Children's Discovery Center and the Discovery School are closed for non-essential workers until further guidance is given. If you are a first responder or essential worker email your school directly.
We are updating all information as it comes so please check back regularly. Thank you for your support and patience!
This year has been our biggest graduating class yet! And with that said, we have openings in almost all of our classrooms as the older kids leave for the summer. If you are interested in booking a tour to enroll your child, contact us today!
For the safety of our families and staff, Children's Discovery Center and the Discovery School are on a delayed opening today Tuesday, November 11th, due to inclement weather. The schools will open at 10:00am. We apologize for any inconvenience. Please continue to check back for further updates.
There is a rare full-time opening in our infant classroom starting at the beginning of June. Call or email us today for enrollment details!
Super Soccer Stars
(Children 2-5 years)
Once a month we have 2 awesome coaches from Super Soccer Stars come out and teach the kids different soccer activities and play all kinds of fun games. The classes really love getting to work on their cooperative play and engage their gross motor skills and coordination. These guys really are a blast!
Our own Dani Stetka visits each classroom on a weekly bases expanding on the children's creativity and expression. Through the use of songs and games Dani makes dramatic play fun and memorable!
(Children 18 mos - 5 years)
Twice a month a coach from Sportball joins three of our classrooms here at CDC. This is a multi-sport program that our classrooms really enjoy. Find out more about them at www.sportball.us
Growing Up Gardening
In Growing Up Gardening teacher Liz Sharts implements activities that get the children actively involved in how to grow a successful garden, from composting to harvest! By combining inside experiments with outside hands on experience, children see and learn how plants grow, what they need to thrive, and what we all can do to be protectors and helpers in the garden!