Child Development Center (CDC)
About the Child Development Center (CDC)
The CDC provides full and part-day early care and education services focusing on reaching child development milestones and school readiness skills for children 6 weeks through preschool (until the child enters kindergarten) in a center-based learning environment.
The CDC uses the Creative Curriculum as the primary classroom curriculum, Teaching Strategies GOLD for ongoing child assessment, and is accredited through the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
Full-day care is designed to meet the needs of parents who work full-time.
Part-day care is tailored for parents who require child care services on a seasonal or regularly scheduled part-day basis.
Working parents receive priority on the wait list for both full and part-day care.
Hourly is available for parents who require short-term child care services on an intermittent basis.
Due to current COVID-19 mitigations directed by CNIC, Atsugi CDC is only accepting full-day enrollments for children of families with working parent/guardian(s).