The EWEB Child Development Center was established in 1988 by EWEB employees to serve as a child care facility open to the public. The purpose of the EWEB Child Development Center is to provide an away-from-home child care experience that nurtures and nourishes both the individual and the group as a whole. Our program focuses on children's developmental stages with respect to their individual levels, abilities, and interests. Additionally, children learn to cooperate and participate as part of the group.
A low child-to-teacher ratio ensures children receive plenty of individual attention throughout the day. Human bonding and loving attention are critical to the development of a child's self-concept. Recognizing these significant qualities, the EWEB CDC takes steps to ensure staff stability and continuity of care. Our lead teachers, one in each of our four classrooms, have a minimum of ten years employed at our Center.
Director: Kristen Helton
Help Support EWEB CDC
Check out our current fundraisers on our new "Support EWEB CDC" page!
Join us at our Next Fundraiser:
Visit Hot Mama's Wings on Wednesday, October 16 and a portion of your purchase will go to our Center.
Go to our "Support EWEB CDC" page for more details.
Sign up for eScrip!
EWEB CDC is enrolled in the eScrip Program. Many public schools and non-profits around the Eugene area use this program as one of their main fundraisers. Help support our Center by joining today!