Daycare - an afternoon (and morning) haven for parents

October 15, 2018

It’s well known that for many parents, work hours don’t coincide with school hours.

Having before and after care for little ones is important for them.

The benefits of full day care, too, are great. Research points to the many ways that being part of a quality child-care setting helps children develop socially, behaviorally and academically. Social and economic factors present for families and communities, as well.

Here at Crossroads, all seven preschool classrooms are integrated with daycare children with general education needs and children with special learning needs. While Crossroads is well-known as being an excellent provider for students with I.E.P.s (individualized education plans) from age 2-12, the school is also becoming increasingly popular as setting for children needing daycare. The daycare children come for the excellent educational programming that is presented across the board at Crossroads. The exceptional levels of attention, safety, enriched programming, and ABA structure are some of the reasons parents choose Crossroads for daycare. Another important reason is for their child to have the opportunity for integration with children with different learning needs; this draws parents who want their children growing and learning within a diverse and cooperative learning environment.

Throughout the day, in all preschool classrooms at Crossroads, students work side by side, learning from each other and growing together.

An afternoon visit to the daycare room recently saw the children enjoying play centers and then snack time, under the instruction of Ms. Nikki and Ms. Michelle.

Please call the school at 518-280-0083 to talk about enrolling your child!


Read past stories about daycare at Crossroads!

Making snow – an engaging learning activity for a preschool classroom with diverse needs

The Muffin Man Show helps Crossroads ring in the New Year and increase awareness of our Daycare Program!

HFP Owls are a hoot!Friends Helping Friends, 2018