Q: WHAT ARE YOUR PRICES?
A: See Tuition Page for our current pricing options (NOTE: there is no part-time option for infant care). Click here.
Q: WHAT IS YOUR CURRICULUM?
A: We use Zoo-phonics. Zoo-phonics is a unique program that involves your whole child, eyes, ears, mouth, mind and body with: Endearing animals (visual learning), Hand and body motions (kinesthetic learning), Sounds and songs (auditory learning), Letter shapes (visual learning), Games and activities (kinesthetic learning). For more information, click here.
Q: WHAT DOES IT MEAN THAT YOU'RE A CHRISTIAN DAYCARE?
A: Mount Olympus Christian Child Development Center features a non-denominational approach to child care that includes Bible stories, Christian songs, and prayer at meal times. We value the love of Christ, teach the Golden Rule (Do unto others as you would have them do unto you) and never use shame as any part of our approach toward child care or spirituality.
Q: WHAT IS YOUR AVAILABILITY?
A: The current waiting list time for two and younger is a year (as of 3/12) and three to six months for grades three to school age. We prefer to keep our waiting list in house and only take in-person waitling list sign ups. There is no cost to be on our waiting list, but there is a $50 placement fee once a spot has been given to a family (or a $75 per family charge in the event of multiple placements).
Q: WHAT IS THE AGE BREAKDOWN?
A: We accept kids as young as three months old all the way up to ten years old. Breakdown is: Infant/Toddler, Two's, Three's, Four's/Five's, and Kindergarten.
Q: WHAT IS YOUR STAFF TURNOVER?
A: Mount Olympus Christian Child Development Center prides itself in its' teacher longevity. Many of our teachers have worked with us for over five years.
Q: WHAT TRAINING DO YOUR TEACHERS RECEIVE?
A: The State of Utah requires our teachers to attend 20 hours of continuing education in the field every year. We often host continuing education training events at Mount Olympus Christian Child Development Center and usually pay for our teachers to attend continuing education classes. All of our teachers and employees are required to be first aid and CPR certified.