Are you looking for high quality childcare?

When choosing childcare, it's important to know what quality is and where to find it. Click here to read our brochure with tips on what high quality childcare is and resources you can use to help find it. 

Spring Newsletter is Here

Our latest newsletter provides information about a new partnership between the Danville Science Center and Danville Community College's early childhood education program, how to make hand washing more effective and teaching children about dental health.

Click here to read the newsletter.

Kindergarten Registration Underway

Will your son or daughter turn 5 years old by September 30 of this year? You can register them for kindergarten now so they're ready to go in the fall.

For registration information click here for the English version or click here for the Spanish version.

RECENT NEWS

Make Handwashing More Effective

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Do you need to teach the children in your classroom (or home) how to wash their hands properly? Check out the story for some helpful tips.

Teaching Children about Dental Health

Monday, May 8, 2017

It's never too early to start promoting good dental health. Start simply, talking with children about why we have teeth, how we use them and how many sets of teeth people have.

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The Science of Early Childhood Development

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READY FOR SCHOOL

Virginia's Getting Ready Model

Virginia's Getting Ready Model

Ready Families. Able to support and provide for healthy children.

Ready Communities. Able to support families as child's first teacher.

Ready Services. Able to provide high quality care to all young children.

Ready Schools. Able to accept "ready" children and provide seamless transitions.

Ready Children. Age appropriate in all six developmental domains: physical developmental and health; social and emotional development; approaches to learning; language and literacy development; cognition and general knowledge and fine arts.