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Ms. Sally’s Learning Center provides quality childcare with interactive educational activities. We have trained staff with over 30 years experience in childcare and education. Located at the intersection of Hwy 292 and Gibbs road, between Inman & Lyman.

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Our staff is trained in child development, and is specialized in all Health and Safety practices including First Aid, CPR, and Bloodborne Pathogens. We also follow the USDA Child Care Food Program and use curriculum that is developmentally appropriate for each age level .

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Full time care

$123.00 per week.

Part time care

$28.00 a day (minimum of 3 days attendance per week).

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Ms. Sally’s is an American Red Cross Authorized Provider


What is Early Learning?
Early learning is the development of thinking skills. Through relationships, active exploration and experiences, infants and toddlers make discoveries, figure out how things work, imitate others, try new behaviors, share meaning, learn social rules and solve problems.

Why is Early Learning Important?
To children young children are eager to learn.The knowledge and thinking skills that children learn during the first 3 years prepare them to continue to learn and develop in all domains.

We highly encourage getting involved at your child’s school
Parent volunteers offer a huge resource and support base for the school community. By interacting with teachers, you will gain a first hand understanding of your child’s daily activities. Read more in our article here.

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