEYC Annual Conference 2015. October 16, 2015 (Killington, VT)—Rick...

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Introducing Vermont Birth to Five

Middlebury, Vermont—The Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children today announced the launch of Vermont Birth to Five (VB5), bringing together the work of Vermont Birth to Three (VB3) and the Vermont Community Preschool Collaborative (VCPC) to ensure greater coordination...

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The Permanent Fund Announces 2015 Grants

Middlebury, VT—The Permanent Fund for Vermont’s Children announced a number of first round grants for 2015 to help provide a seamless continuum of early care and educational support for children, starting at birth and bridging into the public schools. The Permanent...

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