Harbor Child Care avidly believes in supporting working parents. Quality childhood education programs are losing funding throughout New York State, making it more difficult for working families to provide their children with the educational opportunities they deserve.
Supporting Early Childhood Education Supports Working Families
By supporting early childhood education, you are also supporting working families and their surrounding communities.
How Does Early Childhood Education Support Working Families?
Early childhood education programs offer an academic foundation for children, preparing them for formal schooling while reducing the need for parents to take time off work to address learning gaps later on.
Early childhood programs follow structured routines, enabling working parents to manage their schedules more effectively.
When parents can balance work and family responsibilities, it can lead to improved family well-being and reduced stress, benefiting both parents and children.
Quality early education sets children on a path for future academic and personal success, which can lead to greater financial stability for families as children grow.
Early childhood education programs offer parent resources, and engagement opportunities, helping working parents access valuable information and support.
Convenient Scheduling – Daily Enrollment Options and Additional Information
We offer several daily schedule options, allowing you to choose the best fit. Our flexible hours allow parents to pick up or drop off their children without rushing or stress.
We offer three convenient daily enrollment options: 9, 10, or 11 hours of care. Parents can choose the drop off and pick up times that work most cohesively with their schedules. Additionally, you can update your schedule twice each school year by submitting the paperwork we provide upon request. If there is going to be a significant but temporary change in your schedule, we only ask that you let us know 30 days in advance. Our staff will work with you to determine the most suitable way to proceed.
We understand that absences are rarely an expected occurrence. Simply call our office before 9:30 a.m. on the day your child will be absent.