Helping build the foundation for a successful future.
The Teller Park Early Childhood Council (TPECC) is a coalition of community members and agencies working together to create a high quality, comprehensive early childhood system to benefit all young children, families and providers.
Early Childhood Council provides a framework that:
Recognizes the needs of the whole child and family.
Communicates the vision for comprehensive early childhood work.
Focuses on specific measurable outcomes.
Guides, organizes, and focuses the actions and accountability of public and private stakeholders.
All parents and caregivers need support from the community to raise happy, healthy children.
Everyone in the community plays a role in supporting families and ensuring that young children are prepared for success in school and in life.
An encouraging and active community plays a vital role in supporting children and their families, which in turn makes the entire community stronger.
About Teller/Park Early Childhood Council
All young children and their families are happy, self sufficient and thrive within their community.
To develop and implement, through collaborative partnerships, an effective early childhood system that supports the needs of young children and their families.
The Region We Serve
Colorado’s Early Childhood Councils cover 63 of the state’s 64 counties.
Early Childhood Councils conduct regular community needs assessments to ensure that resources and efforts are aligned the evolving needs of families.
Because the challenges local communities face is complex and greater than any one agency can take on alone, Councils work to align all of the stakeholders in a local community around solutions that ensure the most efficient use of resources.