Happy Summer to all of our ICDC families and staff! Another wonderful school year inspiring children to grow, discover and develop a love of learning.
ICDC celebrated rodeo week with the annual rodeo costume parade!
Did you know ICDC picks up students in Kindergarten through 4th grade at local schools for after school care? Please visit interfaithkids.org to register your child for this program or one of the many programs available at ICDC!
Take a tour! Schedule your virtual tour of Interfaith Child Development Center today, where children are inspired to grow, discover and develop a love of learning. Our challenging educational environment encourages and nurtures creativity, individuality and compassion. Call 281-292-3617 to schedule a tour or visit interfaithkids.org for more information.
Interfaith Child Development Center (ICDC) provides quality Early Child Care and Education Programs in a developmentally appropriate learning environment. ICDC serves the needs of the community with a variety of programs for children 18 months through 4th grade.
Register for the 2022-2023 school year! Registration for new families opens on Thursday, February 24th -8AM at www.interfaithkids.org on the Registration page. For a virtual tour of our newly renovated school or for more information, please contact (281) 292-3617 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mission: Interfaith Child Development Center inspires children to grow, discover and develop a love of learning. Our challenging educational environment encourages and nurtures creativity, individuality and compassion.
Interfaith Child Development Center visits South County Community Center to perform for Senior adults at Interfaith’s annual Thanksgiving Feast. The transition-to-kindergarten class sang songs related to Thanksgiving and being thankful.
ICDC Parents Club organized a fun event for our ICDC families. Face painting, balloon artists, a pumpkin patch, photo booth, a mini Scholastic book fair, petting zoo and food trucks made for a great night for families at the annual Fall Festival.
The Annual Parade of Costumes is always a favorite at ICDC. Children dressed up in their favorite costume and walked through the courtyard. Each class participated in the annual event at ICDC.
Classes enjoyed a special visit at ICDC today! Children learned how Interfaith Interfaith Veggie Village helps Interfaith of The Woodlands and the community. They also learned the different stages of plants and how food starts as a seed and ends at the food pantry to help our neighbors in need with fresh produce.
Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office and The Woodlands Fire Department Fire Station #6 ICDC classes with a captivating visit for Fire Safety week.
Students were eager to ask questions and learn from our town’s first responders.