The subsidized child care program helps qualifying families pay their child care tuition. The state and federal governments fund this program, which is managed by the Early Learning Resource Center (ELRC) office.
If you meet the guidelines:
The ELRC will pay a part of your child care cost. This is called a subsidy payment.
You will pay a part of the cost. This is called the family co-pay.
The subsidy payment and the family co-pay go directly to the child care program.
NOTE: If your child care subsidy does not pay the full amount that your child care program charges, the provider may ask you to pay the difference between the subsidy payment and their private charges.
PA Infant Toddler Contracted Slots Program
We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded twelve enrollment slots for the commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Infant Toddler Contracted Slots Program for 2020.
At this time, we have one opening for either an infant or a toddler in this program.
Last year, $2 million of federal funding was utilized to fund a pilot program serving Child Care Works eligible infants and toddlers via contracted slots. The Governor’s 2019-20 budget includes $15 million to expand the Infant Toddler Contracted Slots program to serve more eligible children. The Infant Toddler Contracted Slots Program builds upon the already established infrastructure of the Pennsylvania Pre-K Counts (PA PKC) Program model. PA PKC has been in existence since 2007 and provides high quality pre-kindergarten services to eligible children. Building an infant toddler focused program with established PA PKC programs will allow continued focus on quality programming while building strong transitions from infant-toddler to pre-kindergarten classrooms.
Once Upon A Time Early Learning Center
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday 6:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m
Trinity North's school bus stops at our center. Effective for the 2019-2020 school year, we will only be accepting School Age students from Trinity North Elementary school.