The following programs are open for preschool and child care: Arcola, Brooke Grove, Garrett Park, Kensington/Forest Glen, Weller Road and Park Street.
Before and After School child care enrollment for the 2022-2023 MCPS fall school year is now open at the following locations: Arcola Elementary, Beverly Farms Elementary, Brooke Grove, Greenwood Elementary and Jones Lane Elementary. For more information contact us with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Adventures for summer 2022 programs are now accepting enrollment for locations at Beverly Farms Ivymount, Brooke Grove and Park Street.
We continue to follow the Maryland State Department of Education (MSDE), Division of Early Childhood (DEC), Office of Child Care (OCC) guidance related to child care programs during this COVID-19 pandemic and local Montgomery County, Maryland guidance.
We encourage all families to continue to follow the Center of Disease Control (CDC) guidance on how to stay safe during this public health crisis. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html Provided below are resources that can help guide parents about how to talk with young children about COVID-19 and ensure that children know how to stop the spread of germs.
MCCA’s specific COVID-19 guidance for both preschool and school age children are also provided below. Please contact us with any questions at email@example.com
To start the enrollment process email firstname.lastname@example.org
MCCA has been recognized by the Maryland State Legislature for its commitment to Montgomery County issued a quality programs and special needs child care Proclamation in 2016 to MCCA for its commitment to Montgomery County child care for more than 50 years. MCCA was also selected as a 2018 nonprofit finalist for a MOXIE Award for boldness and innovation
MCCA is the oldest nonprofit licensed child care provider in Montgomery County and started its work in 1968 as a Community Action Project of the War on Poverty. Recognizing the need for quality child care programs in their neighborhoods, a group of local activists formed an association to establish centers in Montgomery County that would serve a diverse population and establish high standards for child care. Now, more than 50 years later, MCCA’s dedicated and expertly trained staff continue their tradition of providing high quality child care and play-based education for children.
Families with school aged children who can afford their child care expenses during the school year often struggle to afford the all-day programs they need when school is out for the summer. The Richard Krampf Summer Adventures Scholarship Fund was established to help provide children a safe and stimulating place to spend their weeks when school is out. Please contact an MCCA Director for details on how to apply.