Full- and half-day sessions are available with both programs.
WARREN -- The Rebecca Williams Community Center is enrolling infants, toddlers and preschoolers for its two day-care programs.
Washington Center Daycare is taking applications for the infant/toddler program serving children ages six weeks to 30 months. The center at 2609 Draper St. S.E. operates from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Full- and half-day sessions are available. Teen parents in all Warren city middle and high schools are eligible for enrollment of their children. Transportation will be provided for those students and children.
Applications from the public will be accepted if space is available. For registration information or other questions, call Cathy Phillips at (330) 369-2561.
Ages 2 to 5
Wee School is accepting applications for the toddler-preschooler program serving children ages 2 to 5 years. The program, located at 421 Main Ave. S.W., operates from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Full- and half-day sessions are available.
Transportation is available for children enrolled in Wee School. Call Julie Clinkscale at (330) 399-8931, ext. 25 for more information.
The centers provide safe and secure environments with developmentally-appropriate activities for the infants and children and enable parents to continue their education or continue working.
Child-care assistance is available for working parents and students who are income eligible through the Department of Job and Family Services. Scholarships may be available to those who qualify.
The Rebecca Williams Community Center receives support and funding from United Way of Trumbull County, Trumbull Lifelines and community foundations.