Augusta KinderCare

Preschool in Augusta, KS 67010

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1300 State St
Augusta, KS 67010
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Phone Number (888) 648-7541

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It is our goal here at the Augusta Kansas KinderCare to educate, nurture, and develop future successful adults. This is why we are not just a preschool or a daycare—we are a learning center dedicated to helping young minds grow and flourish. We are committed to providing a safe and loving environment for children to grow in. Our wonderful program fosters creative expression, cognitive development, physical development and wellness, social and emotional development, language and literacy, and executive function. We are able to explore all of these domains while having fun through music and creative movement, math and science, and problem solving and memory retention.  We encourage self-expression by allowing children to convey their feelings, ideas, and thoughts through speaking and listening. Our mission is to create an environment that is enjoyable, educational, and comfortable for children and their families.

Child Ages:
1 year - 12 years
Licenses & Accreditations:
NAC accredited, NAEYC accredited
This provider does not accept vouchers
Hours of Operation:
m-f 6:00 AM-6:00 PM,sat closed sun closed

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Here at Augusta KinderCare, we are passionate about educating and nurturing children. We regard the families we serve as an extension of our own families. Our entire team strives for excellence through continuing education, from biannual company professional development training to seeking additional college courses within the field of education. At the end of the day, the true key to our success is our teachers’ passion for educating children along with their love of learning.


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