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Childcare Resources enrolling preschool students for the 2023-2024 school year

Childcare Resources is currently accepting applications for enrollment of three- and four-year-old children for the 2023-2024 school year. The nonprofit organization has provided high-quality early education to Indian River County families for nearly thirty years.

A student playing with dried beans, dinosaur toys, and a funnel.
Students at the Childcare Resources School often engage in open-ended play.

“We strive to provide early education that is both affordable and of the highest quality,” says Shannon McGuire Bowman, Executive Director. “We also provide wellness and, when needed, early intervention services including on-site therapy during the school day.

Childcare Resources is committed to ensuring that our students and their families have all the resources they need to thrive.”

To ensure quality, the Childcare Resources School and all partnering schools have earned accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children. This achievement is accomplished by fewer than ten percent of preschools nationwide.

“From the school staff to the class families, I have received so much encouragement and support,” says Kayeshia, a recent program parent. “Childcare Resources helped my child find a home away from home.”

To be eligible for the Childcare Resources program, parents or guardians must live in Indian River County and work or attend school full-time. Additionally, income guidelines apply and can be found on the Childcare Resources website.

For more information, or to complete a preliminary application, please visit or contact Lisa Gonzalez with any questions by calling 772-567-3202 extension 113.


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