3770 Packard Rd. Ann Arbor, MI 48108

Infant/Toddler Program

Infant/Toddler Programs

Infant: Children 6 weeks – 17 months old
Toddler: Children 18 months – 30 months

Beginning September 2021 Available hours are 7:30 am to 5:30 pm. (**hours subject to change due to staffing**)

 The weekly tuition is $320. Generous Scholarships available for qualifying families. We accept both DHHS (Department of Health and Human Service) and CCN (Child Care Network) scholarships.

Part time care may be available for $65 per day with a 2-day minimum (part-time care is not eligible for Foundations Preschool scholarships).
Families are required to provide child’s diapers and wipes, milk/formula and food until they are 12 months and can eat table food.


Enrollment Questions?? Call Sheri Judkins at 734-677-8130

Why choose Foundations?

While in our care, children receive individualized attention from highly- trained staff in a small classroom setting (1:4 teacher-student ratio).

Each child is provided a free, nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack

High-Quality, Affordable, Nationally Accredited Education.

Our teachers use the internationally recognized HighScope Early Education curriculum in a child-centered, experiential environment.

In a HighScope infant and toddler program, teachers focus on developing supportive, trusting relationships with the children in their care. We create rich environments that encourage very young children to explore and discover the world around them, helping them to engage in experiences designed to support their optimal development in all areas.

We hold NAEYC accreditation, a privilege that only 4% of all childcare centers in the state of Michigan have attained.

All lead teachers have degrees in Early Childhood Education.  The teaching staff is supported by a Program Director, Social Worker, and our Executive Director.

Learn More about Our Curriculum

Social and Academic Intervention Services / Trauma-Informed Care

Foundations Preschool provides on-going social and academic intervention services to address developmental delays that may impede future learning. We employ a part-time social worker whose role is to support the teachers, students and parents; coordinate with the Program Director and Executive Director to create relevant family outreach and educational programming; and participate in on-going quality assurance and program evaluation.

Parent Participation.

We recognize parents as a child’s “first teacher” and we work to equip Foundations Preschool parents with support services that add stability to the family unit, while also helping parents to effectively reinforce the academic and social skills developed in school.

We offer monthly parent workshops that focus on early childhood education, parenting skills, financial literacy, and other interesting and helpful topics. We provide monthly bi-lingual newsletters to provide helpful information on our programs, ideas for home activities, and upcoming events. We help with family emergencies (such as food, clothing, etc.) through our Family Emergency Fund and Parent Empowerment Program.

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