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Proudly Serving Children & Families in the Greater Conway Area
Meadowlake Day School provides child care designed to help children grow in all areas of development. Located in Conway, AR, we have been voted the Best Child Care in Faulkner County, and we are Level 3 (the highest level) Arkansas Better Beginnings-certified. Our staff is highly trained, nurturing and compassionate, and dedicated to keeping children safe, secure, and happy while preparing them for success in school. We offer infant, toddler, certified preschool and before- and after-school care, as well as a summer enrichment program. Choose the best for your children by enrolling them in Meadowlake Day School!
For additional information, or to schedule a tour with us, give us a call today at 501-327-2592, or fill out the form below and we will be in touch shortly. We are proud to be a source of pride in our community and the child care center that parents in our area trust most!
Frequently Asked Questions
A childcare facility refers to a place that provides supervised care and early education for children, typically ranging from infancy to preschool age.
Childcare facilities offer numerous benefits, including social interaction, early learning opportunities, the development of essential skills, exposure to diverse experiences, and preparation for school.
The staff-to-child ratio varies depending on the age group of children. It ensures that each child receives appropriate attention and care. Local licensing authorities typically regulate the specific ratios.
Childcare staff often have educational backgrounds in early childhood education or related fields. They may hold relevant certifications, such as CPR and first aid training, and have undergone thorough background checks.
Childcare facilities typically provide a range of activities and programs suitable for different age groups. These may include reading and math readiness, science, art and craft activities, outdoor play, storytelling, music and movement, and age-appropriate learning opportunities.
Childcare facilities prioritize the safety and security of children. They implement measures such as secure entry systems, supervision protocols, thorough background checks for staff members, emergency preparedness plans, and adherence to safety regulations and guidelines.
Childcare facilities often follow a structured daily routine that includes a balance of play, learning activities, meals, nap time (for younger children), and outdoor time. This routine provides a sense of predictability and helps children develop a sense of structure.
Childcare facilities have established procedures for handling medical emergencies and illnesses. They have trained staff members who can administer first aid when necessary, and they communicate with parents/guardians regarding any health concerns.
Many childcare facilities provide nutritious meals and snacks for children during their stay. These meals are often designed to meet dietary guidelines and may accommodate specific dietary restrictions or allergies.
Childcare facilities maintain open lines of communication with parents/guardians. This may include daily reports, newsletters, parent-teacher conferences, digital platforms, and regular updates about their child's progress, activities, and any concerns that may arise.