SIOUX FALLS, SD -
Each morning before heading to work, many parents drop their little students off at day care and as KELOLAND grows each year, the need for day cares grow with it.
"There is definitely a need for day cares in every area of Sioux Falls," owner and director of First Adventure Learning Center Jessie Holte said.
Just a week ago, Holte opened up a brand new learning center at 95th Street and Louise Avenue. Only one week in, Holte says parents are interested and that is a good thing for business.
"We started with 32 kids and we have kids enrolled every week into the spring. So, we anticipate filling up very fast and we are very excited about the new location," Holte said.
With small class sizes and a clean learning environment, the First Adventure staff says they are excited to begin teaching in the new structured day care center.
"There are more things you can do; there is more interaction with other kids, other ages," infant room teacher Brittany Hutt said. "I think it is really exciting to be a part of something that is brand new."
With a good staff and a great place to learn, the newest First Adventure Learning Center expects to reach capacity very soon.
"We have people calling everyday and coming in everyday for tours. We feel great that we can offer great day care and preschool for people and [let] them have a place where they can bring their kids," Holte said.
The First Adventure Learning Center North located at Benson Road and I-29 is full and has a waiting list. The pre-k program has a waiting list until next fall.
For more information on the First Adventure Learning Center visit its website.
© 2013 KELOLAND TV. All Rights Reserved.