A daily flat rate available to any registered child. All drop in care must be registered for 24 hrs. in advance.
A service that is tailored to the parent who needs a couple of hours of childcare. Mommy time is 4 hrs. of childcare that allows the parent the ability to run a few errands without worrying about their child.
This for parents who need 27 hrs. of childcare on a weekly basis.
A “Mommy Time” program, also commonly known as “Parent’s Morning Out,” is a valuable service that many schools and preschools offer to provide parents with a few hours of free time while their child enjoys structured activities and socialization in a safe and nurturing environment. This program can be a welcome respite for parents who need a break, whether for self-care, appointments, or other personal needs.
We recognize the importance of supporting parents and caregivers. Our “Mommy Time” program is designed to offer parents a few hours of well-deserved respite while ensuring their child receives quality care and engaging activities.
At Lovin Touch Learning Center, we understand the demands of parenting and are dedicated to providing a helping hand when you need it most. Our “Mommy Time” program is designed to give you a break while ensuring your child enjoys a safe and enriching experience in our care.
All enrolled children will have access to daily activities and meals! All services are based on a flat rate (with the exception of (“Drop In Care”)! All services must be registered and confirmed 24 hours in advance!
In a HighScope preschool program, teachers ignite children’s interest in learning by creating an environment that encourages them to explore learning materials and interact with adults and peers. We focus on supporting early learners as they make decisions, build academic skills, develop socially and emotionally, and become part of a classroom community.
The HighScope Preschool Curriculum is based on more than 50 years of research on early childhood development and has been validated by direct evaluation of the curriculum. Our framework for understanding and supporting children’s learning from ages 3–5 years is based on 58 key developmental indicators (KDIs), which are aligned with national and state early learning standards, Common Core State Standards, and the Head Start Early Learning Outcomes Framework.
This critical period is essential for a child’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development. Proper infant care involves meeting the baby’s basic needs and ensuring their safety, comfort, and overall well-being
This stage of development is marked by significant growth and exploration as toddlers continue to develop physically, cognitively, and emotionally.
Serves as a preparatory step before formal kindergarten education and focuses on fostering various aspects of a child’s development in a structured and nurturing environment.
It is a crucial stage of development as children continue to grow physically, intellectually, socially, and emotionally.
Free 4 year old program that is 5 days a week
These programs are typically offered on weekdays and can be an essential support for working parents or guardians who may not be available to care for their children immediately after the regular school day ends.