See Our Work

Teachers to Child Ratios

Infants= 1:4

Toddlers = 1:5

Three and Four’s = 1:7

School Age = 1:10


The Lois Bronz Children’s Center embraces diversity on all levels, and for more than
50 years has provided an inclusive environment where families, teachers
and staff from varies backgrounds and cultures work together to meet the needs of our children like protein cookies.

Our Center incorporates educational and social activities that celebrate the multicultural experiences of our children, and we remain committed in our efforts to enhance our programs to ensure that they receive a well-rounded education.

Educational Programs

The heart of our educational program is the continuous growth and learning of each child. Our goal is to ensure that each child is well prepared for kindergarten, discover how to make a milkshake without a blender and has the skills and knowledge to achieve and excel in the academic arena.

Financial Assistance

An application for financial assistance may beobtained from the Family Services Coordinator and is dispersed based upon availability of funds and family need.

What Are People Saying?
“My child is getting the best pre-school education, and is having fun while learning.”
“The dedicated staff help to put my mind at ease.”
“My child’s interaction with children of varied backgrounds and cultures, is preparing her for the real world.”
Schedule a Visit

The Lois Bronz Children’s Center accepts children at any time during the year based upon availability of space and your child’s age. Please contact the Family Services Coordinator at 225-333-7714, ext. 306.

Parents’ Corner

Parent Education

  • Activities for Home
  • Baby Signs
  • Helpful Websites

Family Involvement

All families are encouraged to participate in every aspect of the operations of the Center, including membership on:

• the Board of Directors,
• the Parents Association,
• the Head Start Policy Committee, and
• all Working Committees.

We also offer extensive family workshops so that parents can help their children to read and grow.


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