The Child Development Department of Clovis Unified School District provides programs that offer academic enrichment and childcare for those who are in need of these specialized services. Child Development Department programs include:

  • Campus Club: A year-round fee-based before and after school enrichment and child care program for grades K-6 offered at most District elementary school sites. For additional information regarding Campus Club programs, contact 559-327-9160.
  • Preschool Enrichment Program: An early enrichment, kindergarten readiness program for 4 year old children of fee-based or income-eligible families. For additional Preschool information, contact 559-327-9180.
  • The District’s Youth Parent Program is facilitated through the CUSD Child Development Department. Youth Parent child care centers are located at Gateway and Clovis high schools and serve all of the District’s
    pregnant/parenting teens. For additional information regarding the District’s Youth Parent Program, contact 559-327-9186.j0232065

Child Development programs exist for the purpose of serving the District’s mission of promoting, nurturing, supporting, and enhancing all areas of a child’s development. The department

continually seeks way to accommodate the unique needs of the diverse populations served within CUSD, as well as serve as a bridge between home and school. Activities provide a balance of educational, social, and recreational opportunities that are specifically designed for the children attending. Our programs’ environments and activities are conducive to children learning in a fun, safe, and meaningful way. The Child Development Department is located in the District Services Building at 1735 David E. Cook Way, Clovis, CA.


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