Student Life Home | Student Life | Campus Services | Child Care Child Care Are you in need of child care? Child care is not available as part of the Beatrice Campus services, but Blue Valley Community Action offers a "0-5 Head Start Preschool program". The Head-Start program is located in Adams Hall room 414 on the SCC campus. Their address is 5109 W. Scott Road. The program is income-based but there are some exceptional circumstances which can be considered. Interested persons should call 402-223-6035 or 402-223-6056. The Lincoln campus houses a Child Development Center and provides SCC-Lincoln students with priority status for developmental child care. A professional staff provides care and education for the center's children. Since children are enrolled on a first-come, first-served basis according to age groups, early contact is advised. Services are available for children aged six weeks to kindergarten. The Center offers full-time and part-time options. The U.S. Department of Education CCAMPIS grant provides a limited number of scholarships for eligible students for the following child care services. Childcare Assistance for children 6 weeks-5 years. The CDC offers a structured daily schedule with developmentally appropriate activities, along with a preschool program. Children are served breakfast, lunch, and a snack. The CDC has an outdoor classroom to allow children to experience nature through gardening and other activities. Adventure Mini-Camps for children Post K-11 years of age. These are held during the school year (fall-spring) only on days when Lincoln Public Schools is not in session and SCC is in session. Theme-related activities and games all day. Summer Camp for children 6-11 years of age. This is held when LPS is out of school for the summer the CDC offers Summer Camp, which is a weekly themed camp with activities, games, and field trips. Child care is not available as part of the Milford Campus services but the Student Services office will provide information for those needing day care services so they may locate services available in the community.