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Infant Care
Ages 6 Weeks - 12 Months 
Our facility's Infant Program is able to serve 8 infants.    Infants set their own schedule and participate in a variety of
activities designed to promote growth and to foster attainment of developmental milestones. Each infant has their own
crib space and cubby to house their diapers, wipes, and other supplies that you provide. The infant classroom is located on the first floor of the facility.

Toddler Programs
Ages 13months (walking) through 3 years
Our Toddler Program is structured into 2 groups: Younger and Older Toddlers.  Young Toddlers focus on language and gross motor skill development.  Older Toddlers focus on social skill development as well as manners, cooperative play,  and self help skills including toilet training.  Each group has a lead and assistant teacher with a max class size of 10 students.  The Toddler classrooms are located on the first floor of the facility and utilize the covered porch for gross motor and outdoor play.  Cots are provided for napping.  Parents supply diapers/pull ups, wipes, change of clothes, lidded cup, and bedding.

Preschool/Pre-K Daycare Full Day Program
3-4 yrs old.  MUST be potty trained.
Our preschool program is located on the second floor of our facility. Our preschool teacher has been with the center 
for over 30 years, and with so much experience to draw upon, the children are always participating in a variety of projects
and events.  Our preschoolers continue develop and master social skills.  They are introduced to structure, schedules, 
and academic concepts. Center Wide nap time is from 1pm-3pm.  Parents must provide bedding and change of clothes. 
 
4-5 years old and scheduled to begin Kindergarten the next school  year.
Our Pre-K program is designed to help students prepare for their impending transition to the school system. They 
continue to learn structure and scheduling. They are also encouraged to develop self control and self help skills.  
They stress educational pursuits, such as letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and name recognition. Our Pre-K Teacher 
has her College Degree in Early Childhood Education. Our Director attends  Community Engagement Meetings to 
maintain a relationship with the Delaware Valley School District regarding matters of transition and early learning 
standards.   Though some children may not nap, they will still participate in "Quiet Time" from 1-3pm.​ Parents must provide bedding and change of clothes.

Preschool/Pre-K Programs are located on the 2nd floor of the facility.

Preschool/Pre-K Part Time Program
3-5 years old, MUST be potty trained
Our part time preschool program is a great way for children to socialize, learn, develop classroom routines and 
understanding, and prepare for their transition to kindergarten.  The Part time preschool/pre-k program runs from 
9am-1pm and follows the Delaware Valley School District Calendar (When DV is closed, part time preschool is 
closed (NO summers).  Children will engage in centers based learning, individual and small group sessions, 
gross motor activities,and STEM play.  Our program teacher has completed her Master's degree in Early Learning
Administration and has hours of exciting and innovative activities planned for this group!  Program is located on 
the second floor of our facility.

School Age Program
Ages 5 - 12 years. 
The School Age Program, formerly known as "latchkey," is designed to provide before and after school care
to children of this age group.  The center also has programs available to provide care for school age children 
during school closings, delays, and single day holidays. The Center offers busing for all 3 local elementary 
schools!  We do not offer services to Middle School students. Daily activities and homework assitance
are provided.  Enrollment in this program is full  every year so be sure to register early!  School Age Program 
is located on the 2nd floor of the facility.

Summer Programs
Fun for all Ages!
Our summer program is designed to provide students with new and interesting programming every week. 
Arts and crafts, sports, water fun, and field trips are just a few of the experiences we provide during our 
varied theme weeks. SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY.


Food Program
Child and Adult Care Food Program
All students are eligible to participate in the food program provided they complete the annual paperwork.  
The program provides Breakfast, Lunch, and 2 snacks. 
All meals served to children under the Child and Adult Care Food Program are served at no separate charge 
regardless of race, color, national origin,  sex, age, or disability.  There is no discrimination in admission policy,
 meal service, or use of the facilities.  Any Complaints of discrimination should be submitted in writing within 
180 day of the incident to the USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, Washington, DC 20250. 

Menu varies every month and is posted in classrooms and on this website on the "Current Events" page.