Child's Place



Parent Information

There is a parent information board in the entrance.  This has the current menu for the month. There are copies of the menu next to the sign in/out computer for you to take home if you would like to have one at home.

Special programs for the children are posted on the parent bulletin board and on in house parent e-mails. Special programs we have had for the center include: Montgomery Fire Truck, Dental Hygienist, The Nature Wagon, Macaroni the Clown, Barney, Tigger, Caravan of Critters, holder of the Guinness World Record in jump rope - Mark Rothstein, Sanitation Collection Truck, Nurse, Reptile Lady, The Bird Man. Special Programs are included in the tuition.

Teacher workshop days and Holiday Closings are posted on our yearly calendar. We do not close for snow unless there is very extreme weather.  We do not have delayed openings. We are here for you and your children.


Please complete both of the following forms.   If you have any questions please send us an email or give us a call.

Please download, fillout, print, and sign the completed application form. 

The following New York State Office of Children and Family Services will need to be completed by a Licensed Physican, Medical Assistant, or Nurse Practitioner.


Our food menu at Heather's is developed and approved by a nutritionist.  Parents are able to view the menu each day on our parent bulletin board and copies of our weekly menu is available at the parent computer sign in station.

Our meals and snacks are all nutritionally planned. We at Heather’s strive each day to serve our children heart healthy food. Our cook, Mr. Sam provides each child with a meal and two snacks each day. However, if children arrive early in the morning without breakfast and a parent requests, we will provide that child with milk and cereal. Mr. Sam has found a wonderful positive way to get children to try their vegetables. There is an outside vegetable garden. Mr. Sam educates the children about the garden and how their vegetable are growing into food. The children sometimes pick their own vegetables out of our garden. Mr. Sam cooks them for the children. They usually eat them with joy. Mr. Sam always makes special treats for the children to enjoy every week. Sometimes he even makes pancakes in the form of each child’s initials.

Special diets: We strive to provide special food or dietary arrangements (e.g. food allergies).