Hume Child Development Center (CCAP)

319 N Tonti St
New Orleans, LA 70119

Geographic Area: Mid-City
Geographic Zone: 2
Phone: 504-822-7883
Center Hours: 7:00 AM-6:00 PM

http://www.humechild.org

Ages Served: Inf - PK4

Program Details

Center philosophy, performance, cost, and other provided services. To learn more about how early childhood performance is measured, click here.

Director: Karen Page
Philosophy: For over 100 years, hume child development center's mission has been to provide quality pre-school educa-tional opportunities for all children within a safe and nurturing environment. we feel that children learn and can succeed by emphasizing social & emotional development, enhancement of basic learning skills, and, maintenance of a healthy lifestyle ? all attained through interesting and stimulating play!
Program Type: CCAP
Cost (tier): Tuition-assistance
Cost for 1 YR to PK4: $125 - $149 weekly
Cost for Infants: $125 - $149 weekly
Additional Fees: Registration, Field Trip, Transportation, Before/aftercare
Schedule Type: Year Round
Center Performance: 3.89 (Approaching Proficient)
School Finder Page: Center Report Card
Licensed Capacity: 76

Admissions

How to apply, who is eligible to attend, and what factors determine which children are assigned. For more info on how OneApp works, click here.

Application Process:
Apply directly for CCAP through the Louisiana Believes website: https://www.louisianabelieves.com/early-childhood/child-care-assistance-program
Applications Due: Contact school for more information
Transition To Kindergarden: Students must apply to a K program
Selective Admissions: Contact school for more information

Hume Child Development Center (CCAP)

Grade(s) INF-PK4

Eligibility: Louisiana Residents who meet income and work requirements (20+ hrs. per week in school, training, or job)
Priority: Contact school for more information

School Features

Transportation: Contact school for more information
Uniforms: Not Mandatory

Features & Programs:
Before Care/Aftercare, Before Care/Aftercare for siblings or older students, Field trips, Movement Dance Class, NAP-SACC, Parent meetings, Storytelling, Summer programming for siblings and older students

Language Support:
American Sign Language

Special Education Services:
Contact School for More Information