The Reggio Emilia Approach
The philosophy of education and pedagogy of Christina Kent Early Childhood Center are inspired by the world-renowned schools for young children in Reggio Emilia, Italy. We are inspired by the following principles of the Reggio Emilia Approach:
- The image of the child as strong and competent.
- Collaboration between parents, teachers, and children.
- The environment as the third teacher. The power of documentation to make the learning process visible.
- In-depth studies based on children’s interests.
- Collaborative planning and professional development.
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Combined Federal Campaign
65253 is the ID# for Christina Kent Early Childhood Center with the CFC.
United Way Grant
Christina Kent Early Childhood Center received a grant for the 13-14 school year.
Support Christina Kent
At Christina Kent, we work continuously to bridge the gap between what our families can pay, what State funding provides, and what it costs to deliver our high quality early childhood educational program. We bridge the gap with grants, fundraising events, and donations.
In a world where education and skill levels determine future earnings, the importance of investing in high quality early childhood programs cannot be overstated. See how Christina Kent prepares children for the future.
The principles of the Reggio Emilia approach to early childhood education inspire our curriculum at Christina Kent. Learn what makes this educational philosophy powerful for children, parents, and teachers.
Check our Events Calendar for the rich educational experiences and other events at CKECC. From the Explora monthly “Growing a Scientist” mobile program to meetings of the History Committee, there’s a lot happening at CKECC.
Our children deserve high quality early childhood education. We work continuously to bridge the gap between what parents can pay, State funding, and what it costs to deliver our program. You can help us bridge the gap.