Smart Start was created in 1993 as an innovative solution to a problem: Children were coming to school unprepared to learn.
Policymakers recognized that progress would require tapping into the same innovative spirit that inspired private sector advances, and therefore, established Smart Start as a public/private partnership. Independent, private organizations work in all 100 North Carolina counties through The North Carolina Partnership for Children, Inc., and 75 Local Partnerships, including the Madison County Partnership for Children and Families.
The power of Smart Start is that it delivers outcomes by giving communities local control to determine the best approach to achieving them.
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Over the next ten years, Madison County Partnership for Children and Families will continually seek to better understand the needs of resident families with young children, and increase awareness of the importance of early childhood development to ensure that all children benefit from credible early-childhood education.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Bushoven, Cynde – Chair
Hoffman, Will – Vice Chair
Repass, Brian - Treasurer
Harris, Connie - Secretary
The Executive Committee meets the third Tuesday of every odd month
The Board of Directors meet the third Tuesday of every even month
Executive Meetings are held at Mars Hill University at 9:30 am
Board Meetings are held at AB Tech - Madison Campus at 9:30 am
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The Madison County Partnership for Children and Families enhances family and community resources to nurture the development of every child.