Santa Fe Centers provide a high quality, supportive, family centered program for Infants, Toddlers and Pre-K children in a warm, safe and responsive environment. Children learn and benefit from activities and experiences that enable them to develop emotionally, socially and intellectually.In 1979 when the idea of childcare was still new, Blanca Knoll opened a daycare in her home with the help of her mother and aunt to support the new wave of working mothers. With an overwhelming response, it was soon relocated to a larger space at St. Lukeʼs Reformed Episcopal Church in New Providence where the Knoll family were church members.With a seemingly endless wait list of families needing care at St. Lukeʼs, Santa Fe was established in classrooms leased from the New Providence United Methodist Church. Blancaʼs husband, Ron, became the director of the new daycare, Santa Fe, with Kitty Long, a former teacher at St. Lukeʼs, as assistant director. In 1996 the Knolls had the opportunity to temporarily relocate to South America. Kitty was promoted to Santa Feʼs director and the center once again continued to flourish with the number of families needing quality childcare continuing to exceed availability.
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