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NOVI, Mich., August 17, 2015 – With the back-to-school season under way, Learning Care Group is helping parents set the path to success with a personalized program for their infants, school-agers, and all the stages in between.
Families enrolling in the company’s Childtime, Children’s Courtyard, La Petite Academy and Tutor Time schools can be confident that their young children will be academically and emotionally prepared for elementary school. At nearly 900 locations nationwide, a proprietary School Readiness Pathway offers a clear roadmap to ensure appropriate learning and development, beginning in infancy. For children ages 5-12, Learning Care Group’s exclusive My Best Self program — new this fall — provides a fun and educational start and finish to each day.
“Parents are looking for a personalized early learning experience that will provide a foundation for their child’s academic success in kindergarten and throughout the school years,” said Barbara Beck, Chief Executive Officer, Learning Care Group. “We’re empowering families with educational options to create the most fitting learning path for their child at every age.”
Mapping Each Child’s Unique Early Learning Journey
Throughout the Learning Care Group portfolio, students benefit from ongoing observation, assessment and customized lesson planning to meet their individual needs.
“Our School Readiness Pathway is supported by a solid research base that aligns children’s developmental indicators to school-readiness outcomes,” said Dr. Susan Canizares, Chief Academic Officer, Learning Care Group. “As we continually assess each child’s progress in meeting objectives, parents can be assured that appropriate learning goals will be met every step of the way.”
For children who have already completed Pre-K:
A Great Start and Finish to Every School Day
Learning Care Group’s new My Best Self program for school-age students focuses on goal-setting and reflection, complemented by homework support, team-building opportunities and physical activity. It includes five clubs that offer an engaging experience for all students while providing order and structure to their mornings and afternoons.
Before school: Kick-Off Club sets up productive school days through an effective morning routine that helps students define their daily goals.