FLC's Mission Statement "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 by providing 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, FLC became a not-for-profit organization. As a result of the implemented Mission Statement: F LC provides Early Childhood Education ECE for up to one-hundred and twenty-five children ages eight weeks to six years and their families year-round. Forthwith, eighty-one percent of children attending FLC receive tuition fee assistance support from FLC programs provided, and sixty-eight percent of them have the additional risk factor of being a second language learner. The eighty-one percent of children attending FLC would not be able to attend without tuition assistance, leaving the children of Eagle County not exposed to an enrichment ECE classroom program environment. Henceforth, attending FLC sets children up for success to enter kindergarten. In addition, FLC teachers follow the Teaching Strategies GOLD baseline assessment program, which is a nationally recognized form of evaluation to ensure that we are providing the highest quality of care back to the future generations to enter kindergarten. FLC also strives to bring together children from all backgrounds and incomes to share the benefits of providing a early childhood educational foundation. The FLC is managed by The Board of Directors and supports the Barb Treat Foundation of Trustees.