Augusta CDC


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Augusta CDC

 

600 W. Michigan Ave.     Augusta, MI 49012
269-731-4411
augusta@cdc-mi.org
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The Augusta CDC specializes in personal attention given to each child. Augusta CDC is located midway between Battle Creek, MI and Kalamazoo, MI. Transportation is available through public schools. Hours: 5:45am to 6:00pm.

At the Augusta CDC your child need not already be toilet trained.
Immunizations are required. Lunch, AM and PM snacks are provided (breakfast is optional). Staff members are CPR certified. We offer the Great Start Readiness Program

Augusta CDC - Teaching

Director Augusta CDC
Tricia Ryan Director
Augusta playground 2

 

Age range
License number
Staff number
CDC at Augusta accepts children 2 weeks to 12 years
DC390018264
CDC at Augusta has a total of 8 staff members.

 

 

Prekindergarten/GSRP

 

 

The Prekindergarten/GSRP is for children ages 3 years to 4 years old. This room prepares your child to transition successfully into kindergarten. Great Start Readiness Program (GSRP) Grant available to families that qualify.
Augusta - GSRP 1 Programs include:

• Art/drawing

• Language

• Music and movement

• Gross motor skills

• Fine motor skills

• Stories and books

• Creative Curriculum

• Exercise

• Field Trips


 

Ocean Room

 

 

The Ocean Room is for children ages 2 1/2 years to 3 years old. This classroom focuses on social and emotional skill building to lay a solid foundation for learning in later years. Using the Creative Curriculum this classroom offers many activities to foster the use of all the child’s senses.
Augusta - Ocean - Kids learning - 50 Programs include:

• Art/drawing

• Language

• Music and movement

• Gross motor skills

• Fine motor skills

• Stories and books

• Free play

• Exercise

• Outside play


 

Rainbow Room/GSRP

 

 

The infant Rainbow Room provides primary care for infants from birth to 2 1/2 years. A nurturing and loving environment that supports healthy growth is provided which offers many activities to foster the use of all the child’s senses.
Todds eating 50 Programs include:

• Creative Curriculum

• Art/drawing

• Language

• Music and movement

• Gross motor skills

• Fine motor skills

• Stories and books

• Free play

• Exercise

• Outside play


 

Sun, Moon and Stars Room

 

 

The Sun, Moon and Stars Room is for school age children. This classroom offers before and after school care as well as a CDC summer camp.
Augusta - Sun Moon Stars2 50 Programs include:

• Art/drawing

• Language

• Music and movement

• Gross motor skills

• Fine motor skills

• Stories and books

• Free play

• Exercise

• Outside play


Augusta CDC
600 W Michigan Ave    Augusta, MI       49012
269-731-4411
augusta@cdc-mi.org