Voted 2014 best Childcare and Daycare Center in Chiefland! We're now enrolling ages 4 months to 10 years of age. Stop by at any time for a tour of our center or give us a call for more information. Choosing a childcare center is one of the most important decisions a parent can make.
Offering Head Start, Early Head Start, Preschool, Toddler, Infant, and Before and Afterschool Programs.
FUN AND LEARNING
We make learning fun. Our curriculum incorporates fun learning activities which allow us to stimulate the cognitive development of our children.
APPLE Accredited by FACCM so you know your child is receiving the highest quality education. We are proud to be a Florida Gold Seal School.
Serving our local community since 1993.
Your premier early childhood education and daycare center in the tri-county area. Family owned and operated since 1993. Currently providing child care for children from birth (EHS) to 10 years of age.
APPLE (Accredited Professional Preschool Learning Environment) is a national early learning program accreditation. With over 900 accredited programs and many more engaged in the process, APPLE is one of the largest accrediting programs for early learning centers. In Florida, APPLE is accepted as one of Florida’s Gold Seal Quality programs. The best benefit is giving parents the confidence that the care of their children is at an APPLE accredited center.
The Clyatt House Learning Center and daycare is also contracted with the Early Learning Coalition to provide child care and daycare services to eligible parents.
We also provide Head Start and Early Head Start services as a no-cost program to eligible parents. Check our our classes page to download the application! Classroom spots are limited.
LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS
Families can now apply on-site at the Clyatt House for Head Start and Early Head Start no-cost childcare programs. We’ve partnered with Episcopal Children’s Services to provide an even better experience for our families! Give our Family Advocate a call at (352) 507-0123 for more information about our no-cost programs.
Head Start and Early Head Start Student update: Returning children who have already had contact with ECS, please look for a call early next week to schedule your enrollment appointment with our on-site family advocate, Mrs. Debbie. If you are a returning student and either have a number change or miss your call, please give[…]
Despite the rain on Friday we didn’t let it stop the Head Start and Early Head Start parents from enjoying a cookout cooked by our very own Mr. Frank, Mrs. Vicky and Ms. Maria! Those hamburgers and hot dogs were out of this world and the kids and parents really appreciated all their hard work[…]
St. Patrick’s Day fun was celebrated all week. We saw green and rainbows everywhere! Our children talked about colors this week and leprechauns. We created created hats, lucky charms, rainbow bracelets and necklaces, and our one-year-old class even had fun creating leprechaun replicas of themselves! Check out the picture of one of our proud one[…]
Spring is here! Our theme this week was All Things Spring but rather than show you what we did in the class – reading spring books, making flowers, Easter eggs, and other fun spring projects, dancing to spring themed songs – we want to show you want spring is really all about! Check us out![…]
What a week, what a week! It’s been all about DR. SUESS! Reading his books, crafting Suess inspired crafts and even the teachers decided to all become “THINGS” on Friday! We’ve turned our hallway into a Dr. Suess hall of fame with some of his famous books being the inspiration to the creations made by[…]
One great thing about being in an early childhood education program is children learn to socialize with other children and learn how a classroom runs on a schedule and the importance of following directions so we can stay on schedule. The lessons they learn thru playing with one another, problem solving and working together are[…]
The Clyatt House Learning Center strives to make our families feel welcomed in our classroom at any time. We know the importance of family involvement in your child’s education and hope that if we help you make it a habit to participate regularly than it will carry over to when your child enters “BIG SCHOOL”[…]
Friendship Week was our theme this week and we learned so much about the importance of a friend! We talked about what a friend is, how a friend acts, how a friend talks to you, and most importantly how to be a good friend. We celebrated our friendships on Thursday and Friday with celebrations and[…]