Presbyterian Daycares in College Park MD

Presbyterian Daycares in College Park MD

Silver Spring Presbyterian Church Children's Center
Silver Spring Presbyterian Church Children''s Center(SSPC CC) exists for the purpose of providing high quality early care and education services to the Silver Spring area of Montgomery County, Maryland At SSPC CC, we’re committed to your child's development. To support this we: prepare your children to be fully ready to learn upon entrance to school, enable growth emotionally and intellectually, respect individual uniqueness and foster positive social connections, and work in partnership with each family recognizing them as their child's first teacher and primary nurturer. SSPC CC was established in 1975 as a service to familes in the community who desired quality child care in a warm and caring envioronemnt. The Center is sponsored by the Silver Spring Presbyterian Church. We offer child care for infants, toddlers and two's as well as our Nursery School Program for preschoolers ages 3-5. The center is open year round and offers a spacious Outdoor Play Area, Caring and Dedicated Staff and a Developmentally Appropriate Curriculum in a warm and caring environment. Our Teaching Staff Our Lead Teachers have a variety of experience and backgrounds. Their credentials range from Child Development Associate (CDA) to Undergradate degrees in early childhood and/or realted fields. All are Maryland Credentialed. Teacher Assistants and Substitutes are an integral part of the teaching teams. Many have completed training in the early childhood/child care field. A number are college students pursuing degrees in the early child care and education industry. Some assistants and substitutes also meet Child Care Teacher qualifications and may work in dual positions in our program. SSPC CC also regularly hosts student interns from the local high schools, colleges and universities. Overall Management The Center is governed by a Board of Directors called the Preschool Weekday Education Committee (PWEC), which is responsible to the sponsoring organization, the Silver Spring Presbyterian Church. The PWEC is comprised of parents, community volunteers, SSPC members, the Center Director and staff representatives. The Board is responsible for the overall operations and quality assurance of the Center’s programs. Continuous program evaluation, sustainability and policy issues that affect the Center are primary concerns of this body. Licensing/Regulatory Agencies SSPC CC is a Maryland State Department of Education - Office of Child Care (MSDE/OCC) licensed and accredited early childhood program. We also hold a MCDHHS Private Educational Institute license.

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National Presbyterian Child Care Center

Mission Opened in 2007, National Presbyterian Child Care Center is a traditional child care center dedicated to providing early childhood education... in a nurturing and stimulating environment. A loving and inclusive community, NPS strives to facilitate the social, cognitive and physical development of young children. Overview National Presbyterian Child Care Center is located at the corner of Nebraska Avenue and Van Ness Street. The hours of operation are 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. NPCCC is open year round with the exception of most Federal holidays, some National Presbyterian School holidays and staff development days. Approximately fifteen children aged six weeks to three years attend NPCCC. Applicants must be at least six weeks of age to enroll in the program. Available spaces will be allocated first to children of the faculty and staff of National Presbyterian School and National Presbyterian Church followed by other members of the NPS and NPC communities. Remaining spaces will be allocated to the general public based on receipt of application and age of the child.

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