2547 E. Tremont Ave. Bronx, NY 10461
Celebrating 48 years of quality early childcare services to the Bronx
Westchester Tremont Day Care Center, Inc. (WTDCC) is a fully funded Group Day Care, located in the Parkchester section of the Bronx, serving 90 children between the ages of 2.0 and 5.0 years. Our Center is multi-ethnic, multi-racial, and multi-cultural, thus representing the vast array of children whom we serve. Recent statistics show that the Bronx has 29% foreign born as compared to 20.4% citywide. The majority of children attending our Center are Afro American, Eastern European, Indian, Pakistani, Arab and Latino.
We are licensed by the DOH (Department of Health) and are funded through the Administration for Child Services (ACS), NYS CACFP (Child and Adult Food Program) and we have an active partnership with the DOE (Department of Education) for our FREE Universal Pre-K Program.
WTDCC is overseen by an energetic and competent Board of Directors and, most especially, a dynamic and caring staff, some who have been a part of the Center for decades. Our Center has active parent involvement initiatives and community activities that allow us to remain responsive to the community and the needs of the children whom we serve.
We have an active PAC (Parent Advisory Committee) whose officers work in concert with our Director to ensure a quality early learning program for your child.
Stop in anytime for a FREE Tour of our Center and A FREE Application
TODDLER, Preschool and Universal Pre-K Program! Limited space available.
Congratulations to Joshua from Room 4A on his magnificent masterpiece replica of the "Empire State Building"! Joshua shared very specific details about his structure and was able to articulate how the elevator's of his building work, how the lights on top of the structure shine, how the doors open for people to enter and exit and how proud he is of his work. Joshua scored in the 99th percentile on the DOE's Gifted and Talented Program for Kindergarten. He wants to be an artist and athlete when he grows up. His classmates gave him a BIG BRAVO to recognize his talent.