Denton City County Day School mission is to support a diverse, multicultural population of pre-kindergarten children and their families in Denton County by providing quality, affordable childcare and early childhood education. Special emphasis and attention are placed on serving children from low to middle income families.
Building Bright Futures
Denton City County Day School (DCCDS) is a nonprofit preschool serving a multicultural community since 1952. Our school recognizes the uniqueness of each child and provides positive encouragement for the child's continued growth. The fundamental reason for the kind of developmentally appropriate, child-centered, experiential learning is to enable our children to think critically, work cooperatively, and solve problems creatively. Our curriculum encourages children to develop a healthy and positive self-concept through individualized instruction. Our school environment offers children hands on learning experiences for more abstract concept development and opportunities for creative learning. This allows children to make sense of what they are learning and to connect or integrate their knowledge in ways that lead to rich conceptual development.
DCCDS is committed to providing research-based curriculum and instruction that embraces developmentally appropriate early childhood education practices. Aimed at enhancing young children's cognitive, physical,social, and emotional growth. DCCDS uses a child-centered, hands-on learning activities within a safe, supportive, and nurturing environment.
The ultimate purpose of DCCDS is to ensure pre-kindergarten children's success as productive citizens, community members and creative, critical thinkers and problem-solvers in present and future academic endeavors and in real-world work life experiences.