About The Caulder Center
The Mary L. Gimenez-Caulder Center recognizes and respects the uniqueness of each child. Established in 2003, the center's primary focus is to the students in our care.
provide a nurturing and emotionally
secure environment and atmosphere
to help children develop to their full
Emphasis is placed on social,
emotional, physical, creative, and cognitive development. It is our goal to teach the children the skills that will enable them to grow, in an orderly environment.
At the Caulder Center we celebrate
diversity and strive to instill integrity,
compassion, and confidence in each
child. Through our partnership with the parents, we give each child support and encouragement to
become his or her own unique self.
Gross motor skills and social skills are developed through both structured and unstructured play. Their days are filled with music, art, dance, storytimes, and more.
Preschool (2.5 - 5 years): Although it may seem like fun and games to preschoolers, the curriculum we follow is packed with educational elements. We play games that teach pre-reading skills like phonemics awareness, letter and sound recognition, basic math concepts, and hands-on science exploration.
Meals & Snacks
A variety of nutritious foods are provided
each day that meet the guidelines of the
Federal Governments Food Program. We
provide a breakfast, lunch, and two snacks
daily. We prepare all the food in our
kitchen that is located at the center.
Hours of Operation
- Monday-Friday 7:00am-6:00pm
- Full-time care is defined as 31 plus
hours per week
- Part-time care is defined as 30 hours
or less per week