We do get funding from, United Way, Grants, The Child and Adult Food Program, BrightPoint Vouchers, and Fundraisers. This helps to subsidize because child care fees do not cover all the operating costs.

Childcare fees are used for nutritious meals while your child is at the center, classroom materials, certified teachers, and other daily operations of the center. The fees though do not cover all the costs that we have during the year.

Yes, we offer scholarships to the qualifying families. The way that we determine scholarships is based on your monthly income. The United Way allocates money to the center to allow us to offer childcare at a discounted price. Also, we do offer discounts for multiple children.

No, the teachers work hard with the children at potty training if they are ready. You will be responsible though for bringing your own unwrapped diapers and baby wipes. Also, if you forget your diapers and wipes or run out we have extras but charge $1.00 for each diaper used.

Yes, we are open all year round. We are only closed if weather is a safety issues for our families and staff. If this happens the center will have it announced on WNDU.com website and the local radio stations WAWC 103.5 and WRSW 107.3.

Yes, we are closed for the following holidays, Memorial Day, Labor Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving and Friday after, and the week between Christmas and New Years. These are paid holidays so we do charge fees for those Holidays.

*We are also closed twice a year for staff trainings. One in the spring and one in the fall.  These days we do not charge for.

Infants to Five Years

5:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

  • Please call us to hear about our competitive rates.
  • We do have part time options avaiable for families.
  • We also give 2nd and 3rd child discounts