Resurrection Early Learning Centers and Programs

Supporting children’s growth in academic, spiritual, and social development.



Enrollment for the 2022-2023 school year at our Leawood Early Learning Program begins January 26th, 2022. Please contact us via the information below for more details, or to arrange a tour.

(Enrollment at our Overland Park Early Learning Center is always open, based on availability.)

We look forward to hearing from you!



Resurrection’s Early Learning Centers and Programs support each child’s spiritual, physical, social, emotional and cognitive growth. Utilizing High Scope Early Childhood Curriculum and through a variety of developmentally appropriate experiences in art, music and movement, science, literature, and math, children learn what they need to know and be able to do for successful lifelong learning. We emphasize helping each child discover his/her interests and abilities. The teaching staff provides a warm, nurturing environment where each child can grow in confidence knowing that she/he is safe and loved.

Classes are large enough to provide children with opportunities to make friends, and small enough to give each child individual attention. Learning what it means to be a Christian is incorporated into weekly chapel times and throughout the school day as teachers expose the children to prayers, Bible stories and songs.

VISION

Resurrection’s Early Learning Centers and Programs support children’s growth in academic, spiritual, and social development.

MISSION

Resurrection’s Early Learning Centers and Programs provide an opportunity for children to develop a lifelong love of learning in a loving, accepting, faith-based community.

VALUES

Positive self esteem, inclusivity, active learning, Christian community and school readiness.

GOALS

  • Support open communication with and provide appropriate resources for families.
  • Provide a developmentally appropriate learning environment for children.
  • Weave Christian principles into daily interactions.
  • Promote ongoing professional development among staff members.

Staff

Each member of our exceptional staff is trained in early childhood development. The majority of our staff have early childhood/elementary degrees and several hold master's degrees in education. All staff are background checked and have health and safety trainings, including first aid/CPR. In addition, we receive 16+ hours of staff development in early childhood content annually.

We are currently hiring full-time teachers, part-time teachers, part-time classroom helpers (age 16 and older), and substitute teachers. We would love to speak with you about joining our team! Head over to cor.org/employment, or check out the links below.

Full-Time Teacher

Part-Time Teacher & Classroom Helper

Substitute Teacher

Curriculum

Our comprehensive High Scope curriculum is focused around 8 content areas (KDI’s):

  1. Approaches to Learning
  2. Social and Emotional Development
  3. Physical Development and Health
  4. Language, Literacy and Communication
  5. Mathematics
  6. Creative Arts
  7. Science and Technology
  8. Social Studies

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