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Lois Bronz Children's Center Offers Unique Child Vision Programs

Artwork from a student at the Lois Bronz Children's Center.
Artwork from a student at the Lois Bronz Children's Center. Photo Credit: Lois Bronz Children's Center Facebook

GREENBURGH, N.Y. -- The Lois Bronz Children's Center, the first child care center of its kind in Westchester County, has been serving children since 1966. The center is located in a town owned building at 30 Manhattan Ave. in White Plains.

The center currently serves 155 children. The board of directors has increased and the members are fully committed to the continuous growth of the center.

Three years ago, the center changed its slogan and brand to the "Genius Child Vision" to demonstrate that they are focused on developing the Genius in Every Child.

Workers at the center have integrated an interactive and creative curriculum to encompass a love of reading, math and science to help prepare our children for Kindergarten and beyond.

Although the Center continues to streamline administrative overhead costs, it has recently been able to offer children and families additional services, including an infant room that has been up and running for several months.

The Lois Bronz Children's Center welcomes 6-week-olds to 12-year-olds and will provide an array of activities like gymnastics, swimming, tennis, artist in residence and trips to enhance the educational hands on experiences for students.

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