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Thank You, Seattle Child Care Providers and Educators!

DEEL is deeply grateful for all of our city’s child care providers and educators for their support and nurturing care of Seattle students and families over the last year. They have supported children and families in countless ways, adapted to the challenges of remote learning, and kept students engaged and connected to their school community – and we appreciate all that they do!

City Extends Childcare Copay Relief for Families through June

The City of Seattle is extending childcare copay relief for income-eligible families through June 2021 in the Department of Education and Early Learning’s Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) and Seattle Parks and Recreation’s child care programs. Both programs are accepting new enrollments at providers and locations across the city, as more businesses prepare to open and more parents return to work.

Child Care Stabilization Awards Announced

This week, the City of Seattle announced that 506 grants have been awarded through the Child Care Stabilization Fund to child care providers throughout Seattle, totaling over $2.3 million.

Child Care Stabilization Fund Opens COVID Relief Funding for Seattle Child Care Providers

Applications for more than $2 million in grants for licensed child care providers, and family, friend, and neighbor caregivers in Seattle opened on January 15, 2021, as part of the City of Seattle’s Child Care Stabilization Fund.

Child Care Copay Relief Extended through March with 50% Off Family Costs

The City of Seattle recently announced extended child care copay relief for families participating in the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) and scholarship-eligible families participating in Seattle Parks and Recreation (SPR) child care.

Child Care Copay Relief for Families Announced through the End of 2020

The Department of Education and Early Learning (DEEL) recently announced copay relief for all families participating in the Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) through the end of 2020.