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 Infant Early Childhood Education and Care

Every infant is assigned a primary caregiver with whom he or she learns to build a trusting relationship. Your child’s primary caregiver provides one-on-one interaction and monitors your child’s social, physical, cognitive, and emotional development.

In addition to daily verbal communication, your baby’s primary caregiver provides you with a tracking sheet that includes information about your child’s day, meals, moods, diapering, activities, and milestones.

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Sara Carnival


Ms. Sara has been with the Kirby family since 1984 and is CPR and First Aid certified. She enjoys watching her students grow in their educational journeys and helping them lay the foundations for success in the future. 

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Cathy Nufrio


Ms. Cathy has worked in early childhood education for the last 36 years. She has been a dedicated teacher in the infant classroom since 2015. She is also specially trained in early childhood education with an Infant-Toddler Child Development Associate (CDA) credential.


Additional Information

  • Ages: 6 weeks to 20 months old

  • Hours: 7 a.m. - 6 p.m.

  • Two, three, or five days a week

Included In Tuition:

  • Breakfast, lunch, and an afternoon snack including formula, jarred foods, and cereal

  • A crib or mat for each child (children are moved to a mat at age 1)

  • Stimulating books, toys, materials, equipment, and activities

  • All bottles are cleaned and sanitized onsite daily

Parents Supply:

  • Diapers, wipes, and several changes of clothes

  • Crib sheets and sleep sacks

  • Pacifier

  • Special toys

  • Blanket

  • Bottles and sippy cups

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