**All MUSA programs will reopen on 1/25/21. Email email@example.com for enrollment inquiries.**
MUSA supports working families while prioritizing the health and wellbeing of our community. In a time of uncertainty amidst the COVID-19 pandemic, we believe that the best way to achieve this mission is to provide limited-capacity in-person care for preschool and elementary school children within a small "MUSA bubble."
Three programs are available for the Spring 2021 semester, subject to change:
COVID Childcare Cohorts (CCC): this in-person option is available 6:30am-5:30pm Mon-Fri for Park and Barrett Elementary students only. This program is located at 1705 Maple Street Suite 203, Homestead. Scholarships are available; weekly fees range from $0-$150 on an income-based sliding scale. This program will provide support to students attending live Zoom classes, and will include homework help, meals, and extracurricular activities in the afternoon. Unfortunately, we are unable to allow aids or support staff into the facility due to COVID protocols for this program. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.
After School Care: this in-person option is normally available for children attending Park or Barrett Elementary. However, this program is not available at this time and is not currently accepting applications. Please check back later for more details.
Little Lambs Preschool: this in-person option is available for children age 3-5 who are toilet trained. Little Lambs is located in the COG building at 1705 Maple Street Suite 203, Homestead. Capacity is currently limited due to COVID-19, so unfortunately there is a waitlist at this time. Learn more here or call 412-461-1800 to get on the waitlist.
MUSA accepts CCIS and CYF funding, and uses an income-based sliding scale to determine tuition rates for families paying privately. Co-pay amounts could be as low as $0 depending on eligibility. Discounts are available for families with multiple children attending MUSA programs.
Read our full COVID-19 Health Policy here.
Admissions and the provision of services shall be made without regard to race, color, religious creed, disability, ancestry, national origin (including limited English proficiency), age, or sex.