“We know families face unique challenges during this back to school season as they balance work with their child’s care and education,” said Tom Wyatt, CEO of KinderCare Education. “As one of the only nationwide early childhood education companies that continued operating throughout the pandemic, we’re uniquely suited to bring that expertise to support families with school-age children. Our programs offer families flexible solutions that provide a safe place for children to learn and grow.”
- KinderCare Learning Center teachers are trained to support K-6 students with distance learning, whether it’s online or through their school curriculum. KinderCare programs also provide project-based activities in subjects like STEM, art, physical activity, and more.
- Champions programs partner with elementary schools to offer before and after-school programs, part-time or full-day programming. These programs, held in or near schools, support school curriculum with activities that helps students learn to adapt to new experiences and rebound from challenging circumstances.
All KinderCare programs have enhanced health and safety protocols and best-in-class curriculum that helps children learn and grow. National studies show that KinderCare children are better prepared for first grade than their peers.
More information about KinderCare’s school-age programs is available online.
KinderCare Education is America’s largest private provider of early childhood and school-age education and child care. KinderCare supports hardworking families in 40 states and the District of Columbia: In neighborhoods, with KinderCare® Learning Centers that offer education and child care for children six weeks to 12 years old; At work, through KinderCare Education at Work™, providing customized family benefits for employers across the country, including on-site and near-site early learning centers and back-up care for last-minute child care, and In local schools, with Champions® school-age education programs.