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Community and Children's Resource Board 
The Community and Children's Resource Board is the administrator for the Community Children's Service Fund, a fund created when St. Charles County passed a 1/8-cent sales tax measure in November 2004. The funds are dedicated for services to St. Charles County children and youth, and will be awarded to local agencies to provide services that address the growing unmet mental health needs of our community youth.
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DDRB
The DDRB is a public taxing entity, commonly known as a "Senate Bill 40 Board" that enters into funding contracts with agencies that serve individuals with developmental disabilities in St. Charles County. This public tax was established in 1977 when voters of St. Charles County approved to tax themselves up to sixteen cents per $100.00 of assessed property valuation to provide community based programs and supports for citizens with developmental disabilities. 
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NAEYC
Founded in 1926, The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) is the world's largest organization working on behalf of young children with nearly 80,000 members, a national network of more than 300 state and local Affiliates, and a growing global alliance of like-minded organizations.
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School District - Ft. Zumwalt
The mission of the Fort Zumwalt School District is to assure that its students, regardless of ability or economic level, are provided an education in such a positive and safe learning environment that all reach their potential. A strong commitment is made to promote the virtues of democracy, citizenship, self-discipline, the work ethic and the need to respect all members of society.
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School District - Orchard Farm
The Orchard Farm School District is a public school district in St. Charles County, Missouri that was formed on February 14, 1959. Our 50th anniversary of service to our community was achieved in 2009. The first school year serving students began in the fall of 1959 utilizin g facilities in three area schools. The current main campus of the district at 2165 Highway V was purchased in the fall of 1959 with a building open to serve stude nts in the fall of 1960. There are three schools on the main campus: Orchard Farm Elementary, Orchard Farm Middle School, and Orchard Farm Hi gh School. Dis covery Elementary our newest school is located off the main campus.
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School District - St. Charles
Located in historic St. Charles, Missouri, the City of St. Charles School District (CSCSD) has been serving students for more than 155 years. We boast a proud tradition of academic excellence dating back to the time when the city was a small but thriving river town. Today, CSCSD serves more than 5200 students at our six elementary, two middle, and two high schools, and at Lewis & Clark Career Center, our award-winning vocational school.
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United Way
Through your generosity, United Way helps 1 in 3 people in our community get the help they need. We fund nearly 200 agencies in Missouri and Illinois, establish partnerships to address widespread needs, mobilize volunteers and more. 
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EPIC-ITAP
Washington University's Early Preventive Intervention Clinic-Infant/Toddler Autism Program (EPIC-ITAP) provides a brief, early intervention service for infants and toddlers 24 months and younger who have an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) diagnosis or who are considered to be at high-risk for an ASD.
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