The Cincinnati Preschool Promise is looking for individuals and organizations with experience working with early childhood education providers on quality improvement initiatives. Ideal vendors will have extensive experience coaching and supporting various types of preschool providers, with capabilities that include but are not limited to: conducting assessments of preschool programs, instructional... View Article
In 2010, Dennis and Melena Campbell opened Daddy’s Daycare Child Development Center in the West End. It was a homecoming for Dennis, a graduate of Taft High School who grew up in the West End, and the pair hoped to get involved in the local community. “Growing up, he always... View Article
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When Deena Merritt heard about Cincinnati Preschool Promise, she knew it would be a good fit for her son Louis. Since enrolling at CUB Little Blossom in College Hill in the fall, Deena said he has made huge gains.
Throughout the first year, the Cincinnati Preschool Promise team and its partners have accomplished a lot and learned even more. From the Cincinnati Enquirer Editorial Board: After some fits and starts, Preschool Promise seemed to gain both its footing and momentum. Building the structure of any program is never easy... View Article
Cincinnati Enquirer: “Cincinnati Preschool Promise more than doubles Denver’s first-year enrollment”
In its first year, Cincinnati Preschool Promise supported over 1,330 students at over 80 preschools throughout the city. Alysun Ogilby, one mother, says it was a life-changer for her. From the Enquirer: Ogilby’s twins, Declan and Everett, are at the Duck Creek YMCA preschool in Madisonville, and they love it,... View Article
Cincinnati Preschool Promise Executive Director Shiloh Turner stopped by Fox19 on April 4 for an update on the organization's work.
Laroy Holloway runs A-List Kids Childcare and Learning Center, a successful family child care program out of his Westwood home. But his greatest life accomplishment is raising his son. “I was a single parent and I raised my son alone,” he said. “My son was born with cerebral palsy. They... View Article
During its Feb. 20 meeting, the Cincinnati Preschool Promise board of managers thanked Stephanie Byrd for her dedication to the organization and her continued commitment to our region’s youngest learners. From Michael J. Graham, S.J., president of Xavier University and chair of the CPP Board of Managers: “When Issue 44... View Article
This week, the United Way of Greater Cincinnati (UWGC) announced it will waive its administrative fee for overseeing the Cincinnati Preschool Promise. This decision was recently approved by the executive committee of the United Way’s board of directors and demonstrates a commitment not just to the success of the Cincinnati... View Article