Sunshine Kids is licensed by the Department of Human Services and the Department of Labor and Industry. We are also a Keystone Stars Participant. Sunshine Kids has earned a STAR 3 quality rating with Keystone Stars.
All centers provide van transportation to/from all area schools. See individual center pages for more information.
All of our centers are completely locked. Parents can only gain access with a key fob. Each room and some outside spaces have cameras in them. Children can only be picked up by people designated by parents and written on their emergency contact form.
Sunshine Kids is dedicated to providing care in a safe, nuturing, fun, and educational environment. It is our goal to help children realize their full potentials throughout their Early Childhood years, while allowing parents and guardians to feel confident and secure with the care their children are recieving.
Sunshine Kids will be CLOSED November 28th and 29th!
Sunshine Kids is now hiring!
If you have any questions, please email one of our management staff!
Emails are located on each centers page.
Admissions. the provisions of services, and referrals of enrollments to Sunshine Kids shall be made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English Proficiency), age or sex.
The Finleyville and Eighty Four locations are partnered with Community Action Southwest as certified Early Head Start Facilities. For more information please visit here.
Sunshine Kids participates in the Child and Adult Care Food Program. Sunshine Kids will provide breakfast, lunch, and two snacks daily, including 1% milk and juice, to all children over the age of 12 months at no additional charge. Menus will be posted for all parents to review. All meals meet the requirements of the Pennsylvania Food Administration.
Parents Choice Brand Infant Formula will be provided for all infants. Parents Choice and Gerber brand baby cereal and and/or baby fruits and vegatables will also be provided for all children under 12 months of age who wish to participate.
If parents wish for their child(ren) to be given alternate foods, drinks, formula, or breast milk, they are asked to please provide it for the center.
All meals serviced to children under the Child and Adult Care Food Program are served at no separate charge regardless of race. color, national origin, sex, age, or disability. There is no discrimination in admission policy, meal service, or the use of our facility.
Any complaints of nondiscrimination should be submitted in writing within 180 days of the incident to the USDA Director, Office of Civil Rights, Washington, D.C., 20250.