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Childcare Resources opens enrollment for the 2023-2024 school year

Childcare Resources is currently accepting applications for enrollment of children six weeks to five years for the 2023-2024 school year. A nonprofit organization, Childcare Resources offers subsidized high-quality childcare at the Childcare Resources School and partnering schools throughout the county. All program schools are accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children, a mark of quality achieved by fewer than ten percent of preschools nationwide.

“The care provided by Childcare Resources is both affordable and of the highest quality,” says Shannon McGuire Bowman, Executive Director. “Families in our program are also provided with wellness and early intervention services, including on-site therapy, to ensure that our students have the resources they need to thrive.”

Preschoolers stand around two tables with paint projects
Students at the Childcare Resources School often engage in open-ended ‘messy’ art projects, developing skills like creativity and collaboration.

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

“I wish every parent and child could experience the benefits of what quality early education does,” says Abby, a program parent. “I’m so thankful my daughter was able to attend Childcare Resources.”

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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