We are proud to serve both the communities of Middlefield and Madison. We feel that we offer a very positive environment for your child to grow. The social atmosphere along with our dedicated staff will make every day a Great Day for your child.
5:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m.
5:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Welcome to Great Day Child Care Learning Center in Middlefield, OH! Our facility is under the leadership of Gary Cox. Gary has attained a pioneer status in the industry with over 23 years of experience and is recognized as one of the leaders in the Child Care field. At our facility we personally take your child's safety and well being as our number one priority while they are with us.
Each one of our staff members has been carefully selected through an in depth interview process to ensure their capabilities as a teacher and caregiver as well as their focus on early childhood development.
Our staff is trained and certified in: CPR, First Aid, Communicable Disease & Child Abuse Recognition. You can view our security section for more information.
Our staff is trained and certified in: CPR, First Aid, Communicable Disease & Child Abuse Recognition
Here are a few of the measures in place to guarantee your Child's safety
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We can customize a plan that will fit your child care needs, please stop in and we will work out a schedule and payment plan that is best for you. We extend discounted rates for 2nd and 3rd child for prepaid tuition. We provide Cereal & Milk for children here before 8:30 am. & morning and afternoon nutritional snacks.
We offer a summer program for school age children Kindergarten to 12 years of age.
We get asked about our Registration package quite often. We have all of the forms that you need in one location.
Tara has been bringing her son Logan to Great Day Child Care Learning Center since he was 8 weeks old. He is now almost 2.
“The teachers are the number one reason I feel comfortable leaving him here,” Tara said. “It’s right next door to Dillen Products where I work as human resource manager.” Tara reports that the teachers at Great Day treat Logan as if he’s their own. They will call, for example, if Logan won’t eat lunch to ask if she wants them to try giving him something else. They never hesitate to call when they have a question and they are always excited to report new advances Logan makes, like walking and talking. “They get as excited about things as I do,” she said smiling.
Tara had other daycare options, such as home daycare, but because of the teachers, location and cost, she chose Great Day. She feels that because of his daycare experience, Logan is more social than other kids his age and is learning things he wouldn’t in other environments. Great Day is wonderful when she has to work overtime or go into work early. She can drop him off in his pajamas if it’s very early and the staff gets him ready for the day. Children participate in many great activities like Easter egg hunts, Water Days, and clown, Santa and Easter Bunny visits. Proof that Tara made the right choice in daycare is, that Logan is always excited to go in and sometimes he doesn’t want to leave. A mother couldn’t ask for more than that. — Tara Satyshur. - Middlefield OHTOP
Scott and Tammy Fortenbury were looking for childcare for 2-year-old Lorena and 7-year-old Jeffrey. After looking at local services, the decision to choose Great Day was easy; the facility was clean, safe, large and inviting. They liked the way everything was laid out safely on one floor, and the educational advantage of different classrooms based on ages. Jeffrey is now 14 and attends Cardinal Middle School, and Lorena, age 10, catches and is dropped off at Great Day by the school bus. She loves to play with friends in the afternoon until Tammy leaves her job at Kraft Maid to pick her up. Lorena explained why she enjoys going to Great Day. ”My teachers say nice things to me and I love playing Barbie with my friends.” On occasion, Lorena has left her homework or lunch behind at the child care center, and the Great Day staff made special trips to the school to deliver them. Lorena said she is helped with homework and spelling tests. Scott said, “I knew she was learning. She would carry this little book with her. I could see her work and how the staff marked it so she could write it again correctly. The Fortenbury family all agrees that Great Day is a wonderful place. — The Fortenbury Family. - Middlefield OHTOP