Imagine Early Education and Childcare opening Missouri City location in July

Imagine Early Education and Childcare is planning to open in July. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
Imagine Early Education and Childcare is planning to open in July. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Imagine Early Education and Childcare is planning to open in July. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)

Imagine Early Education and Childcare is planning to open a location at 5320 Hwy. 6, Missouri City, in late July, according to an official with Lasco Development Corp.

Imagine offers child care services for children 6 weeks to 12 years old. Enrollment is now open.


The facility formerly housed a Children's Learning Adventure, which previously filed for bankruptcy.

Imagine has several Houston area-locations as well as locations in Austin, Oklahoma and Colorado.

833-742-4453. www.imaginechild.com
By Claire Shoop
Claire joined Community Impact Newspaper in September 2019 as the reporter for the Sugar Land/Missouri City edition. She graduated from The University of Texas at Austin in May 2019 where she studied journalism, government and Arabic. While in school, Claire was a fellow for The Texas Tribune, worked for the student newspaper, The Daily Texan, and spent a semester in Washington, D.C. She enjoys playing cards with her family and listening to the Boss, Bruce Springsteen.


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