Find Bonner County Idaho daycares, child care and children's day and preschools. Daycare facilities provide information on affordable, licensed infant and child care assistance, costs and prices, including 24 hour and weekend day care centers for montessori, private and public facilities.
Children's Learning World 4797 U.S. Highway 2 Priest River ID 83856 509-993-1736
Cynthia's Preschool & Kindergarden Day 1007 Lake Street Sandpoint ID 83864 208-255-4121
Hope Preschool At Mcc 415 Wellington Place Hope ID 83836 208-264-5481
Kid Country Daycare Day 23 Jachetta Cutoff Road Priest River ID 83856 208-448-0227
Kinderkanp Schweitzer 10000 Schweitzer Mountain Road Sandpoint ID 83864 208-263-9555
Latchkey Kids 8 Sagle Elementary School 550 Sagle Road Sagle ID 83860 208-946-1766
Natures Childcare 96 Box Canyon Sandpoint ID 83864 208-884-3833
St Francis Pre-School And Kindergarten 221 South Division Avenue Sandpoint ID 83864 208-263-2986
Superior Child Care And Learning Center 1308 Superior Street Sandpoint ID 83864 208-263-2031
Suzie's Daycare - Sandpoint 1308 Superior Street Sandpoint ID 83864 208-263-5471
The Kids Castle 90 Box Canyon Sandpoint ID 83864 208-265-8039
Yount Day Care 467 5th Street Priest River ID 83856 208-448-2961
Unless the owner of the Home Daycare has hired staff or has made arrangements for backup services, the parents must seek other accommodations in these instances. Daycare Centers, in contrast, usually have sufficient staffing capacity to cover absences due to sickness or vacation.
The cost of Daycare varies dramatically by location and according to the service provider. However, some of the factors that influence the cost include adult to child ratios, the quality of programming, whether the provider is accredited as an early education program, whether the service remains open during inclement weather, and whether the provider expands services during school vacations. In some cases, government funding is available to subsidize costs for families.
Many states require managers of Daycare Centers to have a degree or certification in early childhood development. Some Daycare Centers have internal policies requiring all staff members to have training in early childhood education. Home Daycare providers are typically not required to have any formal training. However, many do have certifications or a background in education or related fields.