Quality Rating and Accreditation
At Lil’ Treasures Learning Academy, you can be confident that your child is receiving the best care and education. Our passionate teachers and state approved curriculum meet the Arkansas Child Development and Early Learning Standards (CDELS) and best practices.
Lil’ Treasures Learning Academy demonstrates a commitment to quality care and education through accreditation and quality rating systems. Accreditation and quality rating systems require us to meet rigorous early childhood education standards and guidelines for high-quality care. Pursuing accreditation and quality rating is voluntary and demonstrates our ongoing commitment of meeting quality standards through excellence in education. Lil’ Treasures is a Level 3 Better Beginning rated center.
Safety & Security
At Lil’ Treasures, keeping children safe is our number one priority. We have taken all necessary precautions to ensure your child is safe at all times. Our security measures include:
- Number code entry systems
- 24 hour Monitoring system
- Check in/out computer system with fingerprint
- Staff uniforms
- Visitor/Solicitor/Tour Policy
- Secure entry and exit for facility and outdoor play areas
- 24-hour monitored fire systems
- Health Service Plan in place
- Risk Management procedures in place
Parental Involvement Opportunities
Lil’ Treasures understands parental involvement is a crucial component to the success of a child’s educational achievement. Research has proven that children are more successful learners when their parents are actively involved in their learning. To support parents as partners, we encourage families to be involved in their child’s educational process. Lil’ Treasures Learning Academy offers an open-door policy, allowing parents to visit and participate in our programs at all times, fostering a sense of openness and inclusion.
Lil’ Treasures Learning Academy’s Parent Advisory Committee allows parents to participate in the center by planning events that will benefit the overall quality of the program. The Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) seek to increase parental involvement, promote family activities, and provide a forum where parents can share their ideas and concerns. The Parent Advisory Committee also has a voice in policy development and changes in the best interest of all the children at the Center.