The center will meet with the family to determine the needs of the child and together with the family decide if the program can meet both the... read more
No, the center has its own holiday calendar.
January 19 Martin Luther King Day (evening only)
May... read more
TodayCare Children’s Centers(link is external) currently operates six centers in the states of Alabama, California, Florida, North Carolina, and... read more
There is no limit on the number of hours you may use the center per week.
The center will have important demographic information on each parent and family member permitted to pick up the child, including telephone... read more
The drop-in program has two separate classrooms where children will spend their time. Two year olds through school age will be grouped according... read more
No, since the majority of classes are scheduled during the week, the center will not be open on the weekends.
Yes, the maximum number of hours per day is 10.
Yes. Students: $25 per term or $50 annually; Faculty, staff and community: $75 annually
Yes, the center will discount the oldest child’s tuition ten percent per week, for full time enrollment.
The information states the center takes children through age 10. What about children who are 11 but still in fifth grade?
The center takes children through fifth grade.
All children will benefit from developmentally appropriate activities written specifically for their age group. Activities for the children will... read more
Infants are six weeks through 12 months. Toddlers are 12 months through 24 months.
We feel strongly that consistency is an important factor in choosing an early childhood program. In order to maintain that consistency, upon... read more
For the entire rate structure, please see the tuition schedule
The playground is made up of several different surfaces including a concrete area with climbing structures and a rubber surface for outside play... read more
Each faculty member will have a background check performed and will be fingerprinted. In addition, each faculty will be trained in Pediatric First... read more
Infants will have individual cribs. Toddlers through pre-kindergarten children in the core program will sleep on a cot within their classroom.
Yes, faculty of the center will work with families to facilitate any potty training efforts between home and school.
No, transportation will not be provided.
Yes, we are currently a provider with PHELC.
Yes, each family who enrolls a child will receive a parent handbook and the policies of the center.