For Parents

Parents can apply for enrollment with Precious Little One Child Care by completing the Enrollment Application packet and paying a non-refundable $65 (child), $100 (family) registration fee. We offer a 10% tuition discount to families with more than one child enrolled in preschool. Precious Little One Child Care Center will also offer a 15% discount registration fee to all United States Military Service Members, Policeman/woman and Fireman/woman employees (Excludes after-school and part-time enrollments).

Choosing a Child Care Provider

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Frequently Asked Questions

What are your hours?
Hours of operation are Monday through Friday 6am to 6:30pm
The Phone number is:  770 372 3913

What Holidays are Observed?
School Calendar
Precious Little One Childcare Center observed the following holidays:

New Years’ Day
Good Friday
Memorial Day
Forth of July
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Day after Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve (half day close early)
Christmas Day

*Any holiday that falls on Saturday or Sunday will be observed either on that Friday before or the Monday after the holiday.

What are your teacher to child ratios?
 

State Staff to child Ratios

  • Age Levels Staff Children

 Infant                  1          6

One year             1          8          walking

Two years           1          10

Three years        1          15

Four years          1          18

Five years           1           20

Six years & up    1          25

Parents can apply for enrollment with Precious Little One Child Care by completing the Enrollment Application packet and paying a non-refundable $65(child), $100(family) registration fee.

Child Development

Infant Milestones

A Child’s Love of Learning Begins with Reading

***The information contained in these resources is for general information purposes only and is not meant in any way to replace advice given by healthcare professionals.***

***The information contained in these resources is for general information purposes only and is not meant in any way to replace advice given by healthcare professionals.***

***The information contained in these resources is for general information purposes only and is not meant in any way to replace advice given by healthcare professionals.***

Developmental Milestones

Skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye bye” are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move (crawling, walking, etc.).

Click on the age of your child to see the milestones:

Developmental Milestones

Skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye bye” are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move (crawling, walking, etc.).

Click on the age of your child to see the milestones:

“Learn the signs. Act early.” materials are not a substitute for standardized, validated developmental screening tools.


Developmental Milestones

Skills such as taking a first step, smiling for the first time, and waving “bye bye” are called developmental milestones. Children reach milestones in how they play, learn, speak, behave, and move (crawling, walking, etc.).

Click on the age of your child to see the milestones:

“Learn the signs. Act early.” materials are not a substitute for standardized, validated developmental screening tools.

Quality Child Care – Best Practices in Action

Alex the Bear Goes to Child Care


Going to child care for the first time or entering a new child care setting can be a daunting experience for both children and parents. Alex the Bear seeks to make the transition exciting, enjoyable and a lot more fun! Join Alex as he prepares for his first adventure in child care. Provided By:  Child Care Aware – A Project of the Office of Child Care

Caregiver to Child Ratios

Learn more about the recommended ratio guidelines for caregivers and children in quality child care. The lower the ratio, the more one-on-one attention each child may receive. Provided By:  Child Care Aware – A Project of the Office of Child Care

Health & Safety


Health and safety measures are important in any child care facility. Child care programs should have plans and procedures in place to keep children safe from illness and injury. Provided By:  Child Care Aware – A Project of the Office of Child Care

Caregiver Interaction

Caregiver interaction is important for several reasons. A close level of caregiver supervision helps protect children from injury. Engaging children in activities and conversations promotes learning and improves language skills. Provided By:  Child Care Aware – A Project of the Office of Child Care

Activities


Daily, scheduled activities provided for children in child care and early education programs offer opportunities for children to develop, practice skills and learn. Provided By:  Child Care Aware – A Project of the Office of Child Care

Training & Education

Child development training for child care staff helps ensure quality programs for children. Child care providers should also receive training on a variety of health and safety topics. Provided By:  Child Care Aware – A Project of the Office of Child Care

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