"Train a child in the
way he should go
and when he is old,
he will not turn from it."


Proverbs 22:6

Our Mission

Teays Valley Child Development Center is dedicated to serving the community by providing care, protection and educationally stimulating experiences for young children in a Christian atmosphere.
In an age where Christian values are not always emphasized, we work with parents to provide a firm moral foundation that will carry our children into their adult years. A Christian atmosphere, excellent preschool curriculum and a loving staff all work together to make Teays Valley Child Development Center a special experience for you and your child.
Operating since 1974, we are the oldest child care facility in Putnam County. We are licensed by the West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources. We participate in government assistance programs, including the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP).
Located conveniently off I-64 in Scott Depot, our staff are ready to assist you in caring for your infant, preschool or school age children.
Teays Valley Child Development Center is an outreach of Bridge Church and serves the community by providing care and protection to young children, supplementary to their home care, and to provide educationally stimulating experiences in a Christian atmosphere. Such care includes nutritious meals and the provision of a wide range of learning experiences in an enriched learning environment under the supervision of a professionally trained staff.

Admittance Policy

Teays Valley Child Development Center to accepts children without regard to race, color, creed, religion, sex, national origin, handicaps, age or marital status of parents. There is no distinction in eligibility for admission or in the provision of services. All facilities, programs and activities of the center are provided without discrimination. (See our admission information.)


Teays Valley Child Development Center is at 6442 Teays Valley Road in Scott Depot, WV. We are conveniently located just off I-64 at the new Route 35 exit.