The moment you enroll your child at your Chesterfield KinderCare, you become family. A partnership of care is formed-care that is not only safe and protective, but also provides the foundation for a lifetime of learning and success. Everyday, when you enter your school, we will create a positive, educational and meaningful home-away-from-home experience. Our Classrooms are designed so that each child can learn, explore, share, and grow in a nurturing and fun environment.
We service Chesterfield, Ballwin, Manchester and Town and Country families. The center is conveniently located West of the intersection of 141 and Clayton Road, in the heart of Chesterfield.
Teachers & Staff
At your neighborhood Chesterfield KinderCare you will find a team of dedicated teachers with over 312 years of experience. They are here to assure that your child has the best early childhood education and that they respond to the unique needs and interests of every child. Each day our teachers will love and nurture all children in their classrooms as well as create a warm and welcoming environment for you and your family.
Health & Safety
As you arrive at our front door, you will see our keypad entry system. When we start and end our days in our family gathering classrooms, you will see that safe, age appropriate toys and activities are available. Our CPR and First Aid certified teachers ensure the classroom environments are clean and safe every day. We conduct monthly fire drills and have emergency plans in place for all natural disasters that may occur. The safety of your child is very important to us at the Chesterfield 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.
Disclaimer: the license was verified when this listing was created. We do our best to keep information up-to-date, but cannot guarantee that it is. You should verify the license status before enrolling in any child care program.