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Child Development Center

Child Development Center

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Child Development Center

General Information

The Los Angeles Valley College Campus Child Development Center is a licensed childcare facility.

The Center provides developmentally appropriate programs for the children of students, staff, faculty and the community.

The Center operates on the academic calendar of Los Angeles Valley College. During the fall and spring semesters, the following programs are available.

Phone: (818) 947-2931
Location: Adjacent to corner of Oxnard St and Ethel Ave.

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Day Preschool Program

AGES: Children two and a half (2 1/2) years of age up to five (5) years of age are eligible for the Day Preschool Program. Children must be potty trained.
DAYS: Monday through Friday
HOURS:Fall and Spring

7:45 am - 4:00 pm

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Evening School Age Program

AGES: Kindergarten up to thirteen (13) years of age
DAYS: Monday Through Thursday evenings. Available one (1) or more evenings as needed.
HOURS: Fall and Spring

M, W, Th 2:30 pm to 8:00 pm, T 1:30 pm to 8:00 pm, F CLOSED

   

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Location

The Campus Child Development Center is located in the northeast section of the Los Angeles Valley College campus, in parking lot "D", adjacent to the corner of Oxnard Street and Ethel Avenue.

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Applications

Applications are available in the Campus Child Development Center office.

Applications for all programs, for the current and upcoming semesters, summer session(s) and winter intersession are accepted continuously.

Applications must be completed and submitted to the Campus Child Development Center office to be considered for service and placement on the appropriate waiting list(s).

Applications must be complete and accurate for proper placement and processing. Applications with missing or incomplete information will not be processed, as they cannot be rated for placement.

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Eligibility Lists

There are eligibility lists for all of the Campus Child Development Center programs. The length of the lists varies by program.

Student-parents have priority for service.

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Fees

Fees for all Campus Child Development Center programs are calculated using a sliding scale based on family size and the gross monthly income. Subsidized service is available to eligible families.

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Nutrition

Breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, dinner and evening snack are provided for all children enrolled, at no charge.

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Student Lab and Employment

Students, particularly Child Development majors, participate in the programs under the direct supervision of a Lead Teacher. Employment opportunities for Assistant Teachers are available for those who qualify, applications are available in the Campus Child Development Center office.

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Summer Sessions and Winter Intersession

Service for summer sessions and/or winter intersession is offered if funding is available to operate any or all of these sessions. Program days and hours for summer and winter sessions may be different from those offered for the fall and spring semesters. 

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