Brewerton Community Child Care offers care for toddlers aged 18-36 months. Toddlers are beginning to develop self esteem, friendships and curiosity. At BCCC we help develop and nurture these skills through our weekly themed curriculum and a safe, supportive environment. Your toddler’s day will be filled with a variety of hands-on experiences and developmentally appropriate activities to help them build their confidence in their cognitive, social, physical and emotional abilities.
In addition, Brewerton Community Child Care’s participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) allows us to provide your child with a healthy and delicious breakfast, lunch and snack.
Brewerton Community Child Care (BCCC) is proud to offer families in the Brewerton area and surrounding community child care for their children, aged 6 weeks to 12 years.
BCCC is a registered, non-profit organization that has been serving families as a day care facility since 2012. Brewerton Community Child Care is excited to announce the "Get Set for School" curriculum, a division of Handwriting Without Tears, as part of our preschool program. In addition, BCCC offers before and after school programs with options for school holiday and summer programming, as well.
Contact Beth Chiasson at (315) 668-7444 to inquire about scheduling your tour to reserve your spot today! Or use the form on this page and someone will contact you.
Brewerton Community Child Care offers care for infants aged 6 weeks-18 months. At BCCC we understand that infants grow and learn every day. We pride ourselves on providing a “home away from home” environment that is safe,nurturing, and designed for exploration and new discoveries.
Brewerton Community Child Care offers a preschool program within the child care setting, for children aged 3-5 years (5 year olds must NOT be eligible for Kindergarten).
BCCC is excited to offer “Get Set for School,” in association with the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum! Paired with our caring, nurturing environment, the Get Set for School curriculum assists your preschool child in building the confidence they need in their social, cognitive, and emotional abilities. Get Set for School helps build a foundation for reading & readiness, language & literacy and numbers & math that will prepare them for their future schooling.
In addition, Brewerton Community Child Care’s participation in the Child and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) allows us to provide your child with a healthy and delicious breakfast, lunch and snack
Please submit the following form if you would like to be contacted regarding our Child Care Program