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This section provides many resources and tools for CCNI providers.  Please let us know if you would like to see additional resources or tools added to the website. 

Getting Started with Food Programs

Resource Center

Communication Center

my CCNI

CCNI Happenings

Winter/Spring Schedule for CCNI Workshops!

Please click on the email address next to the workshop of your choice to sign up with your Regional Director

 

CITY DATE TIME PLACE/ADDRESS TO REGISTER (click below)
Montevideo Tuesday, April 22 6:30-8:30 Community Center 550 S. 1st St. Steph Sherod
Olivia Tuesday, April 29 6:00-800 Library 405 S. 10th St. Steph Sherod
Springfield Wednesday, April 23 6:30-8:30 Library 120 N. Cass Ave. Krista Zeug
Worthington  Tuesday, April 22 7:00-9:00 First Lutheran Church 1200 4th Ave. Teresa Javers
YOUR HOME!! Wednesday, April 30 To be annonced Webinar Planned for this day, watch the site for more information Krista Zeug

 

 

 

                 

            

             

CCNI Alerts

CCNI office hours are Monday - Thursday,

8:00-4:30 and Friday, 8:00-2:00

Contact us at 800-634-3359ccnikids@mediacombb.net

2014 Calendar Keepers Menu Corrections: click here

Are you going to be closed or gone a few days in the near future? click here  to contact us and let us know about your closures. 

Click here to contact individual staff.

Applying for a Family Child Care License in Minnesota?  Click here for up to $300 licensing Grant Application & Letter & Instructions

Click here for the link to past Newsletter and Activity Pages for the month

Also, you can subscribe to CCNI alerts by registering on this site or signing up for our CCNI alerts.  

 

The CCNI staff is always friendly & very helpful. The training is always nearby and the classes are fun and informative. CCNI is the best!
Nancy, Anoka County

 

 

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