Parkins Talks Roseville Kids Place's Benefits


Amanda Parkins with the Roseville Kids Place made her way to the studio earlier this week to talk about her organization. The Kids Place is located at the Roseville Community Center and is open weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Parkins says the staff of about 10 employees currently cares for 57 kids throughout the week.

“Roseville Kids Place is a non-profit DCFS-licensed preschool and daycare center. We are a Warren County United Way Agency. We enroll children six weeks to 12 years of age. We operate Monday through Friday,” Parkins said.

Other benefits offered by the Kids Place are morning preschool programs, before and after school bussing, and sibling discounts. They also offer five different cirriculums, which vary depending on age group.

Roseville Kids Place is currently at capacity, but parents can sign their children up for a waiting list. To get your children on the waiting list or to find out more, contact Parkins at 309-426-1661.
written by Jackson Kane

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