Hively Landscapes donated a tree to the York Day Nursery in honor of Arbor Day. Children assisted with the planting by adding topsoil in the new Nature Center at York Day Nursery.
Catherine Repman, Executive Director and Jennifer Holder, OT lead teacher, received the White Rose Award at the annual York Area Association for the Education of Young Children – Week of the Young Child recognition banquet held on April 14.
At the annual York Area Association for the Education of Young Children – Week of the Young Child recognition banquet,
three staff members were recognized for Outstanding Early Children Education Professionals: Jessica Warner, Migdalia Reyes and Wilnet Rivera. Congratulations ladies!
Jeff Bollinger of Hively Nurseries, meets with driver from Penn Dutch Structures to receive Nature Classroom Shed to be added to the newly created J. William Warehime Nature Center at YDN. The garden shed was constructed by students from the York County School of Technology under the supervision of teacher Joe Hudak.
Thank you Jack Giambalvo for making our capital campaign a great success!
Ribbon Cutting ceremony held on November 4 to honor the J. William Warehime Foundation. The nature center is still under construction.
York Day Nursery held ceremony to celebrate completion of the Helen Pfaltzgraff Appell Center
York Day Nursery, Inc.
450 East Philadelphia Street
York, PA 17403
Director: Catherine Repman
Assistant Director: Lisa Rumsey
YDN is committed to providing a high quality safe, secure, and nurturing environment that is vital for the healthy development of every young child. The needs and interests of each child are the basis for classroom learning experiences, whether a child is six weeks old or four years of age.
YDN strongly believes that each child is unique and possesses unlimited potential. Thus we strive to create wonderful learning environments that encourage children “to be all they can be.” Through play in multi-cultural classrooms with well-trained educators, children explore their world at their own pace, discover how to cooperate and problem solve, try out new ideas, develop language, math and motor skills, build confidence to attempt new and different activities. This stimulating environment is designed to develop the total child—emotionally, socially, physically, and intellectually.
YDN is also committed to building a strong family and center partnership in order to provide the highest quality of care and early education for all our young children. Families are encouraged to become involved at the YDN on many different levels.