Triad Council Meeting 

August 14, 2018

6:00 PM to 8:30 PM






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Quarterly Council and Stakeholder Meeting

Who:  Anyone having an interest in the well-being of young children in

           Clear Creek, Gilpin, and Jefferson counties      


When:  January 16, 2018…6:00pm - 8:30pm


Where:  Developmental Disabilities Resource Center (DDRC)—Summit Room: 1st floor behind elevators

               11177 W. 8th Ave.

               Lakewood, CO



  • Learn more about and help inform the current and future work of the Early Childhood Council
  • Get information about how you can be involved in the development of our comprehensive early childhood system
  • Hear about state level early childhood systems work and the role of local councils

Dinner will be provided

For more information or to RSVP for dinner, please contact

Pat Bolton, Triad Executive Director at 303 914-6527 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Conference call option will not be available for this meeting




Meeting Agenda


6:00-6:30:  Greet, meet, and eat (light dinner, resource sharing, and networking time)

6:30-6:50:  Opening activities

  1. Call to order, roll call of Council members, and introductions
  2. Review of minutes from October meeting

                  III. Special recognition



6:50- 7:20:  Special Topic:  Bright by Text, Ashleigh Kirk, Colorado Outreach Director, Bright by Three (formerly Bright Beginnings)

7:20-7:30: Public comments and transition

7:30-8:25:  General Business

  1.  Budget report
  2. Executive Director’s report
  • Health in Early Childhood Collaborative report
  1. Early Intervention Colorado report/business
  2. Linking Communities for Success Conference

8:25-8:30: Unfinished business and adjournment

Did You Know?

Early Milestones Colorado, the Colorado Department of Human Services, and the Colorado Department of Education spearheaded the Transforming the Early Childhood Workforce in Colorado project. The goal of this project is to develop strategies to support and retain a well-qualified early educator workforce in Colorado and to assure that they are appropriately compensated to be able to attract talented new professionals into the field. As a part of this project, the University of Colorado Denver and NORC at the University of Chicago conducted a statewide survey of early educators in Colorado to identify the current strengths, gaps, and unmet needs in the workforce.

The reports will be available on the Early Milestones Colorado website within the next few weeks.

Next meeting: 


April 17, 2018