Preschool and Child Care Center in Woodinville, WA

17590 Woodinville-Snohomish Rd
Woodinville, WA 98072

Phone: (425) 483-4030

Hours: Mon-Fri 6:00 am – 6:30 pm

Ages: 4 weeks through 12 years

Schools We Service:

Hollywood Hill

Our center is very special because of our wonderful staff and teachers, all of whom are very nurturing as well as dedicated to providing a positive and age-appropriate learning environment for your children. We provide a structured preschool program and many of our teachers have a degree in early childhood education. Most of our teachers are long-term and have been with us since we opened. We also have a really wonderful summer program for school-aged children which includes field trips and other outings for a fun and educational summer. We offer our parents the privilege of having a Night Out alone each month where they are able to leave their children at the center from 6 pm until 11 pm. The children will enjoy dinner, games, crafts, and lots of fun. The cost of the event is $30/child (siblings are an extra $10/child).

Gail Beck is the Director of the Woodinville location. She has been involved in childcare and early childhood education for most of her life. Her career with the Kid’s Country learning centers began seventeen years ago as a toddler teacher at the Canyon Park location. While working, she earned her Child Development Associate Degree and was promoted to Program Supervisor in Monroe. In this position she worked on curriculum and developing and training new staff. Gail has worked in all aspects of child care, including teaching and caring for children.

Program Supervisor
Heather Wildes, the Woodinville Program Supervisor, grew up in the Woodinville area and graduated from Woodinville High School. She has worked in the child care field since 1992 and has both an Associate Degree with an ECE major and a current CDA. Heather started out as an infant teacher in 2001 when the Woodinville center opened, kick starting her career with Kid’s Country. Heather moved up into management into 2003 when she took her current position as the Program Supervisor for Woodinville. She feels very fortunate to be part of such an amazing learning environment that provides a place for children to “love, laugh, learn, and grow.” She feels lucky to be a part of their lives and wants everyone to know that nothing is more rewarding than watching these children develop new skills and take pride in their accomplishments.