SEPTEMBER 17, 2003


RSC Child Development Lab Center receives three-star ranking

MIDWEST CITY-The Rose State College Child Development Lab Center (CDLC) received a three-star rating from the Oklahoma Department of Human Services. The CDLC was notified of the ranking on August 25. A three-star ranking is the highest that can be obtained.

"We're delighted to have the three-star rating and the acknowledgement of the quality of care that we provide at the CDLC," said Patsy Kuhn, CDLC director. "I think it tells parents and students they can trust that good things are happening here for children."

The CDLC at Rose State, which opened in 1983, serves the community as a childcare facility and also provides a laboratory setting for Rose State College students. The Center offers full-time care for children ages 3 months to 5 years old. Staff members provide a positive atmosphere promoting the social, physical, intellectual and emotional growth of children. Learning experiences appropriate for the developmental age of each group are provided daily.

For more information, contact Kuhn at (405) 733-7411