Now Enrolling!

Peacock Family Services is now enrolling at our C. Keith Birkenfeld Early Childhood Development Center! With space for one to five year olds, and hours of operation from 6:30am to 6:30pm, we encourage you to schedule a tour and see how Peacock can serve your family's needs!

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What Makes Us Different?

Utilizing a developmental, play-based model that integrates Montessori, Reggio-Emilio, and Academic concepts for child-centered learning, youth experience emergent, sensory-based learning, and movement, as well as nature walks with outdoor classroom time.

Our modular program times offer morning, afternoon, and all day options. We create exceptional homemade meals from scratch with fresh, organic foods served family style. We emphasize values in kindness, compassion, and shared experiences, driven by deeply committed educators who forge strong bonds with families. We celebrate diversity and provide holistic family support.

Eco-Certified

The Peacock Family Center is one of the first eco-certified child-care and early-development programs both in Washington state and nationally. Our facility was built to LEEDS specifications by EcoSmith Design and features lots of natural lighting. We exhibit our on-going commitment to a toxic-free environment, the use of sustainable classroom materials, and our natural food program every day.

Wholesome Foods

We are proud of our unique food program, where meals are prepared from scratch each day using fresh, wholesome and organic ingredients.

Cooking projects are worked into the emergent curriculum so youth learn an early love of nourishment and nutrition.

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