Programs: Infants and Toddlers
Our center serves children as young as 6 weeks of age through kindergarten. Our dedicated, experienced staff has credentials that meet or exceed state regulations, and is trained in infant/child CPR and first aid.
Our center applies a program called The Creative Curriculum in each classroom, which focuses on meaningful play to enhance each child's social, emotional, intellectual, and physical development.
6:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m., Monday – Friday
Our center cares for infants as young as six weeks of age, with a maximum class size of eight. Our infants are lovingly cared for while they develop a wide range of cognitive and sensory skills. Feeding schedules are individualized according to each child's needs. The center provides infant cereal, baby food, and formula at no additional cost to parents. Meals are provided to children under the Child and Adult Food Care Program. We provide cribs and linens and do our own laundering.
As a working mother, it is such a comfort knowing my child will receive meals, snacks, and formula.
Our young toddler classrooms focus on helping children continue to gain independence while introducing more academic concepts. Toddlers learn pre-writing and reading, alphabet recognition and letter sounds, colors, shapes, numbers and other fundamental skills. The curriculum is enhanced by the National Wildlife Federation program, Your Big Backyard.
On-site playgrounds provide developmentally appropriate play equipment for outdoor play. Our large, airy clasrooms provide plenty of space for exploring the world. We provide mats and linens for nap time. The center serves nutritionally balanced breakfasts, lunches, and afternoon snacks including milk and juice, all at no additional cost to parents. Meals are served to children under the Child and Adult Care Food Program.