We live in Rockford, IL, so maybe this is somewhat close to you. My daughter attends a church-based private daycare and it is $170/week (she is 23 months). It will decrease to $165/week when she hits 2 years old.
I looked into sending my daughter to Kinder Care at one point and I think the cost there is $220. However, I do not know what age group this is for.
Best of luck!
my son is 2 yrs. old and goes to a local daycare and his tuition is $160 a week. we live in northwest arkansas
SRLDP - Student Readiness Language Development Program is a federal government program that is free for 4 years olds and their parents. It is a preschool program that is part of the elementary school program Teachers are credentialed and must follow a state standard based curriculum. The teacher child ratio is low. A full time education aide is also present, 15 children per class, 3 hours daily. There is a catch however, parents must volunteer in the classroom twice a month and assist 10 weeks of parent education classes. Therefore, not everyone can attend. There are no economic or educational requirements that a child or family must meet in order to qualify. A parent and/or substitute must commit to volunteering in their child's classroom and attending classes. The program is extremely successful. Unfortunately not every elementary school child can attend because of limited space and a long waiting list.
California- LaPetite and Kindercare run about neck and neck as for prices.
Infant care being the most pricey at $230 a week. Then it goes down in price the older the child gets.
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