Little Eagles Nest Learning Center

110 W. Webster Street               563-488-2242                       

Iowa Child Care Quality Rating System  - Level 2 Center

Director-Kelli Hacke

Tuition and fees are as follows: Registration Fee

$25.00 per child

(nonrefundable, due at time of enrollment)

Registration fee per child is due annually.


(Six weeks to two years)

Full-time ~ $156.00 weekly

Part-time ~ $35.00 per day

Two Year Olds

Full-time ~ $151.00 weekly

Part-time ~ $34.00 per day

Three and Four Year Olds

Full-time ~ $146.00 weekly

Part-time ~ $33.00 per day

Three Year Old Preschool

8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.

3 Days ~ $120.00 per month

5 Days ~ $150.00 per month

Children in full-time day care receive preschool at no charge.

Before and After School

Before & After School

~ $55.00 weekly

No School Days – extra fee

~Whole Day $25

~Late Start $8

~Early Out $10

School Age Summer Camp

Summer Full-time

~ $135.00 weekly + Field trip fees

Summer Part-time

~ $30.00 per day + Field trip fee


Enrollment forms can be found on the forms page. 


Childcare staff-  Little Eagles Nest Learning Center, City of Wyoming. Part time positions.  Candidates must be able to meet all state licensing requirements.   Equal Opportunity Employer.  Application form


City of Wyoming Childcare Board

Kelly Dodge

Jill Yousee

Pam Lehrman

Angie Ruley

Travis Clark-Smith


 The Little Eagles Nest will have a fundraiser September 9th at RACK's Swinging Door.  Adam Keith will play.







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This institution is an equal opportunity provider.