Fostering language development, literacy, creativity, independence, and school readiness.
Our child care program prepares children by providing skills development and readiness training, while also focusing on health and social development. Erie House uses the developmentally appropriate practices approach and exercises a model of continuous improvement for children’s specific needs and gifts, as well as staff’s professional development. Children's physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth is developed through activities designed to foster language development, literacy, creativity, independence, and school readiness.
Our creative, bilingual curriculum promotes learning in about 250 children from 200 families every year.
of children with a clinical treatment plan met their individualized goals
teacher to student ratio in our NAEYC-accredited 3- to 5-year-old classrooms
of 4-year-olds who met Teaching Strategies GOLD assessment literacy benchmark
Families must meet income requirement and parent/s must be working, attending school or training for at least 20 hours a week. Children must be at least 3 years old.
Monday - Friday, 7:30am - 5:30pm