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Find Daycare and Preschools In The Greater Upper Valley

Mar 27, 2024 02:57PM ● By Elise Renaud

It’s time to start thinking about which preschool and daycare you will send your child to in the fall. To help make the search a little easier, we’ve compiled a list of places to consider.

Children’s Center of the Upper Valley

Since 1971, the Children’s Center of the Upper Valley has been providing childcare Monday through Friday in Lebanon, NH. Children from 6 weeks old to kindergarten can come to play, sleep, eat, and make friends from 6:30 a.m. to 6 p.m.

We provide all our children with nutritious meals – breakfast, lunch, and snacks – everyday,” the website says.

Tuition is based on an income-sensitive sliding fee scale. Learn more here.

Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center Child Care Center

The Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Child Care Center serves children ages 6 weeks to 5. It is 100% peanut- and nut-free, including products that may have been processed with nuts. The center provides drinks and snacks while parents or guardians provide their child's lunch.

Learn more here.

Green Mountain Children’s Center

The Green Mountain Children’s Center recently closed its White River Junction, VT, location but remains open at its Claremont campus.

“It is the objective of the organization to continue to care for children in the community and provide families with a safe space to encourage education, social-emotional development, and cultivate curiosity,” the website says.

Learn more here.

The Montessori Discovery School

For more than 28 years, the Montessori Discovery School has been providing preschool and kindergarten based on the Montessori method.

“Each child’s learning style is assessed by their Montessori teacher and lessons are adapted to meet each child’s needs. In this way the child naturally develops a feeling of self-confidence that fosters a love of learning and lifelong motivation,” the website says.

Learn more here.

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