All SKCDC locations will remain closed until May 1, 2020

All SKCDC locations will remain closed until May 1, 2020.
Gov. Janet Mills has announced a statewide stay-at home order starting Thursday, restricting Mainers’ movement and activities as health officials attempt to limit the spread of coronavirus in the state.
In response, SKCDC is extending our time of center closure to May 1, 2020. We are taking this action as Mainers work together to limit the spread of COVID-19 cases in Maine. 
Our Agency continues to operate and we are here to support you. SKCDC staff will continue connecting with families regularly by phone and meetings can also be arranged via the ZOOM video conferencing platform. Your family’s well-being is very important to us.
We will continue to provide resources and learning materials to all SKCDC families. Information on food and other community resources is being shared via our Facebook page and through our Agency communication system. 
For children enrolled in full day services accessing a childcare subsidy, no parent fees will be charged during this time.
We will continue to closely monitor this rapidly evolving situation and keep you updated.
 We know that this extended closing will be a tremendous strain on families and we did not make this decision lightly. We are doing our part to minimize the impact of the Coronavirus and keep our community as healthy as possible. 
For information and resources on COVID-19:
Maine Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention:
Please stay healthy and safe. 
Cristina Salois
Agency Director


posted on April 01, 2020