The Spring Farm Child Care Center was founded in 1996 by Tom Patterson, who with his wife, Beth, started a day care center in their hometown of Spring Farm, New York. “In our eight years of service, we have always strived to provide an enriching, stimulating, and stimulating environment for our clients’ children,” says Patterson. “The Center offers a variety of services that help families in need.
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“The primary goal of the center is to ensure that every child, regardless of his or her background, is provided an opportunity for development and personal growth,” says Patterson. “We offer a variety of enriching programs and activities, both indoors and outdoors. We give our kids equal access to quality educational and extracurricular programs, while fostering healthy relationships between our teachers and our kids. Our program provides equal opportunity and respect for all our kids, regardless of background, economic status, gender, race, religion, or disability. Our mission is to build a caring community that values each person equally and works to create meaningful and lasting change in the lives of our children and our community at large.”
A special program of the Spring Farm Child Care Center is their “Boosters Program.” This is a two-pronged effort: it helps families in need and provides new homes for unwed parents and those in transition. Families who would like to know more about the Boosters Program should visit the website, which offers a range of helpful information. This includes the latest information on the pending New York State Fair housing bill, related federal legislation, and news and events concerning the new Spring Farm Children’s Museum and Preschool.