To Teach Children God’s Love.
Every child’s educational and emotional journey begins with a core set of ingredients; a loving and supportive family, trusted caregivers and an environment that challenges each and every child regardless of his or her developmental stage.
Through their teaching, LSLC staff encourages the development of a Christian character and exemplifies the true meaning of a faith based center by providing the children with lesson plans and daily activities that reflect our God driven message. Our primary focus is to provide our children with faith based learning inside and outside the classroom.
Our School. Our Family. Our Community
Little Sheep Learning Center is one of Bastrop’s premier child care facilities and we work diligently to provide our students with the tools and knowledge they will need to excel in the classroom and in life. Part of that process is developing a close working relationship with our student’s parents. LSLC continually aims to make our learning center the most effective and beneficial for your children. Our dedicated team of teachers work endlessly to provide the best educational environment and teaching methods.
Come Visit Us
We invite you to come visit Little Sheep Learning Center and get to know our students, our teachers and our learning facility. We are located directly behind the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church on the frontage road of Highway 71 East. Please messages us or call if you have any questions or would like to tour the facility. We look forward to hearing from you soon.
Meet the Director:
Alysa K. Johnson.
Bachelor in Sociology
Alysa comes to Little Sheep Learning Center with 16 years of experience working in a childcare facility. She has been a Campus Principal/Director since 2006 and also led the HR and Recruiting efforts. In her previous role, she was managing an operation of over 20 teachers and 200 children. Her qualifications and experience are a true asset for our school! Alysa has a BA from the University of Texas in Sociology with a minor in Business Administration. She has a passion for the training and education of teachers, as well as the children, and brings an authentic understanding of the learning and development of the preschool age child. Alysa has 4 children – Fallon, Easton, Audrey and Mikah. All have attended daycare since they were infants, so she knows and understands the emotional connection and communication the parents deserve. Alysa is native to Bastrop and is dedicated to use her experience to better our LSLC environment in her hometown.
What Our Families are Saying
“My son went here and made life long friends, and so did I. Still come back for coffee and now spring break. LSLC is family, we love you. Thank you for all you have done for us.” –L.T.
“I don’t know what I would do wothout LSLC! Bar none, it’s the most professional, organized, thoughtful, progressive, faith-based school in the Bastrop area. My kiddos are getting a great head-start in life because of these wonderful folk.” –J.H.