What we care about most is each individual child. All Kumon learning must be, without exception, a useful learning experience for the child's growth and future. We must provide an opportunity to learn with the Kumon Method to as many children as possible. These two things we always hold firmly in our hearts as we approach our work, they are the sole reason for Kumon's existence and development, and are also our responsibility for the children. If, along the way, we waver or there is dissent, we will always stop to ask ourselves, "Will this really benefit the children?" and thus we will find our way once again. With this in mind, we will do everything in our power to make this educational method even more valuable and to allow as many children as possible to learn with the Kumon Method.
We are grateful to our local communities in which we live and work. As a conscientious corporate citizen, we take an active part in a variety of activities to improve the quality of life in our communities such as the preservation of the natural environment and resources, and the improvement of local education and culture. In this way, we will fulfill our responsibility and obligation to the global community.
Due to inclement weather the Hockessin Center will be closed on Tuesday, 21st Jan 2014. Homework can be picked up fom the bin outside.
Bear Center will be closed on Wed, 22nd Jan 2014. Homework will be available in the bin after 12:00 noon on Thu 23rd Jan 2014.
If you can, swing by and pickup the homework. Take care and be safe.
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