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Programs

Danville Child Development Center’s Infant Program is designed to provide a warm, nurturing, and stimulating environment for our youngest learners. Our teachers provide each child with opportunities for discovery and skill development, taking their cues from their interests and individual progress

Young Toddlers are so busy growing and learning new skills! Our Young Toddler classroom is the place to be. Our teachers plan a variety of hands-on activities that further encourage their newfound skills.

Toddlers are so busy growing and learning new skills! Our toddler classrooms are exciting
places to be. Our toddler teachers plan a variety of hands-on activities that encourage the
children’s budding self-help skills and independence (“I can do it myself!” is a toddler’s
creed!).

DCDC offers two licensed Preschool Programs with both full-day and part-day options to
meet families’ needs.

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Child Care

Our programs and services place an emphasis on high-quality child care and early educational experiences. The curriculum is age-appropriate and designed to grow with infants, toddlers, and preschoolers.

School-aged children from Kindergarten until their thirteenth birthday find safety, supervision, interesting games, and educational activities at our SACK program. We provide care before and after school, during delays and cancellations, as well as vacation days and summer break. Transportation to and from school is available during the school year.

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Early Intervention Services​

EI Team at DCDC- Enhancing Development Through Play. While all children grow and change at their own rate, some children can experience delays in their development. Sometimes this can be a cause for concern. Early Intervention Services can help!

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Montour County Advocates for Children (LEARN)

The Local Education and Resource Network (LEARN) is a community-based group of people who engage in and are committed to promoting and educating the public about the benefits of quality early childhood and school-age care and education. This group can consist of early learning programs, family members, school district officials, school board members, teachers and other school personnel, policymakers and staff, business and civic leaders, media, public and private foundations, faith-based community representatives from family or child-serving organizations and anyone who is interested in supporting early and school-age care and education!