Knox Child Development Center has built its own curriculum based on Developmentally Appropriate Practice. According to the Southern Regional Education Board (1994), a developmentally appropriate program or practice is “based on knowledge of the stages of child development…(continues…)Read more
Over the years Knox Child Development Center has offered a variety of extracurricular activities centered on physical activity. Currently we offer Happy Feet Soccer. Happy Feet is a new and exciting mobile soccer clinic for children ages 2 to 6.Read more
Meal time is a happy time here at Knox; meal time is a lot more than eating though. Meal time involves not only proper nutrition but encompasses basics like feeding yourself, table manners, and conversation. It’s a great opportunity for the teacher to sit down and find out about your child’s thoughts and feelings.Read more
We have a staff dedicated to caring for the children entrusted to us. Our staff nurtures and cares for each child in a loving and thoughtful manner. The staff believes that each child is “a gift from God” and treats them with respect and love.
Our teachers’ are screened through the Kansas Bureau of Investigation and all references are checked. Each teacher must have training in first aid, child abuse and neglect, signs and symptoms of illness and SIDS. Each teacher is required to have 10 hours of in-service hours a year in a wide variety of topics.