Hours of Operation
Little iLEADers Early Childhood Learning Centers hours of operation are from 6:30am to 6:00pm, Monday through Friday, year round. Families may choose to bring their child to school 2, 3, or 5 days a week, throughout the 12 month calendar year. We are closed for all national holidays.
Little iLEADers offers care for infants ages 6 weeks through 18 months in a nurturing, warm and safe environment through respectful and meaningful relationships. Our goal is to provide a home away from home for your baby. We believe that the caregiving routines are part of the curriculum and ensure that each diaper change, nap, and feeding will be provided by caring and respectful primary caregivers, who will get to know your child’s individual needs. We offer small groups with no more than 6 infants and a 1:3 teacher child ratio.
Little iLEADers offers care for children ages 18 months through 36 months in a nurturing, warm, and safe toddler environment, allowing toddlers to be toddlers! We provide developmentally appropriate hands on experiences, including safe spaces to dump, pour and discover from head to toe! Through the power of play, your child will become rich with imagination, wonder, and a sense of identity. We focus on social-emotional development, problem solving skills and positive self esteem. We provide small groups with no more than 10 children and a low 1:5 teacher child ratio.
Little iLEADers focuses on the developmental needs of all children and structures its environment with respect to each child’s particular learning style in a mixed age group setting. Our preschool program provides care for children ages 3 – 5. The environment, inside and outside, is rich in the materials young children require in order to grow physically, socially, intellectually and emotionally. They will explore hands on sensory experiences, including mud play and water play. Every day your child will have the opportunity to explore, discover and wonder through play and active learning. We offer small groups with no more than 24 children and a low 1:8 teacher child ratio.