Little Saints is proud to announce that we have reached Level 3 in Indiana’s Paths to Quality (PTQ) initiative, a voluntary Quality Rating and Improvement System. Each PTQ level builds on the foundation of the previous one, resulting in significant quality improvements at each stage. Stage 4, the final stage, is national accreditation.
We believe that God has entrusted parents with the most important role in their child’s lives. We work in partnership with families to build Christian faith and compassionate behaviors in young children. Little Saints also firmly believes that school success starts at birth. Each child is a unique person, with a purpose from God. We work on individual skills, learning, and development in a Christian environment.
At Little Saints Child Care we understand that children are by nature creative, happy, inquisitive, loving, accepting and forgiving. Our goal is to foster all of these qualities by:
- Providing a safe, secure, and happy environment where parents can comfortably entrust their children during working hours.
- Providing spiritual, social, intellectual, physical, and emotional experiences within a Christian environment.
- Fostering an appreciation of and respect for each child’s home, family, and community.
- Providing nurturing, Christian caregivers at a reasonable price.
- Welcoming all children no matter their color, race, or religious background.
We provide all-day care in a safe, loving environment for infants aged six weeks through pre- kindergarten children. Before and after school care and school age summer camp is also available.
Research shows that high quality early childhood, preschool, and school-age programs prepare children for future success in school, work, and life. Children’s experiences play a significant role in the way their brains develop, and the way a child’s brain develops plays a significant role in the future success of the child. Little Saints is committed to providing a high quality experience for every child that is enrolled.
Children are cared for in small groups by caring, trained, and dependable staff.
Our program for three and four year-olds builds on their social and self-help skills. Small group sizes assure that children receive individual attention.
Our program for four and five year-olds builds on school readiness skills such as following directions, working with others, and problem solving. Developmentally appropriate activities are included daily.
Preschool 3 and 4 year-olds
This program is designed to help children develop their social skills and cognitive ability. This class meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays throughout the school year from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m.
Pre-K: 4 and 5 year-olds
This program is designed to help prepare students for kindergarten. This class meets on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays throughout the school year from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Lunch is included.
School Age Children
We offer before and after school care, as well as care during school closures, early releases, and school delays. For Orchard View or Middlebury Elementary students the schools will provide transportation to and from school. York Elementary can be transported after school only. We also offer a Summer camp for school agers that includes activities on and off campus.