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Wilder Child Development Center

Centers and Preschools
Head Start
651-280-2600
4 of 4 stars

Parent Aware Ratings

= EXCELLING at use of kindergarten-readiness best practices
= SOME use of kindergarten-readiness best practices

Eligible for scholarships For more information call Parent Aware at 888.291.9811, contact your local scholarship administrator, or visit the Early Learning Scholarships page on the Minnesota Department of Education website. Accepts CCAP Minnesota's Child Care Assistance Program (CCAP) helps income-eligible families pay for quality child care while they are at work, looking for work or attending school. Find more eligibility and application information on the Minnesota Department of Human Resources website.

Pricing and Openings

Information is subject to change. Programs are not required to share pricing and openings, so please contact them directly for the latest information.

Highest Hourly Highest Daily Highest Weekly Openings
Infant Not Reported No openings posted
Toddler Not Reported Not Reported $270.00 No openings posted
Preschool Not Reported Not Reported $241.20 No openings posted
School Age Not Reported No openings posted
  • Yearly Schedule Full Year
    Extra Hours
    • Open Early
    Ages 1 year, 17 weeks - 5 years
    Environment
    • No Pets
    • Smoke Free
    • Fenced Yard
    Languages
    • English
  • Curriculum
    • Creative Curriculum for Preschool
    • Creative Curriculum for Infants, Toddlers, and Twos
    • Project Early Kindergarten (PEK) curriculum for family child care
    Assessment
  • Teaching Strategies-Gold Assessment (TS-Gold)
  • Licensed Capacity 80 children
Accreditations Programs earn accreditation from national child care organizations for meeting higher standards than required for state licensing. Find out more about accreditation.
  • NAEYC
  • In their own words

    We believe that all learning occurs within relationships. Therefore, our center promotes a trusting, respectful relationship between children, families and teachers. We continually recognize the diverse needs, abilities, interests, and cultures in our setting, where each child and family is valued and respected as a contributor in the classroom environment.

    Collaborative community partnerships with St. Paul Public Schools, MacPhail Center for Music, and Early Head Start/Head Start of Ramsey and Washington County. Monthly field trips. Home-cooked meals. Curriculum that meets and exceeds state standards.