A child’s first 30 days


Your child might even be a little nervous.

at KL International Kidsclub or within a new classroom can be a challenging time for both parents and children. We invite you to stop by any time during this period of transition to observe your child’s classroom and help make her transition as easy as possible.

We have many great tools on hand to help make this new child care education experience a positive one. In addition to face-to-face communication, you’ll receive:


An Introductory Conference

School master will meet with you during the first week to make sure you’ve met your child’s teacher and that you’re informed about our processes and procedures, your child’s schedule and where to locate things in the classroom.


Courtesy Phone Call

To ease the anxiety many new parents feel on their child’s first day, our teacher will be happy to call you (by request) to let you know how things are going.


Welcome to Our Classroom

You will get a letter from the teacher on the first Friday of your child’s first week at KL International Kidsclub. The letter is an opportunity for teachers to introduce themselves, give you an overview of the daily schedule and highlight some of the activities your child will be working on.


Two-Week Check-In

Your child’s teacher will send home this letter at the end of the child’s second week in her new classroom. The letter allows teachers to share some of your child’s favorite experiences at KL International Kidsclub.


Three- to Five-Week Conference

School master will schedule a time to meet with you to check in and answer any lingering questions you might have.


New Parent Orientation Breakfast

A great opportunity to meet other new parents, this event is held several times a year.


For general information, you may call 603-2141 2153 or send an email: info.klkidsclub@gmail.com

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“Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting of a fire.” – W.B. Yeats