Sorrento Day Care  

"Where Children Come First"              12650 SW Brockman St. Beaverton, OR 97008

Current Families:

We are offering a referral bonus! After 30 days enrollment, new enrollees will get two months of a 10% discount. If they were referred by a current enrollee, that parent will also get two months of a 10% discount! Talk to the Director for more details.

Sorrento Day Care

Sorrento Day Care opened in 1982. Over the years, we have become a solid neighborhood fixture in the Beaverton community. Our program is licensed for 97 children, from ages 3 months to 12yrs. We have InfantWobbler, Toddler, Preschool, and Pre-K Classes, as well as Before/After School Care.

All classrooms have an established educational program, guided on a weekly theme-based curriculum. We present developmental and age-appropriate activities daily. All activities include, but are not limited to, teaching math and reading readiness skills, letters, numbers, shapes and colors. The program at Sorrento also includes basic sign language for infants and wobblers. 

Academics are presented in entertaining and educational ways using science, cooking, art, drama, game playing skills, and social skills. Our program is geared to prepare children for young adulthood in a fun, safe, and learning environment. Sorrento Day Care is a safe haven, “Where children come first!”

Sorrento picks up and delivers to the following schools pending need and scheduling availability:

                                              Greenway - Hiteon - Sexton Mountain  - Nancy Ryles - Arco Iris

We have a cozy reading nook that helps with social and emotional development

Social and Emotional Development

Our qualified and experienced teachers provide a nurturing and caring atmosphere for the children at all times.  They encourage emerging skills in the classroom without competition as the children build on their own self image and independence.  Each teacher models for the children socially acceptable behavior and self control through positive choice making skills in their daily activities.  While teaching day to day, staff members verbalize expectations to the children and parents through appropriate practice and communication, for a team work atmosphere. We integrate pictures, stories, and circle time social learning that help young children grasp methods of positive behavior. 


Our center integrates an age appropriate academic environment in each classroom.  Our curriculum encourages self awareness, independence, and exploration. Our curriculum provides both structure and creativity through textures, songs, books, worksheets, art, exploratory play, and dialogue. 

The center has weekly and monthly themes, modified for each age group to help the children achieve their full capacity of learning. We also incorporate the Pledge of Allegiance daily.  The following subjects are used to teach the skills needed to accomplish specific academic and developmental milestones for each age group:

  • Weekly Themes
  • Letter of the Week, including Letter People puppets, songs, and stories
  • Number, Shape and Color of the Month
  • Seasons and Holidays
  • Math and Reading
  • Music and Movement
  • Science and Social Studies
  • Physical Education
  • Dramatic Play
  • Cooking
  • Life Skills (washing hands, hanging coat, folding blanket, tying shoes, etc.)

Health, Safety, and Nutrition

Sorrento Day Care has an ultra violet air filter system. Ultra violet light chambers purify contaminated air as it circulates through the system.  The system kills 99.9% of the airborne bacteria. 

As an added precaution, teachers also spray toys with a bleach water spray of ¼ tsp. bleach to a quart of water several times each day.  We sanitize toys and classroom items through the day in our kitchen industrial sanitizer as well.

We follow all Oregon Child Care Division rules and regulations.  All staff members have current First Aid, CPR, and Food Handler Certification cards. They are also required to take the Oregon Recognizing and Reporting Child Abuse and Neglect class, Introduction to Child Care Health and Safety class, and Infant Safe Sleep class.  All staff members are currently enrolled in the Oregon Criminal Registry.  Staff members earn 15 hours of child development and child related workshop hours for state requirements yearly.

The center has a kitchen where  we prepare all breakfast, snacks and lunches by hand.  The meals we prepare are made with fresh ingredients and produce which are purchased weekly.  We use a wonderful menu of foods that rotates every 4 weeks and encourages healthy eating habits.