WHO WE ARE
We Are Secure
Our Center is a safe & monitored environment to ensure the safety of all children, staff and visitors.
We Are Qualified
We attract and develop talented Early Childhood and School-Age professionals and volunteers.
We Are Compassionate
Our staff takes the time to nurture each child with support, concern and care. We believe that each child matters and we all “Learn As We Grow”.
We Are Family Oriented
We support positive family development. We involve our parents and families to participate in activities the Center has and to stop be whenever they please.
We Are Accountable
We are open and transparent with our policies and actions.
We Are Collaborative
We take pride in being a part of our community and build relationships with local business and schools.
To provide a safe, friendly child care environment that offers direct care and nurture to infants, toddlers and preschool children; implements early childhood education initiatives and standards that develop and support fundamental literacy skills; promotes and advocates general healthy family engagement, for the enhancement of essential domains of a child growth and social well-being, necessary components in the process of cultivating child self-awareness.
To provide families with a safe and encouraging environment to help cultivate child growth in the areas of personal-social emotional, cognitive, fine and gross motor skills.
Hope House Knowledge Center stands to support families with resources geared toward creating positive child and parent/guardian relationships, increase parent/guardian understanding of child development and healthy family living.
Our goal is to work in collaboration with families to ensure that the home and school environments are reflective of the child’s social values and needs.
Hope House Knowledge Center believes that the balance of these attributes should be encouraged and stimulated by the environment. Hope House Knowledge Center’s early childhood education program supports all of the developmental domains; Languages/Literacy, Sensory, Cognitive, and Fine and Gross Motor skills. Hope House Knowledge Center’s aim is to embellish these domains with a pre-academic program that builds social, language/literacy and math skills. We have a strong belief in family, and the importance of their involvement with their child’s early care experience.