Frequently Asked Questions
We accept children ages 6 weeks to 12 years old without discrimination on the basis of political affiliation, religion, race, color, sex, mental or physical disabilities.
Our hours of operation are 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. to accommodate your family’s needs
We are open Monday through Friday, except on the following holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Independence Day
- Labor Day
- Thanksgiving, Friday after Thanksgiving
- Early Closings: Christmas Eve and New Year’s Eve.
- If the holiday falls on a weekend, we may close on Friday or Monday in accordance with generally accepted holiday schedules.
You will be informed of all rates and fees upon enrollment
We have special sibling rates. See front desk for details.
We have special part-time rates. See front desk for details.
Yes, our complimentary internet viewing system can connect parents and family members to their child while at work or thousands of miles away. Through a secured internet site and unique password, you can observe your child’s daily activities through your computer. The same cameras are fed to the front desk for additional monitoring by administrative staff.
Yes, our centers have school buses with seat belts to transport children to and from school in the morning and afternoon. We currently service the following elementary schools: Castle Hills, Coyote Ridge, Hebron Valley, Homestead, Independence, Indian Creek, and Polser. However, we currently only provide morning service to Coyote Ridge. If you need morning transportation to one of the other schools we service, please contact the front desk to find out if that is an availble option.
Yes, our buses are available for area field trips. We transport children who meet the state’s age requirements. Predominantly, field trips are taken in the summer (at least two times a week) for school age children who participant in our weekly camp program. These children are given opportunities to see their community and other places of interest. We have attended professional sporting events, visited area museums, and toured the zoo. We have also taken our campers to lots of entertainment venues. We provide fun and learning for the children and guarantee the maximum protection plan for parent’s peace of mind.
We encourage family-school collaboration with daily communication. We use an app called Tadpoles. Learn More About it Here!
Kids ‘R’ Kids utilizes tempered, safety glass walls and doors for a multitude of reasons: they provide the best view possible; they are cleaner, safer and leave no question of who is caring for your child; they promote an open environment where teachers and children are in constant contact; and ensure the utmost safety and security of everyone.
Our exclusive curriculum propels Kids ‘R’ Kids Learning Academies far beyond state and industry standards. The standards-driven learning goals provide teachers with the tools to engage children in fun and purposeful activities.
Yes, our schools are equipped with three to four areas of outside play. The children have scheduled times in the morning and the afternoon to explore their outside world. As an added safety feature, our schools have six- to nine-foot fencing around the outside perimeter of the play areas. The play equipment is state-of-the-art, and Kids ‘R’ Kids abides by the federal regulations on safety equipment and the surrounding fall zones.
Yes. Breakfast, lunch, morning, and afternoon snacks are available at Kids ´R´ Kids. Information is provided by the school on any charges that may apply. For bottle-fed children, families must provide prepared formula or mother’s milk placed in bottles. We will inform you of the policy regarding baby foods. All infant items should be marked with the child´s first and last name, and date. Weekly menus for children on table food are available for review.
Yes, the Kids ‘R’ Kids faculty are required to follow the state regulations that apply to training. All staff are trained in First Aid/CPR, Infectious Disease Control, Injury Prevention, and Child Abuse Awareness. Additional training in curriculum, child development, classroom arrangement, classroom management, age-appropriate activities, nutrition, field trip planning and OSHA regulations provide the skills needed to create a quality learning environment. The staff is encouraged to further their education through CDA and CCP programs and are given opportunities to attend professional training conferences.
We invite you to stop by anytime. For a tour or to visit a specific staff member, we recommend that you schedule an appointment.
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Because we are family-owned and operated, we are on-site and actively involved with our staff and families. This allows us to uphold the highest standards and provide unparalleled service for the families in our community.
If an emergency develops such as severe weather, fire, physical damage to the building, or any other situation that poses a threat, you will be notified. The notification process will be given to you upon enrollment.
We are proud to use ZONO Sanitech in our school which has proven broad efficacy against common bacteria and viruses, and fungi, controls microbial contamination, and is an important part of a comprehensive sanitizing program for child care organizations, schools, athletic facilities and teams, public safety, hotels, and more. We use our ZONO Sanitech machine throughout the day to provide the safest learning environment possible. Click here to see what the ZONO is all about!
Onesource Water employs a new technology that uses bottleless water coolers which provide your children the cleanest, best-tasting pure water available. In addition to a great, clean taste, this technology provides a signficant positive impact on the environment!
How it Works
This technology takes ordinary tap water and purifies it right on the spot. Then the water is stored in an airtight stainless-steel tank and not in plastic jugs.
Self Cleaning and Oxygenated
Water goes through an oxygen injection and is sanitized in the tank, eliminating 100% of microbiological contamination. Nitrates, arsenic, lead, mercury and pharmaceutical by-products and other impurities are removed as well. This process delivers clean, great tasting pure water.
No Dirty Hands Near Your Water
A digital control panel keeps hands away from the water spout significantly reducing contamination and the spread of germs and bacteria among staff and children.