Infant Class

Tummy Time!
Literacy Time!





Our infant class  is designed to offer infants ages 10 weeks up to 15 months the freedom to lay, roll, sit, crawl or walk in a safe and secure environment. With a 5:1 ratio per class, our teachers are able to facilitate infants of all ages and provide individual attention as needed. Our staff is dedicated to following your desired schedule for your baby with the flexibility needed as they grow older.


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Ms. Nicole Jackson, Infant Class Teacher (10 weeks – 7 months)

Ms. Nicole is very excited to be apart of the Mid-City family. She’s been in the childcare industry for five years, with most of her experience being with infants and one-year-olds. For many of her students, this is the first introduction to a school setting. Her goal is to provide them with a fun and nurturing learning environment by working closely with each individual child to ensure he/she is reaching all developmental milestones. She comes from a healthy background of healthcare providers, including her mom, sister and three of her aunts. She was born and raised in Destrehan, LA and married her high school sweetheart and love of her life, Michael. Together they have four beautiful children: Michael Jr. (14), Maya (10), Mariah (8) and Micah (2). In her free time, Nicole loves listening to music and practically lives at the movies.

Ms. Suzy Jenner, Infant Class Teacher (7 -15 months)suzy
Ms. Suzy comes to us with years of experience both in the classroom and as a in-home nanny. She possesses an Education degree in both Early Childhood and Elementary Education. Upon completion, she relocated to Maine to complete a Masters Degree in Literacy. From there, she taught sixth grade for five years and kindergarten for nine years at Sabattus Elementary School in Sabattus, Maine. She then returned to New Orleans to teach for an additional four years before becoming a nanny. Her first babies were twin girls beginning at the age of six weeks until they were ready for Pre-School. After nannying for a few more families, she discovered how much she loved helping infants develop into toddlers.

Her goal in the infant class is to teach the babies using math, literacy, music and art to help them develop their first year skills. She wants to work with the parents and make them a welcome part of her classroom. She looks forward to making this a school that parents will feel secure about and know that their babies are growing educationally even in their first year of life.