Pitts Baptist Church
Child Development Center
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WHO WE ARE:
Since our establishment in 1982, Pitts Baptist Child Development Center has continued to provide quality care in a unique Christian environment. Our goal is to impact the entire family through the education of young children. True Christian values and developmentally appropriate practices are implemented in each component of the daily schedules throughout the Center. The life of Jesus is taught through songs, prayers, and daily Bible stories. Our goal is to help each child grow as Jesus did, “in wisdom and stature, and in favor with God and man.” (Luke 2:52) Along with spiritual growth, our classrooms, schedules, and curriculum is designed to foster social, cognitive, and physical development as well. Our teachers act as facilitators in the classrooms as they prepare lessons based on the developmental needs and interests of the children.
OUR MISSION STATEMENT:
We are a group of Christian people who serve and love the Lord. It is our responsibility to bring up a child in the nurture of God’s love. Our foundational bible verse is “Train up a child in the way that the should go and when he is old, he will not depart from it (Proverbs 22:6).” Our Center is an extension of a child’s home, giving them nurturing love and the training they deserve.
We are dedicated to providing a safe, loving and caring environment for all the children we serve. We are committed to providing quality service for our community. Our interactive experiences contribute to intellectual, spiritual, social, emotional and physical development.
We respect each child as an individual and accept the differences between children. We show genuine love for each child and help them cope with their daily challenges. Our respect for children is evident in the way that we communicate with them, give choices in play, arrange the environment, and offer developmental and varied experiences, which encourage creativity and follow the interest of the children in the Center.
WHY WE'RE SPECIAL:
· Flexible enrollment options (full-day and half-day)
· Large indoor play area
· Low child/teacher ratio
· High staff retention
· Conveniently located
· Hot, nutritious meals planned and prepared by our full-time dietician
· Large classrooms
· Educated staff with CPR & first-aid training
· Safe, well-maintained outdoor play areas newly installed in 2009
· Music program included in tuition as well as additional extra-curricular options
· Secure facility maintained by lock codes on the doors
The half-day program runs from 8:30 am to 12:30 pm and follows the schedule of the Cabarrus County School’s calendar. This four hour daily schedule is packed full of structure, learning, and fun, all designed for the specific age and developmental needs of each class.
The full-day program offers a balance between teacher directed activities and child initiated play. Care is provided Monday-Friday from 6:30 am to 6:00 pm. Not only does this program exists to meet the career needs of a parent, but to also offer a child the greatest opportunity to succeed during the school age years.
We offer several programs for school-agers which provides care when children are not in school. Our school-age coordinator plans activities and events to keep our school-age children engaged.
Tuition Rates (Effective 8/26/2013)
Registration: $60 (non-refundable)
5 days/week- $210/month
3 days/week- $190/month
2 days/week- $180/month
5 days/week- $190/month
3 days/week- $170/month
2 days/week- $160/month
Registration: $75 (non-refundable)
Infants & Toddlers- $187/week
Twos & Early Preschool- $177/week
Preschool & Pre-K- $167/week
Registration: $50 (non-refundable)
Before School- $77/week
After School- $87/week
Before & After School- $97/week
Registration: $30 (non-refundable)
Activity Fee: $70
Menu for Full Day Care (Morning Snack, Lunch & Afternoon Snack)
While every effort is made to adhere to the published menu, substitutions may be necessary due to the availability of certain fruits and/or vegetables. Changes will be published on the classroom weekly menu should the need arise.
In the monthly newsletter, you will find Center-wide information from the Director as well as information specific to your child's classroom submitted by your child's teacher. Please feel free to contact the office with any questions.