Welcome to St. Paul's Child Care
We provide care for those age 6-weeks through those finishing 5th grade.
Our commitment is to offer programs that provide caring and challenging opportunities for children to grow and learn.
Our mission? To create a supportive setting that exemplifies Christian values.
Every day is filled with art, math, science, stories, singing, and best of all ~ play time!
We believe that all young children benefit from a developmentally-appropriate program, designed to help every child reach their full potential. We believe that each child is unique, special, and capable of learning. Our staff strives to provide each child with the skills and self-confidence they need to succeed.
We are open 6:30 am — 6:00 pm, year-round, Monday through Friday, with the exception of holidays.
Sherry Gardner, Director (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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To check available space and/or to request a registration form, please contact us:
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You'll need your 11-digit Bonus Card number. Our school ID is 26557.
St. Paul's Child Development Center is an equal opportunity child care provider. We serve all children and families without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, or sex.
Emergency Closings and Inclement Weather:
In the case of inclement weather and Daniel Boone School District is running on a two-hour delay opening or closes school, St. Paul’s Child Development Center will open on a one-hour delay at 7:30 am. The Center will make every effort to remain open during inclement weather. However, should the center need to delay opening further, it will be announced on:
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Our Facebook page at St. Paul’s Child Development Center/Douglassville
We will not make phone calls to parents but parents may call the center about early dismissals.