Scarborough Presbyterian Children’s Center Celebrates 20 Years

Scarborough Presbyterian Children's CenterThe Scarborough Presbyterian Children’s Center, or SPCC as it is known, is located at 671 Scarborough Road. The preschool is housed next door to the Scarborough Presbyterian Church on Scarborough Road at Route 9 in Briarcliff.   In addition to their large, bright classrooms, they have both an outdoor playground and an indoor play area, all of which provide a happy, loving and secure environment. 

SPCC is thankful to have been a part of the lives of children from Briarcliff Manor, Sleepy Hollow, Tarrytown, Ossining, Scarborough and Pleasantville for the last 20 years.  Their longevity is due to their dedicated teaching staff.   The teaching staff at SPCCprovides developmentally appropriate activities to encourage social skills, enhance self-esteem and build self-confidence in each child.  All staff members are experienced in early childhood education.  In addition, head teachers are required to hold degrees in education or related fields. A head teacher and either one or two teacher assistants are assigned to each class.  Many of the SPCC teachers have been with the program for 10 or more years.

SPCC is excited to announce that Registration is now open for new families for September 2015. There are currently a few morning spaces available.  SPCC has classes for 2-year- olds, 3-year-olds and 4-year- olds. Parents and children are welcome to tour the classrooms, meet some of the teachers and current parents. Open visits are held every Wednesday from 9:00-11:00 a.m.

The staff at SPCC looks forward to another exciting year together with parents and children, a year filled with the wonders of learning, friendships, laughter and lots of fun!

For more information regarding any of the programs at SPCC, visit their website at:  scarboroughchurch.com/childrens_center or call them at 914-941-0025 or email them at: spchildrenscenter@yahoo.com.

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