Welcome to The Little Red School House
A Licensed and Certified Day Care Center in Westbrook Maine
In September of 2000 Rebecca Palmer opened her home to a small number of wonderful families. Since then the day care has steadily grown over the years. The day care now has a new home located at the old Warren Elementary School on Main Street in Westbrook. The historic school building offers us room to grow, a more structured atmosphere and a convenient location. We strive to achieve the nurturing aspects of the home day care in the center.
- Small center, located right on Main Street in Westbrook.
- Caring and friendly staff with Early Childhood Education Backgrounds and up to date training in CPR and first aid.
- Very competitive rates for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and siblings.
- On the Westbrook school bus route for Saccarrapa, Canal, and Wescott schools.
- Conveniently located near the Maine Turnpike on Main Street in Westbrook for an easy commute to most areas in Greater Portland.
The Little Red School House has a strict rule that your child will not be released into the care of someone other than the parents with out a phone call, verbal notification or a written note signed by the parent or guardian. After the parent has given us notification, the person who has been approved to pick up your child must bring photo identification prior to the release of your child.
The Little Red School House also has card key security locks on all entry doors to the class rooms. Each card key is numbered and coded to a specific person. Only that person may use the card key. If lost or stolen the card is canceled immediately and will not function if someone tries to use it.
Our Class rooms
The Infant Room is for ages six weeks old up to 12 months old. The Waddler Room is for ages 1 year to 2 years old. The Toddler Room is for ages 2 years up to 3 1/2 years old. The Preschool Room is for ages 3 1/2 to 4 years and older. Our programs incorporate many preschool aspects into the daily routine, such as color, letter and number recognition, sharing, taking turns, finger play, music and movement, adventure walks, following directions and much more.