Imagination Station Early Learning Center

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Going The Distance

IMS Distance Learning

Dear Families, 

We all know that K-12 education looks and feels different, and has been a challenge for everyone. We here at Imagination Station will be offering distance learning and full time daycare to assist families during this difficult time.

Our classrooms will have lower ratios and a teacher to assist them throughout the day as students will be required to bring their own Chromebook, laptop, iPad, face mask, headphones, etc, to complete their required distance learning work. We will have a full day schedule for 
e-learning, outside activities, activities, snacks and meals.

We are enrolling students now! Register your child today to save your seat. If you have questions, please feel free to call or email the center you want to enroll.

What we are offering:

  • Health & Safety - Temperature checks throughout the day; all school-age children grades K-8 require mask.

  • Convenience & Availability - Wifi accessible and offering 24 hrs. 7 days a week childcare/aftercare.

  • Flexibility & Transportation - Full day childcare (6wks-12yrs old), before/after school programs, and home & school transportation.

IMS History

Imagination Station Early Learning Center 

is a 24 hours 7 days a week child care center with a strong commitment to Early Childhood Education and quality care. Imagination Station Early Learning Center at Boulder opened for business in Las Vegas, Nevada in 2015. The Sunset location opened in 2017, and the Palace location in 2018. We serve local families with a need for daytime, overnight, weekend, or drop-in child care. We care for infants from 6 weeks of age, toddlers, preschoolers, and school-age children through age 12. The Imagination Station Early Learning Center brand originated as a sole proprietorship in Cleveland, Ohio in 2001. The business relocated to Lexington, Kentucky in 2007. This is where the model of 24/7 child care and education originated, supporting families within the community by offering flexibility. The facility was an immediate success and quickly expanded to a total of four locations in the area serving more than 5,000 children. LeTaniya Warren turned her attention to the Las Vegas market, and now here we are serving you 24/7!

IMS Mission

At the heart of Imagination Station Early Learning Center is a commitment to provide worldwide quality childcare and education, which exists to provide children a safe and nurturing environment. Imagination Station Early Learning Center believes that a quality atmosphere should address all childcare requirements while also providing age appropriate programs. These programs will prepare children for future optimum learning, as well as to provide the children of Imagination Station Early Learning Center an educational environment. We believe in the value of human diversity and are proud to service the diverse demographic of Clark County. The children will not only serve the world around them, but they will be afforded the opportunity to contribute toward their future by using learned today.

IMS Vision 

Imagination Station Early Learning Center believes that the mission will be carried out by creating a safe environment that is academically superior. Imagination Station Early Learning Center is a 24 hour, 7 days a week learning center within the greater Nevada, Las Vegas area, and continues to be a model for future centers nationwide. In selecting an advanced staff, Imagination Station Early Learning Center has no doubt that the future will bring several meritorious awards, as well as various accreditations for highly developed programs.

Urban League is accepted at Imagination Station Early Learning Center

The LVUL Early Childhood Connection's mission is to provide access to quality child care and resources for self-sufficiency.

Child and Adult Care Food Program 

In accordance with Federal Civil Rights Law and U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) civil rights regulations and policies, the USDA, its Agencies, offices, and employees, and institutions participating in or administering USDA programs are prohibited from discriminating based on race, color, national origin, sex, disability, age, or reprisal or retaliation for prior civil rights activity in any program or activity conducted or funded by USDA.

QRIS National Learning Network

Quality Rating and Improvement System (QRIS) National Learning Network was formed by a coalition of states and organizations. The network is united in the desire to use rating and improvement strategies to elevate the quality of care in state early care and education systems and to support and improve children's development. We provide information, learning opportunities and direct technical assistance to states that have a QRIS or that are interested in developing one.