STONY CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTER (CDC)
Monday - Friday, 6am-6pm
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Child, Youth & School (CYS) Services
Stony CDC, Bldg. 1207, West Point , NY
Front Desk (845) 938-4798
Lee Area CYS Facility, School Age Center & Strong Beginnings, Bldg. 140,
West Point, NY
Front Desk (845) 938-8530
Annette Bell, Facility Director
Assistant Director, Vacant
Allison Cabrera, Assistant Director
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• CDC Hourly Care
Hourly Care available from
8am-5pm, Monday - Friday
Same day reservations can be made at any time. All other reservations can be made by calling the front desk between 10am-2pm.
Full Day Care
Monday -Friday, 6:00am - 5:30pm
The full day program located at the Stony Child Development Center, includes center based services that meet the needs of working parents requiring childcare services 5 through 11 hours per day for children ages 6 weeks to 5 years on a regularly scheduled basis. Fees are based on total Family income. To enroll in Child, Youth & School Services, please call (845) 938-4458/0939.
Part-Day Preschool Classes
September - May
Monday-Friday, 9am - 12pm
The program is designed to positively promote the 4 areas of child development, social/emotional, physical, cognitive and language, through exploration, experience and fun.
The Part-Day Preschool year begins in September and ends in May. Please contact the Parent Central Office at (845) 938-4458/0939 for more information on enrolling in this program.
Schools of Knowledge, Inspiration, Exploration & Skills (SKIES)
Most SKIES classes are offered at the Lee Area CYS Facility, building 140. See the SKIES Instructional portion of the CYS Serviceswebsite for more information about SKIES Classes
Strong Beginnings (pre-k)
at the Lee CYS Facility, Bldg. 140
Strong Beginnings is a program designed to prepare children to be successful to enter school. Curriculum focuses on the social, emotional, and physical
development of children; and equips them with basic academics and "Kindergarten Classroom Etiquette" skills to enhance "school readiness".
The Strong Beginnings program is 8:30-11:30am with "wrap around care" 6am-5:30pm.