Regina Coeli Child Development Center is a
non-profit corporation, which operates Head
Start and Early Head Start programs in
Our program provides high-quality,
comprehensive early childhood services to
over 1,800 children and employs over 450
people in a five-parish area.
Regina Coeli's mission is to provide the
highest quality of service to children and
families through a community team effort
based on the question:
"Is it good for children?"
|RCCDC in the News
8/20 AN17.com: HS faces deep cuts
3/20 WDSU: Northshore "Stroll In"
3/15 The Daily News: Feeling the pinch
3/1 WDSU: Sequestration to impact
Personnel Committee Mtg 10am
Finance Committee Mtg 1pm
Policy Council 10am
Board Meeting 6pm
All Centers and Grantee
Office will be closed.
|Did you know?
Head Start must
generate 20% of its
volunteer time and
Become a volunteer!
|Interview with AN17.com featuring RCCDC
Non-Toy Gifts for Children
Don't praise your furnace when the house is cold.
Karma Gayleg, the World Forum Foundation National Representative from Bhutan,
shared a list of 18 non-toy gifts for children from Nourishing Minimalism. Here are a
few of the items on this list....
• Classes - Music, dance, riding, drawing, classes are a great way to encourage
children in their interests and let them know that you pay attention to them and what
• Memberships - Zoo, science museum, children’s museum, YMCA membership,
etc. These are particularly great for family gifts!
• Activities - Mini golf, bowling, skating rink. These are so much fun! And a big
part of the fun is going together. Children love spending time with the adults in their
lives, they want to see you enjoying your time as well as enjoying them.
• Recipe and Ingredients - Kids love cooking with their parents. Baking something
special or cooking dinner is an ideal time to spend together and learn life skills. Print
out a recipe, purchase all the ingredients and set a date for cooking together.