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County Program Profile: Lake
Time Period: 2019–2020
QRIS :: Lake County Quality Counts
LCQC stands for Lake County Quality Counts. LCQC belongs to a statewide consortium called QUALITY COUNTS CALIFORNIA that strives to improve the quality of early learning for California children ages zero through five years old with a focus in three areas of program quality: 1. Child development and readiness for school 2. Teachers and teaching 3. Program and environment quality The goal of Quality Counts CA is to ensure that children in California have access to high-quality programs so that they thrive in their early learning settings and succeed in kindergarten and beyond. Each California QRIS Program: Assesses program quality comparably across provider types (publicly and privately funded, centers and family child care homes) throughout the state Aligns program standards with early learning and practitioner standards Supports continuous quality improvement for participating programs and their staff Provides families with information about program quality to assist them in making informed choices LCQC is administered through the Lake County Office of Education and is funded by two streams — THE CSPP (CALIFORNIA STATE PRESCHOOL PROGRAM) BLOCK GRANT and the FIRST 5 CALIFORNIA IMPACT GRANT. Together, these two funding streams allow us to serve not only state preschool programs but also family child care homes, Head Start programs, and other sites serving Lake County children ages zero to five.
County Contact Information
- CSPP QRIS Block Grants
- IMPACT 2.0
- Lake Family Resource Center
- North Coast Opportunities
- Inc. Rural Communities Child Care
- First 5 Lake County
- North Coast Opportunities
- Inc. Head Start
- Dr. Laurie Daly
- LCOE Child Development program
Process to Outreach/Onboard Programs and Providers
We use social media, current participant testimonies, and presentations.
Quality Improvement Program Support Strategies
Coaching, training, resources, referrals
Local Approach to Offering Financial Incentives and Stipends
Through QCC Workforce Pathways grant
How Children Are Served by QCC
Children Served by Setting
Overall Child Characteristics and Services Provided
Children’s Races and Ethnicities
QCC Tier Rating Distribution
Language Spoken with Children
Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) Goals
Thank you for supporting my program with a curriculum; now we have activities to look forward to every day! Family Child Care ProviderFamily Child Care Provider
A Friend Provider shared: The double stroller allows me to take the children I care for to the park, library, and play group.