Located in Upperville, Virginia, the Piedmont Child Care Center (PCCC) provides a variety of early childhood education programs to support working families from Loudoun, Fauquier, Clarke and Warren counties. Our school serves children as young as six weeks of age through age twelve. Since 1984 the PCCC has emphasized a quality childcare program for children to learn and grow in a safe, clean, and friendly environment. Our class assignments are structured to meet each child's individual needs and are based on the child's age and developmental factors.
Our Director, Alice Duggan, after receiving a BS degree in Early Childhood Education from James Madison University in 1971, became the first kindergarten teacher for Clarke County Public Schools. She later left Virginia to pursue an MS degree in Family and Human Development at Utah State University. She return in 1982 and took a position teaching autistic children with the Grafton School in Berryville. A friend informed her of a child care center that was in development in Upperville and on October 8, 1984, Alice was hired as Director.
Diana Kozlowski joined our team as Assistant Director in December. She graduated from WVU with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She worked for several years in Morgantown, WV as both a preschool teacher and Director of PlayWorks Child Development Center. She has worked with many children of different ages and abilities, including those with Autism and developmental delays. Diana currently lives in Winchester and loves spending time with her two nephews.