West Jackson’s CDC provides working parents in our community with a safe and affordable Christian environment for their infant through preschool-aged children.
West Jackson’s Child Development Center is a place where infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their families are surrounded by loving and nurturing caregivers. Our focus is on instilling faith-based principles and providing developmentally appropriate educational activities each day in our five-day, year-round program.
Frequently Asked Questions
What happens each day at the CDC?
Your child’s day will integrate faith-based Scripture lessons and songs from the Wee Learn curriculum as well as educational lessons from The Creative Curriculum. Breakfast, lunch, and a snack are provided, and kids enjoy plenty of fun activities including indoor play in our Courts facilities, time outside, reading time in our CDC Library, and experiences with technology to enhance their learning.
What are your certifications and what curriculum do you use?
Our curriculum is based on the Tennessee Early Childhood Developmental Standards, which are a precursor to the Common Core standards which are used in Tennessee public schools. We are licensed by the Department of Human Services and participate in the Tennessee Star Quality Program. Our center has received a three-star rating of excellence over the past five years, which is the highest rating for CDC programs in our state.
What days is your center open?
We are open Monday – Friday (5 days a week) from 7:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
What age children are eligible to enroll?
West Jackson’s CDC accepts children ages 6 weeks old – 5 years old.
What are your tuition rates?
Tuition Fees are as follows for our five-day per week program:
- $155 per child (6 weeks – Pre-K)
- $294 per two children enrolled
- $140 per child (West Jackson church members)
Fees are due by noon on Wednesday of each week
How do I enroll my child?
Enrolling throughout the year by waitlist. Registration fee is $60 per child (max $75 per family) each calendar year.
What forms are needed to enroll?
In order to register a child, please keep in mind that an annual registration fee and several forms are required. These include a questionnaire, health form, CDC parent agreement form, DHS forms and a registration card for your child. These forms should be returned on, or before, the first day of classes.
Ready to Enroll? Contact Us Today
If you would like to enroll a child, call us today! We will need to set up your initial visit and meeting to meet and discuss our policies. Call us today at 731-660-8606 or contact us through the interest form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.