What do children learn at Wee Luv'em?

All Children enrolled in the center will participate in a developmentally appropriate program designed to promote cognitive, physical and social/emotional growth. Language development, literacy, mathematics, science, technology, creative expression, appreciation for the arts, health, safety and social studies are all intergrated into the daily schedule.


Would there be any reason why my child would not be admitted to the center?

The Wee Luv'em Day Care is open to children regardless of race, creed, color, sex, handicap and ethnic origin.

When is the center closed?

The center is closed on Federal Holidays; New Year's Day, Martin Luther King's Birthday, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

Are you licensed?

Yes, We are licensed by the New York State Office of Child & Family Services (NYOCFS) and accredited by the NAEYC Academy for Early Childhood Program Accreditation.

Are your employees background checked?

Yes, all employees are finger printed and background checked prior to employment.  

Is medication administered when a child is sick?

We are licensed to administer medication with the written permission from a physician. Medication must be carefully labeled with the child's name and safely stored. We alert staff members when your child is receiving medication, even if the staff are not responsible for administering the medication. This will enable staff members to watch the reactions or changes of behaviors.

Do you provide food?

We provide breakfast, lunch and an afternoon snack.  There is no additional charge for meals

All food is prepared, served and stored in accordance with the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and Child and Adult Food Program (CACFP) guidelines. Weekly menus are approved by a Registered Dietitian (RD) and will be posted on the bulletin board in the entrance hall. A copy will be provided to each family for home use.

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Health Records

All children must submit a health record document before attending the Center. The health record must indicate that the child has had a checkup within the past two months.

I am thinking of enrolling my child, what should I do first?

Call us.  We will set up a time for you to tour the building and ask questions..  If there are no current openings, you may choose to put your name on the waiting list, for which there is a $50 fee.  When there is an opening we will contact you.