Welcome toKettle Falls Early Learning Center!
If you are seeking a fun and nurturing program where your child will be cared for and encouraged to learn and grow to the best of his or her potential, then the Kettle Falls Early Learning Center (KFELC) may well be the place for your family.
Summer is quickly approaching and it is going to be a lot of fun here at the ELC! Please get your summer registrations turned in soon. If you have any questions please contact Trisha Dean at 738-6625 x155 or firstname.lastname@example.org
CLOSING EARLY ON MAY 31
In order to ensure the safety of our children and feasibility of parent pickup/dropoff we have made the decision to close at 12:00 pm on Friday, May 31 for Town & Country Days. All children will need to be picked up by 12:00 and there will be no after school care that day. The children’s safety is of the utmost importance to us and we appreciate your understanding.
Due to sensitivities and allergies we are unable to provide sunscreen for the children. Parents are encouraged to purchase over the counter sunscreen (as recognized by the US Food and Drug Administration) and leave it at the ELC for their child. If your child has an allergy or sensitivity that requires sunscreen other than over the counter we will need a note from your doctor. We ask that parents apply sunscreen in the morning before bringing their child to the ELC and our staff will assist children with application again in the afternoon.
We are all loving the warmer weather and are excited to break out the summer clothes. When dressing children for their day at the ELC we ask that you consider their modesty and safety in the classroom and on the playground. Shorts and t-shirts or tank tops are fine and appropriate. Please ensure that tops have some sort of a strap to hold them up. If your child wants to wear a dress that is also fine, we just ask that they wear shorts underneath. Shoes are the biggest safety concern. Our children love to run and play on the playground and while they do happen we want to avoid falls and injuries as much as possible. Tennis shoes are encouraged and always appropriate, as are closed toed sandals. Please do not send your child in flip flops or sandals that do not offer adequate support for running, jumping, etc.
Parents - if you are looking for summertime activities for your children, please register them for free bowling.....2 free games of bowling a day! Register at www.KidsBowlFree.com