Our Criteria


Effective communication is of the utmost importance here at Kreative Kids Learning Center. Your first point of contact will typically be your assigned teacher/caregiver. The best way to reach them is through Kaymbu or email.
We also welcome informal/formal dialogue meetings at pick-up/drop-off or appointment
Families are always welcome to call or email the center through
Email: greetings@localhost

Home Visits , Conferences, & Family Meetings

Common practice among state and federal early education programs includes two home visits, two conferences, and 3 family meetings to achieve our family engagement component. They are valuable in building respectful relationships with families and in developing a broad understanding of every child in the program. They also enhance adult’s knowledge and understanding of the developmental progress of their child.
Home visits take place at the beginning and end of the year. They typically run for 60 minutes excluding travel time and designed to ease the transition into the GSRP program for the child and family. Activities might include:
  • Taking photos of parent and child, pets, the home, etc.
  • Leaving photos of staff and classroom
  • ASQ screening
  • Partnering on child development
Conferences occur twice a year, once in the Fall and again in the Spring. A family/teacher conference is a formal setting where the progress and current skills of the child in the classroom are discussed. Typical topics covered are the COR assessment, adult-child interaction, child-child interaction, future goals, and any concerns that may have risen. A family/teacher conference is an effective time that is set aside to discuss, in depth, how the child is doing.


We believe in contributing to the greater early learning community and with social media we are able to do that efficiently. It is a great way to stay connected with our families and other families creating a global network of insight, positivity, compassion, and empathy. Although we promote the works of social media we do not impose social media posts on our families. You may decline the media release of your child and family in writing


While we are committed to the principle of inclusion and supporting every child, there may be a need for a referral, in this case, appropriate referrals for the child will be provided to offer them the best opportunity to thrive. Our referral process includes needs other than special education. We will properly guide and refer families to resources that are in the best interest of the families. Although our staff receives ongoing training, we are not a full-service family social justice agency.
Our physical environment is free of barriers, and a variety of teaching strategies are used to meet the individual needs of children. When our care can no longer meet its objective, we must prioritize what is in the best interest of the child—the staff will facilitate an exit strategy with a referral in place for the specific need of the family.