We are a family owned and operated business.
CLC provides four (M-TH) or five day (M-F) a week care to children 8 weeks to 5 years of age.
We take pride in being a dual language center and hope you will join us in this wonderful educational experience! Having access to both Spanish and English can provide children with great opportunities in the future. All of our employees speak Spanish and English, while some of our employees only speak Spanish. In our infant and toddler classrooms, Spanish will be spoken to children most of the time. Once children transition to our preschool classrooms, English and Spanish will be integrated into their day equally.
As always, we encourage parents to be involved in their child’s learning process every step of the way. Parents may find themselves singing Spanish songs, reciting the days of the week in Spanish, and much more with their children. Most of our Preschool graduates enroll in Elementary Schools that offer a Spanish component.
We provide Breakfast, Lunch, and Light P.M. Snack.
Securing the right daycare for your family takes a lot of consideration, but with proper preparation, transitioning into childcare should be an exciting transition for everyone involved. We encourage prospective parents to begin their childcare search with plenty of time in advance. All enrolled children must be up to date on all vaccinations.
We offer tours by appointment only. Tours are given individually to each family. A ten minute time slot will be allotted for every tour, to provide enough time for prospective parents to ask questions.
Please email us with the start date you are interested in, the age group of your child, and whether you are looking for a 4 or 5 day option. When responding to your email inquiry, we will send you a copy of our current policies and rates. If you have received a referral from one of our current families, please do let us know. Four day a week care is usually easier to secure.
Please note– Our childcare is located inside the building of St. Mary Magdalene Roman Catholic Church. As such, there are various religious symbols throughout our building.