Welcome to St.Paul Early Learning Center
The St. Paul Early Learning Center is a church-based center that came about after listening to the needs of the Church community. What better way to give back to the community by investing in our youngest members of the community, a program dedicated to providing quality child care and preschool for kids, ages 6 weeks to 5 years old.
At St. Paul Early Learning Center we encourage children to become lifelong learners with positive academic attitudes. At St. Paul ELC each child will develop his or her own unique gifts, experience the joy of learning, and grow in understanding and practice of respect for the dignity of every human being. While at St. Paul Early Learning Center children will have an opportunity to participate in a faith-based and developmentally appropriate learning environment.
We are a licensed, Type I facility
Center Mission Statement
The mission of St. Paul Early Learning Center is to provide whole child development in a Christian environment. Our core values are kindness, equity, and devotion to putting the needs of children first. We will pursue this mission through a superior staff that works closely with parents and caregivers in a safe, secure setting where children can thrive in all senses of that word.
2021 Tara Blvd, Baton Rouge, LA 70806, USA (225) 960-1264
Holly BilboCenter Director
Holly has been in the Early Childhood field for roughly 18 years. She has served as an Early Childhood Teacher, Assistant Director, kindergarten teacher at Our Lady Of Mercy, as well as teaching in the East Baton Rouge Parish school system. Holly and her husband are both Louisiana natives. They currently reside in Baton Rouge with their three children. Holly supports St. Paul Early Learning Center in the capacity of Center Director. Holly is committed to overseeing the daily operation and emotional wellbeing of the children in the community.
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ArticlesSome recent articles from around the web
How much water do children need?
At around 6 months, babies can be introduced to water. They only need about 4-8 ounces per day until they are a year
Safety for Your Child: Birth to 6 Months
Did you know that hundreds of children younger than 1 year die every year in the United States because of injuries — most of which could be prevented?
Baby bath time. Tips to being safe in the bath
Bathing is part of our daily routine. It’s not uncommon for us to forget to take proper precautions while in the bathroom. January is National Bath Safety Month, making it the perfect time to do what is needed to minimize the risk of injury and drowning in the bath.
Why is there a children’s Tylenol shortage? Here’s what parents can do.
Most parents choose to vaccinate their children according to the recommended schedule. But some parents may still have questions about vaccines.