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The Upper Cape Family Network is funded by the MA Department of Early Education and Care, and they have strongly suggested that we combine our programs. Their thought is by doing so, we will be able to eliminate waste and duplication, and offer quality, seamless programming to families with children from birth to school age: no more UCFN “from birth to 48 months” and CPC’s “2.9 to kindergarten,” just one, big, effective early childcare system.

In fiscal year 2009 – 1010, we will be fine tuning this collaboration, working out the bugs as we go. One bug is the program name. Families have been calling the office: “I heard the Upper Cape Family Network is gone,” yelled an overwhelmed mother of twins. Let me assure you, Upper Cape Family Network is still here. We will still offer play and learn and baby groups, as well as parenting classes and workshops, but yes, we will have to change the name. Until we have officially done so (and you will be able to check back here to find on-going information) we will remain the Upper Cape Family Network, so please continue to look for programming under this very recognizable name.

 

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We are the Upper Cape Family Network, funded by the MA Department of Early Education and Care, and they have strongly suggested that we combine our programs. In fiscal year 2009 – 1010, we will be fine tuning this collaboration, working out the bugs as we go. One bug is the program name. We will still offer play and learn and baby groups, as well as parenting classes and workshops, but yes, we will have to change the name. Until we have officially done so (and you will be able to check back here to find on-going information) we will remain the Upper Cape Family Network, so please continue to look for programming under this very recognizable name.