Child Care Services
After the Bell (ATB) is an after school program offered during the school year at Burnett, Curtner, Weller and Zanker Elementary Schools from school dismissal until 6:00 pm, even on minimum days!! The ATB program follows a 1:10 staff to student ratio to provide students with the support they need as well as ensuring their safety and of course, fun!!
The Master Plan is to provide civic leaders and policy makers a practical guide for supporting child care within the community. The document examines the child care friendly policies, procedures and programs currently in place within the City and defines appropriate next steps.
Are you looking for a group setting for your child? Child Care Centers are licensed facilities caring for infants, preschoolers and/or school age children. View this file (PDF) to see the listing of licensed child care centers in Milpitas.
View a map of the City complete with markers indicating locations of child care centers, approximate locations of family child care homes, school parcels, major street names and parks. Using this tool along with the following lists will permit you to begin to narrow your search for the ideal program.
Are you looking for a loving, home-like setting for your child? Family Child Care Homes are licensed to care for up to eight or up to fourteen children in the provider's primary residence. Take a look at this list (PDF) to see the names and phone numbers of providers in Milpitas.
Provides links to various city, county, state, and private child care resources.
Ever wonder what to ask when you call a Parent Referral to check on a child care provider or program? You are not alone! This page is designed to give you a variety of possible questions to ask another parent about a child care center or family child care home provider.
If you are considering starting a family child care home or operating a child care center, this page will get you started.
|Child Care Services|
|455 East Calaveras Boulevard|
|Phone: (408) 586-3279|
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