Butler County Children's 

 

Center, Inc.

Child Care

Serving children from birth to twelve years old. 

Hours of operation are Monday through Friday from 6:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Our infant/toddler room accepts children from birth to three years. The program focuses on development and education. Special features include continuity of staff and an age appropriate playground.

Preschool Care is available for children from three to five years old. The curriculum addresses educational, physical, social, and emotional development of children. Children can enjoy our three large playgrounds. Children also receive instruction on computers.

Kindergarten is available for children from five to six years. The program focuses on the standard kindergarten curriculum. Children receive individual instruction and have access to computers in the classroom.

Our child care program also offers before and after school care and a summer fun program.

All children are eligible. Sliding fee based on family size, income.

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Our Keystone STARS 4 child care site is located at our 
Bon Aire Site, 131 Homewood Drive, Butler.


 A quality early learning program—in child care, Head Start, or preschool— will help prepare your child for success in school and in life.

Here are things to look for:

  • Is this person or program a safe place for children? Do they meet the necessary regulations? Have there been any complaints against them? Pennsylvania’s Department of Public Welfare (DPW) regulates child care programs (family child care homes, group child care homes and child care centers) to make sure they meet minimum health and safety standards. Programs are required to post their certificate of registration or compliance, so if you don’t see it, ask about it.
  • Does the child care or Head Start program participate in Keystone STARS? Programs in Keystone STARS earn a STAR 1–STAR 4 rating by meeting quality standards. Count the Stars - the more STARS, the higher the quality.
  • Does the program provide activities appropriate for your child’s age and development? Teachers should observe your child’s skill level and provide activities that will help your child grow.
  • Does the program keep families involved in their child’s progress? Quality programs will talk with you about how your child is learning and suggest ways you can help your child learn at home.
  • Are the children happy and involved? Learning should be fun!

Count the STARS. The higher the STAR level, the higher the quality.

 For more information and to find a Keystone STARS program near you, visit Compass or the PA Promise for Children website.


Our Bon Aire site is located at:
131 Homewood Drive
Butler, PA 16001


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