PRESCHOOL IN AUBURN, WA

You want your child to be well cared for while you’re at work, but daycare isn’t going to cut it: you also need to make sure your child is developing into a happy and successful person. For a quality pre-kindergarten education, check out the Kid’s Country learning center in Auburn, WA. Our comfortable classrooms and fun, constructive activities provide the environment your child needs to grow.

Quality Learning

We place each child in the classroom that’s the best fit for them so they can make school a home away from home and develop at their own rate. Furthermore, to improve our teachers’ ability to assess children’s development and foster optimal learning, we provide ongoing teacher education.

Our assurance of quality doesn’t stop there, though. Our pre-k curriculum is engaging and age-appropriate, including activities such as reading, drawing, dancing, writing, singing, experimenting, and exploring.

All this may sound too good to be affordable, but Kid’s Country actually has costs that are about 20 percent lower than those of other centers in the Auburn, WA, area. We’re sincerely dedicated to inspiring and empowering children by instilling confidence and good habits in children from a variety of backgrounds.

Call us at 253-931-1993 to learn more about our preschool or get started with an application.

Address

101 - 10th St NE

Auburn, WA 98001

Hours

Mon-Fri 5:30 am - 6:30 pm

Ages

4 weeks through 12 years

Schools We Service

Dick Scobee

Evergreen Heights

Washington Elementary

Director

Patty Wesselius began her employment with Kid's Country in 1999 when she was hired as a pre-kindergarten teacher at the Tacoma location. Her positions with the company have included being a Regional Program Supervisor, Program Supervisor, and Director. She welcomes the opportunity to work with all of you, especially your children and families; additionally, she also invites you to come tour the Auburn center and welcomes your visit.

Program Supervisor

Carrie Jungwirth has been in childcare since 2005.  She enjoys watching the children learn and grow.  Before assuming her position as Program Supervisor, Carrie started as a teaching assistant in the classroom and later became the preschool teacher.  Carrie has a CDA and loves the added responsibility of being able to be a positive role model in the lives of all children in our facility.  Please feel free to visit the center at your convenience.

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