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  • The Brabsons

    I would tell parents that CCK is a great early learning program to have their child in. The teachers are great and it is like gaining another family. Continue reading

    Why did you think it was important for your child to attend CCK?

    Helen: It was important to stimulate emotional and social development.

    Sharon: I think it is important because CCK has a lot to offer my child.

    What do you think sets CCK apart from other early childhood programs?

    Helen: What sets CCK apart from other programs is the skilled and trained staff.

    Sharon: What sets CCK apart from other programs is that they provide more learning opportunities and offer a better lunch.

    How does the staff involve the parents of their “students?”

    Helen: The staff at CCK keeps open lines of communication with the parents.

    Sharon: They involve parents by having “Week of the Young Child” which lets parents come in for the whole week and do different activities with their child and teachers. They also have field trips where parents can come along too.

    What are the two or three most important things they gained from attending?

    Helen: They appreciate routine and gain structure from CCK..

    Sharon: Fred has gained great learning skills.

    Tell me about the staff and their interaction with the children?

    Helen: The staff watches the children grow, mature and form a bond with each of their families.

    Sharon: The teachers interact with the children by having group time and field trips.

    What would you say to parents who are considering enrolling their child at CCK?

    Helen: CCK is a caring and warm environment for the children.

    Sharon: I would tell parents that CCK is a great early learning program to have their child in. The teachers are great and it is like gaining another family.