There are no child development centers in Greenville, IA. Below are some preschools and child care centers nearby. Simply click on the links below to learn more about childcare centers near Greenville that are dedicated to providing families with safe, quality childcare. You can also read reviews about various childcare providers to learn more about which is the right choice for your family. We always welcome comments and corrections, to better the browsing experience on our site.
Sioux Central Childcare Center-Downtown Site is a Licensed Center in SIOUX RAPIDS IA, with a maximum capacity of 22 children. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.
Sioux Central Childcare-Infant Site is a Licensed Center in SIOUX RAPIDS IA, with a maximum capacity of 23 children. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.
Trinity Preschool & Daycare is a Licensed Center in SPENCER IA, with a maximum capacity of 88 children. The provider also participates in a subsidized child care program.
Spencer Community Preschool is a Licensed Center in SPENCER IA, with a maximum capacity of 25 children. The provider does not participate in a subsidized child care program.
UDMO is dedicated to building partnerships, empowering people, and alleviating the conditions and causes of poverty.
Kids Kamp is our all-day Summer Child Care Program for school-aged children held at the Spencer Family YMCA. It will begin when school lets out for the summer and end when school starts. Kids Kamp offers superb programming, top quality staff, great f ...
We would like to introduce to you Sacred Heart Catholic Elementary School. Sacred Heart is a fully accredited Pre-Kindergarten through 6th grade school that incorporates religious education throughout the curriculum. All of our teachers are state acc ...
We need at least 10 children for each pre-kindergarten class and 8 children for each 3 year old class by August 1. Afternoon classes will be added if enrollment dictates.
Noah’s Ark Daycare Center was formed to serve a need in the community for quality child care. We are committed to providing a Christ-centered homelike atmosphere where children, their families and staff alike are treated with compassion and respect.
The Head Start Program was established in 1965, to provide preschool children of low income families a comprehensive, family-centered, child development program to meet their educational, emotional, social, health, nutritional and psychological needs ...
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