The Children’s Center – Allentown
Wednesday, April 18th from 9 a.m. until 11 a.m. and 3 p.m. until 5 p.m.join us for our open house to showcase the work done during phase one of the Building Futures Project. The open house is being held in conjunction with the Week of the Young Child and will highlight the capital improvements that have been made to the center and will recognize the Director and Education Coordinator who have been with the center a combine 83 years.
Providing childcare in downtown Allentown for approximately 100 years, the Volunteers of America Children’s Center offers affordable early childhood programs and summer day camp for children ages 13 months to 10 years.
Each child is guided to achieve his or her full potential with individual assessments and a curriculum that address his or her unique social, intellectual, emotional, and cognitive development. The Volunteers of America Children’s Center curriculum is based on literacy and language development, character building, computer skills and creative arts.
The Volunteers of America Children's Center, at 730 W. Union Street, has earned the dual accreditation from the National Association for the Education of Young Children, the nation’s leading organization for early childhood professionals as well as a 4-STAR rating through Keystone Stars.
For more information and to take a tour of the center, contact:
Betty Druckenmiller – Center Director at 610-432-8352 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuition Assistance is available for those who qualify.
The Volunteers of America Children's Center’s staff works to ensure that today’s youngsters develop the skills, values and confidence necessary to become successful adults, parents, citizens and community leaders.
Helping children learn to read inspires our teachers at the Volunteers of America Children's Center.