Cicero Christian School



CCS Director: Lynne Gioe

CCS Assistant Director: Rachel Thompson

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Cicero Christian Church is thankful to be able to provide families a Christian alternative to their child care and pre-elementary education needs through the three departments of Cicero Christian School:

  • Daycare providing year-round, full-day care for children age 6 weeks through 12 years. We participate in the Family & Social Services Administration Paths to QUALITY program and accept CCDF vouchers.

  • Preschool - providing up to four sessions a week for nine months a year of pre-elementary education for children ages three through five implementing Montessori methods


Cicero Christian School participates in the  Family & Social Services Administration  Paths to QUALITY program,  and is the only child care ministry  in Hamilton County to receive  Level 3 status (as of March 2013).

This institution is an equal opportunity provider.


Cicero Christian School is currently hiring for several positions within our team.  We are looking for individuals with a love for kids and a heart for ministry.  We are an unlicensed registered child care ministry serving Cicero, IN, and surrounding communities.  We serve children from 6 weeks to 12 years old. It’s important to our staff that we place an emphasis on meeting each child’s cognitive, social-emotional, physical, and spiritual needs.

Job responsibilities:

  • Develop and implement the daily schedule and lesson plan
  • Engage children in active conflict management and address behavior issues in a positive manner
  • Serve daily meals and snacks
  • Ensure records are properly maintained
  • Ensure the program is a safe environment; equipment is safe, standards of hygiene are high,  and safety procedures are implemented

Job qualifications:

  • Must be 21 years old or older
  • Must have a CDA or a degree in Early Childhood Education, or be willing to obtain one
  • Complete 12 hours of ongoing training annually
  • Be able to pass a drug test, criminal background check, TB test, and physical
  • Be able to work on feet for long periods of time and regularly lift 35 pounds
  • Be able to work 35-40 hours or 20-25 hours weekly