The Marvin Children's Center

The Marvin Children's Center is a full-day, full-year program serving 40 three- and four-year-old children. The program, managed by Bright Horizons Family Solutions, offers affordable childcare that prepares children for entrance into kindergarten.

Bright Horizons Family Solutions recognizes the unique strengths of each child and uses those strengths to meet high expectations. The curriculum, based on The World at Their Fingertips Program for Learning creates developmental, cultural, and individually appropriate learning environments in which each child discovers what the world is like, how it works, what she or he is capable of, and her or his place in it. We are committed to helping children develop the information-gathering and problem-solving tools to succeed in school.

The curriculum is tailored to the individual needs of each child and incorporates an appreciation of the resource available and the synergies that can result from involving the senior residents. The Marvin Children's Center is nationally accredited by NAEYC.

The center is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 - 6:00.
Phone: 203-854-6781

The Marvin Children's Center is funded by the State of Connecticut's School Readiness and Child Day Care Grant. Under One Roof, Inc is the owner and sponsor of The Marvin Children's Center and has selected Bright Horizons Family Solutions, the nation's leading provider of employer-sponsored childcare and early education, to manage the program.

Fact Sheet and Fees

Under One Roof/The Marvin

60 Gregory Boulevard
Norwalk, CT 06855

  • The Marvin for Seniors:
    203-854-4660
  • The Marvin Children's Center:
    203-854-6781

themarvin@underoneroofinc.org

A National Model.

The Marvin is a national model for providing affordable housing and services for seniors, a nationally accredited child care program and a unique intergenerational program.

Our Board of Directors and staff have unanimously adopted and supported the national "Quality First" initiative sponsored by LeadingAge. Through this covenant LeadingAge members publicly embrace responsibility for assuring that the people they serve receive high-quality care and services.