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How Prezi can be used to promote schools

Another option for KECC to send free updates to the community

Amy Lesmeister

on 2 October 2014

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100 N. Sappington Rd. | Kirkwood, MO 63122
Don't you know KECC rules!
Welcome to the Kirkwood R-7 School District's Early Childhood Center.
We provide a warm, secure, nurturing environment where each child's uniqueness is valued and fostered throughout the day.
All children will learn, grow, and develop to realize their full potential.
Our greatest asset is our staff. We are very proud of our teachers who have degrees in Early Childhood Education.
The goal of our curriculum is to aid in the social, emotional, cognitive, creative and physical development of each child.
We Feature:
Social Emotional Development
Early Science
Physical Development,
Health and Safety
Enrollment in the KECC Program is open to all children in the St. Louis area between the ages of two and five years, without discrimination in regard to race, gender, or ethnic origin. We welcome all!

Please see our handbook for more information
Each day KECC serves a nutricious breakfast, lunch, and a morning and afternoon snack. All meals are prepared on-site and are planned and prepared to meet the nutritional requirements established by the Missouri Department of Health's Child Care Food Program.

We do NOT allow any peanut butter or peanut by-products in our classrooms.
At KECC we practice PBS every day with the Kangaroo Code!
Take Care of Ourselves,
and to Take Care of Our School.
Take Care of Each Other,
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