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Infant Care (Ages 6 weeks+)

Your infant will be provided with a safe, nurturing environment where they will receive the attention and care that he or she needs. Your child will be involved in developmentally appropriate activities throughout the day for which you will receive daily care reports.

Toddler Program (Ages 15 months – 3 Years)

Our toddlers are offered a variety of opportunities to explore their world through play. Gross motor skills and social skills are developed through both structured and unstructured play. Their days are filled with music, art, dance, storytimes and more.

Preschool (Ages 3-6 Years)

Although it may seem like fun and games to preschoolers, the curriculum we follow is packed with educational elements. Games abound that teach pre-reading skills like phonemic awareness and letter and sound recognition; basic math concepts; and hands on science exploration.

Before and After School (Ages 7-12 Years)

School-age children are given a quiet environment for homework and projects, with supervised access to computers and tutoring/assistance as needed. Also available to elementary students are crafts, games, snacks and physical activities.

Meals and Snacks

A variety of nutritious food is provided each day that meets the guidelines of the Federal Government Food Program. We serve breakfast, lunch, and a morning and afternoon snack. You will also have access to our weekly menu by viewing the bulletin board. Please let us know if your child has any allergies or special food requirements.

Notes:

We are closed all major holidays.

If weather is severe, please call ahead to check if we are open. We will post a recorded message in advance whenever possible.

Individual cots and sheets are provided for nap time. Please provide a blanket and pillow for the comfort of your child.

Children should be dressed for the day’s activities when they arrive. We require a complete change of clothes be kept at our facility in case of spills or accidents. All clothing and other items sent to school should be labeled with your child’s name.