Tree House Learning Center, Inc., hires employees of any race, color, nationality or ethnic origin. Teachers at Tree House Learning Center, Inc., meet or exceed Kansas Licensing Standards for teachers. Our lead teachers hold degrees in early childhood education (or closely related degrees), or have at least one year of experience in an early childhood setting. Staffs receive annual TB tests and are trained in first aid, CPR and signs and symptoms of childhood illness, child abuse and head trauma, and safe sleep. Staff is also required to attend at least ten hours of in-service clock hours per year in early childhood education courses. Staff is highly encouraged to go above and beyond the ten hour requirements.
Administrators are responsible for observing the health and development of children: handling illnesses, implementing accident prevention and emergency procedures, keeping complete and current health records, and informing parents of community resources.
2 Weeks to 12 Years. Individual age classrooms. Security doors & cameras. Web access to classrooms. Art, music, computers & learning center. Pre-school & Pre-K programs. Before & after school care with transportation. Nutritious meals & snacks.
Lead and assistant teachers create lesson plans together. Lesson Plans will be posted on Friday or Monday prior to the week they will be implemented.
- Apply and demonstrate an understanding of child development, including observation and assessment of individual children.
- Establish and maintain an environment that ensures children’s safety and their healthy development.
- Plan and implement developmentally appropriate curriculum.
- Establish supportive relationships with children and implement appropriate guidance and group management.
- Establish positive and productive relationships with families.
- Support the uniqueness of each child, recognizing that children are best understood in the context of their family, culture, and society.
- Demonstrate an understanding of the early childhood profession and make a commitment to professionalism.
- To provide a high quality program (low teacher/child ratios; degreed teachers; developmentally appropriate curriculum) for the individual needs of you and your child.
- To provide an exploratory environment with creatively diverse and developmentally appropriate activities for emotional, cognitive, social, and physical growth.
- To help children develop a good self-image and a sincere appreciation for others.
- To provide an atmosphere that is warm, loving and aesthetically pleasing.
- To provide an atmosphere with strong parent involvement through daily reports, and open-door policy.
- To provide an appreciation for nature and our world.