For Kids’ Sake Child Care & Learning Center, Inc opened in 1992 as a YMCA child care center. In March of 2000, after receiving notice that the center would be closing its doors, Patricia Schippnick, a parent of one of the children, initiated its purchase. On Friday, April 29, 2000, the YMCA closed and on Monday, May 1, the doors reopened as For Kids’ Sake.
Many of the staff members stayed with For Kids' Sake through the transition and some are still here with us today. Our flexibility and family-like atmosphere promote high staff and child retention. At FKS, we love what we do and we hope it shows in the happiness of our children, staff and families.
In August, 2014, we lost Pat to a sudden illness. In collaboration with her family, we are committed to continuing the operation of For Kids’ Sake and following her vision to make sure that families in King of Prussia have a flexible, family-centered option where children learn through play.
About our Director:
Ms. Sandi HommerMs. Sandi began working as the director of For Kids' Sake in October of 2003. She graduated Summa Cum Laude from University of Richmond with degrees in Education and Psychology. She also holds a Pennsylvania Teaching Certificate in Elementary Education and has recently finished her Masters Degree in Education at Cabrini College. Ms. Sandi's favorite part of working at For Kids' Sake is helping to create a family atmosphere where parents can feel comfortable going to work knowing that their children are safe, loved, and learning.