Our Mission:
To Support Each Other As Child Care Administrators in Providing Quality Programming for Wisconsin’s Families.

WCCAA is active at local, regional, state, and national levels. WCCAA is represented on many advisory committees and boards and provides quality training by hosting a statewide conference each year. As child care administrators, your needs are our goals.


Calling WCCAA Members!
Nominate a person or company for a WCCAA Individual Recognition Award or a Corporate Honor Roll Nomination

WCCAA Individual Recognition Award Nomination

The objective of the WCCAA Individual Recognition Award is to honor an individual who has made a significant contribution to the field of early care and education in Wisconsin.  This contribution may take a variety of forms and could be in any of the following categories:

  • Administrator.  A person who has made a lasting contribution as a program administrator in Wisconsin, possibly as a long-term administrator or through some significant work for the profession.
  • Resource Person.  Any person who has strengthened the field of child care by promoting, educating or motivating others.
  • Government/Civic.  A person, either elected or appointed, who has actively promoted quality care and education in Wisconsin.
  • Media/Communication.  An individual who has benefited our field through in-depth reporting and/or time given to promote quality care.
  • Philanthropist.  A person who has made financial contributions to child care in the form of grants, gifts or in-kind donations.

WCCAA Corporate Honor Roll Nomination

WCCAA firmly believes that corporations can play a tremendous role in supporting quality child care and early education for families in Wisconsin.  This can happen in a variety of ways — implementing family-friendly policies for employees, providing child care centers, generating public awareness of issues that affect children and families, and more.  

Do you know an individual or a corporation that deserves recognition for their role in supporting quality child care and early education for families in Wisconsin?  Click here to send in your nomination. 

Week of the Young Child

Monday, April 24 - Friday, April 28, 2017

Week of the Young Child is a yearly event spearheaded by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). It is a time to celebrate young children and the uniqueness that goes along with educating our youngest citizens. It's also a GREAT time to advocate for the profession of early care educators.

The WCCAA Advocacy Committee is challenging all members to call their legislators to invite them to see exactly what you do at your center. Invite them in to show them the work you and your staff are doing to educate and care for our children.

Let us know how it goes for you! Take pictures! Share your visit with your local newspaper, Facebook page, or newsletters! WCCAA would love to share your stories on our Facebook page as well!

Annual Conference 2018

SAVE THE DATE - VENUE & DATES UPDATED!

The 2018 WCCAA Annual Conference will, again, be held at the The Osthoff Resort in Elkhart Lake! The dates will be Wednesday, February 7 through Friday, February 9, 2018. More info to come!

2017 Annual Conference Info:
- 225 Attendees
- 31 Vendors
- Keynotes by Scott Lesnick and Theresa French
- 40 breakout workshops
- Silent auction raised over $2,000 to support WCCAA programming
- Raffles raised over $1,600 for the Rosie Baker Scholarship