Emergency Daycare *Updated 3/30/2020

Emergency Daycare *updated 3/30/2020


March 23, 2020

Dear Pavilion Families,
In our district, we have a number of locally approved daycare providers. Contact information and available slots are as follows:

 

A Place to Grow 

Acacia L. Harding

(585) 409-5588
11137 Buckman Road, Pavilion, NY 14525

Ages 6 weeks - 2 years: 1 slot on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Ages 2 years - 4 years: 2 slots on Monday, 1 slot on Tuesday and 3 slots on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

Ages 5 years - 12 years: 3 slots on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and 4 slots on Wednesday and Friday

 

 

Gibney, Jennifer 

(585) 300-3996
7300 Morrow Road, Pavilion, NY 14525

10 slots available

 

 

 

Park, Kathy 

(585) 813-5295
10114 Hartwell Road, Pavilion, NY 14525

5-10 slots per day, depending on the day

 

 

A Home Away From Home

Beth O’Shea

993-2985

9896 Lake Road Pavilion, NY

10 slots on Monday, Tuesday and Friday, 7 slots on Wednesday and 5 slots on Thursday (These numbers will vary depending on whether or not the student is school age and parent needs and varies by age group.)

 

Pavilion Central School district has also partnered with Kelly’s Imagination Station, 80 Union St. Batavia, NY 14020.  585-343-0990 to provide childcare to residents who are essential health care workers and first responders.

Another resource to match your childcare needs is Community Action of Orleans & Genesee County.  Please contact Taryn Moyle, Child Care Resource Manager, 585-589-5088 or tmoyle@caoginc.org

Essential health care workers may include health professionals such as physicians, nurse practitioner, physicians’ assistants, registered nurses, LPN’s, CNA’s, and laboratory personnel.  First responders may include paramedics, emergency medical technicians, police officers, and firefighters.

Credentials for employment as an essential health care worker or first responder may be requested upon enrollment.

Link to the Parent Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/3HSNNYJ

If you are a parent or caregiver who needs child care, please complete this parent need for child care survey. Based on the information you provide about your job, employer, number of children, and financial need, OCFS may be able to help you find the child program you need. It may be a challenge to find child care due to COVID-19 related program closures, however the staff at OCFS are trying their best to support families to find the high quality child care that they need.



Sincerely,

Kenneth J. Ellison

Superintendent