St. Luke's Early Childhood Center is located adjacent to St. Lukes Church in Farmingdale. The center has been in operation since 1987 and is licensed through New York state office of children and family services. The Center has a staff of twenty eight full and part time teachers and assistant teachers. Our teachers are New York state certified and our teachers and assistants are professionally trained to meet the requirements of New York state office of children and family services. In keeping with these guidelines, the staff is trained in day care program development, nutrition and health needs of children, principles of childhoold development and safety and security procedures, first aid and cpr to name a few. We recognize that each child is an individual that all children are creative and that all children need to succeed. We stress the total development of each child spiritually, morally, intellectually, socially, emotionally and physically.
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