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The HutchCC Child Care Center

The HCC Child Care Center, located on HCC campus is dedicated to promoting a healthy self image and to developing social skills through interaction with others, enhancing language development and self expression through communication, strengthening motor skills and encouraging cognitive development through a variety of "learning by doing" activities while continuing to grow at each child's own developmental level. Our Center is designed to be a teaching lab for college students enrolled in the Early Childhood Education Program.


  • Promote a healthy self image
  • Develop social skills through interaction with others
  • Enhance language development and self-expression
  • Strengthen large and small motor skill ability
  • Encourage cognitive development through a variety of "learning by doing" activities
  • Nurture growth at each child's own developmental level


  • To provide young children educational opportunities to explore and learn developmentally in a quality child care center setting.
  • To give families the opportunities to understand the developmental needs and interests of their children.
  • To provide students in the HCC Early Childhood Education Program the opportunity for observation and direct experience with children.

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