Recruitment for the SPRING 2019 PASO institute has begun!

The PASO institute is currently recruiting for the Spring PASO institute for 2019. PASO is a 120 hours of intensive ECE and childcare readiness education to prepare providers to receive their Child Development Associate credentials! A $3,265 value for ONLY $300!

All sessions in Longmont, Lakewood, and Westminster will begin on February 19th, 2019.

Mandatory orientations:

Westminster:   Thursday, February 5th, 2019 from 9am – 12pm

Longmont:  Thursday, February 5th, 2019 from 5pm-8pm

Lakewood: Tuesday, February 12th, from 5-8pm

To learn more about the SPRING, 2019 PASO institute or if you would like to refer a student, please contact CSPC at 720-890-0123 or email us at

All classes will be offered in SPANISH and child care will provided for a small fee.

¡El reclutamiento para el Instituto PASO de PRIMAVERA 2019 ha comenzado!

El Instituto PASO está reclutando actualmente para el 2019. PASO es un programa intensivo de 120 horas de Educacion temprana y preparación para el cuidado infantil para preparar a los proveedores para recibir su credencial de Asociado en Desarrollo Infantil! ¡Un valor de $ 3,265 por SOLO $ 300!

Todas las sesiones en Longmont, Lakewood y Westminster comenzarán el 19 de Febrero del 2019.

Orientaciones obligatorias:

Westminster: Jueves 5 de Febrero de 2019 de 9:00 a 12:00.

Longmont: Jueves 5 de Febrero de 2019 de 5 pm a 8 pm

Lakewood: Martes, 12 de Febrero, de 5-8pm

Para obtener más información sobre el Instituto PASO de PRIMAVERA 2019 o si desea referir a un estudiante, comuníquese a la oficina de la Coalicion al 720-890-0123 o envíenos un correo electrónico a

Todas las clases se ofrecerán en ESPAÑOL y se proporcionará cuidado de niños por una pequeña tarifa.

Congratulation to our SPRING 2018 PASO Graduates from our Training Programs in Aurora, Westminster, and Lakewood.

Muchísimas Felicidades a Nuestras Graduadas del Programa PASO primavera de 2018 de nuestros programas de capacitación en Aurora, Lakewood, y Westminster.

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Growth Charts

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3 STEP Program

3 Step Early Childhood Parent Education

With this program parents learn how to utilize their home environments and every day activities to enhance their child’s learning. In the small samples of the children whose parents participated in the program and who have implemented the learning strategies at home, these children have maintained and/or have surpassed some of the Kindergarten Bench Marks.

PASO Program


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Family Engagement Program

Schools cannot raise student achievement on their own. To do so, they must build a culture of engagement for parents. This Program strengthens schools’ family engagement approaches and practices through coaching, technical assistance, and program implementation.