The Early Childhood Children's Programs provide quality education and care for children of Peninsula College Students. Children from the community are welcome when space is available. A college-trained staff ensures a safe and nurturing environment. Age-appropriate activities, such as music, mathematics, science, stories, art, field trips, and outdoor play are provided for the children. Parent Education and family support services are vital parts of our program. For more information and links to Parent Education Programs visit the Family Life Education web site.
Hours of Operation:
The Educare Center is open Monday through Friday during Fall, Winter and Spring Quarters for all college instructional days. We are closed Summer Quarter.
Our Mission Statement:
We believe that student parents can successfully achieve their educational goals if their children have quality nurturing child care. The children's program at Peninsula College believes that the years before age 6 are the most important learning years for children. Daily activities promote optimum experiences for children in their physical, intellectual, social, and emotional growth.
Registration for child care is made by either calling the Educare Center at (360) 417-6532 or stop by the Center.
NonDiscrimination Statement: These child care services are available to all eligible children and parents regardless of age, sex, race, creed, color, marital status, religion, national origin, disabled veteran status, Vietnam-Era veteran status, or disability.
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