It is our belief that the early years in a child’s life have a significant effect on later development and that every child enters our center with a unique set of skills, accomplishments, and interests. It is our goal to support each child’s development and learning throughout the year by designing optimal learning opportunities with the collaboration of staff, children and families. We will strive to provide an environment that promotes the feeling of safety, security, support, and respect for all children and their families.
Brook is our Program Director. She currently taking classes for early childhood education. She has years of experience working with children of all ages. This includes being a nanny for multiple different families. She also ran an in-home daycare with her sister, Leah. Together, Brook and Leah also had the opportunity to coach 5th grade volleyball, and enjoyed teaching the girls, not only volleyball skills, but also about the importance of teamwork.
Leah is our also our Program Director. She attended the University of St. Mary's-Leavenworth and graduated with her Bachelors degree in Psychology. She enjoyed working in the Human Resources department at Faith Technologies for many years and learned many valuable skills there. She also ran the in-home daycare with Brook, which gave her the opportunity to help teach and guide her daughter, Lilly. She is excited to share this experience with her son Greyson as well.
Tarah Assists with Curriculum. She holds an Early Childhood Unified Masters degree from KU. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin- Madison in Rehabilitation Psychology. She has 10+ years experience teaching in a variety of settings: childcare facilities, swimming lessons, special education settings, and preschool classrooms. She enjoys working close with families and has spent many hours working with children on the autism spectrum, both in home and at the Lee Ann Britain Center. She has countless hours providing one-on-one, ABA, and cognitive therapy to children of all ages. She also has three beautiful children Colton, Maddox, and Weston.
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Families are encouraged to become actively involved in their child’s learning experience. We believe that a child’s development is enhanced by the amount of family involvement that occurs. It is our goal to support families with young children by informing them about issues that are important to them.
We have an open door policy which means families are welcome to visit or observe at any time. Each classroom also offers several opportunities a month that allow parents to participate in their child's classroom activities. Each classroom has a Shutterfly share page to let families know how they can be a part of what is going on in the room. Reminders are always posted in each classroom. We also host two family parties each year after hours; our Fall Festival is held each year in the evening on a day close to Halloween and our Holiday Party is held each year close to Christmas.