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About Wee Care Day School

Learn & Explore

Wee Care Day School has been a Keystone Star 4 site since 2008. Licensed to serve a total of 112 children, we care for infants as young as 6 weeks through children age 12, offering child care, a licensed kindergarten, before- and after-school programs, and summer camp for school age children. Breakfast, lunch and a snack are provided. WCDS employs approximately 20 part- and full-time staff members, including individuals with degrees in early childhood and elementary education. The staff members communicate daily with parents and guardians in person or through an app that sends alerts on key aspects of the children’s days, such as naps, meals and general notes.

At Wee Care Day School, families can feel comfortable knowing their child(ren) will be taken care of by devoted, nurturing and trustworthy staff members. We will provide and model for the children a positive, clean, safe, friendly, and respectful environment. Our teachers and staff will work as a team with one another and with families in order to support exploration and growth. Our staff believes in the importance of learning through play. The staff members are professional early childhood educators and continue to dedicate themselves to the field of early childhood education through various training opportunities and attaining higher education goals. We will provide the children with many varied experiences through hands-on activities using a wide variety of toys, materials and items from nature.

Our staff will communicate with families on a daily basis. The staff will be sensitive to each parent and child’s needs. Each child’s individuality will be appreciated and celebrated. Families will know that our staff members are enthusiastic about teaching from the smiles on the staff and children’s faces, the busy classroom environments, the children’s displays of work, photographs throughout the center and the interaction the staff has with the children. We will continue to connect with the community and form a positive relationship by sharing the importance of quality early childhood education. 


“We encourage an open dialogue with our families, and we respect the individual needs of each child. Teachers regularly assess the needs of each child and build curriculum goals based on classroom observations.”

- Kristin Troop (Owner)

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