A child is considered an infant if they are between the ages of 6 weeks and 1 year old. We strive to maintain a ratio of 1 adult to 3 infants in our daycare even though the state requirement is 1 adult to 4 infants. We feel that infants need lots of love and attention and the best way to do that is to have more one on one time with the little ones.
A child is considered a toddler when they are between the ages of 1-2 years old. Our state required ratio in this department is 1 adult to 5 toddlers for the one year olds and 1 adult to 6 toddlers for the two year olds. We will sometimes mix the toddlers with the preschool age from 6:00-7:00 in the morning and from 5:00-6:00 in the evening when there is a small quantity of children. We like to think of this as a happy little daycare family.
A child is considered a pre-schooler when they are between the ages of 3-5 years old. Our standard ratio for this department is 1 adult to 10 pre-schoolers. Although we provide a pre-school program, our Christian school focuses more on getting preschoolers ready for Kindergarten. Feel free to check out our school website, using the link below, for additional information regarding enrollment in our Pre-School or any other information about our Christian school.
A child is considered young school age from the time a child attends kindergarten to the date the child enters the 4th grade of a public or private school system. Our standard ratio for this department is 1 adult to 12 young school age children. Though we only provide a school age program during the summer, our Christian school is available for kindergarteners through 6th grade throughout the school year. Feel free to check out our school website, using the link below, for additional information regarding enrollment or other information about our Christian school.