The mission of Little Blessings of New Hope Children's Day Out is to create a loving, safe, and enjoyable environment for your child while promoting Christian values and a love for learning. This ministry exists because we love children and believe that each and every child is a precious gift of God.
NHCDO usese weekly themes to shape our activities and learning time. We learn through pretend play, sensory time, and physical activity. Our classes also attend chapel time everyday where they learn the love of Jesus Christ through singing and dancing and a short lesson or bible story.
The NHCDO Board is comprised of church staff and members of the church who set policy and provide oversight to our excellent staff. NHCDO staff members complete a background check each year and are trained in CPR, first aid, and the Safe Sanctuary requirements of New Hope United Methodist Church.
- Provide a learning and social environment for all children
- Create safe and healthy surroundings that encourage play, exploration, and learning.
- Promote physical development through fine and gross motor skill activities.
- Help children develop communication skills, follow directions, care about one another, and share with one another.
- Develop each child’s self-esteem and love of learning.
- Teach basic Christian principles by example.
NHCDO HOURS OF OPERATION:
9 a.m.—2 p.m. on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday*
Drop-off is no earlier than 9 a.m. and pick-up begins at 1:45 p.m.
Please be here no later than 2:00 p.m.
*Flexible enrollment options are available for all classes except Pre-K
Pre-K is taught by Emily Harrel. Emily is a certified teacher with a Bachelor’s in Elementary Education from Oklahoma State University in 2008. She is also certified to teach Early Childhood Education. Ms. Emily has worked as a Preschool Teacher for the past 10 years, while growign her own family. Ms. Emily is married to her husband Zac and they have 4 children togethers, 3 boys and 1 girl. Pre-K also has a teacher assistant, Joy Barnes.
New Hope Pre-K uses the same curriculum as the area schools, Zoo Phonics, while offering smaller class sizes for more individual attention. Pre-K is offered during the same hours as CDO, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 9:00 am-2:00 pm. There is a maximum class size of 12 students to 2 teachers.
NHCDO FEES AND TUITION:
Tuition for 1 child: $20 per day
Tuition for 2 children: $35 per day
Tuition for 3 children: $50 per day
There is also a one-time enrollment fee of $25 per family due at the time of enrollment.
Statements are sent out at the end of the month and payment is due the first day your child attends of the following month.