Early Childhood Development Program

  • Infant, Toddler and Pre-K Classes
  • Optimum teacher/student ratios
  • Age appropriate curriculum reading, writing, math, science, and computer readiness
  • Structured and creative activities
  • Group and individual guidance
  • Self-help skills (toy cleanup, potty training and hand washing)


Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) Reimbursement from CACFP enables the Center to serve nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack to enrolled children.


Tuition Assistance Each year Variety Early Learning Center applies for grants to assist our parents with the costs of tuition; this allows parents to be gainfully employed, while the children are receiving quality education. These are limited, area specific, and income based. Parents must be working and provide income and address verification and a current photo ID. Tuition assistance does not cover the total cost of the weekly fee and is for a limited amount of time. Assistance is available as funding permits.


Child Care Assistance The Las Vegas Urban League provides a temporary helping hand to families in crisis. They provide child care and education for children while their parents seek employment, job training or crisis recovery.


Substance Abuse Prevention Substance Abuse Prevention And Treatment Agency (SAPTA) funds prevention education program for preschoolers.*


Staff Development Training All staff members meet the State of Nevada licensing requirements in the field of Early Childhood Education.


Full Day Services For Children ages 6 weeks to five years old

  • Daily breakfast, lunch and snack
  • Outdoor Play
  • Social Skills
  • Nap time


Children’s progress and achievements are monitored and measured. COR assessments are used to observe children and make referrals when special needs or risks are identified.

We are an equal opportunity employer and prohibited from discrimination on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability or any other characteristic protected by law.

*This publication is supported whole or in part by the Nevada division of Mental Health and Developmental Services (MHDS), Substance Abuse Prevention Treatment Agency (SAPTA) throughthe Goshen Community Development Coalition Block Grant and/or Strategic Prevention Framework State Incentive Grant (SPF SIG) and /or the Safe Drug Free Schools Grant (SDFS) from the Dept. of Health and Human Service (DHHS), Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration (SAMHSA) and/or The Dept. of Education (Dept.f Ed) Its contents are solely the responsibility of the authors and do not necessarily represent the official views of the U.S. DHHS, SMAHSA, or the State of Nevada*