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Our Vision

IMG_1386 Play-based Learning
We believe children naturally when they have uninterrupted play time. Children live in the state of creativity which we foster every day.
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Natural, healthy nutrition is a big part of a wholesome curriculum of care. Young brains need the best foods to develop and function every day.
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Imagination and make-believe are critical to developing the ability in young children of becoming problem-solving experts in their future.
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As a part of the Reggio Emilia philosophy, we design our space with the intention for the classroom to serve as a third teacher

Child-centered Programs

Our priority for Infants is to facilitate natural attachments with caregivers. Comes without saying that infants are our priority during any daily activity.
The world of a toddler is expanding daily by the immense physical growth they are experiencing. Variety of toys, centers, and safety is our goal.
Preschoolers are the experts on dramatic play and creative games. Their vocabulary and skills often blossom tremendously at this stage.
Right before graduating our preschoolers become little teachers and spend great amounts of time helping us and their peers
Early exposure to quality activities and curriculum it's key to reinforce a strong early childhood foundation that will carry on for the rest of their lives.
We are just a speck on this beautiful world, we must go out and enjoy nature. Young children benefit greatly from daily exercise and fun gross motor skill activities.


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Daycare Hours

  • MONDAY: 7:00am to 6:00pm
  • TUESDAY: 7:00am to 6:00pm
  • WEDNESDAY: 7:00am to 6:00pm
  • THURSDAY: 7:00am to 6:00pm
  • FRIDAY: 7:00am to 6:00pm

There is a $10 late fee for every 30 minutes you pick up your child after 6:00 pm.

We do not offer early drop off, we open at 7:00 am sharp.

Child care will not be available on the following holidays.

  1. Martin Luther King’s Jr. Day, January 18th
  2. President’s Day, February 15th
  3. Memorial Day, May 30th
  4. Independence Day, July 4th
  5. Closed for vacation August 1st to August 5th 
  6. Labor Day, September 5th
  7. Columbus Day, October 10th
  8. Veteran’s Day, November 11th
  9. Thanksgiving, November 24th and November 25th
  10. Christmas Day will be observed on December 26th
  11. New Year’ Eve will be observed on January 2nd