Redeemer Lutheran Church began its mission of early childhood development by creating Redeemer Lutheran Preschool – initially offering Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten programs. The half-day school grew quickly to include loving care and early education to children as young as 2.
Redeemer was providing all day care to children from 2 -5 years-old.
The school expanded again by providing before and after school care to children in the neighborhood.
The school had a reopening after an extensive renovation and addition of an infant and toddler program. Now known at Redeemer Lutheran Child Development Center (CDC) the school offers full-day, year-round care to children from infant to Pre-Kindergarten. Additionally, the school offers a robust before and after school program to children at many local elementary schools. In the summer, elementary school children can also attend a full or part-day camp.
The curriculum of Redeemer Lutheran Child Development Center was designed to develop the whole child. The teachers and staff at Redeemer CDC are trained to provide a curriculum that encourages a child’s curiosity, self-confidence and creativity. Each age and stage in our program builds upon the last by taking what the child has learned and expanding those concepts. Ultimately, your child will be ready, both socially and academically, to go to Kindergarten.
Our program focuses on meaningful play activities which facilitate important social skills and provide learning opportunities. As the children play and work together, critical social skills are fostered through communication, cooperation, and problem-solving. Taking turns, sharing toys and taking on responsibilities teaches children self-control and consideration for others.
Play-based activities do not replace intentional teaching; rather, they complement and enhance it. The two work together to develop appropriate peer interactions, as well as strong academic skills. The teacher’s role is to lovingly guide, teach, and encourage the child as they learn and grow.
We admit students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school and do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national origin.