Electronic Attendance System - Learning Labs & Technical Assistance
Voices of Tomorrow uses the Electronic Attendance System.
Need help using the new Electronic Attendance System?
All licensed providers accepting Working Connections Child Care subsidies are required to track attendance using an electronic attendance system starting on July 1, 2018.
Through the Department of Children, Youth and Families (DCYF), providers have the option to use the DCYF Electronic Attendance System or another DCYF-approved attendance system. DCYF’s electronic attendance system is free for providers to use.
Discover a training in your preferred language, region, & delivery method.Training on the new system is available in multiple languages and delivery methods across the state.
You can receive Technical Assistance or attend a Learning Lab through School's Out Washington. Find out more information about these supports here.
Contact us at (206) 466-1229 with any questions about accessing support across Washington State.
Family Child Care Providers (FCC) and Family, Friend and Neighbor Care (FFN) in King County