The child care program is designed to meet the developmental needs of children 6 weeks to 6 years of age. It provides a warm and loving environment in which your child can grow mentally, physically, socially, and spiritually. Within the program’s daily schedule, each child has opportunities to create, to learn problem-solving and personal interactive skills, and to learn concepts through first-hand experiences. We believe that every child is a unique creation of God with special talents and capabilities, and as such, has immeasurable worth to himself and society. Learning experiences will be provided in an atmosphere of love, acceptance, consistency, and fun that will help stimulate the child’s natural curiosity and desire to learn.
For more information contact Janelle Hill at email@example.com.
The YMCA offers a licensed child care center that follows state guidelines for children 6 weeks to 6 years. The Program is open year-round 5 days a week from 6:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., only closed on major holidays and the week of July 4th. The program is led by trained loving staff. All Head Teachers have their CDAs and are trained in CPR and First Aid. All staff has been federally finger-printed. Activities include preschool lessons with planned curriculum for all ages, playtime in our well-furnished outdoor play area, arts and crafts, music, and much, much more. Breakfast and lunch are served daily along with afternoon snacks.
- Full or part-time openings are available. Enrollment is limited!
- Complimentary YMCA Family Memberships are provided to families who have children enrolled full time or two or more part-time children enrolled at the Randolph County Y Childcare
- Costs: $110.00/wk (full-time for children under 3), $100.00/wk (full time for children over 3) $75.00/wk (2 days, for children over 3 yrs. of age only)
- All Child Care programs also include a non-refundable registration fee of $30.00
Beynon Childcare and Union City Childcare
- Follow all state licensing rules and regulations.
- Both facilities participate in Paths to Quality – Indiana’s quality rating and improvement system for childcare.
- Both facilities participate with First Steps – Indiana’s early intervention program that provides services to infants and toddlers from birth to third birthday who have developmental delays or disabilities.
- The Union City Childcare participates with Help Me Grow – Ohio’s evidenced-based parent support program that encourages early prenatal and well-baby care, as well as parenting education to promote the comprehensive health and development of children.
- Both facilities participate in CACFP – The Child and Adult Care Food Program, which is a federal program to ensure nutritious meals and snacks for children and adults who are enrolled for care at participating childcare centers.
- Aide teachers must be 18 years of age and must complete 20 training hours annually.
- Lead teachers must have CDA (Child Development Accreditation) or enrolled within one year of becoming a lead teacher.
- Lead teachers must complete 20 training hours annually.
- Aide teachers and Lead teachers must have safe sleep training and CPR/First Aid training.