Daycares owensboro ky: Best 30 Day Care Centers And Prices in Owensboro, KY with Reviews
Mission & Vision
ST. PIUS TENTH DAYCARE
3418 HWY 144 • Owensboro, KY 42303
Office:270-684-7456 Fax 270-684-2709
Director: Brook Mattingly
Assistant Director: Jen Howard
• Morning Shifts: Typically hire within for
• Afternoon Shifts: 10am-5:30pm
• Applicants must be at least 18 years old with a
GED or high school diploma
Below you will find a link to our application, code of conduct, and safe environment training.
• Interested applicants may submit the completed
application during business hours or email to
Safe Environment Training
- Hours of Operation: 6:30am-5:30pm (closed 9 holidays a year – payment still required)
- If your child has a food allergy we require a note from the doctor on file.
- We provide breakfast, lunch, & afternoon snack (milk is provided with breakfast/lunch)
- All Children’s Files must include
- Current immunization record
- Complete enrollment package
To be turned in before start date
• Infant, Mobile, One’s, Two’s, Three’s Room $175.00/week
• Preschool Room $180.00/week
Multiple Children Discounts
• 2 Child Family Discount $40.00/week
• 3 Child Family Discount $75.00/week
• 4 Child Family Discount $120.00/week
Annual Supply Fee (for each child) $60.00/year
Vacation Weeks – 2 vacation weeks per child per year
Late Fees – a charge of $1.00 for each minute late will be added to your weekly amount.
Daycare Enrollment Package: Click here to Download
Direct Debit Information
• Electronic debit withdrawals will be taken weekly for Childcare Service Fees
At St. Pius X Daycare Center, we believe that children are a gift from God that you have entrusted into our care. We will love and care for your child as though he/she were our own. St. Pius X Daycare is a Non-Profit organization that takes great pride in the center. With the support of St. Pius X Church, we strive to make our center a safe and loving environment for all children.
St. Pius Tenth
Play Smart Preschool | Preschool & Daycare
Welcome Jennifer Stauffer!
30 Jun, 2021
Over the course of her career and life, children have always been at the heart of everything Jennifer Stauffer, our new kindergarten teacher, is passionate about. Her professional life began as the owner and Artistic Director of The Children’s Ballet Theatre for a decade, producing Owensboro’s first children-only production of The Nutcracker, and offering free admission to the public with a donation to the local help office. Later, she was a parent volunteer at The Triplett School, a Montessori school, and when her son was diagnosed with dyslexia, she turned her focus to ensuring he had the responsive, engaging education he needed to thrive. Later, she worked extensively in facilitating online classical education for her own children. Ms. Jennifer has worked with reading programs including Orton Gillingham and Lindamood-Bell LiPS, among others. Now, Ms. Jennifer holds certificates from The National Association for the Education of Young Children in Focus on Kindergarteners, the Academy of Orton-Gillingham Practitioners and Educators Subscriber Course, and is pursuing continuing Professional Education with the Harvard Graduate School of Education, including in the Question Formulation Technique, focusing on how young students can make their voices heard while listening to others and feel greater self-efficacy at school. Later, Ms. Jennifer plans to pursue Master’s work with the Erikson Institute, focusing on child development and social-emotional learning. Ms. Jennifer considers herself a life-long learner, and that’s something she hopes to share with her kindergarteners and their families, too. She holds a BA from Kentucky Wesleyan College. In her spare time, Ms. Jennifer can be found doing yoga, teaching herself to play the piano (mostly Taylor Swift songs), and being a coffee enthusiast. She’s the mother of four twenty-something children, and one rescue cat, Tom Hanks. WHAT KINDERGARTEN SHOULD BE According to the Prichard Committee for Academic Excellence, 16% of students not reading proficiently by the end of 3rd grade don’t graduate high school on time.