About the Center
The Village Children’s Center was born as two women came together with a concept of
what they wanted from a child care center. They used their combined education and
experiences to build a center that they would want their own children to attend.
We’re here to provide you with peace of mind, from the moment you drop your child off, until the moment you pick your child up. Each authorized adult is given a pin number to sign their child(ren) in and out. Each family receives a log in to view their child during the day as they learn and play. All our teachers receive regular training in safety procedures, including emergency and evacuation situations. We always follow strict ratio guidelines, ensuring direct supervision of children at all times. Children and staff wash hands throughout the day, to prevent the spread of germs. Children are closely monitored for signs of illness. Classrooms are cleaned and disinfected with child-safe products on a regular schedule. We pride ourselves on maintaining a safe, secure school environment—and providing peace of mind to all our families.
Good nutrition is vital to children’s overall development and wellbeing. At the Village Children’s Center, food is prepared on-premises, in our kitchen. We follow strict standards to cut food to appropriate sizes based on age group. Staff members supervise all meals and snack times, to make sure our children are eating healthy—and safely. Our weekly menus are carefully planned to follow child care nutrition guidelines at every meal. Check out our menu below.
October 26-30, 2020
Two teacher inservice days per year - typically in May & October - May (canceled due to COVID-19) & October 9, 2020. Note: If any holiday falls on a weekend, the closure will be the closest weekday of that holiday.
New Year's Eve
New Year's Day
Mardi Gras Day
4th of July
Day After Thanksgiving Day
To provide a quality childcare experience that helps your child progress physically, emotionally, and developmentally.
The Village Children’s Center focuses on the needs of the child, the parent and the caregiver. Our belief is that this is a cyclical process. The center puts the needs of the children first, while realizing that the parents entrust these children to the caregivers and in turn, these caregivers commit their lives to caring for the children.