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Frisco launches new child care tuition assistance program

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to correct details about Frisco’s tuition-assistance program.

After hammering out the details with the town of Breckenridge, the town of Frisco approved a partnership that provides child care tuition assistance to families that work or live within the Tenmile Basin.

Breckenridge is administering the program, and applications are now open. Assistance will apply to child care costs from May 2022 through August 2023 and will be paid directly to licensed child care providers, according to a news release.



In addition to living or working in the area, which includes Frisco, Copper Mountain and nearby unincorporated neighborhoods, families must earn less than 150% of area median income and have household assets that do not exceed $225,000. The families’ children must be 4 years old or younger and attend a licensed child care provider.

Applications are due by March 31. Visit Frisco-ChildCare.com to apply or email tuitionassistance@townoffrisco.com for more details.




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