Early Care & Education
We welcome you and your child to InterServ Early Care and Education Program and thank you for entrusting us with the education and care of your child.
As you will note in the “Mission Statement of InterServ”, our goal is to help your child live his/her life more fully and capably in whatever environment or life experience he/she is involved in. We believe that guidance by skilled, trained teachers allows your child’s emotional, social, creative, cognitive, and physical development to progress smoothly and rapidly. Your child will discover friendship and sharing, and most importantly, develop a positive self-concept. And though we as care givers play an important role in your child’s life, you are the most significant adults in your child’s life. We encourage you to communicate and work with our staff so that through a partnership we are able to provide the care and experiences that will enable your child to be successful.
We believe each child is a unique individual. We are sensitive to their social, emotional, intellectual and physical needs. Using the teacher as a resource and guide, we provide a safe environment with a developmentally appropriate curriculum. This will give each child the opportunity to explore, experience life and to succeed.
InterServ Early Care & Education Program facilities are licensed by the Department of Health and Senior Services in the State of Missouri. A licensing manual is available at all times for your review.
InterServ’s Early Care & Education Centers are both accredited through NAEYC (National Association for the Education of Young Children). Accreditation is a national, voluntary measurement system to help raise the quality of early childhood facilities. More information about NAEYC Accreditation is included at the end of this booklet.
5400 King Hill Avenue
PO Box 4038
St Joseph, Missouri 64504
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InterServ is a United Way Community Partner. Other Partners include: United Methodist Women, Inc. and the Missouri Conference of the United Methodist Church, The Heartland Presbytery (PCUSA); The Missouri Mid-South Conference of the United Church of Christ; St. Joseph Community Development; and the USDA - The USDA is an equal opportunity employer and provider, MO General Revenue & DHSS/ Division of Senior & Disability Services through the Older Americans Act of 1965 and a contract with NWMO Area Agency on Aging, Inc.; and a contract with Second Harvest of Greater St. Joseph.