Shannon
KOK Director
 
TO LEARN MORE VIEW OUR
BROCHURE & PROGRAM HANDBOOKS:
 
 
Mother’s Day Out (18 – 35 months old)
 
Preschool (3- & 4-year-olds)
 
Transitional Kindergarten
 
Physician Statement
 

Early Childhood Learning Center

 
News from “Kids of the Kingdom

Our director, Shannon Morrow, and family, are moving to North Carolina in December.  Shannon will be missed greatly, as she has been a significant blessing to CTK’s early childhood ministry.   We are now accepting applications for the position of Director of our Preschool. Please direct inquiries to our Church Administrator, Sandy Arrendell, sandyf@christ4u.net.

For more detailed information about registration please view our new form:

KOK Registration Form 2018-2019

Contact Shannon Morrow, Director, at 281-360-0288 or shannonm@christ4u.net for a tour of our school today.
 

About Kids of the Kingdom Preschool

Kids of the Kingdom (KOK) is Christ the King’s onsite preschool program for ages 18 months to 5 years old.  Our classes include Mother’s Day Out for 18 months-35 months, 3’s and 4’s Preschool, and our Transitional Kindergarten program.  Our Transitional Kindergarten class provides one more year of development in a smaller Christian environment for those students who turn 5 years old by Oct. 1.
 
Please contact Shannon Morrow, Director, at 281.360.0288 for more details and to schedule a tour. 
 

Our Philosophy

The teachers and staff of Kids of the Kingdom firmly believe that children learn and grow as God intended when: • they socialize and play with their peers • they are encouraged and involved • they are gently disciplined and loved without condition

Your children are our passion and ministry. For more information contact

Shannon Morrow Director, or call 281.360.0288. Licensing & Certification?  Kids of the Kingdom Learning Center is licensed by the State of Texas Dept. of Protective and Regulatory Services, and subject to all state minimum standards and guidelines.?Our preschool programs are staffed by certified teachers with early childhood experience, and are CPR/First Aid certified. In addition,  they are required to attend 24 hours of Continuing Education each school year.