Help Wanted

Acorns & Oaks Inter-Generational, Christian Daycare

Are you looking for a safe, unique and nurturing daycare environment for your child or children? OR, are you passionate about helping children learn and develop?

Acorns & Oaks Inter-Generational, Christian Daycare is now accepting applications for childcare as well as for teacher assistants!

Childcare Openings Now Available:

  • Children 18 months through 5 years old

Teacher Assistant Positions Now Available:

  • Teacher Assistant – Full-time
  • Teacher Assistant – Part-time

Applicants must have a passion for seeing children grow, develop and have fun in a loving, Christian environment. Childcare experience is a plus, but not required as we will provide the training for you to succeed in your position.

Apply for Childcare for Your Child(ren) or for a Teacher Assistant Position Today!

Contact Tammy Kratz at tammy@acornsoaks.com or (515)642-0064. Or stop by Acorns & Oaks at 2323 Willis Ave. inside Perry Lutheran Homes’ Willis Campus (lower level) to fill out an application.

Acorns & Oaks is located in the newly renovated, bright, and cheerful space inside Perry Lutheran Homes’ Willis campus in Perry, Iowa. This unique setting allows for inter-generational connection and engagement between the little “acorns” and the wise “oaks” bringing numerous benefits to both. Your child will have lots of grandmas and grandpas to love them each and every day!

Acorns & Oaks’ goal is to deliver well-rounded education to infants and toddlers, and to shape lives by way of Christian values, creativity, and innovation. Children are nurtured in a safe, Christian environment while learning about Christ’s love for them.

Posted Aug. 20, 2019


Help Wanted: Perry Child Development Center

The Perry Child Development Center has a full-time position available. Must be patient, caring and nurturing with children.

Equal Opportunity Employer.

For more information, call 515 465 2522 and ask for Kim, or stop by the Perry Child Development Center at 920 18th St. in Perry.

Posted Aug. 8, 2019