On My Way Pre-K: This program gives low income families access to high quality preschools. Discover the many opportunities available to your child and start them off right. Click the button for more information.
United Way 2-1-1 Community Resource Hotline: A free and confidential service that helps people across Elkhart County find the local resources they need 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Click the button for more information.
Parent Program: This program meets once a month. Walnut Hill provides free services based on the feedback we get from our parents. Services include financial planning, legal guidance, parenting services, resume building / interviewing skills, and a parent discussion where parents can give the administration feedback (good or bad) on how the center has or can help their child. For more information, please email our Executive Director, Lee Wheeler at Lwheeler@walnuthillecc.org.
Eco-Friendly Products and Practices: Click the button below to see what products are least toxic for your household and for the environment.
Child Care and Development Fund (CCDF): It is a federal program that helps low-income families obtain child care so that they may work, attend training or continue their education. The purpose of CCDF is to increase the availability, affordability and quality of child care. Click the button for more information.
Conscious Discipline: Walnut Hill uses conscious discipline to increase social and emotional learning. Click the button to learn more on how you can integrate Conscious Discipline at home.
The Triple P: Positive Parenting Program's simple practical strategies have been proven to work around the world, helping parents manage everything from toddler tantrums to teenage rebellion. And, it's free for parents of children up to 16 years. Click the button for more information.
Parent Handbook: Click the button to see Walnut Hill’s Parent Handbook. This provides detailed information on the center including enrollment, tuition, curriculum and all our guidelines and policies.