Where Your Dollars Go

Early Learning Indiana is using grants and the generous donations of individuals, companies and organizations to ensure every child is empowered with the skills they need to succeed in kindergarten and beyond. Here’s how we’re making a difference:

Practicing What We Teach

We operate a network of community-based lab schools, advancing the science of early learning, training the next generation of teachers and instilling essential skills in young children.

Sharing What
We Know

We serve as an expert partner, enabling early learning providers to build capacity, transform operations and improve outcomes.

Driving System-Level Change

We're a leading voice in the conversation about the future of early learning and its role in helping to solve K-12 and workforce challenges.


Kindergarten registration is just around the corner. We know that many parents have a lot of questions and worries about this process and we

The Family Engagement Specialist focuses on providing parent education and referral support to families residing in Hamilton, Hendricks, and Marion Counties.  He/she maintains current knowledge

The Bilingual Family & Community Engagement Specialist fulfills a dual role with the Spanish-speaking community, serving families directly as well as maintaining relationships with

Early Learning Indiana an Early Head Start-Child Care Partnership Grantee is supporting the implementation of the Early Head Start model (birth to age 3)

Provides a developmentally appropriate environment for children. Conducts individual activities to encourage learning and develop social interaction skills. Ensure routines are flexible and individualized

Provides a developmentally appropriate environment for infants and/or toddlers. Conducts individual activities to encourage learning and develop social interaction skills. Ensure routines are flexible

Plans and implements activities which are designed to develop a range of social, cognitive, and/or motor skills for individual and/or group of children, working

Plans and implements activities which are designed to develop a range of social, cognitive, and/or motor skills for individual and/or group of infants, working

Works as a substitute for Assistant and Lead Teachers as needed to provide a developmentally appropriate environment for children. Conducts individual activities to encourage learning

The next webinar is Tuesday, October 27.   How can providers support the physical health of the children in their care? In this webinar,

The next webinar is Tuesday, October 13. Early education providers continue to serve on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. In my role

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Announcing a webinar series opportunity. Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, we’ve heard from many partners and providers that a top concern is the impact of COVID-19

Remaining funds are prioritized for critical service gaps and communities with the greatest need.   Media Contact: Jennifer Erbacher, 812-483-5124, jennifere@earlylearningindiana.org      Early Learning Indiana today announced the latest grant recipients of the Come Back Stronger Fund that

Early Ed Connect

Families that need assistance paying for child care can now apply online. Choosing a high-quality early care and education program is an important decision.

First round of funding totals $2,341,000.   Early Learning Indiana today awarded grants totaling $2,341,000 to 155 early child care and education providers across

The Fund will help support health- and safety-related expenses in the wake of COVID-19.   As early care and learning providers across the country

Pilot program aims to address lack of diversity in early learning field, create new talent pipeline Early Learning Indiana today announced the launch of

Renewed support will advance initiatives focused on improving access to high-quality early learning programs in Indiana Early Learning Indiana has been awarded a $15

More than 900 new seats created through competition addressing insufficient child care availability across Indiana Early Learning Indiana today announced the winners of the

Selected communities will receive $25,000 to develop and implement plans to improve kindergarten transitions. Early Learning Indiana today announced recipients of a statewide grant

The competition focused on improving Indiana’s infant and toddler care shortage.   Early Learning Indiana today announced recipients of a $45,000 prize focused on

Selected submissions demonstrated innovative solutions for improving the transition from early learning to kindergarten    Early Learning Indiana today announced recipients of a $100,000

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Finalists eligible to receive up to $100,000 to increase access to child care Early Learning Indiana announced today the finalists in a competition designed

The Saul Zaentz Early Education Initiative at the Harvard Graduate School of Education today announced Early Learning Indiana as a finalist for its 2019

More than 200 volunteers from Central Indiana businesses came out Friday to impact early learning and raise awareness of the need for greater access

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What you need to know about the new Early Learning Foundations Guidance documents. By now, you probably know Indiana’s Early Learning Foundations by heart. You

on my way prek

Indiana families can apply for a 2019-2020 pre-K grant by visiting www.OnMyWayPreK.org. These new grants will begin in August 2019, and seats will be awarded on

Healthy Start! Award, Active, Child Care, Funding

Apply by March 31 to be considered for a $500 award to boost healthy development in early learning programs. Thanks to the generous support

ELI Lilly Endowment grant

Early Learning Indiana has received a grant of $10 million under Lilly Endowment Inc.’s latest round of financial sustainability grants to Central Indiana human

Grants made to support recent state capacity-building awards. Continuing its mission to bring high-quality early childhood education to more Hoosier children, today Early Learning

Family Engagement Early Learning Indiana

Family Engagement Prizes recognize innovative programs Celebrating early education providers who champion families’ roles as their children’s first teachers, today Early Learning Indiana announced

infant toddler care

Day Early Learning Center for Infants & Toddlers celebrates 5 year anniversary. A child’s mind and body are impacted by what happens in the


Infant teacher Heather Mitchell shares her experience at the Center for Infants & Toddlers. Connecting with families, creating a dynamic classroom culture and cultivating

long-term impact

Are there long-term outcomes of high-quality early education? Yes, as the long-term studies listed below confirm, when children have access to high-quality early education,

Early Learning Indiana donor Julia Hogan

Julia Hogan shares what prompted her and her husband, James, to make a major gift to Center for Infants & Toddlers. An active donor

quality coaching

Child Care Answers helps local catholic preschool director push school quality beyond state requirements through coaching and training. St. Lawrence Catholic Preschool on Indianapolis’


Don’t miss this year’s Day Nursery Auxiliary tree during The Festival of Trees at the Indiana History Center. The tree is decorated with handmade

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Early Learning Indiana awards $54,500 to seven programs As a part of its ongoing mission to help prepare more children for success in kindergarten

A Day Early Learning mom tells how the center has impacted both her family and career. Lorenzo was almost two months old when the

New online learning platform to launch in 2019. In 2019, Indiana’s early childhood and school-age professionals will have a new place to connect with

lack of child care

In March 2018, the Indiana University Public Policy Institute (PPI) and Early Learning Indiana brought together representatives from across the state to convene the

Indiana child care

Indiana is losing out on billions in economic activity each year due to the lack child care, a new study released at today’s Indiana

Los premios ayudarán a mejorar la calidad de los programas. Hoy Early Learning Indiana anunció que ha otorgado $55,000 en subvenciones a 10 programas

Awards will assist in improving the quality of the programs   Today Early Learning Indiana announced that it has awarded $55,000 in grants to

More Proof of the Two-Generational Impact of Early Learning Programs A new report on Washington D.C.’s universal preschool program is offering further proof of


Grants will help add seats, improve program quality Today Early Learning Indiana announced that it has awarded $303,000 to 10 ministry-based early education programs

high-quality care

What does “high-quality” mean? There is a big difference between babysitting and high-quality early learning programs. High-quality programs actively engage parents and provide a

brain development

WHY ARE THE FIRST FIVE YEARS OF A CHILD’S LIFE SO IMPORTANT FOR BRAIN DEVELOPMENT? Babies are born learning. Years of scientific study prove

Early Learning Indiana grants will improve quality and increase access. As a part of Early Learning Indiana’s mission to increase access to high-quality early

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WHAT IS FADE OUT? Fade out is the theory that gains made in high-quality early learning settings diminish over time, namely by third grade.

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Early Learning Indiana grant will help add spaces to serve 20 more families each year Today Early Learning Indiana announced it has awarded $13,600

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Programs in Crown Point, Greencastle, Highland, Shelbyville, South Bend and Valparaiso awarded grants INDIANAPOLIS – Today Early Learning Indiana announced it is has awarded seven faith-based

Early Learning Capacity Building grants improve child care quality

Ministry-based child care programs in Brazil, Seymour, Crown Point and Hammond awarded grants INDIANAPOLIS – In support of local child care ministry programs, today Early

Marilyn Pecsok is a long standing advocate, Day Nursery Auxiliary and Loyalty Society member of Early Learning Indiana. She joined the Day Nursery Auxiliary

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Day Early Learning preschool teacher, Katy Kniola, talks about her teaching experiences. Throughout high schooI, Katy Kniola loved babysitting, but she assumed she would

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Babies Explore and Delight in their New Playground Squeals, giggles and claps filled the air as our littlest learners discovered their new playground at

Help finding child care Indiana

Early Learning Indiana and FSSA partner on child care consumer information hub INDIANAPOLIS – Through a public-private partnership, Early Learning Indiana and Indiana FSSA’s

Birth to Three Build With Me Fundraiser Event

Save the date November 16, 2018 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Day Early Learning Center for Infants & Toddlers —1030 W. 16th Street, Indianapolis,

Get Tickets Today November 1, 2018 10:30 a.m. The Ritz Charles — 12156 N Meridian St, Carmel, IN 46032 Join the Day Nursery Auxiliary

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You’re Invited Friday, September 7, 2018 from 5:00 to 7:00 in the evening at the Whitsett Residence | 1520 N. Alabama St., Indianapolis, IN 46202.


Grants made to support recent state capacity-building awards INDIANAPOLIS – As a part of its ongoing mission to increase access to high-quality early childhood

Loyalty Society Donors

  Early Learning Indiana Celebrates the Impact of the Loyalty Society Donors In May, the President & CEO of Early Learning Indiana, Maureen Weber,

Maureen Weber Early Learning Indiana New President CEO

Opening Doors and Driving Outcomes for Hoosier Children Growing up in Connersville, Indiana, in the 1980s gave Maureen Weber a perspective that transformed her

Day Early Learning parent, Shauna Wagner, shares her perspective on the importance of high-quality early learning. The audience at The Brain Advantage: Boosting Brain

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First Lady Janet Holcomb welcomed us to the Governor’s residence for The Brain Advantage: Boosting Brain Growth from Birth to Three. Prior to the

Early Brain Development Brain Science Event

Event Spreads Awareness of the Importance of Early Experiences and their Impact on Early Brain Development On Thursday, April 26th, Early Learning Indiana presented

teacher professional development

Passionate. Creative. Resourceful. Driven to Learn. That’s how Lee Ann Kidwell and Jennifer Hurst describe the children they interact with each day as preschool

Early Learning Indiana sparks statewide Child Development Associate classes in Spanish Since October 2017, 55 early childhood professionals have gathered almost weekly to supercharge

Kay Cunningham, Early Learning Indiana Loyalty Society member and long time supporter, reflects on her career in early education. Kay was determined from a young

Watching their eldest daughter blossom from a timid, shy toddler into a confident, sociable leader in her junior kindergarten classroom reinforces Brad and Anneliese

Funder Spotlight: The Women’s Fund of Central Indiana Early Learning Indiana is extremely grateful to have received a $15,000 grant from the Women’s Fund

Today we are excited to welcome Maureen Weber, our new president & CEO, to Early Learning Indiana. We asked her a few questions to

Families in the 20 On My Way Pre-K counties (full list here) can apply for a 2018-2019 pre-K grant by visiting www.OnMyWayPreK.org. These new

Head Start Program Will Add 20 New Seats Today Early Learning Indiana awarded a $55,000 grant to bring 20 more high-quality pre-K seats to

Today Early Learning Indiana, the state’s oldest early childhood education nonprofit, named Maureen Weber, a leader in education and human capital development, as its

Join Early Learning Indiana for a private coffee at the Governor’s residence to learn more about the brain science of early development. The Brain

As Indiana’s state-funded pre-K program continues to expand, attracting and retaining qualified teachers must be a top priority, a new report from Early Learning

Child care centers in Lafayette, Lake Station and Muncie awarded grants Families in three Indiana communities will have greater access to high-quality early childhood

Grants allow teachers to enhance learning experiences through interactions, lesson plans and environments. Day Early Learning centers began a comprehensive update of its curriculum

In 2017, Early Learning Indiana’s donors, partners, trainers, teachers and staff put our focus on boosting access and quality for early education. It’s been

Early Learning Indiana awards $208,250 to create 138 new early learning seats As a part of its ongoing mission to expand access to high-quality

Two newly-released national reports on the cost, quality and availability of child care are shedding new light on the challenges Hoosier families with young

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Early Childhood Professionals Share Their Best Bets for Teacher Gifts Looking for ways to share your appreciation and gratitude with the teachers and caregivers

Early Learning Indiana awards two capacity-building grants to local centers Two Monroe County early education programs have been awarded grants from Early Learning Indiana

It will take more than stretching dollars and pinching pennies to bring high-quality pre-K to Hoosier families, a new report from Early Learning Indiana

FULLBEAUTY Brands commits to giving back to communities where they operate and where their customers live. Fortunately for us, they are located near the

In late September, Early Learning Indiana recognized and honored its most loyal donors through the creation of The Loyalty Society. The Loyalty Society honors

Indiana can and must do a better job of aligning its preschool and elementary school programs to fully reap the benefits of early education,

Alethia knows the impact that engaged teachers have in helping children grow. Alethia Minzlaff has been putting smiles on the faces of young children

80 percent.   That’s how many superintendents across the country think too little is being invested in early education, according to a recent Gallup poll.

INDIANAPOLIS – Today, Early Learning Indiana awarded $248,500 in capacity building grants to four early education providers, as a part of its ongoing mission

Earlier this week the National Center for Education Statistics released results from its Early Childhood Program Participation Survey – and the results were both

Family applications Open today in 10 On My Way Pre-K Pilot Counties! Earlier today, the state announced that On My Way Pre-K applications are

Early Learning Indiana partners on magazine boosting school readiness and saving for college. In a unique partnership to promote early education, the Indiana Department of

A progress report on Indiana’s Roadmap for pre-K Expansion (2017). Click to review the state’s progress toward high quality pre-K for all.

See the latest statistics on access to high-quality pre-K in Indiana.

Early Learning Indiana releases second “Mile Marker” report As Indiana expands its state-funded pre-K program, developing active partnerships between families, teachers and programs will

Today, Early Learning Indiana’s Partnerships for Early Learners released the first in a series of briefs quality rating and improvement systems (QRIS). The first issue in

As state expands On My Way Pre-K, challenges remain in reaching more Hoosier children As Hoosier families prepare to send their children to state-funded

$72,500 awarded to 14 early education programs across the state Recognizing early childhood programs for their innovative efforts to engage families of young children,

Spotlight on Child Care Answers Child Care Answers (CCA) became part of Early Learning Indiana in 1985. At first, it provided training and support

For Immediate Release: June 7, 2017 Early Learning Indiana President and CEO Ted Maple released the following statement this afternoon in response to the

Released at 2nd annual statewide early learning and economic development summit For Immediate Release: June 7, 2017 Today, Early Learning Indiana released a new

Celebrating & Elevating Early Learning Professionals To change children’s lives, we have to start with early childhood professionals. The early childhood education field is

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For Immediate Release: June 1, 2017 As a part of its mission to increase early educational opportunities across the state, today Early Learning Indiana

“I had a dream the other night that every volunteer in this land had set sail for another country.” So begins Erma Bombeck’s piece,

by Ted Maple, Ph.D., President and CEO Thousands of young children will have access to pre-K this year thanks to clear demonstration of the need

In-classroom coaching implemented to elevate quality in our centers. Recent research is challenging the traditional notion of teacher professional development. Instead of teachers attending

For Immediate Release: April 24, 2017 By Ted Maple, Ph.D., President and CEO, Early Learning Indiana Last fall, a new four-year-old student enrolled in

For Immediate Release: April 22, 2017 Continue push for early education access plus quality implementation Today, Early Learning Indiana President and CEO Ted Maple

For Immediate Release: April 19, 2017 Today, Early Learning Indiana announced that it has been awarded a $90,000 from Kroger Co. to implement new

Perfected Child Care Ministry has been operating for 12 years, but in the last 12 months it has really changed – renovated basement, fresh

As the Indiana General Assembly continues to debate expanding pre-k, we have earned the support of 150 Hoosier businesses, associations, community organizations and elected

PNC Bank and Early Learning Indiana launch free Bloom Bright service for parents Hoosier parents now have a new tool to help their children

by Kent Mitchell, Vice President of Outreach and Partnerships, Early Learning Indiana ELAC provides key insights into how Hoosiers can grow early opportunities. We all

by Ted Maple, Ph.D., President and CEO, Early Learning Indiana Hoosiers want pre-K in Indiana. And they want our state to invest. Last year,

A quick look at how high quality pre-K improves the lives of Hoosier families and communities.

Early this morning, Ted Maple, President and CEO of Early Learning Indiana, responded to Governor Holcomb’s recent announcement regarding pre-k funding in the 2017

Early Learning Indiana Invests $418,000 to Educate 300 More Infants, Toddlers & Preschoolers On December 14, Early Learning Indiana announced that seven programs will receive

See polling information on how Hoosiers feel about early education.

by Ted Maple, Ph.D., President and CEO In the age of iPads and on-demand TV, books are still important. It is stating the obvious

Do you like fashion and shopping? Fancy lunches? Supporting a good cause? Then join us for this year’s Day Nursery Auxiliary Luncheon and Style Show!

Thanks to the Finish Line Youth Foundation, Lilly Endowment’s Summer Youth Program Fund and the 2016 Susan Williams CHAMPS grant awarded by the Indiana

Read our strategic plan for bringing high quality pre-K to more Hoosier children.

On June 7, more than 500 Hoosier business, civic, early childhood, education and political leaders came together at Muncie’s Horizon Convention Center, brought together

Written by Amanda McCabe, Eli Lilly and Company, ELI Volunteer Through the Connecting Hearts at Home program, a group from Eli Lilly’s Customer Experience

At the three child care centers participating in Early Learning Indiana’s Early Head Start partnership, children and families are getting more than a high-quality

Grant Will Establish Early Education Centers of Excellence in Indianapolis INDIANAPOLIS – Early Learning Indiana, Indianapolis’ largest and longest-standing early care and education provider,

by Ted Maple, President & CEO After many years of leadership at the Indiana Office of Early Childhood and Out of School Learning, Melanie

Thank you to everyone who showed their support for Early Learning Indiana on Giving Tuesday! Whether you made a gift to our Tuition Assistance Program,

Did you know that just by shopping online, you can support Early Learning Indiana?  As Cyber Monday approaches, be sure your Amazon account is

Kathy Klatte was a well-loved staff member who passed away in 2009. Kathy was a part of our organization for 24 years as a

AmeriCorps members begin year-long effort in three Indiana cities to strengthen ties between families and teachers INDIANAPOLIS – Recognizing that families are a child’s

Another Summer Institute is in the books! Once a year, all 200+ teachers come together for a day of training put on by Day

Partnership for Early Learners Campaign Aims to Improve Quality and Capacity for Indiana’s Children INDIANAPOLIS – Early Learning Indiana launched a new, five-year plan

Over 100,000 young Hoosier children  birth to age 5 spend their days outside of their homes — in schools, centers, ministries or homes. Many

We adults often think that the best way to build character in a young person is by occasionally exposing him or her to some

“Indy (Hearts) Pre-K,” stated the t-shirts upon throngs of people packed into the Indianapolis City-County Council meeting room on March 2. On that evening,

by Ted Maple, President and CEO of Early Learning Indiana Over 100 years ago when Day Nursery (now Early Learning Indiana) began to serve

Early Learning Indiana is partnering with Indiana’s Office of Early Childhood and Out-of-School Learning to offer capacity building grants to early learning providers participating

In this month’s State of the Union, President Obama pushed for increased financial support to make child care more affordable for parents. We know

After 115 years of serving the children and families of central Indiana with high-quality child care and preschool, Day Nursery Association has changed its

In October 2014, Lilly Endowment Inc. awarded a $22.5 million grant to boost early childhood education statewide–including $20 million directly to Early Learning Indiana. The

Thanks for visiting the new Early Learning Indiana website. We believe early childhood education is one of the most important issues facing Hoosiers in

Thank you to the Season for Sharing, a fund of The Indianapolis Foundation, for providing $10,000 toward the Day Nursery Tuition Assistance Program. In 2012,

We had so much fun last year, we’re going to do it again! Team Day Nursery will be competing again next month in the

Thank you to Indiana Members Foundation – Joan Wolfe Legacy Grant for your support of Day Nursery’s Tuition Assistance Program.   In 2012, our

  Since 1998, Carolyn Dederer has dynamically led the Day Nursery Association of Indianapolis. Carolyn will be retiring August 2, 2013 and we wish

It’s Thankful Thursday!  Thank you to PNC – Grow Up Great for supporting Arts for Learning programming and workshops in all seven Day Nursery

Today we feature a guest post by Day Nursery Preschool Specialist Matt Miller who is the lead teacher in the Preschool 2 room at

Download this flyer by clicking on the link and help spread the word about this amazing program for Marion County youth. Summer Servings food

This Thankful Thursday we want to thank our Leap into Art committee who helped to raise the necessary funds to provide year round Arts for

The Hand Holders A Tribute to Childcare Providers There is no job more important than ours, no job anywhere else in the land. We

Even before she realized that May is National Bike Month, Day Nursery Ft. Harrison Assistant Director Jessica Stewart and her two-year old daughter Ava

Day Nursery Federal Center teacher Nina Woodbury is known for going the extra mile to present a hands-on learning opportunity for the two-year olds

Each April, child care providers across the country rally together to ask the community to celebrate the young child and recognize high quality early

Six of our staff members,  Marsha Lindsey (Chief Operating Officer), Shannon Garrity (Ruth A. Lilly Center Director), Sara McHenry (Lilly Center teacher), Jeannette Wrightsman (Lilly

Thanks to Day Nursery IU Health Center parent volunteers as well as Day Nursery Auxiliary members for their help Friday with the MDA Hop

The Day Nursery downtown Federal Center and our Start Smart 4 Children center at Ft. Harrison will be closed Monday, February 18 in observance

From the preschoolers down to the toddlers, over 50 students at the Day Nursery Federal Center in downtown Indianapolis participated today in the “Great

All Day Nursery Centers will open on their regular schedule on Thursday,  December 27, 2012.

As of 11:00 am this morning, three of our centers remain open because they still have children whose families  still need care.  The centers

As of 11:00 pm 12/25/12…All Day Nursery centers are scheduled to be open at their regular time on Wednesday, December 26. If you would

All Day Nursery Indianapolis early care and education centers will open as scheduled today, Friday December 21. Please drive carefully.

The Day Nursery Association of Indianapolis held its Annual Meeting October 23, 2012 at the Tabernacle Presbyterian Church on Central Avenue.  During the first half

About 250 Day Nursery preschoolers are participating in the Booth Tarkington Civic Theatre‘s Backstage Pass program, compliments of PNC Bank’s Grow Up Great Initiative.

Today’s post was submitted by Day Nursery Federal Center Director Sarah Parks Day Nursery Federal Center staff gathered Friday night to celebrate Amanda Childress,

Preschoolers from Ms. Tracy Wickware’s class at Day Nursery Start Smart 4 Children at Ft. Harrison climbed aboard the Red Cross Bookmobile on Thursday

Members of the Day Nursery Association and Day Nursery Auxiliary boards gathered early Saturday morning to help build garden boxes on the preschool playground

Ms. Kesha’s Preschool 1 classroom at the Day Nursery Federal Center has been learning about the US Mail this week.  They wrote letters to

The March of Dimes annual event March for Babies walk is Saturday, May 12 at White River State Park Celebration Plaza. Registration will begin

It’s “Feel Good Friday” so I’d like to share with you a nice thing that happened at one of our centers this week. Keep Indianapolis

The Week of the Young Child is coming April 22-28, 2012! This week long awareness campaign sponsored by the National Association for the Education

In anticipation of April showers, the support is raining on Day Nursery and we are so grateful! Thank you to the Indianapolis Foundation, a

Today’s guest post is from Sarah Ferguson, Day Nursery Director of Development Greetings from the Day Nursery Development department! Spring is here! We want

This morning at 10:15 we had a statewide tornado drill.  School children all over Indiana filed into hallways, bathrooms and interior rooms to practice

In case you were wondering….only our Federal  Center downtown and our Ft. Harrison Start Smart 4 Children Center will be closed today in observance

Please join us in welcoming Sarah Ferguson to the Day Nursery Association senior management staff.  Sarah started Monday as our Director of Development taking

Yesterday we opened a new classroom for one year olds at the Day Nursery Ruth A. Lilly Center, 3522 N. Central Avenue.  We had

‘Twas the week before Christmas and the elves at the PNC Financial Services Group  were busy collecting items to fill gift bags for Day

Day Nursery Ruth A. Lilly Center preschoolers learned about the menorah and Hanukkah from teacher Marti Gough during their morning circle time yesterday.  The eight-day Jewish holiday, also

No matter what time of day you drop into the Day Nursery Ruth A. Lilly Center classroom of Sally Coombs, you will find her

It’s beginning to look like winter inside the Day Nursery Federal Center, 575 N. Pennsylvania Street, Indianapolis,  just in time for the snow predicted

This afternoon  from 4:00-5:30 p.m., Day Nursery will host volunteers from Junior League of Indianapolis at  our Ft. Harrison and Northwest locations. The volunteers

We hope to see you this Friday, October 7 at the Oak Hill Mansion in Carmel for the Day Nursery Auxiliary’s annual Luncheon and Style

Are you passionate about serving your community and interested in participating in a significant way? Then Get on Board is for you!  Interact with

Three centers down and 4 to go!  The Day Nursery center calendars are always busy in the fall and one of the most important

Teachers and students at the Day Nursery Hendricks County Early Care and Education Center in Avon got a chance to get silly Friday on Crazy

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qug6RCalLM&feature=mfu_in_order&list=UL]It is back to school time and Day Nursery is currently enrolling for preschool age children (3-6 years) at all of our centers.   To

The Big Pink Bus and the Latch On America crew are on to Ohio today after spending yesterday morning with us at the Day Nursery

Indianapolis selected as one of 30 cities on a 45 day, cross-country tour to support, empower, and connect the breastfeeding community.  Day Nursery IU

Katherine L. “Betsy” Scheuring passed away on April 19, 2011. Betsy was a life member of the Day Nursery Auxiliary and was our most senior

Children and staff at the Day Nursery Federal Center, downtown Indianapolis joined Indiana residents yesterday morning in a statewide earthquake preparedness drill called the

Parents–Child Care Answers, a community outreach program of Day Nursery, wants to hear from you! Come share your child care story and learn about

    Projects from all seven Day Nursery centers will be featured this week in a very short running show at the Indianapolis Artsgarden, downtown

Prevent Child Abuse Indiana claimed today, April 1st, as “No Bullying Day…No Fooling!”  Preschool students from the Day Nursery Indiana State Government Center took