About Us

About Decatur Day Care Center

Reliable care for your precious little ones!

Decatur Day Care Center (DDCC) stands as a testament to over 90 years of unwavering dedication to child development and education. Going beyond traditional childcare, DDCC focuses on instilling a genuine love for learning, ensuring that children flourish in curiosity, problem-solving, compassion, and social skills. Our full-time, year-round care caters to infants as young as six weeks up to children 12 years old. With a curriculum meticulously aligned with the Illinois Early Learning standards, we provide developmentally appropriate early learning experiences, setting the foundation for future success. Our mission resonates with creating a stimulating and nurturing environment, welcoming children of all abilities, irrespective of socio-economic or cultural backgrounds, to grow and learn in mutual acceptance.

Benefits of

Decatur Day Care

Decatur Day Care Center (DDCC) offers more than just childcare; it's a place where children are instilled with a love for learning, growing in curiosity, problem-solving, compassion, and social skills. With a history dating back to 1918, DDCC has evolved to provide full-time, year-round care and education for children ranging from six weeks to 12 years old.

Meet the Staff

Meet the dedicated individuals behind the magic at Decatur Day Care Center. With years of experience and a shared passion for child development, our team works tirelessly to create a nurturing and educational environment for every child. Their expertise and commitment are the pillars of our center’s longstanding reputation.

Johnathan Doe

Co-founder/CEO

Johnathan Doe

Co-founder/CEO

Johnathan Doe

Co-founder/CEO

Silver Circle of Quality

Awarded by the Excelerate of Illinois

The Silver Circle of Quality recognizes completion of a rigorous self-assessment and implementation of a continuous quality improvement process, as verified by a state-approved assessor. Silver Circle programs meet or exceed specific quality benchmarks on learning environment and instructional quality, along with selected program administrative standards; staff qualifications; and professional development. Programs must be IDCFS licensed.