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Posted on: September 21, 2020

[ARCHIVED] childcare needs can be met at Lois Bronz Children's Center

The Lois Bronz Children's Center can help parents with young children with childcare.

Many parents of children are struggling to manage  their responsibilities of being a parent and keeping their jobs at the same time.   Childcare is extremely ijmportant at this time.  If you are looking for child care - consider the Lois Bronz Children’s Center located  right next to the Theodore Young Community Center on Manhattan Ave in Greenburgh (seconds away from Crossroads Shopping Center on Route 119).

The Lois Bronz Children’s Center is OPEN FOR ENROLLMENT MondayFriday for all income levels including: - Early Head Start & Head Start o “Income eligible” families have the opportunity for their children to attend for “free” in either Early Head Start (age 6 weeks-3 years old) or Head Start (3-5 years old). o- After-School-Enrichment-Program The center also has an After-School-Enrichment-Program which serves children from 5-12 years old. - Special Education – Stepping Stones o Another area of services offered by LBCC is the Special Education “Stepping Stones” program. Students are referred to the program via School Districts “referral system”. - Daycare  This service is offered to parents who pay out of pocket or via DSS

For additional info

loisbronzchildrenscenter.org

The center is named for Lois Bronz who was the first African American Chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators, a former Deputy Greenburgh Town Supervisor and Greenburgh community activist. Before the center was named for Lois - she spent thousands of hours helping the center -and helped provide young children with the environment to grow physically, emotionally, culturally and socially. The center was started in 1966 by Delores June Castleberry, a Greenburgh resident in the basement of Union Baptist Church to provide help for working women in the community.  Because of the center’s early successes it became the first licensed daycare in NYS.

PAUL FEINER

Greenburgh Town Supervisor

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