3/5/2020 9:00 AM-2:00 PM
A learning module that provides an in-depth look at school age environments, the importance of interaction, materials, and indicators in the SACERS-Updated assessment. Stop asking, “am I ready?” and instead feel prepared and equipped with knowledge, tools, and strategies to produce a successful SACERS-U score and create an environment that is both appealing and appropriate for the children and the staff. Scared of the dreaded interview? Fear no more!!! Practice here. Participants will engage in strategies and activities that relate their environment to the NC Common Core state standards as well as meet the SACERS-U requirements.
Erin Marley is the School Age Education Specialist for the School Age Quality Improvement Project for CCR&R in North Carolina.
The overall goal of this program is to improve the quality and increase the availability of licensed school age child care services in North Carolina.
Erin has been fortunate to work with children and families across a variety of settings in Western North Carolina for the past fifteen years. She graduated with honors from Western Carolina University in 2009 with a degree in Special Education. Erin’s diverse
experiences within the early childhood and education field aligns perfectly with what the School Age Project plans to offer afterschool
providers across our state.
Erin enjoys working with early childhood professionals, and is very excited about the potential to reach and
encourage others as she grows professionally from new challenges. In her free time, Erin enjoys exploring the outdoors with her family, gardening, reading, cooking, and yoga.
Feel free to give her a call at: (828) 354-0116 or email: Marley.Erin@swcdcinc.org. Also, be sure to check in with the SWCDC Training and Professional Development Calendar, as live trainings will soon start to be offered for school age child care programs.