HCDC’s primary purpose is to provide social, physical, emotional & intellectual development for children age 6 weeks to 6 years.
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Who We Are
For more than 45 years, Haslett Child Development Center has been meeting the needs of our community by caring for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years in a safe, nurturing environment.
HCDC is a play-based program designed to support and strengthen family life as a unit by providing high-quality childcare and education for young children. Our goal is to encourage and support the total growth of the child.
HCDC uses a developmentally appropriate, researched-based curriculum and methods of assessment that guide individual and group activities. We value education through play and offer sensory based learning experiences to help children make meaningful connections to their world. Classrooms are supplied with a variety of natural, open-ended materials to inspire creativity and aid in the development of physical, social/emotional, cognitive, language and adaptive skills.
In addition to offering a proven academic curriculum, we are committed to helping your child develop important social behaviors such as personal responsibility, patience, integrity, and kindness. It is our desire to instill children with these essential characteristics, so they are equipped with the necessary skills to be successful students and citizens of our community.
What We Do
We offer personalized programs and curriculum so that your child’s education is tailored to meet their needs and interest.
Why Choose HCDC?
Our Primary Goal Is To Encourage And Support The Total Growth Of The Child
HCDC has received a 4 Star rating from Great Start to Quality. Great Start to Quality is Michigan’s quality rating and improvement system (QRIS) that supports early childhood programs and providers in their efforts to improve their programs. Great Start to Quality uses more than 40 different program quality indicators within five categories to measure the quality of childcare and preschool programs.