Middletown Day Nursery
 

The goal of the Center
is to nurture in each child a positive self-image and growing sense of self-confidence and importance as an individual. 

Middletown Day Nursery Today

The Nursery remains a non-profit daycare center that is run by a Board of Directors. It is licensed by the NYS Office of Children and Family Service, and is open to all children regardless of race, creed, ethnic origin, sex, color or disability. The facility is authorized to administer medication.

 

Children from six weeks of age through age ten are eligible for enrollment. Children attending Kindergarten through third grade are transported from public school to the Center by school bus. When public school is closed, school age children remain at the Center fulltime.

The Nursery provides a loving and secure learning environment and an atmosphere of warmth and physical well being with a broad range of daily learning experiences important to young children during their formative years. We educate children and their families on the diversity of our participants and we encourage and celebrate the unique cultures and traditions of our families.
The goal of the Center is to nurture in each child a positive self-image and growing sense of self-confidence and importance as an individual. To this end, developmentally age-appropriate activities are provided that enable each child to develop his/her full potential. Emphasis is placed on social, emotional, language, physical, and cognitive development, as well as outdoor play in the morning and afternoon hours. A rest period, the duration of which is determined by age, follows the lunch period. Field trips supplement the daily activities. Assessments are administered bi-yearly and the results are shared with parents. Our Director has been with us for 39 years. We are proud of our experienced teachers and have a very low turnover rate.