St. John's has a lot of unique and fun experiences for the children. They run a Cafe, create lesson plans, and plan large events for the center. They always have inventive art and science projects which encourage children to think outside the box. Cooking projects are another key aspect of daily life at St. John's, you never know what the children and staff are making for snack! Watch out for our games designed for team competition and individual challenges. These games are derived from some of the most popular shows on TV, such as Survivor or the Amazing Race.
By providing a variety of activities, our program offers enriching, relaxing, fun-oriented experiences. We always keep in mind that children are unique and develop at varying intervals. We encourage each child to use his/her potential and we provide new experiences for growth. It is our purpose to help each child develop to the best of his/her individual ability and to provide an atmosphere in which the child can learn to share and be a supportive member of a team.
Please contact our office for our fees at 410-751-3700
ABC Care welcomes Miss Maddie Scott as the new Director at St. John School ABC Care site. Ms. Maddie recently received her AA degree in Teacher Education with an emphasis in School Age Child Care from Carroll Community College. She was on staff as an Assistant Director at both Westminster Elementary ABC Care and Sacred Heart ABC Care site last school year. While at Westminster Elementary ABC Care, Ms. Maddie served as part of the Accreditation Team helping them to obtain National Accreditation. Ms. Maddie began her employment with ABC Care as an Assistant at our St. John's site in 2007. Most recently, Ms. Maddie served as Assistant Director at our Westminster Summer Camp. She has also worked at both our Worthington Valley Swim Camp and our Eldersburg Adventure Camp. Ms. Maddie is very excited to return to St. John's ABC Care.
This Location Meets NAA Standards
The NAA Standards for School-Age Quality specifically address the indicators of quality programs reflected in current research. Examples include meeting the developmentally different needs of youth, 5-14 years, involving children and youth in program planning, providing positive interactions between children and youth and adults, and ensuring a safe and challenging environment for children and youth in and out of school time.
ABC Care Center - St. John
45 Monroe Street
Westminster, MD 21157
Serving Faith Christian, East Middle, West Middle, Cranberry Station and William Winchester Families! AM Services provided for Carroll Lutheran and Runnymede.
6:30 am until school begins
School dismissal until 6:30 pm
Center Wish List:
Stadium for Bay Blades
Jumbo tennis ball
Finger skate boards
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