The child development center is licensed by the Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare, is nationally accredited by the prestigious National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC).
The facility is named for the late Ann Harris Smith, a lifelong educator and lover of young children. Mrs. Smith devoted her life to child care and development.
The Little People’s Place uses a structured pre-school curriculum designed to provide a multitude of educational opportunities for children ages three to five. There are also structured toddler activities for two year olds.
Early childhood is a time for exploration, growth and change. Through many structured experiences, trial and error, and questioning, children have the opportunity to learn and make sense of their world. This is an essential element in quality child care. We provide the excellent learning environment in which your child will succeed. American Sign Language and Bible study are also incorporated into the curriculum.