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(1) mail: U.S. Department of Agriculture
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This institution is an equal opportunity provider
meals and snacks are included in the program. Your child's nutrition is a priority. we provide approximately one-third of the child's nutritional needs with each meal served.
Our facility is secure. accessible through keypad entry only.
We carefully screen all our staff to ensure the safety of the children
we are open from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday Through friday
* Every parent worries about the safety of their child, that is why entry to PHCCC is by keypad. Our secure access codes mean that only staff and parents/guardians can get into the child care facility without first checking in.
To continually improve our program to enhance community prosperity with nurturing, trusting, and enriching child care.
To encourage positive growth considering the individual needs of each child and all areas of development.
To offer children an environment that fosters and guides them to develop a positive self-concept and respect the world they live in.
2015 Tumble Weed Trail
Spearfish, SD 57783
Phone: (605) 642-1284
Fax: (605) 642-1285
Open Monday - Friday
6:30 am - 6:30 pm
Prairie Hills Child Care Center is a licensed program committed to providing affordable and enriching child care services to families in the community. Our Center is dedicated to fostering children through safe, nurturing, and educational child care.
PHCCC is committed to providing a safe*, healthy and an educational child care program.
We are state licensed.