Founded in 1978
Eugene Creative Care is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to providing a balance of educational and play-based activities for ages 8 weeks through 5th grade.
Eugene Creative Care currently operates 5 school age programs ON-SITE in local schools as well as early learning programs located at our Fairfield Child Development Center.
ECC is currently operating 3 Emergency Child Care locations with
Full-day Child Care & Distance Learning Support
K-5th Grade Child Care
with Distance Learning Support
EARLY EDUCATION - FFCDC
Ages 8 weeks - 5 years
2020 UPDATE, also offering:
Kindergarten (4J & Bethel)
Full-Day Child Care &
Distance Learning Support
For over 42 years our organization has offered kindergarten enrichment and after school programs to students throughout the Eugene 4J and Bethel school district communities.
Each program is state certified, being monitored and regulated by the Oregon Office of Child Care Early Learning Division, the Quality Rating and Improvement System and our Parent Board of Directors.
Each class has a team of dedicated and qualified staff committed to meeting each child's individual personal and academic needs.
Eugene Creative Care values every child as unique and believes each should have an opportunity to play, explore and be engaged in a variety of experiences in order to learn and grow in all areas. In doing so, these experiences provide the early framework and greatest potential for continued success across a lifetime.
Our programs are developed with the whole child in mind. Guided by consistent, caring, and competent role models, children are given time, space, and opportunities to grow socially, emotionally, cognitively and physically.
These values and beliefs guide Eugene Creative Care in making decisions effecting learning environments & curriculum, classroom diversity, partnerships with families, and the development of our staff. Our overall goals are:
To model our classroom experiences using current early childhood methodologies and Developmentally Appropriate Practices (DAP).
To ensure the inclusion of all children with varied abilities, interests and cultural backgrounds.
To provide resources, supports and opportunities for families to be actively involved in their child's learning and growth.
And to provide resources, supports and opportunities for ongoing training and education to our highly qualified teaching staff.
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL
Fairfield Elementary, Bethel
Malabon Elementary, Bethel
Prairie Mountain School, Bethel
Twin Oaks Elementary, 4J
Willagillespie Community, 4J
BEFORE & AFTER SCHOOL