Searching for the right caregiver is stressful, but finding the right fit can also be rewarding for your family. The right center gives you the peace of mind that your child is learning, growing and having fun.
Our low teacher-to-student ratios allow teachers to focus on the individual learning styles and needs of each child in our center. Trinity Learning teachers and staff want to form a strong partnership with you to ensure the best possible experience for your child. Our teachers provide daily communication with families and seek to understand your unique needs.
We accept all children regardless of race, sex, creed or color. Our program serves children ages six weeks through twelve years of age. Upon enrollment, several forms must be completed. If you would like to set up a tour, please contact us. Tuition will be discussed at the upon admission.
Our entire facility is monitored 24 hours a day via cameras and video recordings archived. The building is equipped with proximity locks and and a state of the art burglar and fire alarm that is monitored 24/7.
We do not allow any child to leave the center with anyone than the child’s parent or persons listed on the enrollment form. If there is anyone other than you picking up your child, the center must be notified. When dropping off your child, personally bring him/her into the building, sign him/her in and make contact with the teacher. Likewise, when picking up your child let the teacher know that you and your child are leaving and sign him/her out. Please check your child’s cubby every day. Information from teachers, the director, newsletters and children’s work are placed in the cubby.
Our staff creates a special place that gives your child the support they need to learn and grow in a fully furnished environment.More and more, research tells us that our children’s healthy development depends on safe and positive experiences during the first few years of life. If you are a parent who works during these early years, choosing good child care is one of the most important decisions you will ever make for your child.