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We accept new applications throughout the year and keep a waiting list when needed.  Names are taken from our waiting list on a first come, first serve basis.  The King’s Daughters Day School does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. More...


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The King’s Daughters
Day School

Hours:
Mon – Fri, 6:30 am- 5:30 pm

Executive Director’s Message


Our school age program was registered as a 4H club, thanks to our mentor from Rutgers Cooperative Extension.  Our small organic garden plot doubled in size during the 2007 growing season.  The children planted radishes, peas, broccoli, and two different varieties of lettuce, tomatoes, peppers, pumpkins and popping corn. They tended the garden daily and the produce was included for lunch or special snacks.  The most exciting phase of gardening was harvesting the corn in the fall and then popping it for snack.  Who would have thought that strawberry popping corn, which is used in the fall as door decoration, could be so delicious? More...

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President’s Message


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Someone said: “It takes a village to raise a child.” How true that is, and The Kings Daughter’s Day Care is a perfect example of doing just  that for the past 110 years. 

 

It’s a combination of the many gifts and talents of the staff working together with parents, volunteers and donors using creative ideas to guide and lead our youth as they prepare them for the future.

 

The many changes that have taken place over the years have required that we up-date our skills to think outside the box to offer different strategies of accomplishing, new ways of communicating, how to build relationships, respect, and friendships that will last a life time.  Here at KDDS we just don’t tell our children how to work with others, we show them by example.  We believe that it is our differences that make us all unique and special.  We encourage our children to develop their individual talents and reach for the stars.  Mistakes are used as learning tools that help us do better the next time..More...