The enrollment of a new child is done in a very careful and caring way by the staff at Le Chaperon Rouge. It is recommended that you bring your child in for a free, three day introductory period the week before the child starts attending our schools. The parent or guardian is requested to stay with the child and help the child acclimate to our schools during this process. Mrs. Moga-Kennedy pledges that our staff will work with the parents every step of the way to make sure your child is well-adjusted to our environment, and looks forward to coming to Le Chaperon Rouge every day.
If you are interested in finding out more about our premier program offerings for your child, please stop in anytime for a personal tour of our facilities!
I highly recommend Le Chaperon Rouge to any family seeking care for their children. You will be very happy you made this decision. I know it is a very important decision to make, but choosing Le Chaperon Rouge would be the right one.-Loretta Stanton, mother of two, customer of 11 years
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The love, structure, and nurturing environment are exactly what Gavin
has needed to embark on his educational journey. With full confidence I would
recommend any friend or family member to entrust their child to your care.
It is very important to the owner and founder, Mrs. Stella Moga-Kennedy, that we are able to offer to children the fortune of always having a feeling of security while in our care, due to multiple classrooms to divide children by age and aptitude, and small group sizes. Our building prototypes are designed with the security of the children as our first priority, using all of the knowledge of our 27 years in business. All of the classrooms are situated around a large indoor gross motor area, with windows looking into all of the classrooms. Video cameras in each classroom filter into the office for direct viewing of each classroom at all times. Special accommodations are made for each age group dependent on their needs- an extra deep changing table in the infant room for the security of the child; an up-to-date, fully equipped kitchen; a separate cafeteria for meals; and bathrooms and sinks in each classroom for the children's convenience to name just a few.