Welcome to Harrison KinderCare in Harrison, Ohio. We are very excited to meet you and your family and introduce you to ours. We believe in developing the whole child with an emphasis on emotional, social, cognitive and physical growth. We have a specially designed curriculum to develop children into caring, creative individuals with a lifelong love of learning. We hire teachers with a passion for education and a deep love of the children and families we service. We are deeply rooted in the Harrison community and pride ourselves on raising a generation who loves to send their own children to KinderCare. Your child will not only have a safe, secure and stimulating environment to learn in, but will have support from a team of dedicated developmental experts who have a true passion for educating and nurturing children. Please let us become an extension of your family! Visit us today!
Teachers & Staff
KinderCare teachers have a passion for the education of children. They are fully committed to providing a quality curriculum in a safe and nurturing environment. They help the children grow physically, socially and emotionally, as well as in cognition. The teachers inspire children by engaging them in age-appropriate activities that help foster self-esteem and creativity. In addition, KinderCare teachers devote more time to training and professional growth than teachers in any other national childcare provider. Our teachers participate in more than 25 hours of additional training every year. This helps ensure they keep current on early childhood education topics and research. Our teachers are dedicated to developing your child's special talents and are sensitive to his or her individual needs. Our low teacher-to-student ratios allow teachers to focus on the learning styles of each child in our center and help your child meet his or her own potential.
Health & Safety
Health and safety of the children is the first priority for every KinderCare teacher. The teachers are trained and certified in CPR, First Aid, Communicable Disease and Child Abuse Prevention. They are trained to take attendance every 30 minutes, and before and after transitions using a name-to-face method. Building security is established by requiring parents to enter a code on a keypad in order to enter the classrooms. Before releasing any child to a caregiver, that person is checked for identification and permission to have access to the child. The playgrounds are fenced in and separated by age groups, as well, to ensure the safety of the children.
has NAC accreditation.