Fall 2017 Update

It's been a while since we updated our site. We've been busy! Since 2013, Park Place has graduated 2-3 toddlers every Spring. Park Place has one opening but is anticipating being at capacity by the holidays. Our next anticipated opening is Summer 2018.
Family summer dinner gathering at Park Place


2013: Good-bye to Grads and Welcome New Infants and Toddlers!

Congrats to Park Place's grads.  Onto pre-school they go!  We love you all and will miss you!
Park Place is currently full, but is accepting appointments/applications for those interested in being put onto the waiting list.  The next anticipated opening is in January 2014.


Quality Care at Affordable Prices

An English speaking daycare, with Korean cultural enrichment, through folk songs, children's games, and Asian inspired meals. Currently accepting 3-month to 3yr old babies and toddlers for pre-preschool care (we have great recommendations for pre-schools). 

When the child is ready, healthy and nutritional snacks and meals are provided (breakfest, snack, lunch, snack). Organic whenever possible (depending on selection at Trader/Farmer Joes). Family-room play area, separate room for nap-time(s), organic gardens, and a backyard playspace. (currently being added to)

Flexible and adaptable to meet parents/child's preferences.

Caregiver to child ratio:  1:3  (2 Caregivers: 3 infants, and 3 toddlers)


Daily Schedule
Monday thru Friday, 7:30-5:30p
Part Time consists of 2, 3, or 4 days of the schedule above, based on availability.

Holidays, Breaks, and Vacation Schedules
New Years Holiday January 1st (see Winter Break)
Martin L. King Jr. Holiday January
President’s Day Holiday February
Memorial Day Holiday May
Independence Day Holiday July 4th
Summer Vacation July (middle 2 weeks)
Labor Day Holiday September
Veteran’s Day Holiday November
Thanksgiving Holiday Thanksgiving Day and Day After
Winter Break Dec-Jan (7-8 Business Day Break)

Sample Meals/Snacks

~Jap Chae: Celluphane noodles with sauteed/steamed veggies
~Tofu: steamed or seared
~Kim Chee: freshly pickled cucumber
~Korean Chicken: similar to teriyaki
~Steamed Spinach: in light sesame seed oil marinade
~Mung Bean Cake: a texture a bit thicker than Jello, in a light soy sauce vinagrette. Kids LOVE this tofu-like meal!
~Mandu: Korean dumplings
~Soups:  Seaweed soup (a toddler favorite), rice-cake stew
~Mac n Cheese, other pastas, Quesadillas, toast
~Fresh Fruit, Yogurt, crackers, Oatmeal, etc.