Child Development Center

The Child Development Center is now open following State Re-opening guidelines.

For current updates concerning Triton College’s response to COVID-19, please visit: //www.porngully.com/pages/coronavirus-info/

The Child Development Center Lab School at Triton College fosters growth in all areas of child development with research-based instructional practices. We also emphasize a love of learning through an engaging curriculum and hands-on, play-based learning experiences.

Our professionally-credentialed faculty provide consistent, high-quality care and promote collaborative relationships with families. Our policies and procedures also ensure a safe, supervised, healthy environment that embraces diversity to prepare children for the global world.

The Child Development Center Lab School at Triton College offers a range of high-quality, supervised educational programs for children ages 15 months - 5 years that are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). Children participate in developmentally-appropriate activities with teachers and classmates.

Nutritional snacks are provided in the morning, afternoon and evening sessions of each program; hot lunch is served only in morning sessions.

Accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
ExceleRate Illinois - Gold Circle of Quality.

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Child Development Center Programs

Pre-School

Kindergarten Program

Toddler Program

Daytime Flex Program

For additional information or to schedule a visit with the Lab School Director, please call (708) 456-0300, Ext. 3209

Enrollment Application for Child Development Center

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Mission Statement:

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Vision Statement:

The Triton College Education Program is a model of best practices in teaching children and adults. Adhering to the teaching standards set by The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the State of Illinois, the Education Program promotes student success while supporting the individual needs of a diverse community of learners.

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