The professional educators in the ITC and Little Wolverines programs provide opportunities for affectionate, nurturing, stimulating, and age-appropriate activities.
Through developmental screening, evaluations, daily observations, and parent/family input we build the foundation for developing individual and group activities for children. We believe that all children should be allowed to develop and grow at their own pace.
The ITC and Little Wolverines programs foster an environment where children can succeed and where parents and staff work together to provide the very best experiences for their children.
Children are served breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack free of charge. (Similac and Similac Sensitive formula is offered free of charge for bottle-fed infants.)
ITC and Little Wolverines participate in the USDA food program and follow federal guidelines for healthy, nutritious meals provided in the recommended serving sizes for infants and toddlers and preschoolers. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.
To foster independence, our preschoolers learn how to serve themselves at each meal.
Our facility includes a fenced-in play yard, providing opportunities for plenty of outside time.
ITC also has access to the artificial turf athletic field, gyms, track, tennis courts, and baseball fields on the Willamette campus.
Music and movement is a highly anticipated part of the day.