Bright Eyes Daycare & Early Learning Center is located in Sioux Falls near 77th & Minnesota Ave, in the Garden Village Association development and is just a few blocks east of Journey Elementary. Just look for "Billie" (our adorable mascot).
Since 2013, Bright Eyes has been providing the Sioux Falls area with exceptional quality child care while also preparing young minds for kindergarten through its preschool & pre-k programs.
The pandemic has opened our eyes to the important role child care and its teachers play in helping us all stay afloat. And, most importantly, the centers & their teachers helped shield against the pandemic's negative impact on growth & education for our youngest of children.
We are so grateful & proud of our teachers for their courage & effort during this pandemic! Also, thanks to ALL child care centers and in-homes for staying open and providing stability, peace of mind, & normalcy for hard working moms & dads.
Nutrition has always played a huge role in our vision. Bright Eyes provides well balanced nutritious meals and snack plans that encourages healthy eating at a young age.
Bright Eyes has partnered with local personal chef, Chef Ellen. Chef Ellen graduated in 2018 from the Auguste Escoffier School for Culinary Arts in Boulder, Colorado.
In addition to child care in Sioux Falls, Bright Eyes diverse preschool & pre-k curriculum facilitates learning through encouraging the children to be active and creative explorers. Our teachers help guide the children to achieve independence, self-confidence, enthusiasm, and inquisitiveness. We believe each child learns at their own pace through hands-on experiences, active thinking and experimentation.
After 9 years (2022), Mandy and Nate still pride themselves on being present every day in order to ensure their high standards of quality are being met and their vision uncompromised. This drive for providing quality & consistency is evident in the vow they both made prior to opening Bright Eyes, in that they would never exceed one location. In other words, their focus is and will always be "quality over quantity!"