Teachers and staff at Raytown KinderCare have a heart felt desire to educate and nurture young children. We specialize in providing superior preschool curriculum for an area in which quality education is in great demand. Our teachers have an average tenure of six years at our location and 20 years in the early childhood field. We serve both the Raytown and Hickman Mill School Districts, as well as several private schools within those school district boundaries.
Teachers & Staff
The Raytown KinderCare team strives for excellence through continuing education from twice yearly company professional development trainings and seeking additional college courses or seminars in the education field.
Health & Safety
Our top priority at KinderCare is to provide a safe and healthy environment for our children, families and staff.&nbsp;We do this through rigorous training and constant assessment and evaluation of proper policies and procedures.&nbsp;Your child’s security begins at the front door, literally.&nbsp;All guests and alternative pick up people are checked for identification and escorted through the building. Of course, our teachers have all cleared local, state and federal background checks, including fingerprinting.&nbsp;We are trained in infant and child CPR and First Aid. We do routine fire, storm and lock-down drills to prepare for the unexpected. Throughout the day, your child will be supervised at all times. No child is ever left unattended, even for a minute. Teachers have all been trained in supervision, discipline and guidance, and developmentally appropriate practices to ensure they understand the risks associated with the children in their care.&nbsp;If your child has food allergies or specific medical conditions, we will work with you to ensure your child’s well-being while in our care.&nbsp;We also take the responsibility of your child’s emotional security very seriously. We want every child to feel safe, loved, and respected while at KinderCare.
has NECPA accreditation.
National Early Childhood Program Accreditation is a voluntary accreditation system for programs serving children ages birth to five years. The NECPA program is an Automated Accreditation Indicator System (AAIS). This system and the instrument itself were developed by Richard Fiene, in conjunction with the Early Childhood Education Programs Department of Pennsylvania State University at Harrisburg. The NECPA self-assessment instrument is based on criteria in the following component areas: administration and general operations, professional development and work environment, indoor environment, outdoor environment, developmental programs, parent and community involvement, formal school linkages, and health and safety.