WEE CARE CHILDCARE CENTER
Wee Care Childcare offers families quality, affordable early childhood education for children six weeks to five years of age.
ABOUT WEE CARE CHILDCARE CENTER
For over 40 years, Wee Care has operated as a non-profit childcare program. Wee Care is a KY All STARS rated, licensed center that provides:
Fees based on a sliding scale,
Free crisis care for those who qualify,
Drop-in care based on availability,
Developmental screenings twice a year,
Little Learners programming,
Brightwheel communication app,
Prevent Child Abuse Kentucky says that "high-quality childcare programs can mitigate factors associated with child abuse and neglect, including but not limited to, stress and social isolation". The goal is to provide safe, nurturing childcare while strengthening the family’s life as a whole.
TAKE A VIRTUAL TOUR
To schedule an in-person tour after hours call 270-781-7031.
ENROLLMENT CRITERIA & FORMS
Children are enrolled based on a set of seven criteria and are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. When at full capacity, a waiting list is established. To check availability, call 270-781-7031 or click here to email our Childcare Director.
If you need a 2022 Tax Form please click the button below and include your child's name in the message.
Click below to see our Parent Handbook.
Until further notice, Wee Care Childcare Center will be abiding by these COVID Policies.
Click here to view the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Nondiscrimination Statement.
Wee Care provides an enriching environment for children who attend. We utilize the Creative Curriculum in all of our classrooms to address physical, educational and social/emotional development. In addition, we use the Parents As Teachers Center-based Model to encourage developmental progress. All children receive Brigance developmental screenings two times a year to assess progress being made toward kindergarten readiness, and each child then receives individualized activities based on their developmental level. Our staff partners with parents to provide regular feedback and encourage completion of these activities at home, and families are provided with semi-monthly group opportunities to connect and develop supportive relationships with one another.