What is a Day at Knee High Like?
Each day at Knee High is different: some are calm, some are hectic. Some are filled with song and dance while others include walks or crafts.
The beauty of a Knee High day is that it’s determined by the parent members on shift with the help of student assistants.
At first, you may wonder if you can take care of up to a dozen children. Remember, you won’t be alone. There are typically two parents and a team of assistants on shift.
Still, make no mistake: working a shift at Knee High is tiring. It should be to ensure the kind of care members want for all of Knee High’s children. But working at Knee High is also very satisfying because you’ll know you are helping member families grow.
A Flexible Childcare
Not every child naps at noon. Or wants to eat at 11:30 a.m. Certainly, as much as Knee High can, we provide a routine for the children. But we have morning and afternoon nappers (or kids who do both). And, we strive to accommodate each child’s rhythms as much as possible.
That’s because Knee High is parent run. And so it is the parents–not daycare administrators or staff–who decide when and what their child eats, and when she/he goes to sleep.