2018-2019 DAILY SPACES ARE LIMITED!
We are filling up fast! Please call and speak with a staff member for availability.
Early Release Day
There are only a handful of spots left, please call for availability.
We are excited to share with you new changes for Middle School program for next year – not only are we lowering our Middle School rates, we’ll be adding curriculum to prepare them for being home alone like what to do in an emergency and basic first aid too!
What to do about early release days? PAL will be open 11:25am-6:00pm, ask us for more information!
What is PAL?
Parents Alternative to Latchkey (PAL) is a fully licensed and independent before and after childcare program operating in the York Public school district. PAL’s goal is to provide a safe, comfortable and nurturing environment. Our staff uses positive reinforcement and encourages the children to respect one another and are fully trained in CPR/First Aid.
Our MissionParent’s Alternative to Latchkey provides safe and affordable before and after school care to local working families.
“Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury it is a necessity.”….. Kay Redfield Jamison, Contemporary American Professor of Psychiatry
Parent’s need to know and feel that their children are safe and well cared for while they are working. It is our philosophy that on top of safe, quality care, children need to be treated with respect and welcomed into a positive environment with open arms.
To help children learn and grow while following their individual interests and needs.
To engage with every child in a caring and positive manner and to focus on cultivating four core values
To provide parents with a secure, safe, and happy place for their children
Parent Involvement Philosophy
We believe that building strong relationships with families is the best way to meet the individual needs of the children in our program. You are the expert on your child and we encourage you to participate in their care through involvement in our parent board, sharing your families’ traditions and culture, volunteering, fundraising, visiting the program, and attending family orientated events.