As a parent, we know safety is of utmost importance to you. You can rest assured that our facility will provide top care and safety for your child.

Security and Entrance To Facility

Valley Kids Learning Center is committed to creating a safe, comfortable and enjoyable childcare environment for children and families in the Kalamazoo area. In an effort to provide enhanced safety, the secure entrance doors only allow for authorized access to our facility.

Visitor Precautions

Valley Kids Learning Center considers a visitor to be anyone that our staff is not familiar with. As is required by state law, all visitors must present a valid form of ID. This will include non-enrolled families, vendors, and anyone authorized for pick-up. Visitors will have to be granted access into the building by our staff and will check in with either the Director or VKLC staff upon entering the building. At pick-up time, children will be released only to the parent or authorized persons specified on your registration form. You must inform the Program Director if anyone other than the previously designated person will be picking your child up. If a non-custodial parent is not to pick up a child, we must have a court document stating visitation times.


Between work and daily routines it's easy to feel like you're missing out on what's going on with your children. KidsVision provides you with a way to connect with them! You won't miss those little moments, the day-to-day activities, or the relationships they're building. With KidsVision webcams installed at your child's childcare provider, you can watch live video of your child from any computer or mobile device. From work, home, or traveling you can stay connected with your family.

Meals and Activity Tracker

As a parent, you can access updates to see what your child ate and the activities your child was involved in on a daily basis.

Emergency Readiness

In compliance with childcare state regulations, Valley Kids Learning Center will conduct quarterly fire drills and two tornado drills between the months of April through October.  All staff members are trained at least twice a year on their duties and responsibilities for all emergency procedures including: fire, tornado, natural or man-made disasters, serious accidents or injuries, and crisis situations.




"Those who live in the shelter of the Most High will find rest in the shadow of the Almighty.” Psalm 91:1