Kansas: Johnson County preschool Johnson County preschool creates many jobs in the community in the field of early childhood care and education. Johnson County preschool also prepares young minds to enter school ready to learn.
Kansas/Kansas City: St. Joseph Institute for the Deaf St. Joseph's of Kansas City provides early intervention for parents and children up to age three and a preschool program. It serves children from birth through age six who possess any degree of hearing loss. For children with cochlear implants of all ages, specialized speech, language and educational therapy is also provided. Enrollment is open to children in Missouri, Kansas, and surrounding states without regard to race, religion, gender or financial means.
Kansas/Lawrence: JOHNNIE APPLESEED PRESCHOOL Johnnie Appleseed is a ministry of Christian Outreach within the neighborhood and community. We propose to develop a Christian preschool with a total Christian environment so that children will grow in their awareness of God through example and instruction. Our purpose is to help young children gain relational skills which spring from healthy self concepts coupled with empathy for others. This kind of preschool development prepares the way for a child's entrance into public kindergarten.
Kansas/Newton: Zion Preschool The purpose of Zion Preschool is to provide a place of Christian nurture and quality education in partnership with parents. In interaction with the children our staff will demonstrate God's love and forgiveness. They will lead our students to become all they can be and to use all God has given them to His glory and the benefit to others.
Kansas/Waterville: Valley Heights Preschool The Valley Heights Preschool will provide an atmosphere that will encourage the development of basic skills needed to begin kindergarten. These skills include social interaction, communication and listening, educational learning experiences as well as physical health and fitness skills.