we hope that each child will develop a basic understanding of God’s love,

God’s Word, and the principles of Christian living. Our teachers, assistants,

and aides must comply with the PA Department of Human Services' regulations regarding such things as education, annual training (including Pediatric First-Aid), and background checks.  


Striving for Excellence


  • We are licensed by the PA Department of Human Services
  • We have a degreed/trained teaching staff
  • We havtrained and experienced Assistants/Aides
  • Our yearly staff training hours are above state requirements
  • Parents receive daily progress notes for Infant/Toddler Rooms
  • Parents receive weekly progress Notes for Pre-School, and Pre-K Rooms
  • Parents receive weekly Parent Information Sheets
  • We have Individual Evaluations and Conferences provided 2/year
  • Computers are available for Pre-School Ages & older
  • We have a Security System
  • We have a fenced-in playground
  • Milk and snacks are included in the tuition.



We are proud to be a STAR 2 Center.




Testimonies

"We love how much our kids are loved by everyone at Riverview. You can feel it the second you walk into the building." Read more...

Our Hours

RCELC is open from 6:30am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday all year. Watch our calendar for holidays and teacher inservice days. 

Call the school office to confirm enrollment space is available and then fill out the required forms on the Enrollment Page of this website.

How We Teach


The Teacher’s Role

At RCELC, teachers are committed to providing care and early education in a loving and nurturing way.  They work hard to provide a healthy, safe, and home-like environment. Teachers guide children’s learning and assess their progress in order to plan for the individual needs of each child. This will promote the acquisition of knowledge and seeds will be planted. Teachers understand the importance of providing lots of hands-on learning activities to explore the world that God made. Our goal is to help children grow and blossom into young people of character and integrity, the person God created them to be.


How Young Children Learn

Play is the primary vehicle that children use to explore their world. This exploration needs to be offered in an intentionally planned environment that is developmentally and culturally appropriate. Children learn most when they are provided with hands-on learning activities and materials that stimulate exploration through the use of many senses.


Early Education

Our teachers use the “Creative Curriculum” which streamlines assessment, reporting, and program planning. We want to help your little one become excited about learning. Our desire is to provide a quality early learning program for all children attending RCELC. We want to emphasize the basic skills of learning while complying with the directives from our regulating agencies. We also consider it a privilege to be able to provide a spiritual foundation for the children who attend RCELC. As our teachers display Christ-like attitudes and behaviors, 

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