• Program Detail


2019 Lea Hill - Infant Care
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StatusOpen
AgesLess than 1
GenderCoed
Detailed CategoryInfant/Toddler Child Care
FlexReg Primary CategoryChild Care
FlexReg Secondary CategoryEarly Childhood
Registration dates Standard registration - Aug 1, 2019
Last day for standard registration - Aug 1, 2020 11:59 PM
By Internet - Jul 1, 2019
Last day for Internet registration - Jul 1, 2019 11:59 PM

Open for registration
SessionInfant: Lea Hill: Sept 2019
DescriptionThe YMCA Infant Child Care program provides a nurturing, safe place for your baby to learn, grow and thrive! Positive, caring teachers encourage infants to explore the world around them with developmentally-appropriate toys and activities.
We utilize Creative Curriculum, which supports the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth of your child. Our early learning programs are licensed through the state of Washington and are affordable for all through subsidies and financial assistance, ensuring that all families have access to high-quality child care.
DatesMonday-Friday from Tuesday, September 3 to Monday, September 30
Times6:30am to 6pm
FacilityLea Hill CDC - Infant Classroom [73-CDCINF]

Open for registration
SessionInfant: Lea Hill: Oct 2019
DescriptionThe YMCA Infant Child Care program provides a nurturing, safe place for your baby to learn, grow and thrive! Positive, caring teachers encourage infants to explore the world around them with developmentally-appropriate toys and activities.
We utilize Creative Curriculum, which supports the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth of your child. Our early learning programs are licensed through the state of Washington and are affordable for all through subsidies and financial assistance, ensuring that all families have access to high-quality child care.
DatesMonday-Friday from Tuesday, October 1 to Thursday, October 31
Times6:30am to 6pm
FacilityLea Hill CDC - Infant Classroom [73-CDCINF]

Open for registration
SessionInfant: Lea Hill: Nov 2019
DescriptionThe YMCA Infant Child Care program provides a nurturing, safe place for your baby to learn, grow and thrive! Positive, caring teachers encourage infants to explore the world around them with developmentally-appropriate toys and activities.
We utilize Creative Curriculum, which supports the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth of your child. Our early learning programs are licensed through the state of Washington and are affordable for all through subsidies and financial assistance, ensuring that all families have access to high-quality child care.
DatesMonday-Friday from Friday, November 1 to Friday, November 29
Times6:30am to 6pm
FacilityLea Hill CDC - Infant Classroom [73-CDCINF]

Open for registration
SessionInfant: Lea Hill: Dec 2019
DescriptionThe YMCA Infant Child Care program provides a nurturing, safe place for your baby to learn, grow and thrive! Positive, caring teachers encourage infants to explore the world around them with developmentally-appropriate toys and activities.
We utilize Creative Curriculum, which supports the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth of your child. Our early learning programs are licensed through the state of Washington and are affordable for all through subsidies and financial assistance, ensuring that all families have access to high-quality child care.
DatesMonday-Friday from Monday, December 2 to Tuesday, December 31
Times6:30am to 6pm
FacilityLea Hill CDC - Infant Classroom [73-CDCINF]

Description
The last day for Internet Registration was Jul 1, 2019 11:59 PM but registrations in person are still being accepted.

The YMCA Infant Child Care program provides a nurturing, safe place for your baby to learn, grow and thrive! Positive, caring teachers encourage infants to explore the world around them with developmentally-appropriate toys and activities.
We utilize Creative Curriculum, which supports the cognitive, social, emotional, and physical growth of your child. Our early learning programs are licensed through the state of Washington and are affordable for all through subsidies and financial assistance, ensuring that all families have access to high-quality child care.