We take your family’s health very seriously, and follow all state and local guidelines regarding the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, all staff, children, and visitors to our center sanitize hands as we walk in the door. We check temperatures often, and anyone with symptoms is asked to stay home, or sent home when symptoms develop. All staff and children wash hands regularly throughout the day, and our center is cleaned and sanitized on a daily basis.
Yes! We are happy to help every parent with potty training, once it has begun at home.
Yes! We try to accommodate all food allergies and accommodations within our meal program. We provide substitutions where necessary to ensure your child is still getting the proper components and portions, as well as avoiding foods that may cause an allergic reaction.
We are happy to work with all families, regardless of abilities. If there is an ability that requires more services then we are capable of offering, we will try to help you find appropriate care for your child, if available.
There are many “canned” curriculum programs available on the market today, many of which are from reputable companies with positive reviews. The majority of these programs have their good points, and can be useful to those centers that simply don’t have the experience or the desire to design their own curriculum. Play And Learn School has developed a curriculum that incorporates many of the same teaching methods and philosophies of those programs, supplemented with activities developed by our experienced staff. Our Director has worked closely with Sweetwater County School Districts to ensure our curriculum will prepare your child to enter our school system. We would be happy to answer any more specific questions you have during a personal tour of our center.
The State of Wyoming offers assistance for those who income-qualify. Our knowledgeable staff can help you determine if you qualify and even help you with the application if needed.