Picture Lexington Kids approaches infant care with a focus on building strong relationships with babies and families. It is important to us that you feel your child is safe, loved and nurtured to his or her fullest potential. We follow a primary caregiver model to ensure a strong social and emotional bond and excellent communication.
Toddlers are going through an exciting time as they transition out of babyhood physically able to explore the world around them but still learning how to interact socially, communicate and respect the world around them. We have found that a focus on solid relationships through a primary caregiving model helps develop the emotional security to explore freely in the world. Lower ratios help toddlers explore safely.
Lexington Kids offers a number of programming options for preschool aged students. Families should consider the Penguins and Turtles classrooms if they would like to enroll their child in full day child care with kindergarten readiness embedded throughout the day and added afternoon enrichment programs in Spanish language, science/math, art, and music.
Picture Lexington Kids provides care for students currently enrolled in elementary school programs in grades PreK through 6 (age 12). We provide care before and after school, on most school release days and during the long summer break. We also provide care for interim breaks for some of the year round programs such as Crossroads Elementary.
A premier early childhood development center that nurtures children's minds and souls through enriching experiences, caring relationships and celebrating God's love for us all.
We offer responsive, individualized, and high-quality Christian childcare to children and families in our community.
We align our programs with MN early childhood and birth through three indicators of progress to ensure that we are able to meet the developmental benchmarks to prepare children for kindergarten.
Through teacher-led and child-initiated activities and experiences, we seek to foster a strong love of learning and to help each child, family, and staff member celebrate every person as a child of God.
Schedule a guided tour so you can learn more about our programs. Not only will you be able to see the school and the children in action, but it is an opportunity to ask questions and learn more.
Administration & Substitute Staff