About the Center
The UW Oshkosh Children's Learning and Care Center was established in 1971 and exists to provide care for children of UW Oshkosh faculty, staff and students. The Children’s Center affirms the University’s inclusive excellence initiative that focuses on fostering greater diversity, equity, inclusion and accountability. It’s the Center’s policy to administer all educational programs, related support services and benefits in a manner that ensures diverse learning environments, which are vital to students’ growth, learning and achievement.
There are many activities that your child can participate in through art, music, language arts, science, math, large and small motor control, housekeeping, block building, and dramatic play. Each are planned around weekly units in each classroom area. Children are free to choose from the planned activities or to engage in classroom free play. The Center is accredited by AdvancEd.
The infant/toddler classroom utilizes tons of hugs, love and smiles while keeping each child on his/her individual schedule of eating, sleeping and waking. Age appropriate developmental activities keep laughter and sunshine levels high. Our facility also provides an outdoor playground and large indoor motor area.
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