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Company Updates

  • We’re proud to support our community, this fall and throughout the year. Check out how we can help with your child’s distance learning.

  • We are excited to introduce our new Everbrook Academy in South Riding!

  • Congrats to Alex Guarino from Childtime in Medford Twp, NJ, the winner of Learning Care Group’s recent staff t-shirt design contest! Employees at our 900 preschool locations nationwide were recently invited to submit original artwork to be featured on our staff shirts. Here’s the winning design, and the talented teacher behind it. There were many fabulous submissions – thanks to all who entered!

  • Working parents face an unprecedented challenge. Questions about the new school year, plus evolving work schedules and new workspace accommodations make this an uncertain time. Employers: Partner with Learning Care Group to give your team members peace of mind. With 900 locations, we?re here for working families. We offer early education and child care for infants to school-age students, with flexible enrollment choices for busy schedules.

  • Learning Care Group has flexible programs for elementary school students this fall, including a new full-day option. Check it out!

  • Ensuring the stability of the child care industry is crucial for our working families and our economic recovery.

  • Our Chief Human Resources Officer Judy Fimiani recently joined Deloitte's Capital H podcast to talk about Learning Care Group's work in developing a detailed well-being plan and how it's helping build resilience among our teachers. Check it out!

  • The National Women’s Law Center is leading a #SaveChildCare call-in day today to urge lawmakers to pass legislation to secure child care funding. LCG is participating, along with other providers and child care advocacy organizations. To spread the word, you can share the LCG message from LinkedIn – go to this link, and then like/share.

  • To address a potential learning gap, children need support for skills practice and conceptual development. Children are better able to master skills when learning is connected to something that engages and intrigues them. Our Chief Academic Officer Dr. Susan Canizares explains how skills are acquired and mastered, which then frees up the brain for conceptual activities.

  • Our Chief Academic Officer Dr. Susan Canizares talks about The Prep Lab, a new program that builds on our fun summer camp experience and helps ensure children in grades K-5 will be ready for fall.

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