Call your local elementary school, social service agencies, and churches and ask for the names of programs in your area. Also ask about Head Start, Pre-K, and subsidized care. Check with those programs to find out what their rates are, and ask what license they have, what kinds of credentials their teachers have, and what kind of schedule the children follow. The ideal schedule allows for both structured and unstructured activities. Observe a class in progress, and once you have chosen a program, try to volunteer some time in the classroom so you can see for yourself what your child is experiencing.
I lived in Hope Mills for three years. My son attended Breezewood Academy (my son did not do well there but many parents were very happy with the daycare facility) and I know that Fayetteville Christian has a great daycare operation going now but I believe they are moving to a new campus. I have several friends still living in Hope Mills so let me know if you would like me to find out. I hope this helps!
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