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    Yes and yes. Prodigy participates in Pennsylvania’s subsidized Childcare Information Services program (CCIS), Pennsylvania’s subsidized preschool program (Pre-K Counts), Philadelphia’s subsidized preschool program (PHLpreK) and the Children’s Scholarship program for Kindergarten through 5th grade.

    Prodigy employs a full-time nurse experienced in pediatrics and emergency room processes. A pediatrician is also on call for more severe cases. A list of nine symptoms, created by the Academy of Pediatrics (, is Prodigy’s guideline to determine when a child must be excluded from the classroom setting, usually for twenty-four hours or until the symptoms subside.

    At Prodigy, children two years and younger do not have access to computers. Prodigy’s pre-Kindergarten program is limited to twenty minutes per week. Kindergarten through 5th grade students access computers in their classrooms and use them on a daily basis as an enhancement to their educational curriculum.

    Prodigy organizes monthly field trips. A chaperone for each child is required. Parents who possess a current Pennsylvania Child Abuse and Criminal Clearance are permitted to chaperone their child.

    Absolutely. Prodigy offers well balanced meals and snacks. Outside food is only permitted if a child is on a doctor-directed diet.