BY LOUIS C. WARD
LEESBURG – Parents, need a safe and wholesome environment to drop your kids off so you can go to work or attend school? Teachers, are you looking for an exciting place to work with kids from 6 weeks to 12 years old in a newly renovated building with great resources?
Kid of Distinction Main Street just held their Grand Opening ceremony Monday, May 15, 2023, and it’s registering students and hiring teachers, right now. Parents this may be the solution to your need for child care services. Teachers, this new day care center may be the ideal job for gainful employment.
Sponsored by Christian Worship Center, which possesses a substantial child care service record in the Leesburg community, Kids of Distinction Main Street is CWC’s fifth day care center, and it is only one of several child care service providers that offers a safe, wholesome environment for babies as young as six weeks old.
Kids of Distinction Main Street will undoubtedly be a positive asset for providing a quality foundation for Christian education in our community, said John Christian, Senior Pastor of CWC. “Our day care centers have been providing above and beyond child care service for our children in this community for almost twenty years. I am assured that Kids of Distinction’s staff, under the leadership of Ms. Nakia Myles, our Director, will continue to improve our willingness to provide top-notch child-care service so that parents can work or go to school without worrying about their child’s well-being.”
Kids of Distinction Main Street is located in a newly renovated building with eleven freshly painted classrooms with elementary school themes and big circle time floor rugs composed of basic language arts and math concepts. Nutritious breakfast, lunch, and snacks are provided along with exercise inside or outside daily.
Transportation is available for kids in the after-school program from schools in Leesburg to Kids of Distinction Main Street. Federal and state funding is available for some parents. Interested parents should go to the Early Learning Coalition at 1300 Citizens Blvd in Leesburg to apply for funding.
Ms. Myles is enthusiastic about beginning this new chapter in her career as an educator. “I am very excited about my new endeavor,” which is her third lateral move as a director in opening a new CWC’s child care services center.
“First, I will concentrate on hiring qualified teachers and registering children. So, only classes for three and four-year-old students are immediately available,” said Director Myles. She doesn’t foresee any major issues or setbacks because Director Myles believes “when passion meets your purpose it makes it easier. She’s grateful for her gift of teaching and the opportunity to take kids from where they are to where God wants them to be.”