Join us on a virtual tour of the newly designed and renovated facility here!

Keuka Lake School  (KLS) is an early childhood program for children with and without developmental delays from 18 months to 5 years old. Through a partnership with the Penn Yan Central School District, a 3 Pre-Kindergarten and Universal Pre-Kindergarten program is offered at the Keuka Lake School. The Keuka Lake School is located within it's own new facility at 240 North Avenue.

 

Keuka Lake School was established in 1985 and the program has grown substantially in the years since then. Our staff consists of New York State dual-certified special education/general education teachers, speech pathologists, occupational therapists, a physical therapist, a school psychologist, a registered nurse, and well as several support staff.


Keuka Lake School offers a variety of services, which can be provided in the child’s home, daycare, preschool or at KLS. Services available include the initial evaluation, special education, universal pre-kindergarten, occupational therapy, physical therapy, speech therapy, psychology, and nursing. Services are offered during the regular school year as well as during a six-week summer program.


The Keuka Lake School provides services to children in Yates, Ontario, Schuyler and Steuben Counties as well as several school districts located in these counties. 


The Keuka Lake School is licensed and regulated by the New York State Education Department and the Office of Children and Family Services.

 

Early Help Makes a Difference:


Some children develop their skills more quickly than others. Normally, children catch up with each other at some point; however, there are children who need extra assistance to catch up with their peers. Early help can make a difference.

 

There may be other concerns that you have about your child's development. Your child may need help if he or she:

 

- Seems very limp or very stiff when picked up

- Does not react to sudden sounds or voices by three months
- Does not make sounds by three months
- Does not follow moving objects with his or her eyes by three months
- Does not raise his or her head when lying on stomach by three months
- Does not laugh, smile or "babble" by six months
- Does not sit unassisted by 10 months
- Does not walk unassisted by 18 months
- Cannot repeat spoken words by 18 months


If you are concerned or would like additional information about the Keuka Lake School, please call 315-694-7676.

 

Contact Us Today.

Keuka Lake School Preschool & Before/After School Care

Keuka Lake School has openings for full & half day daycare for children aged 18 months- 5 years, and before/after school care for school-aged children.

Full Day Daycare

$170.00 per week

$85 per week each additional child

Half Day Daycare

$95.00 per week

$47.50 per week each additional child

Before and After School Care

$50.00 per week

$25.00 per week for each additional child

All meals provided (breakfast, lunch, snack)
Hourly billing will be based on parent sign-in/out times
 

For more information call (315) 694-7676 or e-mail dfabriscoon@arcofyates.org

Recent News

Letter from the President and CEO

Daniele Lyman

  • 23 March 2016
  • Author: Anonym
  • Number of views: 8799
  • 0 Comments
Daniele LymanMarch is a busy month for the Arc of Yates as we celebrate National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, launch our 2016 Membership Campaign, and plan for a busy summer of fundraising events.

 

National Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month, celebrated across the country in March, is a valuable reminder that people with disabilities are valuable, contributing members of our community who have much to offer and a desire to participate.

DRIVE ends expriential learning period at Cumming Nature Center with special event and tour

The students of DRIVE spent the month of January volunteering at the South Bristol nature center

  • 23 March 2016
  • Author: Anonym
  • Number of views: 7391
  • 0 Comments
While many of their fellow Keuka College classmates traveled home for winter break, participants in the D.R.I.V.E. Program moved their experiential learning 45-minutes away to Cumming Nature Center.  The South Bristol nature center played host to the 26 students who participated in classes, volunteered at the welcome desk, and completed maintenance and small-scale construction projects.

Arc of Yates receives grant for Electronic Health Records

The grant from the Office of Mental Health is for $49,000.

  • 17 March 2016
  • Author: Anonym
  • Number of views: 7775
  • 0 Comments

The Arc of Yates was notified this week that they have been awarded a grant in the amount of $49,842.  The Non-Profit Behavioral Health/Developmental Disability Providers Health Information Technology Investment Program grant was awarded through the New York State Office of Mental Health and will be used to implement an Electronic Health Records system for the Agency.

KLS Students Eat Well, Play Hard

  • 8 March 2016
  • Author: Anonym
  • Number of views: 5379
  • 0 Comments
Students at Keuka Lake School have been participating in the Eat Well, Play Hard program, featuring weekly lessons in nutrition, exercise, and healthy habits. In one lesson students were exposed to new food.

 

RSS
First10111213141516171819

ArcChronicles Sign-up

Sign-up to receive our informational mailings.

Captcha: What is 7+3?

Our Location

235 North Avenue 
Penn Yan, NY 14527

 (315) 536-7447
 info@arcofyates.org 
 www.arcofyates.org