Child Development Center FAQs

Is there a waiting list?
Yes, your child’s name will be placed on our waiting list when your completed application form and fee are received. Openings are most likely to occur at the end of the regular school year and are filled to maintain a balanced enrollment in each classroom. 

Do you offer scholarships or tuition assistance programs?
Yes, we offer scholarships and tuition assistance for families who qualify and are financially eligible for those services. We offer free childcare for military children of wounded warriors. Families will have an opportunity to apply for these services when your child is enrolled in our child development program.  

Do you accept children who have medical conditions, developmental delay, physical or mental disabilities, behavioral problems and/or an IEP or IFSP? 
Yes, all of our programs are inclusive. We enroll children with a diversity of abilities and developmental limitations. Our teachers and staff work closely with various community agencies to insure a continuity of services. We also provide speech, occupational and physical therapy for those for qualify for therapy services. 

What if my child speaks a language other than English?
Our teachers and administrative staff will work closely with your child to ensure that his or her personal and learning needs are being met on a daily basis. They will also help children gradually acquire English words in a respectful and supportive environment.

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