Bright Child Learning Center Celebrates Week of the Young Child Grand Re-Opening and Expansion of Infant and Child Care on Madison’s West Side
For Immediate Release
April 6, 2018 (Madison, WI) – Bright Child Learning Center at 3149 Maple Valley Dr in Madison will be celebrating the Week of the Young Child and the grand opening of their newly expanded facility the week of April 16 with two events, a lunch time ribbon cutting featuring Kelda Helen Roys and other community leaders on Monday, April 16 at noon and an evening open house for the community on Thursday, April 19 from 5pm to 7pm.
With this expansion, Bright Child Learning Center, a member of the American Montessori Society, will triple the size of their facility to become Madison, Wisconsin’s preeminent early childcare and education program. Providing child care for 104 children from six weeks to six years old, Bright Child will have four infant classrooms making it one of the largest infant care providers in Dane County. This is especially important at a time when, according to the 4-cs, it is extremely challenging to find infant care in a 5-STAR YoungStar rated program; the highest rating available.
Bright Child’s Montessori curriculum and age-appropriate learning materials support a child’s natural curiosity to cultivate a lifetime love of learning. The modern, new facility has a two-story gross motor room with observation windows, a multi-purpose enrichment classroom, a commercial kitchen, a 4-season conservatory and new outdoor play yards. The new classrooms spaciously exceed the industry’s national gold standard and are bright with floor to ceiling windows, with impact resistant, child-specific flooring and non-toxic, safe, natural wood furnishings.
The weekly tuition rate includes Chinese & Spanish Language, Music & Movement, Art & Science and Yoga classes in the new enrichment room. A unique outdoor classroom with raised garden beds and other features gives children a modern nature-based environment allowing the children to explore, play music, create art and interact with water activities.
To learn more visit https://brightchildlearningcenter.com/.
More about the Week of the Young Child
Sponsored by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), the Week of the Young Child is an annual observance designed to focus public attention on the needs of young children and their families. The celebration also puts the spotlight on local early childhood programs and the services they offer to promote healthy development.