Open Enrollment for Parkland College Child Development Center
Now enrolling children ages 2 to 5 years for the fall 2018 semester
The Parkland College Child Development Center is accepting applications for enrollment of children ages 2 to 5 years for the fall 2018 semester.
Families in the area who are looking for high-quality full- or part-time child care take advantage of this Champaign-Urbana resource on the Parkland campus. Licensed through the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services and accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the CDC is a demonstration laboratory school open to Parkland College students, staff, and district residents. It encourages whole-child education, offering a variety of experiences that help children develop good self-discipline, positive interactions with other children and adults, and an appreciation of a multicultural, multiethnic society.
The CDC facility provides three large classrooms, each led by a head teacher and an assistant teacher who are professional staff at Parkland College. Its program features a low student-teacher ratio, fresh and tasty meals prepared on site, onsite public safety, spacious and secure green space, indoor play areas, an in-house library with lending services, and onsite enrichment opportunities on the Parkland College campus including visits to the Staerkel Planetarium.
Located in building G on the school's main campus, the CDC accepts CCRS and offers a sliding scale for its tuition rates.
For more information, contact Nancy Kemna or Tara Bailey at 217/373-3777 or visit parkland.edu/cdc.