We love kids. Our fully accredited staff is all about kids and all about introducing them the joys of winter. We also know all about helicopter moms and dads and think that that’s awesome. All of our activities fly around the idea of introducing snow into fun. Activities include: reading, quiet time, crafts, organized play and explorative play, all of which embrace the snowflake. There’s going to be a butterfly coloring … just sayin.
Once out on the snow we will ensure that all gear is fitted nicely and bundled tightly. Think of the day when you get to ride the lift with your child for the first time … this is where it all starts. Our Children’s Center facility is divided into zones that allow for isolated activities including reading, quiet time, crafts, organized play, explorative play, eating and outdoor prep.
The staff is trained to fit children with boots, skis, snowboards, and helmets to be certain that the equipment choices maximize learning potential. Our primary goal is to manage the energy of the kids to maximize learning, fun, and safety.
Every staff member in the Children’s Center is subject to an FBI, fingerprint background check. No one is allowed to enter the childcare portion of the facility without a background check.
Every staff member is certified by the American Red Cross in CPR, Pediatric First Aid and Babysitting.
The Children’s Center is accessible for ages 3 – 6. Attendant to child ratios are held well above the Colorado State Childcare guidelines.
Food prepared in the fully inspected facility is guided by nutrition recommendation standards and accommodations for most special dietary needs can be arranged.
Children’s Center staff does not administer medications.
Children entering the facility must be fully toilet trained and free of contagious disease.
For lessons or for just playing in the snow, please dress your children in waterproof clothing: gloves or mittens, goggles or sunglasses, a warm hat, insulated undies, shoes with good tread, snow pants, and a warm jacket. Be sure to label all of your children’s belongings, slather on the sunscreen, and remind us of any special needs your child may have.