WPCC has tremendously helped our daughter. It was very challenging to find an inclusive environment that was going to help her continue to develop in areas where she is experiencing some delays. We researched schools all over the county and we are so glad that a friend referred us to this organization. The teachers and the staff are fantastic. They are very easy to work with and they go above and beyond to ensure that your child succeeds. It’s been wonderful to watch our daughter blossom.
Mother of 2011 graduate
The WPCC teachers took in my special needs child, showering him with love and challenges as they built a warm relationship with my typical developing daughter, understanding the challenges she faced in her life. Years later, I see the same attention and support with my youngest attending. What an amazing feeling to know all my kids have been and continue to be safe, challenged, and above all- HAPPY!
Past WPCC Parent and Asst. Principal in WCPSS
Isabella has thrived in her 3 years at White Plains Children’s Center. She is excited to go to “school” every day and see teachers and peers. Isabella has become a confident child with a love of learning. I attribute Isabella’s success to the great leadership and to the dedicated teaching staff. If I ever have children in the future they will attend WPCC as well. Isabella and I both love the environment and the attitudes of the staff.
Mother of 2012 graduate
My son has been at White Plains Children’s Center since he was 12 months old. He is now 4 and going into his last year at preschool. He loves going to school and we feel this reflects on the kind of care he receives at White Plains. The staff knows all of the children – even if they are not the child’s teacher – and there is an atmosphere of caring and support at the school.
Mother of 2012 graduate
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