2022-2023 Registration New Families

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 icdc@woodlandsinterfaith.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. 

Heart & Soul – Teacher In Service

Teachers enjoyed two days of their own Back to School as they attended their annual in-service training. This year’s theme, Heart and Soul, featured uplifting lessons on the impact teachers have on the lives of students well beyond their years together. Interfaith President and CEO Missy Herndon welcomed the teachers and invited them to Get on the Bus this year with Interfaith’s newest Energy Bus series.

ICDC Director, Martha Klie was proud to show off the newest updates to the school and exciting upcoming goals for this newest school year!

Interfaith Child Development Center opened its doors in 1976 and we are all looking forward to a wonderful 42nd year!

 

ICDC Goes International

What a wonderful week to travel with our families and learn so much about their family traditions and culture. Thank you to all the families and students who participated and shared all about their traditions!

 

Veggie Village Field Trip

The children in the 4 & 5 year-old classes enjoyed a trip to Interfaith’s Veggie Village located at Wendtwood in Creekside. Ms. Sarah, the Interfaith Garden Coordinator, read stories and explained all about the community garden maintained by volunteers. Children were able to taste plants straight out of the garden! We love this example of how ICDC takes learning outside of the classroom with the hands-on integration of learning.

Ms. Sarah reads a gardening book to children

Children were given a chance to pick and eat different veggies from the garden