Our Team Philosophy
Each team member, whether caregiver, teacher, aide, custodian, cook, substitute, driver, or director, is just as important as the next. Each has a role to play in the whole, just as each part of the body performs a role in the full function of the body.
We make a commitment to care for each staff member. Staff at our center is family; and, we are partners together in providing quality early childhood education and care.
We understand that qualified and dedicated teaching staff is the key to child success. Each staff member is hired to meet or exceed the qualifications for the position and in keeping with our Christian faith and character. Ongoing in‐service training is provided covering a variety of specific topics, including: child development; health, safety and nutrition; curriculum; professionalism; special needs; and community.
Are you a Christian? Do you want to be a positive influence in the lives of children and their families? Do you like to have fun and laugh easily? Do you meet challenges with a positive attitude?
Did you answer "Yes" to these questions? We want to talk to you!! You may be just the person to share the Love of Jesus with children and their families. We are looking for Christian role models who exhibit the fruits of the Spirit as listed in Galatians 5:22.
We are specifically looking for the following positions:
School Age Child Care Teacher: Equivalent of 90 clock hours in Child Growth & Development and Curriculum & Materials plus 45 hours in School Age Child Care required (Associate's Degree preferred)
Possible Child Care Teacher positions: Contact us for available positions and requirements
Please contact us. We would love to hear from you!
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Our Administrative Team
Dianna Kifer, Director
Dianna has been with the center since November, 1999. She has over 30 years of experience in the field of early childhood education and care, working in the positions of parent educator, teacher, assistant director, director, and trainer. She has a BA in Early Childhood Education/Special Education and a MAED in Early Childhood Education.
Stacy Martin, Assistant Director for Personnel
Stacy has been with the center since shortly after its opening in 1995. She has grown with the center into her present position of Assistant Director of Personnel. She directly supervises all personnel issues.
Chris Bryant, Assistant Director for Finance
Chris began working at the center as a volunteer in 1999. She began working as a paid employee in 2004. As Assistant Director for Finance, she uses her financial and computer skills to maintain financial records, prepare reports, and communicate financial matters to parents, management, and the Church.