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YATES EARLY LEARNING CENTER TEMPORARLY CLOSES DUE TO WATER LINE BREAK
SCAP regrets to announced the temporary closing of its Yates Village Early Learning Center due to a water line break that occurred on Monday, February 16. The school was on recess when the break occurred and repair crews estimate it will take another three weeks to fix. The Center is located at Yates Village, 2450 Van Vranken Avenue in Schenectady.
SCAP will notify the families directly, as well as continue to keep them up to date on the progress of the repairs. We are working with the Schenectady Municipal Housing Authority to repair this situation as quickly as possible and regret any hardship this may cause.
We are asking the families to contact the Early Learning Center at 518-377-8539 with questions. SCAP is working as quickly as possible to resume classes and we look forward to providing the same high quality services we have in the past for our children and their families.
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