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Country Park Child Care Announces School Age Summer Camp Program(May 28, 2014)
Williamsville, NY (PRWEB) May 28, 2014
Country Park Child Care is happy to announce its school age summer camp program. Since 1990, Country Park Child Care has provided high-quality child care and the preparations children need for a successful future and now theyre gearing up for a summer filled with fun and even more success.
The summer camp program is offered for infants to children 12 years of age, and will run from June 23 through August 29. Country Park Child Care is excited to offer youngsters fun and learning, outdoor adventures, exploration and theater and art opportunities all summer long.
Country Park Child Care summer camp engages children in a vast range of outdoor play in their stunning one acre mini-park. Children can have fun in the sun, safely with sunscreen of course, throughout the season. During the summer camp, there will be plenty to do from outdoor adventures and entertainment, to various summer celebrations, including a Hawaiian Luau, Carnival Week, Mystery Mania, Olympic Games and so much more. Every day is also a water day, so children will be able to keep cool and enjoy water games as well.
Children can come make new friends and create great memories at Country Park Child Care, all while having fun and learning. Registration is required. Country Park Child Care recommends that those interested make an appointment first with the camps director to visit the facility. For more information, please call (716)626-9039, or visit: http://www.countrypark.com.
About the company:
Country Park Child Care was established in 1990 by Linda Clark. Clark wanted to implement her philosophy on early childhood education, which was a comprehensive and nurturing plan for high-quality child care. She took the time to ensure that she had a safe environment, a professional and highly-trained staff to be proud of, an environment fulfilling to both, parents and children, balanced educational programs, superb hygiene including bathroom and diaper procedures, immaculate housekeeping, an odor-free environment, top-notch hands-on creative lesson plans and attention to table manners.
Clark also encourages parents to get involved in the program by sharing any pertinent information, books, songs and videos, cultural and other materials that are relevant to Country Parks activities. She feels strongly that parent/teacher communication is vital to a childs growth and development. Over the years, Country Park has received many complimentary comments from the parents of the children entrusted to their care. For those interested in entrusting Country Park with the care of their child, those comments may be interesting to see.
Clark wants each parent to be absolutely confident when they leave their child in the care of the staff at Country Park that their child will be safe, happy and given the opportunity to explore and participate in a fulfilling day of educational, hands-on fun. Country Park Child Care offers day care and preschool programs. For more information, please visit, http://www.countrypark.com/.
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