Whitko Community Schools will have a two-hour delay Monday, October 31, as staff members participate in school safety training. Teachers and staff members will prepare for threats or situations, which could result in lethal conflict, with ALICE Training to help prevent, respond to and recover from violent threats or incidents.
Children learn best through first-hand experiences—play motivates, stimulates and supports children in their development of skills, concepts, language acquisition, communication skills, and concentration. During play, children use all of their senses, must convey their thoughts and emotions, explore their environment, and connect what they already know with new knowledge, skills and attitudes.
Quality care is defined by daily routines and practices that nurture the development of each individual child and facilitate strong working relationships with families.
Our programs are curated for three different age groups, each program offers the appropriate level of engagement for your child.
Registration for 2022-23 is now open for all programs! We foster a love of learning in children through play based learning, hands on experience, and developmentally appropriate practices to meet the needs of each individual child. We collaborate with WCA’s
Meet the Director
With over 14 years of teaching experience in primary education, Jamie Paino became the Director of Little Cats Early Learning Center in the summer of 2021. Jamie and the entire staff look forward to welcoming your child to the Little Cats program.