The Burbank Unified School District's mission is committed to the use of all available resources to provide a quality instructional program through which all children will develop to their fullest potential. The goal of the Child Development Program is to provide each child with the best opportunities for intellectual, social, emotional and physical development through age appropriate activities. The programs recognize individual differences of ability, language and culture and utilize learning activities to ensure success and achievement in the education of all the children.
Around the Bell (ATB) - Before and After school Child Care at all 11 BUSD elementary schools
State funded child care programs at Bret Harte Elementary School and Washington Elementary School
Horace Mann Children Center - infant through preschool age
Stephanie Fields, Coordinator of Child Development Programs
With the help of funding from the State of California, Burbank Unified School District is able to offer child care options at two of our Children's Centers. Please click on the "State Subsidized" tab on the left column of this page for more information about these programs. They are designed to serve only qualifying/eligible low-income families.
MONTEREY INFANT CENTER
Monterey Infant Center is located on the campus of Monterey High School at 1915 Monterey Avenue.
Hours of operation: 7:00 am.-6:00 pm.
First priorty is given to low income families that meet the states income and need requirements. All families interested in subsidized infant care must complete a waitlist eligibility packet and provide income information.
For families that do not qualify for subsidized child care and you would like to be added to the fee-based waitlist please contact the child development office.
The weekly Fee of $425.00 (for families that are not eligible for subsidized care).
For more information about the waitlist procedures please click on the link below or contact the Child Development Office 818-729-4424.