Area Families May Qualify for Child Care Funding to Attend Heritage
Families who qualify for government-funded educational programs such as Head Start may be eligible for assistance to receive child care at Heritage Christian Preschool. Families who meet qualifications through Stark County Department of Job and Family Services may receive significant tuition offsets for their child care needs.
Parents who desire a safe, loving, Christian environment for their children will find that Heritage Christian Preschool is an excellent and affordable alternative to other child care options.
"At Heritage, children receive a unique, Christian curriculum-based foundation to prepare them for pre-kindergarten or kindergarten," said Lisa Rotondo, Preschool Director. "If you desire more for your child than 'babysitting', you should call us and let us show you how we can make a difference in your child's daily learning."
Heritage offers child care and preschool for kids ages 3 to 5 between the hours of 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. The Heritage child care and preschool program for three-year-olds is so successful that nearly every student who attended last year has returned this fall. Heritage Christian Preschool is a place "Where Kids Love to Learn and Learn to Love."
“I imagine that we have parents drive by our school and say, ‘I can’t afford to send my child to a Christian school,’” said Mrs. Rotondo. “However, the reality is that if they are eligible for certain government programs, they may qualify to attend Heritage. I hope those parents call me to find out more.”