Our infant program is offered at the West Center. Babies may begin at six weeks or anytime during their 1st year. We have wonderful caregivers that have the experience to give a baby the right kind of attention and love. Music, story time, and abundance of stimulating toys encourage targeted growth and developmental milestones as a baby begins an adventure of discovery. After one year of age, and able to walk and feed himself/herself, the baby transitions to our toddler room.
The Toddler Program provides the newly independent one year old an ideal setting to explore. During the toddler stage, children learn to talk, solve problems, relate to others and make friends. Our teachers are experts at encouraging appropriate activities that will enhance a child’s physical, social, emotional and intellectual development.
Our Preschool Program starts at age three. We use the Creative Curriculum system which combines the latest research and the freshest ideas into a forward-thinking approach to learning, one that honors creativity and respects the role that teachers play in making learning exciting and relevant for every child in their classrooms.
The Early Childhood Education program is designed for children aged 1- to 5- years old from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. This program is geared for wobblers, the “trying twos and threes” and the “I can do it myself” fours and fives.
In preparation for a life time of learning, children age 4 attend a VPK program. This program lays the foundation for academic, social and emotional success.
Our after school program, A.C.E.S (Academic, Character Education and SPARK-a physical fitness program), provides a safe and enriching environment for children in kindergarten through 5th grade, Monday through Friday until 5:30 p.m.
The Summer Camp program develops social skills and physical development for children ages 6 to 12 years. During the summer months from June to August, the Summer Camp program is offered up to ten hours a day, Monday through Friday.
Family Support Services include: referral for services, counseling, parent nutrition, financial education, assistance with accessing employment, GED, ESOL and other enrichment program.