Preschool in Naperville, IL 60563
603 E Diehl Rd
Naperville, IL 60563
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One day we began to discuss the issue and, in March of 1998 decided to open Kids Kampus. For us, the answer to the quality vs. cost question was rather simple. . . we’re not the big corporate conglomerates out to become wealthy. We merely wanted to develop a program where we would feel safe placing our own children. In turn, you as parents can feel comfortable that your child is being cared for by early childhood professionals in a stimulating environment.
We may not be as inexpensive as some chain centers or home-care settings, but we’re certainly not as expensive as other day cares in corporate settings (i.e., compare infant rates to as much as $1,500/month). We pay our teachers above market standards, and provide them with benefits to ensure long-term employer/employee relationships. This is crucial to the stability and happiness of your children, as they will grow to develop a tremendous fondness toward their childcare provider.
At all times, we strive to have classrooms staffed above the state-required child to teacher ratios. We have a complete open-door policy, and invite you to spend your breaks/lunch time with your children. We even provide a quiet space for breast-feeding moms and their babies.
We pledge to you our never-ending devotion to the safety, security, and happiness of your children. Won’t you please join us as we continue our journey? This center is a dream come true for us, and we would love to share our enthusiasm with you and your children. at Kids Kampus, we provide childcare you can trust.
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Our program is based on the developmental philosophy of Early Childhood Education. The goals of our program include providing each child with an individualized, safe, secure, nuturing, and anti-biased atmosphere. Our environment is rich in possibilities for exploring gender, race/ethnicity, and different ableness, thus, setting the scene for practicing an anti-bias curriculum. Other principle goals of our program are:To help build high self esteem in children
To encourage patterns of learning and problem solving
To facilitate smooth transitions into and out of the center,
as well as between classrooms
To help children achieve cooperation and self control
To encourage empathy and concern for others
To help each child become a contributing and supporting
member of a larger group