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St. Paul's Child Care Center

761 King Street, Port Chester, NY

Starting at $1665/mo

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We have a few spaces left for 9/2019 in our 3s and Pre-K 4s classrooms.

St. Paul's Child Care Center provides for the physical, intellectual, emotional, social, and spiritual growth of children, living Christian values, in a safe and healthy environment.

We are a New York State licensed facility offering a full day educational program, 5 days a week, for children from six weeks old until five years of age.

All children are welcome regardless of race, creed, or ethnic origin.

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St. Paul's Church has served the Westchester/Fairfield area for 150 years. As part of our outreach to the community, we decided to develop a full day child care center as a caring place with programs enhancing children's learning experiences. We have an experienced Director and staff. As a non-profit we devote our resources to training and retaining the staff.

The goals of the Center's Mission are:
*to provide a loving and caring environment for children.
*to provide a place where each child is regarded as a child of God.
*to foster mutual respect for self and others.
*to offer an early childhood education that is stimulating and age appropriate.
*to provide a learning atmosphere based upon current, up-to-date knowledge of early childhood development and learning.
*to provide a consistent and stable environment which fosters a sense of security in young children.

St. Saviour's Church Nursery School

350 Sound Beach Avenue, Old Greenwich, CT

Costimate: $298/wk

St. Saviour s Church Nursery School is a non-profit, non-denominational school located in Old Greenwich, CT. We are licensed by the State of CT (license #12356) and accredited by the National Association of Young Children (NAEYC program ID #340972). We have part day programs for older two-year-olds through five-year- olds.

Our small, intimate environment allows us to know each child, appreciating his or her unique abilities. With the support and guidance of a highly qualified and professional staff, we expand your child's world.No more than sixty children occupy our small school at any given time. We maintain excellent teacher to student ratios, with a team of three professional staff members in each classroom.
The core of our daily program is a literature-based curriculum. Classic stories as well as rich contemporary literature become the central theme for integrated learning experiences that cross all learning domains. Over a period of weeks, children are encouraged to explore their experience of the story by using an ever-changing palette of materials in the creative materials center, block center, dramatic play center, sensory table and literacy center. Children are encouraged to direct the path of the curriculum to reflect their particular needs and interests.

We also use the Project Approach, or project-based learning, to encourage curiosity, child-directed learning, and frequent immersion in the cycle of inquiry. Judy Harris Helm in her recent Becoming Young Thinkers provided the following description of deep project work. Project work is about children experiencing the joy of solving a problem, investigating a process, and developing confidence in their own ability to learn. It's also about children building mind and brain capacity as they think deeply to analyze, to synthesize new ideas, and to create meaningful artistic expressions, constructions, and other creations. This is an excellent summary of our experience engaged in project work.The Project Approach has strong similarities to The Storybook Journey, but the deep exploration that ensues is based on a topic of interest in the child's world rather than a story, non-fiction rather than fiction, the cycle of inquiry rather than the strengthening of imagination.

The Connecticut Preschool Framework is used through observation to authentically and meaningfully assess each child's progress. This information is shared with parents throughout the year.
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Hiring someone on Care.com to provide child care services will cost an average of $18.25 per hour as of May 2021. This rate may vary depending on the experience each child care provider has, how many kids you will need them to watch, the age of your children, and whether you need part-time or full-time child care.
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You want to find a child care provider that will get along with your kids, but also follows many of the same parenting ideas you have. Structure your questions around how your kids behave in certain situations and what the provider thinks is the best action to take. And because there are plenty of activities to do in Greenwich, you should ask questions about the fun things each child care provider would do to keep your kids happy and entertained. Finally, ask each provider about their past child care experience, references from other families in Greenwich and if they are certified in first aid and CPR.