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Family Resources

Lamoille Family Center - offer a host of services to families and children from birth to age twenty-two throughout the Lamoille Valley. As one of fifteen Parent Child Centers across the state, the Family Center offers early care and education services, home visiting, parent education, playgroups, childcare resource and referral, youth services and emergency assistance.

Building Bright Futures - serves a dual role as both the Vermont Early Childhood Advisory Council and 501 (c) 3 statewide governance body for the early childhood system, aligning the work at the State level with the work of 12 regional Councils across Vermont to make improvements in access, quality, and affordability of early care, health, and education for families and young children 0-6.

Lamoille County Nature Center - Conserving and protecting soil, water, and natural resources for the local community since 1945.

Morristown School District - information and helpful links for the Morristown Elementary School, Peoples Academy Middle Level, and Peoples Academy High School.

Bishop John A. Marshall School - an independent Catholic school serving children in Pre-K through 8th grade, information and helpful links.

THE HOME SCHOOL MOM - a website has been a guide to the best homeschool resources available online.

Vermont Head Start Association - Head Start and Early Head Start are national child development programs which provide comprehensive development services for low-income children and social services for their families. Head Start serves children ages 3-5 and their families. Early Head Start serves pregnant women and children birth to age 3 and their families.