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From 83 South, take Exit 18 onto Mt. Rose Avenue Merge onto Mt. Rose Avenue Turn left onto Hill Street (Mack’s Homemade Ice Cream is on the right hand corner) Turn slight left onto Hollywood Drive Turn right onto Southern Road York Suburban-Valley View is on the corner of Southern Road and Valley View Drive. Enter through door number 3. If you reach Glendale you’ve traveled too far.

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York Suburban Early Learning - Valley View

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Our Curriculum

Creates developmentally appropriate educational environments that empower children to be confident, successful, lifelong learners.

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"If all leaders demonstrated the respect, confidence, and compassion that we’ve experienced at your school, we would live in a much better world."

World at their Fingertips

Our curriculum, The World at Their Fingertips, provides intentional guidance and rich experiences that build upon individual strengths and talents. With our child development professionals at their sides, children at Bright Horizons are assured of getting the care that they need, the creative learning experiences they enjoy, and the intellectually challenging opportunities they deserve.

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Learning at Home

Beach in a Bottle

You Will Need:

A trip to the beach, lake or creek, and supplies: plastic bottle, super glue, permanent marker, and a label

Directions:

Have your child fill the bottle with sand and water from the beach, along with his favorite sea shells or small pieces of driftwood. Seal the top using super glue (keep the glue out of your child’s reach and let the bottle dry before using it with him). Label with the date and location of your outing.

Tip:

At the beach, enjoy searching for “just the right” seashells. Ask your child, “Will a large one fit in your bottle?”; “How many do we need?”;  “Could a fish live in your bottle?”; “How much sand do we need?”; “Where does the sand come from?”; “Is the sand the same at all beaches?”

Try to stay away from seaweed and other living plants, since they are perishable and will rot after a while. Or, set the expectation that you’ll have a “throw-away” bottle that can only be used for a set amount of time.


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Parent Involvement

We partner with families to provide children the most enriching personal growth experience balanced with a superior education. We welcome and encourage families to participate in the many opportunities we offer to join our school community. At Bright Horizons, we live the notion that “it takes a village to raise a child”, and our inclusive attitude toward our families reflects our belief that together we create outstanding individuals and exemplary world citizens.

A few ways to be involved include:

Volunteering