2831-2833 W. 10th Street
Chester, Pa. 19013
Operating since 1989
“Where Learning and Fun Becomes One”
An equal opportunity service provider and employer
Annual memberships are local and national Childcare organizations
Our programs apply Keystone Star standards in daily operations. Stevens Group Child Care Homes provide care for infants 2 months to school-age. All age groups receive educational support that aligns with Pa. Learning standards. All children are screened and observed for optimum educational support. We support all children that require outside supports from DCIU, Chester Seeds or any other support agency. Staff members have a CDA credential, higher Early Childhood credits or degrees and continue to receive education quarterly to care and educate your child.
SPECIAL FUNDING AVAILABLE
Stevens Early Learning Center is participating in special funding for families that are not qualified for CCIS funding. Log into ccpnpa.org/covid-support and fill out the form online to be funded until August.
COSA volunteers provide intergenerational and bilingual experiences.
The mission of the Stevens Group Child Care Homes is to provide care and education for all children while supporting the goals and needs of each family by providing committed staff and volunteers as part of a program that supports positive behaviors in a program that trains staff to be informed caring leaders.
Our vision is to be an entity that strives to continuously maintain standards above state requirements, provide staff, volunteers, and parent training provides community partnerships and follow a framework of consistent PBIS methods for the benefit of all families for as long as our program is in operation.
We believe each child deserves the opportunity to be acknowledged as unique and special. We will help each develop to their fullest potential by helping them accept, respect and knowledge differences between others as they learn to apply PBIS skill in their life.
How to Help Your Child Stop Hitting and Pushing
How to Understand The Meaning of Your Child’s Challenging Behavior
How to Give Clear Directions
How to Help Your Child Avoid Meltdowns
Nutrition Standards for CACFP Meals and Snacks
USDA DIETARY GUIDELINES
Websites that are good for children
Backpack series of parents handouts about challenging behavior topics
Information from the county about child care and funding information