Welcome to KinderCare Learning Center located in Midwest City, Oklahoma. Our staff believes that every family is important, every child is unique and deserves the best care and attention. Through training and an excellent curriculum, our staff encourages social as well as emotional growth and physical development all while providing a fun, secure and loving learning environment.
Teachers & Staff
The Center Director and staff at our Midwest City KinderCare are excited and passionate about your children and learning. We believe learning is a life-long process and work as hard to develop ourselves as we do to protect and educate your precious children. Staff receive a minimum 24 hours of trainings annually and new staff participate in over 60 hours of training in their first year. Currently 6 staff members are certified by the state of Oklahoma as Master Teachers.
In addition, we believe that it is our duty to support not only our families and community. We host community events such as the Caring Van Immunization Clinic, Safe Kids Oklahoma Car Seat Safety Checks, and First Aid and CPR classes. Similarly, we partner with nearby Tinker Air Force Base ,the Mid-Del and Choctaw School Districts, the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, and local family support agencies to provide wrap around services for the families we serve.
We are conveniently located on Douglas Ave. close to the I40 exit and minutes from Tinker Air Force Base. We are NECPA accredited and Oklahoma Department of Human Services 3-star rated. More importantly, we love children and we cannot wait to meet you!
Health & Safety
Our staff members all have current CPR and First Aid Certifications through the American Heart Association. We receive over 20 hours of training a year and staff in the first year receive 60 hours. We practice monthly Fire and Tornado drills. To further keep children safe we have a key pad entry and all our playgrounds are fenced in.
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.