Our center is open weekdays, Monday through Friday. The hours are set for the convenience of working parents and commuters. The center is open from 7:00 am 5:30 pm. You are welcome to drop off/pick up your kids at the times that works best for you.

We have stopped offering a half day option. Part time - 4 days a week - schedule is available for Preschool and Pre-K aged children. Part time options for infants and toddlers is not possible because of capacity and schedule constraints.

The center is closed on New Year's Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Juneteenth, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Day After Thaksgiving and Christmas. We also close on Christmas Eve.

We offer Spanish bilingual education.

One to three hours.

Yes, we have our curriculum organized into separate rooms for preschool children. We engage children daily in STEAM learning and activities.

We offer freshly cooked breakfast, lunch, and a snack. We are very concerned about health and wellness, which is why our meal times are a wonderful opportunity for children to interact with each other and staff. Parents are always welcome to join us.

The fees cover breakfast, lunch, and a snack. There is no extra charge for early drop-off after 7:00 AM or late pick-up up to 5:30 pm

Yes, each student will have their own mat.

Our center is licensed and permitted through Colorado's Health and Human Services Department and the County. We also participate in the Colorado Shines Quality and Rating Improvemnt program and are currently rated as a Level 4 program.

Our teachers are dedicated educators with preschool credentials in the classroom. They have completed early childhood education training per State requirements.

Yes. We are a registered provider for Colorado UPK. You can select us on the UPK portal when you register your child.

We work with Douglas and Arapahoe county for CCAP funding. This reduces or eliminates the cost of the program based on the income status of the parents. We are also an approved provider of Universal Preschool Colorado (UPK) for children 4 years and older and some 3 year olds.

The center monitors inclement weather procedures at the Douglas County school district. If the school district's schools are closed or delayed and the main town of Parker is impacted, the Director will make a decision and notify parents the previous day if possible or early morning before 6:30 AM.

Our center is disinfected daily and all toys and other educational materials are cleaned daily after use. We also follow guidelines as prescribed by Colorado Depeartment of Public Health and Douglas County Health and keep parents updated on changing guidelines.