• Bright Futures Start Here

    Quality early childhood education in a caring, safe learning environment.

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  • Dancing with the Jackson Hole Stars 2016

    This fifth year of Dancing with the Jackson Hole Stars is a lively, fun two-night dance competition.

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  • Childcare & Early Education

    In Teton and Sublette Counties.

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  • Old Bill’s Fun Run 2016

    Saturday, September 10th

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    Big Piney & Pinedale

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  • Early Head Start & Head Start

    Programs for at-risk families.

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All children reach their full potential when given a strong start.

We believe that children are born unique, creative and capable. They learn and grow when they are engaged and interested. Children’s Learning Center runs licensed programs as well as programs accredited by the NAEYC and follows early learning curriculums. Our locations are busy places, encouraging children to move, experience and express themselves in safe, nurturing environments.

Childcare &
Early Education

(307) 733-5346 MERCILL
(307) 733-0333 RAFTER J

Licensed Childcare, Emergent Preschool & Montessori for Infants, Toddlers, Pre-K

Early Head Start & Head Start

(307) 732-0525

Programs for At-Risk Families

Special Education

(307) 733-3791

Developmental Screenings & Early Intervention Therapies

Sublette County

(307) 276-5415 BIG PINEY
(307) 367-6306 PINEDALE

Licensed Childcare, Preschool and Special Education

News & Announcements

Articles

Your Child Develops: Adapted from CDC
A guide to your child’s development from birth to five.

Zero to Three: A resource for parents during the infant and toddler years.

The National Organization for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) promotes excellence in Early Childhood Education.

The Importance of Play in Early Childhood (pdf file)

Find out what you may not know about immunizing your child by visiting the CDC National Immunization Program.

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