Located in Conway, PA
Mon - Fri: 06:00 AM - 06:30 PM
Sat: 08:00 AM - 03:30 PM

At Joanne's Child Care, we take the Dr. Seuss philosophy that, "A person's a person, no matter how small."

With that in mind, we provide quality child care to infants as young as six weeks old, to children up to 12 years old. We also offer a preschool program to our 3 and 4 year old children.

Being a smaller child care center allows us to maintain direct focus on our students, learning what they love, what they excel at, and what their struggles may be. We work together as staff to find the best path of loving care and learning for your child.

A little about our teachers:

At Joanne's Child Care, we offer an exceptional preschool program. Our preschool program focuses on the fundamentals of Early Childhood Education, while implementing areas of music, art, dramatic play, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, and imaginative play.
Mrs. Janese Claar, our director is a Master's Degree level educator specializing in Early Childhood Education. She cooridinates our preschool program and implies individual learning activies every day, in accordance with the PA Early Learning standards.
Ms. Joann Prellwitz is a former teacher with her Master's Degree in Education from the University of Duquesne, and  Mr. Anthony Dambach has obtained an Associate's Degree in Early Childhood Education from the Community College of Beaver County, and is still continuing to further his education in the area of child Psychology. Together, they work with our Infant and toddler Curriculum to ensure that your child is ready for Pre-K! All of our teachers and staff work very hard to ensure that your child is loved, nurtured, and well taken care of while attendiing our Early Learning Center.
Admissons, the provisions of services, and referrals of clients shall be made without regard to race, color, national origin (including limited English proficiency), sex, age, religion, or disability.
Program services shall be made accessible to eligble persons with disabilities through the most economically feasible methods available.These methods include, but are not limited to: equipment redesign, the provision of aides, and the alternative service deliviery locations. Structural modifications shall be considered only as a last resort among available methods.