Smart-Start Quality Child Care, Inc.
1022 N 8th St W Riverton, WY 82501 (307) firstname.lastname@example.org
Smart-Start strives to make each child feel loved, valued, and capable. Although play is valued as an important aspect of childhood and children are given many opportunities to participate in creative, child initiated activities, intentional teaching is also an important component of our center. Research indicates that the first 5 years are the most important time to stimulate a child's interest and capacity to learn. In both the childcare center and in the pre-school, children will have opportunities to develop in these areas: Pro-social cooperative interaction with others, language development, literacy and alphabet knowledge, counting and number concepts, creative expression through art. music, and movement, large motor coordination and balance, fine motor and writing readiness, dramatic play, and science and nature awareness.
Child Care and Development
Child care is more than just daytime supervision for your child. At Smart-Start Quality Child Care, your child has a fun, nurturing environment to explore, learn, and socialize with his or her peers. Our caring staff is dedicated to providing a safe setting with creative activities for your child to enjoy.
Your child’s mind is growing rapidly during the first few years of his or her life. Smart-Start Quality Child Care is proud to offer engaging and enriching activities that both challenge your child and prepare him or her for a lifetime of learning.
SSQCC Child Care Rates
Smart-Start Quality Child Care
charges a flat monthly rate according to the child's age.
We do not accept hourly or drop-in attendance.
A $50 registration fee will be due before the first month of attendance.
3 y/o................................... $550.00/month
**Tuition changes the month after their birthday month.**
SSMA Pre-School and
Smart-Start Montessori Academy is an academic pre-school and private kindergarten for children ages 3 to 6.
The morning classes are held 8:00am to 11:00 am and the afternoon classes are from 11:45 am to 2:45 pm.
The preschool is a separate service and additional costs do apply if you choose to enroll your child in the pre-school as well as the child care center.
Preschool Tuition Rates:
(Tuesday & Thursday)
(Monday, Wednesday, & Friday)
The Montessori Kindergarten program goes from 8:00 am to 2:45 pm. Teachers walk the students to and from preschool and childcare for their assigned class time.
Kindergarten Tuition Rate:
**For the first month of school (September) an additional $20.00 will be added to tuition to cover enrollment fees.**
SSQCC desires that there be a safe, positive and nurturing environment for all children who attend our facility. SSQCC believes that most children desire to "please", and misbehavior is generally a sign that they need attention and acceptance. For this reason, we try to ignore most mild misbehaviors and give attention to those children who follow the rules. The students learn quickly that the best way to get noticed is to be cooperative and obedient. We want each student to feel safe and accepted and that the childcare environment is fun, rewarding, and positive. For this to happen, we enforce the following rules:
1. Be Kind! People are not for hurting! Neither children nor staff are allowed to "touch" or "talk" to another person in an unkind way.
2. Be Safe. Use walking feet indoors. Only take reasonable risks.
3. Be Neat. Take what you need, use it wisely, and put everything away when you are finished.
When a child forgets one of these rules, they are invited to either change their behavior immediately or go to their seats until their brain remembers and a teacher can give them a guidance session to teach them a better way to handle their problem. Guidance sessions will always occur when there is a conflict between two or more children involving physical aggression or disrespect for another person's rights. We do not believe in "punishing" a child for misbehavior, but rather teaching them the right way to behave. We believe in guiding a child as firmly as necessary but as gently as possible. Our staff is trained to use positive child guidance techniques. If a child becomes belligerent/dangerous to others and the staff is not able to console or help the child regain control, a parent will be called and asked to take the child home. If a child has to be sent home three times, a request is made to make other child care arrangements. SSQCC will work with you in helping your child to learn the joy and happiness that comes from being cooperative and obedient.
At Smart-Start Quality Child Care we participate in the Child and Adult Food Care Program providing nutritious meals for breakfast, lunch and snack.
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.