A Child’s Place Extended Care
A Child’s Place Extended Care (ACPEC) at the Community Center at the Fellowship House offers before and after school child care opportunities for elementary aged children. ACPEC’s mission is to provide young children a safe environment in which they can develop emotionally, physically, intellectually, and socially. ACPEC strives to promote a positive atmosphere where parents, teachers, staff and children interact with mutual respect and caring. ACPEC is committed to providing reliable childcare for working parents, which in turn assists them in achieving their professional and personal goals.
To register your child for A Child’s Place Extended Care or for general questions regarding the program, please contact Danielle Earhart, Program Manager at 610-304-8769 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Before Care: 7:00am until the start of the school day
- After Care: End of the school day until 6:00pm
- Half-Day Care: End of the school day until 6:00pm
- Day Off Programs: 7:00am – 6:00pm. This program will operate on select days that the Colonial School District is closed.
- State licensed and Keystone Stars accredited program
- Carefully screened, professional staff with State Police, Child Abuse and FBI Clearances
- Fun, academically based enriched curriculum that advances our mission to prepare children for a successful future in school and beyond
- Supervised homework time, outdoor play, organized and independent activities
- Monthly newsletters informing parents of various activities and events
- Multi-sibling and military discounts
- CCIS (county subsidy) accepted
For more information and to view a complete calendar listing of Day-Off Programs, click here.
“At A Child's Place, we cultivate the potential within each child, as he grows from infant to toddler to young child. We understand that each child is naturally curious to learn more about the world. With that in mind, our teachers take their job of creating programs and lessons that foster children’s natural curiosity very seriously. Students in our diverse classrooms learn at a young age to accept people for who they are and embrace their differences. Parents can feel assured that our Chester County childcare early learning program, teaches children to enjoy academics, and prepare for a lifelong love of learning.”
“We believe that children learn and grow when they are provided with a caring and accepting environment. Our goal is to help children develop habits of observation, questioning, and listening. In order to develop a positive self-image, we believe children should be free to express their individuality. We teach the children that every choice has a consequence so that hopefully they will make positive choices. We encourage children to use their intellectual and creative abilities. We hope that they will develop friendships as they learn the “golden rule” – to treat others as they would like to be treated. It is our greatest wish for the children in our program to become the best they can be both now and in the future.”