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OUR MISSION:

As a ministry of Community Fellowship Church of the Nazarene, it is our desire to provide you and your children with the following:

  • Quality care for your child by qualified and trained staff. Our staff is required to receive training in Child Development throughout the year.
  • Spiritual Development and awareness for your children through daily chapel, Bible stories, memory verses, songs and prayer.
  • Educational class times structured to meet the needs of each child according to their abilities. Learning will include cognitive skills, social                                   interactions, sensory awareness, science and health, cooking, art, music, and creative movement.
  • Physical development through indoor and outdoor recreation.
  • Emotional development through positive reinforcement, encouragement, and love.
 
 

OUR MOTTO:

“Train a child up in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.”        Proverbs 22:6

Hours of operation: Monday through Friday from 6:30 am to 5:45 pm.
 
Phone:  254-224-6372        Email:  kingdomkids254@gmail.com

Kingdom Kids Day Care Fee Schedule

Age
Registration Fee
Curriculum Fee
Weekly Tuition
6 Weeks – 11 Months
$100
$0
$185
12 Months – 18 Months
$100
$0
$170
19 Months – 35 Months
$100
$50
$140
3 Years – Kindergarten
$100
$55
$135

Anti-Bias Statement

Kingdom Kids Day Care and Academy does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, sex, age, marital status, national origin, mental or physical disability or handicap, veteran status or sexual orientation.

The Early Childhood Education professionals at the Kingdom Kids Day Care and Academy understand that at an early age child can absorb our society’s biases of gender, age, color, language, and physical characteristics.

We believe that the anti-bias curriculum that we embrace supports children as they explore, celebrate and understand differences. Our approach acknowledges that children and adults can be empowered to stand up for their rights and the rights of others and to recognize and question social injustice.

We challenge the children and ourselves to:

  • explore issues of fairness as seen from a child’s perspective
  • see conflict as a challenge in problem-solving
  • be open to differing perspectives, ideas, attitudes and behaviors
  • monitor our words and actions for unconscious bias or prejudice
  • recognize and demonstrate respect for diversity among people