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County Program Profile: Napa
Time Period: 2019–2020
QRIS :: Quality Counts Napa County
Quality Counts Napa County enhances early care and education of children from birth to age five. Early education providers who participate receive support and recognition for implementing research-based practices to provide high-quality environments and experiences for our community’s children.
County Contact Information
- Quality Counts California (QCC) Local Consortia and Partnership Grant
- First 5 Napa County Proposition 10 Funds
- Napa County Office of Education
- Community Resources for Children
- Napa County Office of Education (LEA)
Process to Outreach/Onboard Programs and Providers
Napa County provides information about Quality Counts to newly licensed providers and providers participating in our Alternative Payment program. We also invite them to attend professional development opportunities.
Quality Improvement Program Support Strategies
We provide coaching, technical assistance, and training.
Local Approach to Offering Financial Incentives and Stipends
We offer incentives to Quality Counts participants for attending professional development opportunities. We also offer material incentives for participants using the Environment Rating Scales as a guide.
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
I feel it is very important to keep improving my facility year after year. Since becoming a member of Quality Counts Napa, I have been provided opportunities for staff trainings, information about curriculum tools, licensing support, professional development support, and facility funds for enriching my site. Quality Counts Napa has been a key provider to increasing my school’s growth and development for our students, families, and faculty.Preschool Director