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The Board of Child Care
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Staff Spotlight BCC Child Care Worker -Kimara McKoy During her busy work schedule, Board of Child Care staffer Kimara McKoy “doing good and feeling good” McKoy took a moment to share her journey with us! Where did you grow up? I grew up in a small town called princess Ann Maryland. What University did you attend? […]Read More
Directors, trainers and staff will help community parents, and first responders mirror informed response techniques With the goal of teaching the community how to utilize the same techniques Board of Child Care staff employ with program participants, BCC is now teaching Trauma Informed Care (TIC) training techniques. The idea was hatched at BCC’s Eastern Shore […]Read More
Car washes, book sales, picnics and all things summer at BCC! With the temperature rising and school out, BCC’s residents have been busy with summer programming. Many of BCC’s residential population attends summer school, and for those who do not, the various summer programs that keep the youth active, engaged, and productive. The community service […]Read More