Daily Parent Communication, both Digitally and the Old Fashioned Way.

Parent communication is very important to us. We have a digital parent communication app, where parents can sign their kids in and out, get updates on upcoming events, receive pictures and videos of their child, and also message with the Director and the Teacher in order to stay current on child’s day and learning progress. Parents are welcome to communicate with staff to get the most current updates on their child’s progress of the day, but even if they choose not to, because of their busy lives, our staff will send little friendly reminders with pictures, videos, and other daily updates. We also frequently send newsletters with what is happening in our school and the world of early childhood education and development. Of course we still embrace the “traditional” method of communication, face-to-face, by appointment, or at pick up and drop off.

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Classroom Option

Sprouts are 0-18+ months with 1 adult and up to 5 children per classroom.

Branches are 18-36 months with 1 adult and up to 8 children per classroom.

Roots are children 3-5 years old and who are potty trained. These classrooms have 1 adult and up to 12 children.

*Children 18-24 months are placed in the classroom most developmentally appropriate whether Sprouts or Branches.

*We always have additional staff support for classrooms.

Tuition Pricing & Payment Options

DHS Traditional Vouchers - $0 one-time security fee, $0 tuition per week (with proof of Certificate of Authorization from DHS)

DHS Foster Vouchers - $0 security fee, $0 tuition per week (with proof of Certificate of Authorization from DHS)

Drop-In Care $44 per day (based on availability, booked ahead of time)

Part-Time Care (set days) - $200 one-time security fee, $44 per day

Full-time Care $200 one-time security fee, $200 per week

Families who enroll siblings full-time will receive a $10 weekly discount off one child.

Full-time Care Monthly draft - $200 one-time security fee, $866.67 monthly

Families enrolled at Look What I Can Do Learning Center have the convenience of processing tuition payments online on an automated draft via checking account or credit card. It's an easy one-time setup and you're done!

Subsidy Assistance

Childcare is often not a luxury, but a necessity for many families. And we, at Look What I Can Do understand that sometimes it can be expensive. Therefore we welcome and accept children from families that receive various forms of assistance from the State, such as Traditional DHS Vouchers and Foster Care Vouchers. We help families with access to applications in hopes approval of State subsidies for childcare costs, and often they get a chance of attending our school absolutely free of charge. Of course those families are held to the same high standards that everyone else at Look What I Can Do have come to expect, with a little added bonus of lessening the financial burden on their family.

Drop-In (Parent's Day Out) Registration

Look What I Can Do offers limited availability of drop-in care for those random days when you need it! Do you need a child-free day to run errands, wrap gifts, clean house, or need a "me" day? Did your employer call you in last minute? This is a perfect solution for you. Drop-In care is a pre-paid service and is non-refundable once booked. Available care hours are 6:30am to 5:45pm Monday through Friday.

Waiting Lists

Add your child to our waiting list -LWICD WAITING LIST APPLICATION

Once you have completed the waiting list application, we will place your child on the appropriate classroom waiting list. After completion of the waiting list application, you can schedule a tour at your convenience to view our facility and review policies. If you wish to wait on the tour, you will be contacted by phone upon an available space and given the opportunity to accept enrollment. 

Waiting List Policy -When calling, If we do not hear back from you within one business day to accept or decline an available enrollment spot, the spot will be offered to the next child on that list. As your child grows, his/her name will be moved to the appropriate waiting list of the next classroom and placed on the list by date of application. If you are not in need of child care at the time you receive the call, you can remain on the waiting list.

For Drop In / Parent Day Out, a tour is not necessary ahead of time. You may book your child’s spot, arrive with your child & we will assist you further!

Take a Tour


Scheduling a tour is easy! We believe this is the best way to determine if Look What I Can Do is the best fit for your family. We want you to get a first hand experience of our normal operations, as we do expect visitors at any moment. You will have the opportunity to meet with a Director and teachers, view multiple classrooms,, view the playgrounds and other important areas of our center. A Parent Handbook will be reviewed and provided to you so that you can have the opportunity to discuss the information with those that are important to you when making the decision of the best child care center for your family. We have the hope that Look What I Can Do is your first choice for child care while also understanding that each family has it's own specific and individualized needs.

Registration & Enrollment

Once you have toured and wish to enroll. You will be asked to complete the Child Enrollment Packet. If your child did not attend the previously scheduled tour, parents are encouraged to schedule an enrollment visit with their child/children prior to the first day of attendance. We will use this visit as a time to discuss our program, meet your child’s teacher and answer questions.. We will also assist with the electronic enrollment packet, if needed. For some families, a tour and enrollment visit will be completed in their first visit

For children who have never been in a large childcare setting, this can be difficult. We will work closely with your family to make this an easier transition.

General Policies

Stay up-to-date on the happenings at Look What I Can Do by joining our social media pages & electronic communication offerings!

  • Communication: We will provide open communication about your child's day through our child care software app which includes live updates for all activities and care components! You will be able to message your child's teacher and all members of our Management as easily as sending a text message.
  • Authorized Pick-Up: Ensuring that any person taking a child from the center is safe and permissible from the parent/guardian who enrolled the child is a requirement and will be strictly enforced. This is a safety concern for the protection of the children, staff & parents. Due to this reason, photo identification will be required at pick-up until staff is familiar with the pick-up person.
  • Parental Involvement: We provide plentiful parent involvement activities throughout the year including holiday parties, special family events and teacher requested classroom activities. We encourage parents to visit or volunteer in the classrooms to become more involved in your child's experiences! We accept parents as volunteers daily!
  • Meals: In order to accommodate the individual and specific needs of all children, parents will provide a daily lunch + two snacks OR baby food + pre-made bottles. Bottles and lunch boxes will be sent home daily for washing and refilling. (INFANTS ONLY)
  • Birthday Parties: Birthdays are something that can make a child feel special and extra loved! We encourage parents to bring a special snack for your child’s birthday and any other decorations you wish! We do however ask these items be store, deli, or bakery prepared items! Please no latex or plastic balloons, as these can be a choking hazard. Foil balloons are allowed. Please keep in mind some children do have allergies. Your child’s teacher can assist you in notification if there is a concern related to a specific allergy of children in your child’s classroom.
  • Extra Spaces: We will have a breastfeeding room available to mother’s who prefer to feed on-site or express milk for bottle preparation. We encourage mother-infant interaction!
  • Sun Safety: Sunscreen will only be applied to children in which it has been provided to the facility by a parent/guardian. We are only able to accept lotion based, non-spray sunscreens in the facility. Our goal is to protect children's eyes and lungs from the harmful chemical in spraying sunscreens.
  • School Pictures: Professional school pictures will be taken two or more times per year. Picture packages are offered with various pricing options.
  • Labeling Child Items: Your child's name must be on all items prior to being brought to the center so the items are not confused for another child's. Many parents choose to use stretchable name labels or waterproof sticker labels for their child's items. We highly recommend the investment of pre-made name labels.
  • Toys: Children should not bring toys from home. We provide plentiful toys for the children to enjoy each day.
  • Linens: We supply crib sheets, nap mats, mat sheets, mat blankets and bibs. We wash these items daily and/or weekly.
  • Potty Training: We are more than happy to encourage potty training, typically beginning near/after 2 years of age. We will assist in potty training provided the child is showing signs of readiness such as being able to indicate the need to use the bathroom, is interested in staying dry, or is staying dry for long periods during the day. The initial start needs to be at home for several days with some success before starting at the center. Please dress your child in easy to manage clothing and provide extra changes of clothing at the center, including socks. Communication between parents and the teachers is imperative for a successful transition from diapers to toilet. We practice self-hand washing and drying. Until then, diaper changes are scheduled periodically throughout the day and as needed and we talk about the potty, reading books and allowing the same gender child to see someone their size use the potty. This decreases the ‘fear’ of potty training and we have had success with children being curious about using the potty at an earlier age.