The Mid-Shore Early Learning Center opened in 1990 as an addition to the Easton Memorial Hospital, known as the Child Development Center. For over 30 years MSELC has been dedicated to providing quality child care as well as educational enrichment for children from as young as 6 weeks old.
As of March 1, 2014 the Child Development Center was transferred to the Mid-Shore Early Learning Center, a new non-profit organization created by the parents and staff of the learning center.
By nurturing the needs of the whole child, Mid-Shore Early Learning Center (MSELC) provides outstanding early childhood care in an inclusive, enriching, and diverse environment, preparing our children for a lifetime of learning.
A community where the individual needs of the whole child are met.
For more than 30 years MSELC has been dedicated to providing quality child care as well as educational enrichment for children from as young as six weeks old.
It can be difficult to find care for the youngest children. At MSELC, child care is available for infants as young as six weeks old.
Our 6:30 am to 5:30 pm hours go beyond a regular 9 to 5 workday.
MSELC offers four classrooms to accommodate all age groups. We have a dedicated infants and toddlers classroom, a classroom just for two-year-olds, one for prekindergarten, and a large room for school-aged children.
For school-age children, the Talbot County Public School bus stops just steps from the front door of the Center. Our teachers accompany your child to the bus in the morning and escort them back to the Center in the afternoon.
There is no decision more important than finding the right child care for your child and for your peace of mind while you work. To find out more about MSELC, please contact us to meet our staff and tour our facilities.