Child Care

Children’s Aid Society provides quality child care to children from six weeks to 12 years old.

Children’s Aid Society is a non-profit child care center that is licensed by Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW).  Our Child Care Center participates in Keystone Stars and is the only STAR-4 rated center in the area!

Philosophy and Mission

The mission of the Child Care program is to provide quality early care and education in a supervised setting to empower children to become responsible, healthy, functioning adults.

The first five years of a child’s life are the formative years. They develop the habits that will stay with them the rest of their lives. Parents are a child’s first and most important teacher. We partner with you to nurture your children in a safe environment where they can grow in emotional, social, physical and cognitive ways each day.

To enroll your child, please complete the paperwork below and return to the center. 

Emergency Contact

Child Health Report

Consent to Exchange Information 

Consent for Assessments

Photo & Security Camera

Drug and Alcohol Policy

Child Information Sheet

Staff Qualifications

We ensure that each child care teacher meets state and agency requirements before they are entrusted with children. All teachers complete 15 hour orientation within their first 60 days of employment. State police, Childline and FBI clearances are required as well as health assessments, fire safety training, First Aid and CPR.  Staff also must complete a minimum of 24 hours training annually.

Trained staff supervise children from the moment they arrive to the time they leave each day.

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Early Learning GPS (

The Early Learning GPS is an interactive online tool where families answer up to 10 questions for great tips and reliable resources on helping their child learn and grow. Create a free map for your child to follow his milestones, save fun activities that will help him learn and grow, and compare child care programs. All information is from reliable sources like PA’s Office of Child Development and Early Learning.

Watch the video here.