Broken Arrow Public Schools to launch staff daycare in August
District now hiring caregivers to add to the team
In an effort to help foster every child’s growth and development, Broken Arrow Public Schools is launching a full-time staff daycare at Arrow Springs Early Childhood Center, one of the district’s Pre-K centers, in August 2022. The new childcare program will provide four classrooms and 10.5 hours of care for children ranging from infants to 3-year-olds during the school year, at a rate comparable to other local providers.
“Our mission is to attract and retain the very best employees who serve our students on a daily basis,” said Broken Arrow Public Schools B&A Connections Director David Sutton. “Additionally, an employee daycare will provide a constant and familiar start for our future Broken Arrow students. They will be able to seamlessly transition from the daycare into one of our four Pre-K centers at age 4. We intend to start their love for learning as early as possible.”
Broken Arrow Public Schools is currently in the process of meeting licensing requirements for the daycare and Arrow Springs Early Childhood Center is being retrofitted to also serve younger children. The site will continue to serve its seven classrooms of Pre-K students.
“We are incredibly excited to be able to provide a nurturing and caring environment for our employees’ children,” Sutton said. “If anyone is interested in becoming part of our daycare staff, we encourage you to visit our website and apply today. We are looking for the perfect caregivers to join our BA family.”
Employees will receive enrollment details and pricing information via email in the coming weeks. For more information, please contact 918-259-5700.