Little Oaks Learning Center

1805 Eraste Landry Road
Lafayette, LA 70506

Phone: 337-988-4910

littleoaks1805@att.net

Hours of Operation
6:30am - 5:45pm

Ages Serve
12 months - 12 years old

Center Capacity
115

Fees
Prices vary depending on age

Network Mission Statement
The Lafayette Parish Early Childhood Network in collaboration with stakeholders are committed to reaching all at-risk children from infant to age five, ensuring a high-quality, inclusive educational setting.

Network Goal
All children enter Kindergarten ready to learn.

Center Mission Statement
To ensure the emotional well-being and intellectual development of each child entrusted to our care.

Center Vision
To be a learning center where children joyfully embrace learning each school day through structured, meaningful, creative play.

Eligibility/Enrollment
12 months- PreK; After school and summers: Kindergarten - 12 years

Documentation Needed
Registration Forms completed by parent or guardian, Custodial Agreement if applicable, Immunization Record

Services for Children with Special Needs
Center experienced with education of children with hearing impairments or language delays; some sign language.

Staff Credentials
Long-term, highly trained staff, most hold CDA's or higher.

CPR & Child First Aid Certified 

Staff participates yearly in various professional development trainings to further their education.

Curriculum

Our own STREAMS program seeks to excel in science, technology, reading, art, math and social studies through an inquiry-based, experiential approach. The curriculum is based on the Louisiana Department of Education's Birth to Five Learning and Development Standards.

Assessment
Teaching Strategies GOLD; CLASS Observation; ITERS/ECERS

Other
Quality Start Program - 3 Star

We take a positive approach to behavior guidance.

Owned and operated by current director since 1983.

Type III Early Learning Centers (Child Care Centers)

These centers have committed to working with other early care and education providers to raise the level of standards and expectations for children birth to 5. This is accomplished through additional training, following the Louisiana Department of Education Birth to 5 Standards, teachers are observed using the CLASS assessments and all at-risk children are monitored using Teaching Strategies Gold Assessments.