FLC's Mission "To work in partnership with the community as a non-denominational, not-for-profit organization to serve children and families in the Eagle River Valley of Eagle County, Colorado. We provide affordable, quality early childhood learning programs and child care, using developmentally appropriate practices in a safe, healthy and nurturing environment."
Who We Are
The Family Learning Center (FLC) opened it's doors in 1998 and in 2000, became a not-for-profit organization.
FLC provides quality year rounds early education programs for up to one-hundred and twenty-five children, ages eight weeks to six years. In addition to serving tuition-based children and being the largest CCAP provider in Eagle County, The Family Learning Center works in partnership with Eagle County School District and the Eagle County Department of Health and Human services to ensure its programs are affordable and available to the working families of Eagle County.
Early childhood programs set children up for success entering kindergarten and the Family Learning Center is proud to provide such a vital service to the community. FLC also strives to bring together children from all backgrounds to share the benefits of an early educational foundation and establish a strong Eagle County Community
The FLC is managed by Executive Director Michael Fox, Site Director Lindsey Simmonds, and The Board of Trustees