Harmony Early Learning Receives NYS Empire Award for Business Excellence

Senator Kevin Thomas presents the NYS Empire Award to Allison Ulin (third from left), Owner and Wantagh Director of Harmony Early Learning Center

(Wantagh, NY) — Harmony Early Learning Center, a Wantagh-based school serving children aged six-weeks through Pre-Kindergarten, has won the New York State Empire Business Award in recognition of its contributions and dedication to the community and New York State. State Senator Kevin Thomas presented Owner and Director Allison Ulin with the award. 

Harmony Early Learning Center is a fully licensed daycare center through the New York State Dept. Office of Child and Family Services. Founded in 2013, Harmony opened its Wantagh location in 2021. Harmony went above-and-beyond to serve parents and children in the community amid the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic. Harmony’s educational program uses a nationally recognized, research-based Creative Curriculum® that focuses on many important aspects of child development, including technology, language, art, music, science, social skills, physical activity, and healthy habits. The Wantagh location features playgrounds specifically designed for toddlers and infants, two Infant rooms, two toddler rooms, two preschool rooms, one Pre-K room, and one school age room. 

Senator Kevin Thomas said, “I am proud to present Harmony Early Learning Center with the New York State Empire Award, honoring their outstanding and significant contributions to the care and education of young children in our community. The staff at Harmony are a talented, dedicated group of professionals who work each day to guarantee our children have the best possible start in life. Congratulations and thank you for supporting families across Levittown and the surrounding communities.”