• The Centennial School District Board of School Directors offer the following information to assist parents who may be facing child care issues for the 2020/2021 school year. We will continue to add information as it is obtained.                                                

    Child Care Information

    Basic Information
    Parents can go to  www.ChildCareCenter.us and find information on Pennsylvania child care providers and child care resources.

    Child Care Works Subsidized Child Care Program
    Parents can get information on early learning resources in Bucks County.
    333 N.Oxford Valley Road
    Suite 402-403
    Fairless Hills, PA 19030-2624
    Phone: (215)486-2524
    Email: ELRC16@cscinc.org or elrcregion16@pa.gov.

    Compass
    COMPASS is an online tool for Pennsylvanians to apply for many health and human service programs and manage benefit information. Please visit their website for more information: www.compass.state.pa.us

    Families First Coronavirus Response Act
    Some parents may qualify for paid child care leave under this federal law that expires in December of 2020. For more information go to the Family First Coronavirus Response Act website. 

    Quality Child Care Coalition
    QCCC focuses on engaging families, child care programs,
    educators, school districts and other community partners to educate the public on the importance of quality in child care, early childhood education, and pre-K programs. Partnering with the Bucks County Intermediate Unit and United Way of Bucks County, QCCC is moving ahead, forging relationships with new partners and working with a strengthened network of child care programs to make quality early care and education a reality for ALL of Bucks County’s children. Parents can go to www.buckschildcare.com for more information.

    YMCA of Bucks County
    Parents can contact the YMCA of Bucks County at www.ymcabucks.org for more information about using YMCA day care programs.

    Financial Assistance
    There are a variety of financial assistance programs to help with child care costs. Please visit the Compass information site to find more about the following programs:

    • Child Care Works Subsidized Child Care Programs
    • Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) (800)692-7462
    • Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) (800)942-9467
    • Children Health Insurance Program (CHIP)
    • Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) formerly food stamps program
    • Child and Adult Care Fund Program (CACFP) Child Nutrition (800)331-0129
    • Low Income Family Energy Assistance Program (866)857-7075

     

    Local Day Care Providers
    Local day care facilities are listed below. Please know they are listed for information only. Please reach out to the facility directly to determine if they are a good fit for your family.

    Children of America Ivyland
    880 Jacksonville Rd. #15
    Warminster, PA  18974
    215-444-9080

    Children of America Southampton
    345 Knowles Ave.
    Southampton, PA  18966
    215-240-6863

    Children of America Warminster
    1187 York Rd.
    Warminster, PA  18974
    215-443-8550

    Goddard School of Huntingdon Valley
    1820 County Line Rd.
    Huntingdon Valley, PA  19006
    215-942-4332

    Jolly Toddlers
    275 Second Street Pike
    Southampton, PA  18966
    215-355-3628

    Jolly Tots
    613 Hampton Ave.
    Southampton, PA  18966
    215-357-3961

    Kiddie Academy Childcare Learning Center
    260 Veterans Way
    Warminster, PA  18974
    215-443-5988

    KinderCare Hatboro
    378 S. Warminster Rd.
    Hatboro, PA  18974
    888-525-2780

    Rainbow Academy for Little Scholars
    226 Grenoble Rd.
    Warminster, PA  18974
    215-355-6498

    Schoolhouse Learning Center Warminster
    295 W. Street Rd.
    Warminster, PA  18974
    215-675-2334

    Schoolhouse Learning Center Southampton
    131 Second Street Pike
    Southampton, PA  18966
    215-322-7200

    Alternate Options

    Learning Pods: Several families join together to share in the supervision and support their children when they are engaged in virtual learning. People are using social media and school information to work in collaborative groups. 

    Local Churches: Some local churches may offer emergency day care services.

    Neighborhood Child Care Groups: Neighbors may form groups to share in child supervision and support on a rotating basis.

    Before School and After School Care 

    The district elementary schools will host a before and after child care program when the district returns to its schools in November. Information will be shared at a later date regarding this program

    Thank you for your support, patience and understanding during these unprecedented times.