Heartland Hall Child Development Center
Caring Staff & Excellent Facilities
While guiding children in reaching their potential, it is important that we understand that each and every child's development is different. All children learn in different ways, and excel in different areas. Our staff accepts and respects the differences in every child's development because a child's self-image is vital. Teachers strive to thoroughly plan activities, while meeting the developmental needs of differing children through early childhood development principles.
The Heartland Hall Family
Heartland Hall Child Development Center encourages all parents to enter into a partnership with us to ensure their child will attain his or her fullest potential. Families enrolled are an integral part of Heartland Hall and a part of our Heartland Hall family. Our family-like setting is apparent in many important ways, one of which is administration involvement with parents & children. A fundamental cornerstone of our family-like setting is the fact that Heartland Hall is family owned and operated.
What Sets Heartland Hall Apart:
- Large daycare - 24,000 sq. ft.
- Library & computers
- Homelike atmosphere
- Full gym with 24' ceilings
- Security system
- 1 acre outside playground all grass
- Degreed teachers
- Academically superior
- Large enclosed rooms
- Toddler gym
- Shaded infant & toddler play lot - all grass
Check out the Infant and Toddler play area. You can see how this wonderful shaded area is perfect for smaller children to play in. The playground equipment and play items are well suited to the needs of these younger children.
Another area to look at is our large indoor gym! This great big indoor space is used for many activities and gives the Heartland Hall Child Development Center Staff great flexibility during poor weather.
Special Events and Field Trips
We have special events like Goodies with Grandparents, Doughnuts with Dad and Muffins with Mom. Our age appropriate field trips are to places like farms, Lucas Oil Stadium and rock wall climbing. Two of our classes visited the residents at Hoosier Village. They sang songs, passed out treats and shared some cheerfulness with the grandmas and grandpas.