New day care in Duluth putting dent in regional childcare shortage

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DULUTH, MN —  The daycare shortage in Duluth has been alleviated to some degree thanks to Jefferson Square.

The facility features amenities for infants, all the way up to pre-school age children.

There’s indoor and outdoor playground equipment for the winter and summer months.

The CEO of the facility says there is still plenty of room to bring your children.

“We have infant openings, toddler openings, and pre-school openings,” says University Nursery School CEO Kathy Das. “So we hope it does help. This is a beautiful facility here. So we really think we’re helping the community. We are a non-profit agency, and.. we’ve been around for nearly 50 years serving Duluth.”

University Nursery School now has four locations in Duluth, but officials say this new facility is by far the largest.

Billy Wagness

Billy Wagness

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