The New Mexico Regional Education Cooperatives Association (NM RECA) is working with New Mexico Public Education Department and the New Mexico Early Childhood Education & Care Department to assist families in finding available child care services while schools are operating in a remote or hybrid environment.
How to Find Child Care
Child Care Support
Resources for Child Care Providers
Become a Provider: Early Childhood Scholarships
Become a Provider: Quick Guide to Become a Temporary Provider
Quality Early Childhood Programs for All (Online Training)
Share This Information
The NMREC Child Care Initiative is disseminating child care resources to families via a media blitz flyer. The flyer contains the following important child care information:
- How do I Find Child Care?
- Child Care Assistance
- How to Become a Temporary Family, Friends and Neighbor Child Care Provider
Please share the flyer above through any family support communications available. For example:
- Messenger system, Class Dojo
- Family / organization web site
- Local newspaper
Please direct any inquiries to Kathy Price, Regional Child Care Coordinator, at the email address below. Thank you for your support of the NMRECA Child Care Initiative.
Districts served: Central, Farmington, Bloomfield, Aztec, Gallup, Zuni, Dulce, Chama Valley, Mesa Vista, Questa, Taos, Jemez Mountain, Jemez Valley, Española, Peñasco, Cuba, Los Alamos, Pojoaque, and Rio Rancho
Kathy Price: firstname.lastname@example.org