What is the Alamance Partnership for Children?
The Alamance Partnership for Children (APC) is a non-profit organization serving children, youth and families in Alamance County. APC administers the state Smart Start funds, an early childhood initiative designed to ensure that young children enter school healthy and ready to succeed.
APC also administers other grant funded programs for children birth through age twelve and is a central source of information about activities, programs, and resources for children and families.
All children arrive at school happy, healthy, and ready for success in school and life
The Partnership shapes opinion and mobilizes resources to support Alamance County families in creating and sustaining nurturing environments for their children.
APC Board of Directors 2014-2015:
Dr. Tim Beshel – Beshel Chiropractic
Rachel Blunk – Attorney, Sharpless-Stavola
*Eddie Boswell (Treasurer) – Owner, Boswell Construction Company
Patsy Byrd – Rehabilitation Counselor, Vocational Rehabilitation
Chris Clemmons – Vice President, Carolina Bank
Latawnya Hall- Program Manager of Adult Services, Department of Social Services
*Jeremy Ireland (Secretary) – Director, Centro La Comunidad
Dr. Kristen Moffitt – Burlington Pediatrics
Stacie Saunders - Director, Alamance County Health Department
Granville Simmons – Coordinator, Weed & Seed-Burlington Police Department
Martha Krall – Cultural Competency/Outreach, Alamance Alliance for Children and Families
Mark Payne-Alamance-Burlington School District, Board of Education
Kelly Tate- Dean, Health and Public Services, Alamance Community College
*Ron Waters (Vice Chair) – Manager, Sandvik
M.J. Wilkerson-Director, Alamance Public Libraries
*Stephanie Williams (Board Chair) – Marketing Consultant
Davina Woods – Director, Excel Christian Academy
*Executive Committee Members
*Board Meetings are held on the second Wednesday of every month at noon. These meetings are open to the public. Should you have an interest in attending, please contact the Partnership at 336.513.0063.
Our Top News & Quick Links:
Early Education Summit- Tuesday, April 14, 2015
NC Pre-K for 2015-16
If you are a parent interested in the NC Pre-Kindergarten Program, please click here to go to the NC Pre-K page of this website to find detailed information and a link to the 2015-16 Application in both English & Spanish.
Incredible Years Spring 2015 Classes!
The Incredible Years Program is currently accepting applications for the spring sessions. Classes will begin February 16th and March 3rd for parents of children ages 3-12.
Request for Application for Motheread/B.A.B.Y Facilitators
NEW 2013-14 APC
Child Care Services Association just updated the Child Care in Alamance County Fact Sheet: 2014.