Infant, toddler, preschool & afterschool programs:

Hours:

Monday - Friday
5:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Ages:

6 weeks - 12 years

Features:

  • Electronic keypad entry
  • NC 3-Star school

Tuition:

Tuition varies by classroom and program. For current classroom availability and tuition information, please contact us!

School Transportation:

  • Lake Rim Elementary School
  • EE Miller Elementary School
  • Bill Hefner Elementary School

Meet the Director, Brenda Delauter

Brenda Delauter is the Center Director of The Sunshine House on Hopper Road in Fayetteville and has more than 25 years of child care experience.

Prior to working with The Sunshine House, she worked in Germany for Child Development Services on base as a preschool teacher for three years. When she moved to Fayetteville in 1994, she became the director of Kidd’s Day care and Preschool which later became The Sunshine House in 2005.

She continued with The Sunshine House until 2010. She left for a short period from 2010-2013 to grow in her faith and to work as a director for a Christian academy. She missed what The Sunshine House had to offer and returned in 2013 to continue her career as a Center Director for The Sunshine House.

Brenda has and Associate Degree in accounting and a multitude of early childhood credentials and certificates from Fayetteville Technical Community College, including: Early Childhood Administration Credentials, Early Childhood Administration Certificate, Early Childhood Credentials, Early Childhood Development Certificate, Early Childhood Professional Certificate and School Age Development Credentials.

Brenda is married and has two children and two grandchildren. She enjoys crafting and spending time with family and friends.

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Questions? Send an Email  center147@sshouse.com

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  • My twin boys, Eli and Joey, attend the Sunshine House on Hopper Rd. When they walk into the Sunshine House they are greeted lovingly by all of the staff. I can tell that this is not a "show" put on for me! My normally cautious boys will easily walk up to the staff, climb into their lap and hug them. It is very comforting to know that we can go to work and not have to worry if our children are safe, loved, and developing while they are in the care of someone else.

    -Jennifer Brooks

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