CCDC offers three
infant-toddler programs for children.
Each program is based on developmental theory and support in reaching
developmental milestones in the areas of social-emotional development, language
development, self help skills, and gross motor skills. Nutritional guidelines and changes in feeding
routines are coordinated between parents and lead teachers.
Lead Teachers have a minimum
of three years experience or three years formal training at the college
level. Lead Teachers are supervised by
administrative staff with degrees in education who meet weekly with them to
review classroom routines, safety and health protocols, and learner progress.
Learner progress and goals to
achieve are communicated to parents during Fall and Spring parent teacher conferences. Updates of learner progress are documented on
daily notes by Lead Teachers which are sent home with the children at the end
of each day. Assistant Teachers help the
Lead Teachers implement the daily routines and the individualized student goals.
The Itty Bitty Room staff care for nine infants from six weeks
to twelve months. Itty Bitty daily
schedules are individualized for each child.
Parents update written instructions for care on a monthly basis. Caregivers establish and coordinate feeding
routines, nap routines, and play activities.
The Itty Bitty Room opens at 7 AM and closes at 6 PM.
Never too young or too old for Halloween at Centerville Child Development
Center. See below for pictures of our Halloween Party.