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Annual SNC NevAEYC ECE Awards

You are cordially invited to spend an evening with other professionals in the Early Childhood field on Friday, June 21, 2019. 

Each year SNC NevAEYC says "thank you" to the hard working women and men in the Early Childhood field.  From teachers to bus drivers to advocates to case managers, we all play an important role in the lives of the families we reach.  Let's take a moment to relax, drink, eat, and enjoy ourselves with our colleagues!  And of course there will be door prizes!!! 

This year's event will be semi-formal and includes a cash bar. Individual tickets are now on sale!  $35 for NAEYC members and $45 for non-members.  A limited number of tables are also still available for sponsorship. Please contact Denise for more information.  

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Attention PDP Users!

You may have heard by now that The Nevada Registry just launched our new Online Portal. This is a brand new membership benefit available to all active members! 

In addition to being able to view the contents of your membership account, update your personal and employment information and print out your current Registry membership certificate, you can also access your...

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Membership Portal Now Available

It is official! The Nevada Registry's new Online Portal is now available to all active members!

Do you need to verify your membership with The Nevada Registry? Have you moved? Would you like to see a list of the Registry-approved training on file in your Registry account? You can do all of this AND MORE from within your Online Portal.

Access your

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Member Spotlight - Rebecca Vizina

Our yearlong 15th Anniversary celebration continues! This month we are recognizing another one of our Registry VIPs who has maintained an active membership with The Nevada Registry since the beginning! This is what Rebecca Vizina with the University of Nevada Cooperative Extension had to say about how The Nevada Registry has positively influenced Early Childhood in Nevada and what her membership...

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Family Engagement Definition Survey

Last year the Nevada Department of Education partnered with the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO), the National Association for Family, School, and Community Engagement (NAFSCE), the Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium, Inc. (MAEC), the Campaign for Grade Level Reading (GLR), and 12 other states to form a State Consortium on Family Engagement. Two main goals of the State Consortium are...

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2019 Legislative Session Update

The Children’s Advocacy Alliance, in partnership with the Nevada Institute for Children’s Research and Policy, tracks all of the legislation relating to Nevada’s children and families. 

Update from Children's Advocacy Alliance:
The Nevada State Legislature's second house committee...

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National Heatstroke Prevention Day

An important message from the Adminstration for Chilldren & Family Office of Child Care:

July 31st is National Heatstroke Prevention Day.

As summer heats up, heatstroke continues to be the number one vehicle-related killer of children, outside of car crashes, according to the U.S. Department of Transportation. Children are more...

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Upcoming Office Closure - Memorial Day

The Nevada Registry will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2019 in observance of Memorial Day. Regular office hours will resume at 8 am on Tuesday, May 28th. All phone messages, email inquiries, training approval requests and standard mail will be responded to at that time. 

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A Look Inside The Nevada Registry - April 2019

Wow! April's numbers did not disappoint! Check out what the staff of The Nevada Registry were able to accomplish:

  • Membership total: 6884 (an increase of 29 since last month!)
  • 613 applications and renewal forms were received and data-entered into the system.
  • 530 Certificates of Achievement/Certificates of Participation were processed and mailed. Be sure to contact our...

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