At Newberry Child Care philosophy is developmental, which means we look at each child as an individual when planning curriculum and our daily routine. Our program is child-centered and we focus on the whole child. Family input is an integral component of a child’s educational and developmental goals. It is through our partnership with the family that we are able to meet every child’s needs in our programming efforts. When planning, we touch all areas of development including social, emotional, intellectual, large and small motor. We strive to foster independence and positive self-esteem.


Our mission is to provide a safe, caring environment where children feel secure to explore and become unique individuals.

Non-Discriminatory Policy

It is the policy of Newberry Child Care to admit children of all races, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, and physical or mental abilities to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to children enrolled at this center. We will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, and physical or mental abilities in administration of its educational policies, admission policies, or any other center-administered programs.

Newberry is committed to serving our families who may need assistance with the enrollment process, forms used in our classroom settings, and all communication between our staff and family members. We have resources available in the community and family partnerships within our facility. Please see the director if you need help accessing any program materials, forms, or language support.

Ratio And Class Size

Every child grows and develops at a different rate. To accommodate this, we have two separate program groups, a Preschool-aged class for 2 ½ – 4-year-olds and Pre-K for 4-6-year olds. Each group has a maximum class size of 15 children, with two teachers. The state-mandated ratio for staff to preschool-age children is 1: 10. Each classroom will stimulate children’s intellectual, social, and emotional development. Occasionally, when attendance is low, the two groups may be combined into one classroom.

We'd like to hear from you!

We'd like to hear from you!

Looking to enroll your child in Newberry or have questions for our staff? Get in touch with us by calling, emailing, or filling out the contact form below

Call: (541) 484-4011 x 215

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