Website supported by a NH Charitable Foundation Grant

 

 

 

 

Hours:

Monday - Friday   6:30 AM to 5:30 PM

*Includes Snow Days & Vacation Weeks

Call Us:

Local:   ( 603 ) 524-1235

 

 

 

 

 

"The pursuit of truth and beauty is a sphere of activity in which we are permitted to remain children all our lives." - Albert Einstein



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Developmental Methodologies and Resources

Strategic Plan

Born Learning

The Importance of the First Five Years
The Heckman Equation

Why Reading by the End of Third Grade Matters
Child and Adult Care Food Program ( CACFP )

Coordinated Approach to Child Health ( CATCH )
I am Moving I am Learning ( IMIL )
Pathways to Cultural Competency Project ( PCCP)

Let's Move!

NAP SACC



Introduction to Lakes Region Child Care Services Inc.

 

Lakes Region Child Care Services Inc. (LRCCS) is dedicated to providing high quality childcare which is affordable for families who live, work or attend school in the Lakes Region, providing care for children 6 weeks to 14 years in a variety of different programs.  We are open from 6:30 AM to 5:30 PM daily, year round, including snow days and vacation weeks.



LRCCS is recognized for high quality programming and holds Licensed Plus Status with the State of NH.



All LRCCS programs offer developmentally appropriate pre-academic, and enrichment activities, and promote healthy eating and active living by serving nutritious meals and snacks in all programs. We offer many opportunities for daily physical activity, knowing that children need good food and exercise for optimal growth and development.The management and staff, of LRCCS whole heartedly, believes that it is our responsibility as adults, educators and community members  to protect and nurture children so they can grow up to be, as Benjamin Franklin would have said it: healthy wealthy and wise.



As a community partner LRCCS has been responding to the needs of the community for 45 years; meeting the early care and education needs of children, and responding to the greater challenge of developing stronger families for our communities.



What happens to children matters not only to them as individuals and their immediate family, but to the neighborhoods they live in, the schools they attend, and the communities they will eventually work, live and lead in.