Early Beginnings provides quality childcare for young parents in Aurora Public Schools to enable them to continue their education and graduate prepared for college and careers.

Early Learning Programs
Infant/Toddler Program: 3 weeks -  3 years
Preschool: 3 - 5 years

Mon. - Fri., 7 a.m.-4 p.m.

Latest News

Program helps teen parents return to school
Aurora Public Schools launches a program to support teen parents looking for child care so they can return to school.
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Solving the Teen Mother of All Problems
Aurora Sentinel
“Now I know my son is in a good place, and I don’t have to worry about his babysitter,” she said.
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Aurora Public Schools Early Beginnings Grand Opening
Aurora Channel 8
Imagine raising a child while you're still in high school. A new learning center opens in Aurora opens to help those teenage parents.
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Aurora school district opens daycare center so teen moms can go to class
Fox 31 News
Anita Walker with the Jamaica Child Development Center explains Early Beginnings is about “providing quality childcare — infant through preschool — but also providing a place for teen parents to have their children while they’re in school.”
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New programs for teen parents on the way in Aurora
Chalkbeat Colorado
The district's new Early Beginnings center will provide child care to the babies and children of teen parents in the district.
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