From home care to KinderCare

Making the leap from at-home care to a bustling KinderCare center is a major decision for many families. Numerous needs and wants become part of the decision-making process and the opinions and feedback of close family friends and coworkers can help parents in their choice. For one family in Pennsylvania, the recommendation of a friend…

Parents and Staff Agree: Karen Bowers is Best in Class

Karen Bowers’ Best in Class title came as no surprise to the staff and parents at Kensington KinderCare in Abingdon, Maryland. Karen’s passion, leadership and 18 years of serving the center set her apart. “Karen is what sold me on this center,” said Alison, whose three-year-old son Connor is enrolled in the center. “She was…

Taney Avenue KinderCare gets creative with curriculum

Tucked away in Frederick, Maryland, is a KinderCare center filled with learning, laughter, and an impressive collection of curriculum enrichments — so impressive, the staff bought a shed to keep all of their creations on hand. The center is known throughout Maryland for their enrichments, and staff from other centers in the area frequently stop by…

Welcoming new families and teachers to CCLC at GWU

On Wednesday, September 10, the brand new staff for CCLC’s newest center at George Washington University in Washington, D.C., held an open house for enrolled and prospective parents. The center, in transition from Bright Horizons to CCLC, wanted to go the extra mile to show families just how important it is to begin building their relationship.…

New Champions program gets a boost from local media

    As area manager Kerri Crenshaw prepared to open a new Champions site in Templeton, California, last month, she received a surprising phone call and offer from a local reporter. Allyson Oken from The Atascadero News attended a recent school district meeting where she heard about the new before- and after-school program that was…