1702 N. Main St.
Davenport, IA

Child Care Needs

Quality child care is an issue that impacts every family. Research is clear about the positive effects that quality child care experiences have on children – starting from infancy. When children have healthy, supportive environments and relationships, they are more caring, competent, and contributing citizens.

We want to support your family in choosing child care that meets your needs, and contributes to your child’s healthy development.

Early Childhood

  • Need help finding child care?  Iowa Community Child Care Resource and Referral has parent specialists ready to assist you in finding quality child care that meets the needs of your family.
  • Iowa Community Child Care Resource and Referral: A Guide to Choosing Quality Child Care – download the PDF here.
  • Iowa State University Scott County Extension and Outreach: Child Care Checklist for Parents – download the PDF here.
  • Early childhood learning programs are offered at the Davenport Community Schools’ Children’s Village programs – visit the web page here.
  • In addition to our four full-day Children’s Village locations, Davenport Community Schools manages sites that offer a 2-hour program for 4-year-olds under Iowa Statewide Voluntary Preschool Program for Four-Year-Olds. To learn more, visit this web page. We also partner with schools and organizations under Iowa’s program for four-year-olds. To learn more about our partner sites, visit this web page.
  • If you have a child that is not yet old enough for kindergarten, please consider Head Start.  There are several Head Start locations in Scott County and an online application is available here.

School Agers: Kindergarten through Fifth Grade

No School Days

The following organizations provide care when school is not in session: