Student Child Learning Center

Bryan Community’s Student Child Learning Center was opened in the Fall of 2002. Our purpose is to provide childcare for the student-parents attending Bryan Community.  The center is  a licensed facility and has also been accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children.  In addition, we have met the requirements of ITERS (Infant/Toddler Environmental Rating Scale) for the past three years.  We care for 8 infants and 8 toddlers during school days.

The program is federally funded and follows the High/Scope Approach to early childhood learning.  We are partially funded by the Six Pence Endowment grant that allows us to operate with a 3:1 ratio.

Parenting and early child development classes are required for all student parents, helping them understand, plan, and approach one of the most challenging and important jobs a person can do, that is, to be a good parent. The center also provides the opportunity for students to complete internships and training in the child care profession.

Contact Kiley Rezac at krezac@lps.org or Jillian Roethler at jroethl@lps.org for more information.