Yuba College Child Development Center

Mission Statement:
The main objective of the CD/lab school is to serve families of children in our community by providing a safe and enriching learning environment for children.

Philosophy:
The Yuba College CDC is dedicated to providing a quality childcare program for children, parents, students, and teachers. This includes the needs of the “whole child” (the physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and creative self). The center values each individual as both a learner and as a teacher. The center’s goal is to provide an environment that nurtures both the child and the adult.  The search for competence, both for children and for adults who care for them, is a prime goal.
For the children at the center, developmentally appropriate activities (those that take into consideration both the age span of the group and the unique individual interest and abilities of the children in attendance) are the focus. These activities will include real materials and experiences (hands -on), small and large muscle activities, individual choices for independence, small groups of children, and creative and self-expressive activities.  Social skills, thinking and reasoning skills, physical activity, health and nutrition, and support for feelings are also emphasized.

History
The Yuba College Child Development Center has been open since 1994 and is funded by California Department of Education.  We are NAEYC accredited.

Discriminatory Statement:
The program does not discriminate on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, gender, ethnic group identification, race, ancestry, national origin, religion, color, mental disability, or physical disability in determining which children are served.  As stated in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) the YCCD Child Development Center will make reasonable accommodations for such children.

For more information call our office or to be placed on our waiting list, fill out the Waitlist/Application Form and drop it by our office located at:

Yuba College Child Development Center
2088 N Beale Rd., Building 1600 #E (located behind the campus police department)
Marysville, CA 95901
(530)749-3808

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