Our program is designed to help children learn valuable academic and social skills that they will carry with them through out their lives. Pre-schoolers develop skills that will give them a head start once they enter kindergarten. Children already in school are given homework support and assistance when needed.
Infants: Newborn to 1 year
Infants require a lot of one-on-one care during the daytime hours. Because we place such high demands on our staff to provide a fun and educational environment for the preschoolers we care for during the week, we can only offer infant care from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am on Monday – Friday and at anytime on Saturday and Sunday.
Toddlers: 12 months to 24 months
12 months to 18 months
In this age group, children are in various stages of development. Some require more one-on-one care than others. Therefore, the hours of child care provided during the daytime hours on Monday – Friday for toddlers under 18 months will be decided on a case-by-case basis and will depend on the needs of the child. Please call to discuss your toddler’s needs.
19 months to 24 months
Child care is provided during all hours of operation for toddlers from 19 months to 24 months.
Evening and weekend care for toddlers
Toddler care, regardless of age or stage of development, is provided from 6:00 pm to 8:00 am on Monday – Friday and at anytime on Saturday and Sunday.
Pre-school: 24 months to start of Kindergarten
Child care is provided during all hours of operation for pre-schoolers.
Child care is provided for pre-school, drop-in children if openings are available.
School-Aged: Kindergarten and up
Child care is provided during all hours of operation for school-aged children
Child care is provided for school-aged, drop-in children if openings are available.
We know that night time can be a daunting time for children, especially when they aren’t at home in their own beds. Children staying overnight sleep in beds, not cots, so they feel more at home and awaken feeling rested and happy the next morning.
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