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Welcome to the

The Child Development Center

The Child Development Center is a private, not-for-profit organization established in the Circle C Ranch neighborhood in 1994 as a family-centered preschool for our community. With nearly twenty years of accredited recognition by NAEYC (the National Association for the Education of Young Children), we create a learning environment where exploration, shared experiences, and support from caring teachers, help children foster confidence and knowledge to succeed.

Our Story

The Child Development Center is a private, not-for-profit organization established in the Circle C Ranch neighborhood in 1994 as a family-centered preschool for our community. With nearly twenty years of accredited recognition by NAEYC (the National Association for the Education of Young Children), we create a learning environment where exploration, shared experiences, and support from caring teachers, help children foster confidence and knowledge to succeed.

The Programs

Our engaging programs are especially designed to meet the educational and  developmental needs of your young child. The Child Development Center provides full-time classes for children 8 weeks through age 5.

After School

Our mission is to offer a safe and fun recreation program that keeps kids active and promotes every child’s social, emotional, physical, and academic development. Our school age programs are implemented using our core values of character, respect, empowerment, and wonder.

Schedule a Tour!

Learn more about us by scheduling a tour!

Location & Hours

Address:
5917 La Crosse Ave.
(located in Circle C Ranch)

Office Hours:
7:00am - 6:00pm
Monday - Friday

See what's happening at CDC!

Latest News

✨RAISING OUR VOICE✨

Michelle, Kate, and one of our board members Melinda went to The Capitol today to advocate for early childhood education and our youngest learners in Texas!
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Taking advantage of the clear blue skies and flying kites at CREW this afternoon! ...

During our recycling week, some of our CREW friends built their own marble runs using all our recycled snack boxes! ...

Did you know that you can teach the alphabet without using a paper and pencil?

Every child learns differently and some learn best by touching and manipulating objects. Adults know this as tactile learners!

Using multi-sensory techniques to learn letters is important because all children have their own unique learning preferences. By engaging different senses, the brain is given an opportunity to encode and process the concept the child is learning.
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