Child Development Center 2018-01-10T12:16:30+00:00

Our philosophy centers on addressing all aspects of a child’s development: cognitive, social, emotional, physical and spiritual.  Within the atmosphere of the Center, feelings of self-worth and respect for others are fostered through positive social interactions in a safe and nurturing environment.  Each child is viewed as an individual with his/her own unique needs and abilities.  Our program is designed to maximize each child’s potential.  Trained early childhood educators, working together with the child’s parents, offer a program of activities designed to meet all of the child’s needs. 

On average, our staff members have been with us for 8 years.  Staff members are trained in Pediatric CPR and first aid, have obtained their required clearances, and participate in ongoing professional development training.  Many of our staff members have educational backgrounds and degrees in the following areas: early childhood education, elementary education, special education, and child and family studies.

The Center operates daily, Monday-Friday from 7am-6pm, year-round and is open to any child, ages 6 weeks to 6 years, regardless of sex, race, creed, physical ability or national origin.

Meet Our Directors!

Amy Beiber
Amy BeiberDirector
Amy attended Duquesne University where she obtained bachelor’s degrees in both Early Childhood Education and Elementary Education. She went on to obtain her master’s degree in Special Education from Duquesne University, as well. Amy has been with Northmont since 2006 and began fulfilling the role of Director in August 2012.
Jen Settelmaier
Jen SettelmaierAssistant Director
Jen attended La Roche College where she obtained a bachelor’s degree in Elementary Education with a minor in Special Education. Jen has been with Northmont since 2006 and began fulfilling the role of Assistant Director in August 2012.