Pulse of Life Kids Care child care center exists to offer exceptional day care in an early childhood education environment that provides guided spiritual formation, artistic expression, physical development, social exploration, and teaching from a biblical worldview.
We value children, faith, family, community, and the integration of exceptional day care with scriptural truths. We encourage children in faith, to use their gifts and talents with God’s grace at our child care center in Vermillion.
Together, we cultivate healthy relationships among parents, staff, and children to faithfully and lovingly serve our neighbors and those entrusted in our child care center in Vermillion. We provide a safe, loving, and joyful day care space for children to learn and grow.
Normal hours of operation for the child care center are 7:30 am to 5:30 pm Monday - Friday. We are closed on major holidays. While full-time children receive admission preference to our day care, we offer some flexible scheduling options in Vermillion.
Pulse of Life Kids Care in Vermillion is a a SD licensed child care center #018043136 under the State of South Dakota Department of Social Services. Pulse of Life Kids Care is an approved day care for 22 children from 3 mo to 5 yrs old.
Pulse of Life Kids Care in Vermillion was awarded a $227,100 state child care center start up grant from the South Dakota Department of Social Services in May 2023 to bring the existing building up to current day care licensing state and local codes for fire, health, and safety.
Our full-day infant day care class provides children between the ages of 3 and 13 months with warm, nurturing care and age-appropriate social learning opportunities. As children grow and begin exploring the world around them, the class uses a play-based approach to engage young minds with a rich blend of fine and gross motor activities, tummy time, indoor and outdoor play, story and circle time, music, sensory activities, and social interactions. Our child care center teacher ratio is 5 to 1.
Our full-day 15-to 23-month-old day care class provides children with age-appropriate, social learning opportunities. The program uses our play-based approach, which engages young minds with a rich blend of music, art, play, and social interactions. Our early childhood staff develops life-enhancing skills while providing for the foundation of your child’s development. Primary teacher ratio of 5 to 1.
Our full-day 2 to 3 year old day care class provides children with age-appropriate, social learning opportunities. The program uses our play-based approach, which engages young minds with a rich blend of music, art, play, and social interactions. Our early childhood staff develops life-enhancing skills while providing for the foundation of your child’s development. Teacher ratio of 5 to 1.
Our full-day or half-day day care program in Vermillion prepares 4- and 5-year-olds for kindergarten in the way they learn best—through hands-on, play-based instruction. By building on your child’s natural curiosity, we foster cognitive, physical, social, and emotional skills through a variety of engaging activities. Teacher ratio of 5 to 1.
1330 E. Main Street, Vermillion, SD 57069
Operations Manager: Rev. Glenn S. Pulse
Director: - Dr. Angela K Jackson-Pulse
605-659-4744 call or text
The Pulse of Life Kids Care Center is located in a shared use space with Pulse of Life Church. The church with 7,500 sq. ft. of floor space on two levels sitting on one acre of land with lots of outdoor green space connected to a new playground. The building was built in 1998 and operated as a medical clinic for nearly 25 years. It was purchased in Spring 2023 as the site for a new Foursquare church and daycare that will offer unique ministries, outreach, and support services for children and families in the Vermillion area.
Notice Of Non-Discriminatory Policy As To Students
Pulse of Life Church Kids Care Center admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin, to enjoy all the rights and privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students of the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, and other school related programs.