Aurora Early Learning Center
AURORA EARLY LEARNING CENTER
Staff members team with families to create learning goals for children to prepare them for kindergarten and plans daily experiences based on these goals.
The center’s unique Healthy Lifestyles curriculum helps children develop healthy routines and activities, emphasizing proper nutrition, daily exercise and protecting our environment by recycling, reducing and reusing. We cook on-site, allowing us to serve healthier food and cater to children’s taste preferences. The center contains a garden where children are able to plant, care for, and harvest vegetables and flowers. The center also provides services such as free museum passes and exercise classes.
Formal parent-teacher conferences are scheduled twice a year and frequent, fun and educational family nights are planned throughout the year. A family resource room provides a space for families to use a computer, meet with teachers or counselors and read materials about child development and parenting.
Through the CCAP program, we work with families to provide premier child care services at a reduced rate depending on income and additional criteria. For additional information visit our page on the Child Care Assistance Program. To find out if your family meets the criteria for a child care subsidy, contact our center director.
What The Parents Are Saying
“The center has helped my son’s physical and mental development. He loves his teachers, and they give me daily reports about what he did or didn’t do. I’m here at work all day, and I don’t worry about him at all.”
“I am really happy. I feel so comfortable going to work and seeing that my kids stay happy.”
“The reason I chose Aurora Early Learning Center is because they have friendly staff, are always helpful, it’s a clean facility and they have flexible hours. I’m very happy I have the chance to enroll my son in the center.”
“I’ve seen improvements in my children’s social skills since they started at the center.”
“I’m happy that the center is a healthy environment for my son and has healthy eating habits.”
Meet Our Director
Email Me @ firstname.lastname@example.org
6:30 a.m – 5:30 p.m.
Monday – Friday
PROGRAM START TIMES
Kindergarten: 11:30 a.m.
1st Grade & Older: 2:30 p.m.
1:8 Two Year Olds
1:10 3-5 Year Olds
1:15 School Age
What’s Going On At Aurora?
January 1: No School
January 20: No School: MLK Jr. Day
February 17: No School: Staff Training
March 1 through 30: Parent Teacher Conferences
March 6: Early Dismissal 2:00pm: Staff Training
May 25: No School: Memorial Day
June 1 through 30: Parent Teacher Conferences
July 4: No School: Independence Day
August 15: No School: Staff Training
August 16: No School: Staff Training
August 19: First Day of School year
September 2: No School: Labor Day
October 14: No School: Staff Training
November 1 through 30: Parent Teacher Conferences
November 28/29: No School: Thanksgiving Holiday Observed
December 23 through 27: No School: Winter Break
December 30: Classes Resume but Closed January 1