UCUCC Superfluity is the best rummage sale around. It happens in April. The Superfluity Crew is now accepting donations for the sale! Time to clean out the garage / basement or spare room.
We are proud participants in Washington State's Department of Early Learning "Early Achiever's" program. Always striving to improve our program for your child.
In 1969 University Congregational United Church of Christ undertook an outreach program to provide quality child care, emphasizing economic, social, and ethnic diversity with a commitment to serving low income and single-parent families. In 1999, UCUCC Child Care Programs became a separately incorporated 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization and Board membership was expanded to include parents and community members.
UCUCC Child Care Programs provides a place where all families are welcomed and supported.
An important part of our Philosophy is an anti-bias approach to learning. It is our goal to consistently maintain an environment that provides learning materials and offers activities which reflect all aspects of diversity. We particularly strive to reflect the diversity present in the families we serve. Examples of how a classroom environment may include representations of diversity are as the follows:
When children see themselves and their culture reflected in their environment, and when children are supported in their choice of play, they learn to value themselves for who they are. This instilled sense of pride contributes to a higher self-esteem throughout adulthood.
Child Learning and Care Center is currently accepting families for our wait list for our classrooms. Please contact us by email, with your name, phone number, email address that we are able to leave a message at, your child's first name and date of birth. We also need to know if you need care 2, 3 or 5 days per week. Our mission is to provide care for all families regardless of their ability to afford quality care, priority will be given to low income families. Please let us know if you qualify for DSHS, City of Seattle Child Care Assistance, or UW Student Subsidy Program. If you do we will add your name to the top of the list. We ask that you call or email to check your status on the wait list annually. If we do not hear from you after 12 months, we will assume you no longer need care and your name will be removed from the list. As your name comes to the top of the list, we will call and schedule a tour at that time. It is hard to predict when a space will open, it could be just a few months or a year or more. Please call us at 206-524-3400 with this information if you do not have email access. We look forward to hearing from you.
We typically schedule tours during the morning activity
times, between 9am and 11:30 am daily. Tours are scheduled in advance to
respect planned classroom activities. We accept families with City of
Seattle, University of Washington, and DSHS voucher programs. We also
offer limited partial scholarship for lower income qualified families.
We realize that choosing a child care is an important decision. We
require families to tour our center and visit our classrooms prior to
enrollment. Transition visits help a child become familiar with the
staff and the routine in their classroom.