-Early Learners are 0-24 months with 2 adults and up to 10 children per classroom.
-Explorers are 18-36 months with 1 adult and 8 children per classroom.
-Discoverers are for children 3-4 years old and who are potty trained. These classrooms have 1 adult to 12 children.
-Navigators are for chldren 4-5 years old who will be entering Kindergarten next fall. This classroom has 1 adult to 15 children.
*Children 18-24 months are placed in the classroom most developmentally appropriate.
*Children who turn age 3 with a birth date before August 1 of the current year will be eligible to enroll for our PreSchool Program.
Add your child to our waiting list -LWICD WAITING LIST APPLICATION
Once you and your child have visited the center and received a copy of the handbook, we will place your child on the appropriate classroom waiting list, given there are no open spots at that time. You will be contacted by phone upon an available space and given the opportunity to accept enrollment. If we do not hear back from you within one business day 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. However your child’s name will be moved to the bottom of the list.
CLICK HERE TO SCHEDULE 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.
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. 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.
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 behavior 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 emails and newsletters with what is happening in our schools 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.
Full-time Care $164 one-time security fee, $164 per week
School Age $104 one-time security fee, $104per week
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!
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, Foster Care Vouchers and Essential Worker 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.
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Your child's early years are milestones to growing and developing essential skills. Our facility offers a plentiful variety of books, toys and colorful decor to ensure that your little one has a pleasant surrounding to explore. View photos here.