Other ECE Events

Citywide ECE Meetings

CPAC Meetings

You can find out more about CPAC’s Committees here.

DCYF OAC Meetings

You can find the next meetings agenda and more information online here.

The mission of the DCYF OAC was outlined in Proposition C in 2014:
There shall be a Children, Youth, and Their Families Oversight and Advisory Committee to review the governance and policies of the Department of Children, Youth, and Their Families, to monitor and participate in the administration of the Children and Youth Fund…and to take steps to ensure that the Fund is administered in a manner accountable to the community.

OECE CAC Meetings

OECE CAC meetings are open to the public with an opportunity for public input at the end of each meeting. Find out more here.

The purpose of the OECE CAC is to make recommendations to the Office of Early Care and Education (OECE) regarding OECE ‘s mission of providing early education for children ages zero to five in San Francisco and other City departments involved in early education initiatives. The OECE CAC shall also advise the OECE on developing a strategic plan and a proposal for expanding high-quality early education in San Francisco, and offer expertise in the areas of policy, planning, collaboration, and strategic partnerships.

Our Children, Our Families Council Meetings

Meetings of the Council and its working groups are public, and all are welcome to attend. The Our Children, Our Families Council plans to meet in FY 2015-2016 on the following dates:

For more information click here.

 Trainings and Workshops

Moving and Learning: The Importance of Physical Activity in the Early Years

Saturday, June 24, 2017

10:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Children’s Council of SF
445 Church St.
San Francisco, CA 94114

“Join Patty Kimbrell, M.Ed. and the Healthy Apple Program for a fun workshop showcasing how movement influences a child’s brain development, social skills, and academic performance.
Topics include:
  • Activities for infants, toddlers, and preschoolers
  • Strategies to increase physical activities
    • In limited space
    • Indoors and outdoors
    • When creating and using homemade props
    • While integrating school readiness skills
    • And limit screen time
  • Family communication strategies that increase active play”

Register here.