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Jeffersonville Location Now Enrolling

Dear KCA Families, Our Jeffersonville KCA location has been open for about 8 weeks now, and our enrollment has steadily increased from 12 when we first opened to a current 35. We want to continue spreading the word that we are enrolling, as we anticipate our Jeff location to have a licensed capacity of 135. We would like your help! To help us get
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2nd Location Opening Fall 2013

As the owners of Kids Care Academy, we are excited with all opportunities for expansion, and we have created a long-term goal of owning and operating at least five child care centers in the southern Indiana area; locations will be in New Albany, Floyds Knobs, Clarksville, Jeffersonville, and another location will specifically offer care to before and after-school children within Clark and Floyd Counties. We have acquired the building of our next child care center in a prime
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Parent/Teacher Conferences

Parent/Teacher Conferences will be conducted with our teachers and families November 19, 20, 21. This is a great opportunity for us to discuss the children’s needs and goals for the upcoming months as they continue to grow within our program. Sign up sheets are now posted.


KCA is Dedicated in the Memory of Michael Allen Schell

Michael A. Schell, 68, passed away November 19th, 2011 at his lake house that he loved in Ninevah, Indiana on Princes Lake from complications of leukemia that he had battled for over ten years.  He was born in Indianapolis, Indiana where he lived most of his life.  Michael retired from the Indianapolis Star News at age 57 and then he enjoyed working at Avis
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Bringing the Community to KCA

Throughout June, various members of the surrounding communities visited the preschool at Kids Care Academy to talk to the youngsters about how their jobs help impact the community.  Some of the topics that the community helpers discussed with the children were about safety, health, and nutrition at home and at school. One of the community volunteers who spoke with the children mentioned, “It is
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