At King of Kings Preschool, we offer a playful, safe, and caring environment for children to learn and grow. Home to a broad and diverse community of families from 30 different zip codes, our program and facilities are top-notch. Our staff is comprised of a diverse group of specialists, and all of our preschool teachers have college degrees in education. Did we mention our in-house chef Robin, who provides breakfast, lunch, and snacks, all included in your tuition?
Keep reading to learn more about why King of Kings Preschool stands out as the best place to learn, imagine, and grow, all in a secure, faith filled environment.
Looking for childcare? Click here
What Sets Us Apart
Safety and security is a top priority for us. That’s why we use a fingerprint check-in system, with locked classrooms and secure access throughout the facility.
At King of Kings Preschool, we are all about creating exciting opportunities for preschoolers to learn while showing them the love of Jesus. Through interactive classroom moments, as well as chapel, kids will learn about Jesus’ love for them.
We have multiple outdoor play spaces for our kids, along with big kid trikes and lots of room to explore and let those wiggles out. But we know that Nebraska isn’t always friendly to playing outdoors. That’s why we got this awesome indoor play space. We also have plenty of room for large group games and the occasional dance party.
We’re proud to have rooms with ample space and color. Specifically designed with the intended age group for each classroom in mind, these environments will encourage your child’s imagination and creativity to flourish. Each room has plenty of fun activities, age appropriate bathrooms, and carpeted and tiled space to allow for messier crafts.
With Christian education and activities to strengthen a child’s intellectual, emotional, physical, social, and spiritual development, our state licensed program is organized to provide a well-balanced readiness experience for Kindergarten. Your child will engage in learning opportunities that incorporate language, math, science, problem solving, pretend play, music, large and small motor activities – all taught by our college educated preschool teachers. Plus, we also partner with fun organizations like Wildlife Encounters, Rose Theatre, Firefighters, and more to enhance our curriculum!
DELICIOUS (HEALTHY) FOOD
We provide delicious and healthy breakfast, lunch, and snacks for your child, all hand prepared by our in-house chef Robin. And guess what? It’s all included in your tuition! We also know that kids eat best in small groups, so that’s exactly what we do. Kids even serve themselves, so they can begin to develop table manners.
8:45-9:00am Opening circle: prayers, songs, finger plays
9:15-9:35am Jesus time: Bible story, craft, songs
9:35-9:55am Small group activity: table time
9:55-10:10am Large motor activity: outside play, play zone, games, music, dance
10:10-10:30am Restroom break and nutritious snack
10:30-11:15am Creative play in centers: directed/free art
11:15-11:45am Literacy time: story, songs and music
M-TH; M-F; M,W, & F or T & TH
M-F; M,W, & F or M-TH
M-TH or M-F
Before Care: 7:15-8:45am
Extended Childcare: 11:45am-5:15pm
Lunch, STEM, nap, afternoon snack, free play
3 Years – Age 3 by July 31 and potty trained
4 Years – Age 4 by July 31 – choose the 3-day or 4/5-day class
Pre-Kindergarten – Age 5 by December 1 (exceptions considered on a case-by-case basis) – 4/5 day class only
Before care – Available for preschool only students, breakfast is provided (7:15 am – 8:45 am)
Preschool Program includes preschool curriculum and snack; hours are 8:45 am – 11:45 am
All Day Program includes before care, breakfast, snacks, lunch, and STEM curriculum; hours are 7:15 am – 5:15 pm
(prices are per month)
Registration Fee (Due with Completed Registration Form): $60
Activity Fees (Preschool Only)
3 Year Olds $50
4 Year Olds $60
NOTICE OF NONDISCRIMINATORY POLICY AS TO STUDENTS
King of Kings Preschool & Childcare admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.