Campus View Child Care Center: Child-centered, family-oriented
Campus View Child Care Center (CVCCC) is an infant and toddler program that practices Continuity of Care to support a child-centered philosophy. Recognizing the importance of strong, consistent relationships between children, families, and caregivers, Continuity of Care occurs when a child remains with the same teachers and children throughout the entire length of their enrollment in our program.
How to reach us
800 North Union St. #9
Bloomington, IN 47408
What we offer
- Ages 6 weeks–3 years
- Full-time care
- Monday–Friday 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m.
Demand often exceeds our capacity. Therefore, we encourage parents to complete the waitlist form as soon as possible.
We are more than pleased with CVCCC. They practice continuity of care, so your child has the same teachers as long as they are there. They try to keep the number of different classroom assistants as low as possible so that your child isn't constantly seeing new people.Sadie C. (Google review)
The school operates on the same yearly schedule as Indiana University. If Indiana University cancels classes due to extreme weather, Campus View Child Care Center will also close. However, if MCCSC (Monroe County public schools) close due to extreme weather, Campus View Child Care Center will remain open UNLESS Indiana University closes as well.
|January 20||Martin Luther King, Jr. Day—no classes|
|March 16–20||IU Spring Break—open|
|May 25||Memorial Day—no classes|
|July 3||Independence Day—no classes|
|August 6–7||Teacher In-Service—no classes|
|September 7||Labor Day—no classes|
|November 25||Day before Thanksgiving—closing at noon|
|November 26–27||Thanksgiving Holiday—no classes|
|December 21–January 1, 2021||Winter Break—no classes|
|January 4, 2021||Classes resume|
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