The first 2000 days of life is the most important developmental phase of a childs life creating the foundation for all future learning and life skills.

 We have three classrooms each with Creative Curriculum programs directed to meet children's individual needs and interest at the age appropriate level.  Our goal in each is to encourage independence, develop self-control, teach conflict resolution and problem solving, foster appreciation for diversity, foster positive self-image and encourage creativity.

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Infant Room
8 children, 6 weeks to 18 months old
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Toddler Room
10 children, 18 months to 3 years old

The Toddler Room can hold up to 10 children.  The ratio in this room is 1 adult to 5 toddlers.  The lead teacher is Jessica Moore.  They have  circle time every day and follow a developmentally appropriate lesson plan from Creative Curriculum for Toddlers designed to meet their individual needs  prepared by their lead teacher.

Our Infant room can have up to 7 babies.  The ratio is 1 adult to 4 infants. Our Lead Teacher Rachel Grausgruber works with the babies by using the Creative Curriculum for Infanats program.  In this room we help them with so many of their "firsts" - first crawling, first steps, first hand eye coordination skills.

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Preschool Room
14 children, 3 years to
5 years old
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Enjoying the last days of fall and painting fall trees.

Our Preschool room can hold up to 14 children.  The ratio in this room is 1 adult to 7 children.   Our curriculum from Creative Curriculum for Preschool is developmentally appropriate for preschoolers.  The teacher in here is Justina Mead.  Justina creates a lesson plan every week designed to meet the age and needs of her children.


Having fun with sensory play,  building a marble run, and homemade play dough.