Calvary Nursery School & Child Care Open House and Registration for 2020-21 School Year

CRANFORD -- Calvary Nursery School & Child Care (CNSCC), is beginning registration in January for the 2020-21 School Year. The new school year begins in September 2020 and it will be the programs 27th year of providing high-quality early childhood care and education for children ages 2 ½-6 years old. New families are welcome to tour the program and register during their Open House on Saturday, January 25 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. Limited space is available, and registration is accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

CNSCC offers a morning Nursery School Program, a full-day Child Care Program and a Kindergarten Wrap-Around Afternoon Program. The play-based, year-round early childhood center focuses on nurturing and educating the whole child in a Christian setting using a project-based learning curriculum. Enrichment opportunities are offered in STEAM, cooking, yoga and music. On-site therapy and social skills support is also available through a partnership agreement with Trinitas Children’s Therapy Services. The program earned the distinction of receiving a 4-star rating from the state’s Grow NJ Kids assessment program. CNSCC is one of only four early childhood centers in Union County to receive the 4-star distinction.

“We are excited to embark on this next year with a completely brand-new outdoor playground structure installed recently, complete with gorgeous permanent shade structures and expanded sandboxes,” said Director Stacy Nick. “We are truly blessed to be able to offer our children such state-of-the-art outdoor play opportunities, coupled with our hands-on, research-based curriculum and enhanced learning options within our community.”

"CNSCC is an integral part of so many families with young children’s lives as it’s their first school experience during these key formative years in their development. I am proud to support our professional and nurturing staff in carrying out our school’s ministry and best practices which fully prepare our students for Kindergarten, while fostering a life-long love of learning and appropriate social skills,” said Kristen Mider, CNSCC School Board President.

Grow NJ Kids is a rigorous, research-based rating program administered by the New Jersey Departments of Children and Families, Education, Health, and Human Services. It offers child care and early learning programs access to training, professional development, staff scholarships for continuing education and targeted technical assistance. Professional raters visit a program to review quality standards, and program participants receive ratings by meeting an extensive list of quality benchmarks.

CNSCC is located at 108 Eastman Street, Cranford. For more information visit https://www.calvarycranford.com/ or https://www.facebook.com/CNSCC/, or call 908-272-3962.

Contact Information
  1. Stacy Nick
  2. 908-272-3962
  3. calvarynscc@verizon.net
Sat, January 25
10:00 am — 12:00 pm
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CRANFORD -- Calvary Nursery School & Child Care (CNSCC), is beginning registration in January for the 2020-21 School Year. The new school year begins in September 2020 and it will be the programs 27th year of providing high-quality early childhood care and education for children ages 2 ½-6 years old. New families are welcome to tour the program and register during their Open House on ...

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