Universal Pre-Kindergarten Program

The NYS  Prekindergarten For All  Program (PKA) is a State-funded program that provides educationally-based high-quality prekindergarten to four year old children. Since 1998, this program has played an important role in assisting districts and students in meeting higher educational standards. It has created an earlier entry point to education, assisted in the coordination between a wide variety of early childhood settings and public education and makes progress toward closing the achievement gaps at earlier grade levels. It has helped young children be better prepared to learn. Click here to read more

Integrated Pre-Kindergarten Program

Our Integrated Pre-Kindergarten Program services preschool children between the ages of 3-5 which includes preschool students with a disability and students without disabilities. Services provided are based upon the individual needs of the preschool child found to have a disability, as determined by the Committee on Preschool Special Education of the local school district. Special education services are at no direct cost to the parent; funding is provided through county taxes and state funds. Sesame also provides an educationally oriented program of learning through play. Click here to read more

Toddler Program

Sesame Sprout’s youngest students explore their world using the 3K For All Curriculum designed by the New York City Department of Education.  Students utilize three units of exploration – Our Community, Our Environment, and Our Impact to learn and make decisions about themselves and their world.  Their classroom is designed with materials and experiences from which to learn and make decisions about themselves and the world, which creates proud, independent children.

School Age Program

Sesame’s School Age program is an enrichment and recreational program. We provide homework assistance, individualized tutoring to prepare students for the state exams, club time and computer training. The hours are from 2:30 – 6:30 p.m Monday – Friday. Click here to read more

ACS/Private Pay Program

Sesame Sprout also provides services for both ACS/Private Pay Students. ACS students are students who are either foster care and /or are eligible (based on  income) to receive a voucher from the Agency of Children Services.  ACS students are also students whose parents receive welfare/social services and are/or are attending a work study program, college, or are seeking employment to become economically independent are eligible to receive daycare services through the agency of child services.

Private pay students are students whose parents/guardians pay for their child to attend the program either on a full time or part time basis. Please contact us if you are interested to obtain more information at

Summer Program

Do you want your child to have a fun-filled summer? Keep them involved, entertained and interested while the learning process continues? Then enroll your child in our high-quality Summer program today! Click here to read more

Children and Adult Care Food Program (CACFP)

It reduces hunger and food insecurity in partnership with cooperating organizations by providing children and needy people access to food, a healthful diet, and nutrition education in a manner that supports American agriculture. It ensure that nutritious and safely-prepared meals and snacks are available to children  in day care settings.