• Welcome to Noah's Ark Child Care Center!

    We are a non-profit child care center. We have children ranging from 6 weeks old to Kindergarten. In addition to providing child care services, we also have preschool programs and a full-time kindergarten program.

    Our door is always open, please feel free to stop by and see what we have to offer!

  • Noah's Ark Programs

    A typical day at Noah’s Ark offers children: unstructured free play; group times when the class meets together for discussions, songs, and stories; snack time when children, teachers and parents sit down together to socialize; and outdoor time.

    Upcoming Events

    Kindergarten Open House – Postponed

    Due to the weather, we have postponed Open House until Wednesday, February 12th from 6:30 – 7:30.

     

    Meet the Board & Add your Input!

    Wednesday, February 19, from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m.
    Noah’s Ark Childcare Center Conference Room

    Meet the parent/volunteer board that provides governance to our nonprofit childcare center and share your ideas!* We are excited to hear from YOU about how we can best support the Center and work together to ensure our teachers and students continue to learn and grow. Please RSVP to the front office.

    *All parents who have children enrolled at Noah’s are invited.

     

     

     

  • Reminders
    It’s Winter Time

    Please make sure your child has weather appropriate outerwear DAILY.  This includes hats, mittens and boots!

    Martin Luther King Jr Day

    NACCC is OPEN – no Kindergarten class

    Presidents Day

    NACCC is OPEN – no Kindergarten class

     

     

  • Our Story A Little History...

    Formerly the child care center of the Parish of St. Francis on Brown Avenue in Manchester, Noah’s Ark Child Care Center was forced into being on February 11, 2000 – starting with the City of Manchester’s purchase of the Parish property to allow for expansion of the Manchester-Boston Regional Airport. The Parish, planning to relocate to Litchfield in June of 2000, notified parents on March 22, 1999 that the Child Care Center would not be a part of that move.