Daycare in Downingtown PA

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Teach & Learn Day School

 

Teach & Learn Day School is open

Monday – Friday from 6:00am – 6:30pm. 

We accept children from Infant – 8th grade.  We also serve two snacks and a nutritional lunch throughout the day. We pride ourselves in offering daily instruction that is educationally enriching and age-appropriate.  Each classroom teacher builds onto the curriculum taught in the previous class. Children are introduced to a new theme weekly.  

The children are taught all the basics along with Sign Language, Spanish, Safety Lessons and Character Education. Michelle and Joann make sure the lesson plans are enriching to include all the above as well as fine and gross motor skill development, social skills, music and movement. They are read at least two – three books a day to enhance their language and cognitive development.

 

 

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Commercial Cleaning Company in Chester County

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There are many cleaning companies in the Philadelphia area but the one that stands out above the rest is Naves Cleaning. Naves Cleaning has been around the Chester County area for many years servicing the mainline, Montgomery county, Berks County and the surrounding areas. They handle a variety of cleaning services from commercial cleaning and residential cleaning to restoration services.

 

One of their specialties is carpet cleaning as well as hard for cleaning. They offer a variety of services and the cleaning industry as well as their friendly service. Be sure to check their specials that they run monthly so that you get the best deals for cleaning that you can.

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Here is a little bit about them from their website

Nave’s cleaning services have been in business since 1997. We are an IICRC certified company. We have been satisfying many commercial and residential customers in the tri-state area.

Our mission at Nave’s cleaning service is to give you our best service with a competitive price. We believe in treating your home or commercial facility like it’s our own. We guarantee our workmanship and we try to do what we say with professionalism from the minute we walk in the door. Your home or facility will look cleaner or brighter than it has in years, and you will still have paint on your walls. We have many references upon request from happy commercial and residential customers.

 

We provide the following services:

Janitorial Cleaning Services

Commercial Cleaning

Building Maintenance

Dayporter Clearning Service

Carpet Cleaning

Floor Cleaning

– Cubical Fabric Cleaning

Upholstery Cleaning

– Unit Turnover Cleaning

Common Area Carpet Cleaning

Duct/Dryer Vent Cleaning

– Construction Cleanup

– Strip and Wax Service

Residential Carpet Cleaning

– Construction Clean up

– Window Cleaning

– Leather Cleaning

24 Hour Water Restoration

Marble Polishing

Tile and Grout Cleaning

Slate Cleaning

 

 

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Power Washing In Chester County

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Website Design for Small Businesses in Chester County

One of my new clients is I Do Window & I Do Power Washing based in Limerick PA. They are a great family owned and operated business servicing the Chester County and Philadelphia area. They provide the best in Residential Window Cleaning and Commercial Window Cleaning. I helped them with building a brand new website to show case their Power Washing Services in Chester County.

 

I Do Power Washing

Our power washing in Chester County is done with a high capacity, heavy duty commercial machine, not something that can be bought at a big box store. Our well trained technicians employ a variety of techniques depending on the surface, and use a special solution that is eco, pet and human friendly to assist in heavily soiled cleaning.

Our power washing services are also available for commercial properties. We power wash many local school buildings, hospitals, storefronts, sidewalks and more, and are happy to take on any big or small commercial project.

As with our window cleaning, we are licensed, bonded and insured.

Check out our window cleaning website for more information on our company and what else we do!

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Website Design Company in Chester Springs PA

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Website  SEO Firm in Chester Springs PA

We provide the top marketing services and web design in the Chester Springs PA area.  Our specialty is helping small businesses with professional website design as the backbone of their marketing. From their our next step is to work on social media optimization as well as search engine management in conjunction with their brand-new website.

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Website Design Firm in West Chester PA

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Website Design Company in Parkesburg PA

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We provide the top marketing services and web design in the Parkesburg PA area. Our office is out of proximity café in Pottstown Pennsylvania. Our specialty is helping small businesses with professional website design as the backbone of their marketing. From their our next step is to work on social media optimization as well as search engine management in conjunction with their brand-new website.

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wo decades after Chester County’s only state champ, memories of 1996 Downingtown team live on

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By the time Downingtown arrived on the snow-framed field at Mansion Park in Altoona, the 1996 PIAA Championship was more of a culmination than a contest.

Those Whippets had been through so much, starting with a heartbreaking loss in the 1994 state final, to a rebuilding year in ’95 and a humbling loss to Allentown Central Catholic in the ’96 season opener.

A 49-14 win that December day against Woodland Hills was the exact moment the Whippets talked about after the ’94 loss and the pinnacle of a season still being revered today, 20 years later.

“The ’94 team established a work ethic and a belief in themselves that they could play at the highest level,” said Downingtown coach John Barr. “We said that day in the locker room that we were going to get back and we were going to win it. The kids who were on that team maintained that mentality and when we lost that first game (in ’96) it was a huge wakeup call because any loss from there and we were done. We came together and weren’t going to lose again and we weren’t even close to losing again.”

Downingtown coach John Barr looks on during the PIAA championship game against Woodland Hills. (AMY DRAGOO - DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

Downingtown coach John Barr looks on during the PIAA championship game against Woodland Hills. (AMY DRAGOO – DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

Barr’s Whippets were as dominant a team as the Ches-Mont has ever known, and still the league’s only state champ. During this Friday’s season finale showdown between Downingtown East and Downingtown West, the team will be honored and Barr will be the East-West honoree by the Downingtown High School Alumni Association.

“It feels like just yesterday and even now, 20 years later, it’s such an incredible experience that is so often on my mind and on the players’ minds,” Barr said.

It’s an experience undoubtably seared in the minds of the fans and the community, as well. The Whippets scored a remarkable 671 points in 15 games (41 more than the 2012 Coatesville team did in 16 games) and did so with an offense well ahead of its time.

“Coach Barr got us to buy in to be a team,” said star running back Arlen Harris. “We tried to be a team that bullied folks around and build a program that didn’t have to restart every year. Right away guys bought in and had a lot of pride in the tradition.”

Dan Ellis, the AP Player of the Year in Pennsylvania that season, was a dual-threat quarterback who was given the keys by Barr, literally, as he called nearly every play at the line of scrimmage. In the same backfield was future NFL-er Harris, who ran for over 2,000 yards as a junior in 1996.

“Having been in the situation of calling all the plays, when all else failed I could just hand the ball off to one of the best running backs in the state,” said Ellis, who is now the head coach at Great Valley. “We had five guys with 35 catches or so and we were very cutting edge, offensively. We were doing things no one else was doing.”

Downingtown coach John Barr and quarterback Dan Ellis go over strategy against Woodland Hills in the PIAA championship. (AMY DRAGOO - DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

Downingtown coach John Barr and quarterback Dan Ellis go over strategy against Woodland Hills in the PIAA championship. (AMY DRAGOO – DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

Barr and Ellis learned the offense from Bill Hart, the offensive coordinator at Bloomsburg University at the time. It took Ellis a year to master it in 1995, when Downingtown went 8-3 and missed the playoffs, but by the start of his senior season, he was like a high school version of Peyton Manning, with wheels.

“He was so proficient, even if a play backfired,” Barr said. “I knew whatever he saw, there was an opportunity there. He would explain to me what he saw without asking and why he called what he called.”

Many of the top Whippets played both ways, including Ellis, who started three years at outside linebacker. Imagine the top QB in the state also playing linebacker these days. The defense gave up over 17 points a game, but it hardly made a difference.

“There were times playing defense when the other team would score and in my head I knew it didn’t matter what they did because we were going to score,” said Fran Gregor, a senior fullback and linebacker. “There was such an air of confidence and you just felt comfortable all the time.”

Right off the bat, Allentown Central Catholic jolted the Whippets with a 48-25 defeat in the opener, making the remaining nine games do-or-die with only four teams qualifying for the District 1 playoffs.

The Whippets did not score fewer than 41 points the rest of the regular season, and by the time November rolled around, they were a buzzsaw.

“We played West Chester East first in the league, who was pretty good, but it wasn’t a game (42-14),” Gregor said. “Then we played Coatesville, and that’s always a big game, and it was the same thing (49-17). We ran right through them and we started feeling the momentum leading into the West Chester Henderson game for the Ches-Mont championship. It was built up as a huge game, but it ended up so one-sided (61-20) and really propelled us for the postseason.”

Downingtown's Arlen Harris picks up yardage during a 61-20 win over West Chester Henderson in the 1996 season finale. (AMY DRAGOO - DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

Downingtown’s Arlen Harris picks up yardage during a 61-20 win over West Chester Henderson in the 1996 season finale. (AMY DRAGOO – DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

Late in the season, Coatesville coach Jack Helm would go home and try to get some inside information from his son, Brad, an underclassman for the Whippets. Brad would just laugh and say ‘It doesn’t matter. You can’t stop it anyway.’

“They were the perfect storm,” Jack Helm said. “They had a combination of great players and also what we called company men that went mostly unsung, and they carried that team.”

Downingtown started the postseason with a 37-25 win over Central Bucks East before hosting Plymouth Whitemarsh at DiSerafino Stadium for the district championship.

It would prove to be the final challenge as the Whippets outlasted the Colonials, 39-36, with fans lining the fences on a frigid night.

“Of all the high school games I’ve been in or coached in, that game was the most intense game I’ve been a part of,” Ellis said. “We hadn’t been in a lot of close games and it was an unbelievable atmosphere. It was cold and we got plays when we needed them against a really good team. It was the most memorable game of the year, even more so than the state championship.”

Downingtown shut out Coughlin 51-0 in the PIAA quarterfinals, stormed past Parkland, 27-14, in the semifinals and rolled Woodland Hills to avenge the crushing loss in 1994.

That ’94 team was led by star running back Aaron Harris, who went on to play at Penn State. The undefeated Whippets were edged by McKeesport, 17-14, with a controversial call on a Bryn Boggs run that was ruled short of the goal line that still stings.

Downingtown quarterback Dan Ellis rolls out, while Woodland Hills got flipped, literally and figuratively, in the PIAA championship. (AMY DRAGOO -- DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

Downingtown quarterback Dan Ellis rolls out, while Woodland Hills got flipped, literally and figuratively, in the PIAA championship. (AMY DRAGOO — DIGITAL FIRST MEDIA FILE)

“For us, coming up short really gave us aspirations of getting back there,” Harris said. “And once we did, we were leaving no doubt who was the best team.”

To a locker room full of crying high school athletes and coaches, Barr’s message was clear.

“I said ‘pick up your heads. That was the greatest effort I’ve ever seen.’ It put the program in the position and raised the level of expectation”

Barr benefitted from a great cast of athletes but he was also just the right mix of philosopher and demanding motivator.

“The guy who made it go was John Barr,” Ellis said. “He created a culture and an atmosphere and built it in a way everyone bought in. You didn’t have to like it, but you knew what was expected of you.”

Barr stepped down as coach the following spring, pursuing his career in leading an alternative program in the Coatesville district. Helm took over at Downingtown and Barr was talked into coaching Coatesville.

The 1990’s were the heyday of District 1 football, with Central Bucks West winning four titles along with Downingtown’s. Just two titles have come from District 1 since, in the era of private schools pulling talent from all over.

Since the Downingtown district split in 2003, East and West have both had their fair share of good teams, but fans are left only to wonder how many state championships may have followed if there was still just one school.

The 1996 team remains the standard of excellence each pursues.

“That team, from ’94 to ’96, they lost one and then won one, and they set the bar for Downingtown football,” said current Downingtown East coach Mike Matta. “They’re the only two-time district champs from the league and set the bar for the lofty things you think about and talk about and try to compare to that great team.”

As years turn into decades and 1996 gets further and further away, memories blur and vanish. But those on and around that championship team have those kinds of memories that just stick, no matter what. There is a special kind of bond that is built between teammates and coaches and between athletes and accomplishment that is unbreakable.

“It means a lot more to me, personally, than just the state championship,” Barr said. “It was the culmination of years of work at Downingtown, trying to establish a mindset with the football team that was a growth mindset and to be champions and to rise above where Downingtown was when we got there. We spent a tremendous amount of time, commitment and hard work to get there.”

And that, is how legacies are created.

 

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