With 213 preschools and child development centers operating in the state of Alaska, the right daycare option is waiting for you. Whether you prefer a larger preschool with an innovative early childhood curriculum or the cozy personalization of smaller daycare centers, there are Alaska childcare centers to fit every preference and budget. Check out the Quick Search box on the right hand side of the page in order to search for childcare providers by zip code or city/state. You can also click on your county and follow the links. You will be able to access information about scores of different childcare providers in your area, complete with reviews, business hours, a street view map, the age ranges the childcare providers service, the size of the service, and where the provider is located.
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The SRC Summer Day Camp is a not for profit program made possible by the Skagway Recreation Center. The program was created for 8-12 year olds who are interested in spending a partial summer in a positive and nurturing environment. The program offers fun activities, diverse learning experiences and opportunities for developing friendships that last a lifetime.
Raw Joy School Age Program (the name combines Randy Smith Middle School, Anne Wein and Joy Elementary Schools that are in our neighborhood) will reach 5-12 year old students and foster emotional resilience, academic success, physical stamina and give stability to children while parents or caregivers work. As of September 1, 2016 Raw Joy School Age program was given a provisional Child Care license by the state of Alaska.
Nome Preschool is operated under the Nome Preschool Association, Inc., a nonprofit organization, that was incorporated in 1970
We believe that every child is valuable, unique and able to accomplish great and marvelous things. Every child is a treasure chest full of life, joy, wonder, and adventure, and our goal is to help them acquire the right learning and developmental skills to discover all the potential that is in each one of them. Our children will learn social, emotional, and cognitive skills through play and group activities.
Nikaitchuat Ilisagviat is an Inupiaq language immersion school with a mission to instill the knowledge of Inupiaq identity, dignity, respect and to cultivate a love of lifelong learning.
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