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The Salvation Army helps kids be kids

Specifically engineered to prepare children for kindergarten

The program has been certified by the nation’s top accreditation nonprofit for early childhood education and has a four-star rating from Parent Aware, a nonprofit that grades Minnesota’s pre-K learning programs.

 

Child Development Center

The Salvation Army King Family Child Development Center, located in the Salvation Army Worship and Service Center at 401 W. 7th St., opened in 1995 with a mission to give low-income families access to quality childcare.

The center is certified by the nation’s top accreditation nonprofit for early childhood education (read more on our accreditation). Toddlers and preschoolers are taught literacy-based curriculum that’s research-tested and of the highest quality.

The staff is also committed to the children’s parents, offering fellowship time outside of center hours to make greater connections.

To learn if openings are available, call 651-602-3018.

Eighty-five percent of our families are at the poverty level

Thanks to your donations, the program is either free or affordable. That’s a blessing to parents that are financially out of options.

Child Development Center

The Salvation Army King Family Child Development Center, located in the Salvation Army Worship and Service Center at 401 W. 7th St., opened in 1995 with a mission to give low-income families access to quality childcare.

The center is certified by the nation’s top accreditation nonprofit for early childhood education (read more on our accreditation). Toddlers and preschoolers are taught literacy-based curriculum that’s research-tested and of the highest quality.

The staff is also committed to the children’s parents, offering fellowship time outside of center hours to make greater connections.

To learn if openings are available, call 651-602-3018.

 

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