Q. What age children does the CDC accept?
A. Children from 12 months to 4 years
Q. What days of the week does class
A. Infant/Toddler classes are either Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday morning or afternoon. No full day class is offered
Q. What is the daily schedule?
A. Infant/Toddler morning class meets from 8:55 to 11:30
Afternoon class meets from 1:00 to 3:30
Preschool class meets from 8:45 to 11:45
Afternoon class meets from 1:00 to 4:00
Q. Is the CDC open if the university is not
A. No the CDC is closed when the university is closed, however the director's position is a 12 month position, so the office is staffed year round.
Q. What happens when there is inclement
A. The policy for inclement weather is outlined in the Parent Handbook, but basically if there is a threat of accumulating snow, tornadoes, or any other weather condition that would threaten the health and safety of the children and staff, the school will be closed.
Q. By whom is the CDC licensed and
A. The CDC is licensed by the Department of Human Services and accredited by the National Association of the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Q. How much does it cost to send a child to
A. The tuition for the Infant/Toddler program is $300 per semester; preschool tuition is $500 a semester. There is a $100 non refundable enrollment charge for each child with $50 of that going toward tuition upon acceptance.
Q. Is the CDC considered a child care
A. No, the CDC is a half-day program only. The children enrolled do not eat meals or nap at the facility. There is not a full day program offered.
Q. What is a practicum site or lab
A. Our program is both a practicum site and lab school, therefore it is run by the university and as such exists to train pre-service teachers who will be entering the field of teaching professionally.