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WKU Child Care Centers


We are ready to welcome children back to our child care centers!

Please read the following documents for IMPORTANT INFORMATION on how we will be keeping our children and staff healthy as we return.

 

 

Online resources for talking to your child about COVID-19:

  COVID resources on TTAS page

 

Western Kentucky University Child Care Centers (WKUCCC) operates a combination Early Head Start, Head Start and Non-Profit Child Care Program for children six weeks through five years of age.  WKUCCC is a unit of Training & Technical Assistance Services (T/TAS), a department in the College of Education & Behavioral Sciences.

WKU Child Care Centers
125 Jones Jaggers Hall
1906 College Heights Blvd. #11098
Bowling Green, KY 42101-1098
P: (270) 745-4042 / F: (270) 745-7045

 

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Recent News
 
Introducing our New Staff for Preschool at WKUCCC


Please meet…..


Ms. Christie Kaelin

Christie Kaelin

I am originally from Nashville, TN and have been a resident of Bowling Green for almost 30 years. My love for working in child care centers began with my first job as an afternoon caregiver and summer teacher at a child care center when I was just 16 years old. I came to WKU in 1991 to pursue my degree in Education and Behavioral Sciences, and after graduation, I began my career as the assistant director at Creative Learning Child Development Center of Bowling Green for 4 years. Most recently, I was the 3’s and 4’s teacher and director of Saint. Joseph Preschool and after-school programs from 2001-2020.

I have two daughters, Alyson and Addison, and a 10 year old Cockapoo, Lucy. Alyson is a freshman at WKU, pursuing her degree in nursing and Addison is an 8th grader at Drakes Creek Middle School, living her best life. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my girls and fur baby, sewing, crafting, home D.I.Y.projects, participating in church volunteer programs and worship, supporting Addison in her school and competitive soccer teams, spending time outdoors in nature, and boating with friends and family at the lake.

I have really enjoyed promoting early childhood education and building relationships with the many families and staff throughout my career. I’m so excited to be a part of the Western Kentucky University Child Care team, and I’m excited to grow new relationships with the families and staff here. I’m looking forward to meeting you soon!


Inspection Report


The Division of Regulated Child Care
September 2020 Inspection Report - No Deficiency



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 Last Modified 6/24/21