Germantown, WI

Germantown is located in Washington County, just a short drive from Milwaukee.  Money Magazine has previously rated Germantown as the 30th most appealing place to live in the country.1 A very favored area to visit in Germantown is the Historical Society’s Dheinsville Historic Park which is the location of an original 1850s settlement.  The quaint European theme is consistent throughout the community.

Germantown residents will attend schools in the Germantown School District.  The Germantown School District vision is that they “will be the premier district in Wisconsin.”  The approach is to empower and inspire every student to be successful.  Another key focus for Germantown Schools is to continue to programs involving technology to enable learning that aligns with the changing times.

The Momentum Early Learning child care center opened in early 2016 in Germantown.  The campus is located just off of Mequon Road in Germantown.  The beautiful state of the art building is a wonderful environment in which children can learn and grow.  Unlike most other day care centers, technology is part of the Momentum curriculum through the use of iPads in the classrooms as a regular part of learning for ages three and over.  Safety practices including fingerprint technology and web cams provide parents with extra comfort knowing their children are well protected.  The teachers take pride in providing individualized goals for each child and utilizing weekly lesson plans with themes where children can thrive in their learning environment.   Tour today and learn what sets Momentum Early Learning Child Care Center apart from other providers.

 

 

References
1  Ashford, Kate; Bartz, Andrea; Cox, Jeff; Fitch, Asa; Gandel, Stephen; Hyatt, Josh; Kelley, Rob; Knight, Kathleen; et al. “Best Places to Live: Top 100”. Money Magazine. Archived from the original on 2009-08-23. Retrieved 2009-10-14.