CVCCC Classrooms

Explore Our Campus View Classrooms


  • Photograph of the infants areaAges: 6 weeks–about 1 year
  • Group size: Up to 8
  • Staff to child ratio: 1:4

Parents of infants may choose to bring in breastmilk, use the formula provided by the center, or bring in their own preferred brand of formula. The center provides baby food and table food when the infants are ready for them. Each child is provided with their own crib and bedding, which is laundered daily at the center. We design an individual daily schedule and feeding plan to meet each child's needs as informed by their parents and pediatrician. Teachers complete a "Daily Needs" sheet for each child to record activities, diaper changes, feedings, moods, naptimes, notable symptoms, observations, and outdoor play. These sheets are shared with parents at pick-up each day.


  • Photograph of the toddlers areaAges: Approximately 1–2 years
  • Group size: Up to 10
  • Staff to child ratio: 1:5

Our goal is to provide an environment that supports and nurtures their development in all areas, including cognitive, emotional, language, physical, self-help, and social skills. Children in the toddler classroom spend their days at Campus View engaging with a variety of materials, including art and sensory materials. Reading and singing occur naturally throughout the day and offer children the opportunity to participate in larger group activities. In addition to our indoor classroom, our outdoor space offers endless opportunities to explore and is used at least two times per day with weather permitting.


  • Photograph of the twos areaAges: Approximately 2–3 years
  • Group size: Up to 10
  • Staff to child ratio: 1:5

Children in the twos group regularly engage in art, large movement, pretend play, sensory, and song activities as their interests dictate. Materials are rotated frequently to support the changing physical and cognitive needs of children. Teachers are available to children at all times in order to support positive social and emotional development. Additionally, teachers and families communicate daily to ensure a strong connection between home and school in this relationship-based program.

Older Twos

  • Photograph of the older twos areaAges: Approximately 2–3 years
  • Group size: 10–12
  • Staff to child ratio: 1:5 or 1:6

The activities are similar to the twos classroom including  art, large movement, pretend play, sensory, and song activities. Teachers remain available to support positive emotional and social development and communicate daily with the families.