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About the Center

Introduction

Welcome to the Kumon Math and Reading Center of Kirkwood. For more than 50 years, the Kumon after-school academic enrichment program has been helping children achieve success worldwide. Our Kumon Center strives for the same success, motivating all of our students to perform at their highest potential. We strive to instill in children the desire to achieve more, a love of learning and the motivation to learn on their own.  We look forward to working with you and your child.


Price and Fees

CENTER TUITION AND FEES POLICY
TUITION                           1 subject             2 subjects
Pre-K – 5th grade               $130                     $250
6th-8th grades                   $140                     $270
9th– adult                          $150                     $290    
RegistrationFee: $50 per student
 

  • These rates are effective as of June 1, 2018.
  • Tuition will increase by $5 for 1 subject and $10 for 2 subjects each year on June 1.
  • Tuition is due on the 1st of the month.
  • Late fee of $30 if tuition is paid after the 10th of the month.
  • NSF fee of $50 for returned check.
  • Payment accepted by cash or check or Electronic Funds Transfer/ACH (recommended).

Policies

During Class
Single-subject students should allow for at least 20-30 minutes in the Center.
Double-subject students should allow for 40 minutes to 1 hour.

The Kumon classroom has to be a quiet study area so that everyone can concentrate. Brothers, sisters, and parents are asked to please stay in the waiting area. Please work quietly, and do not disturb the students.

Absences:
If you ever have to miss a class, the student’s work will be automatically placed outside of the back door in a weatherproof container. You may come at any time to retrieve the missed work. You can reach the box by driving around the back of the building and look for the black storage tub on the ground to the left of door 449.

Communicating with the Instructor:
During class hours, it is important for the Instructor to focus solely on the students and the running of class. For this reason, the Instructor will not be available to meet with parents during class unless a conference has been scheduled in advance.  Please contact Ann by phone during the day at 314-835-1316 or by e-mail at [email protected]  You can leave a message with Casey at the desk as well.

Job Opportunities

Positions Available

  • Posted: Monday, November 16, 2020
  • Center Assistants
    Work in a collaborative environment and enjoy supporting the development of the math and reading skills of our students. 

    Graders
    Graders are responsible for grading student work during class, grading returning homework and completing record sheets. Graders may also assist students with making corrections.   

    Strong organization, neat handwriting, and an interest inworking with students are helpful skills.

    Comfort with high school math and reading skills is also an asset.


    Early Learner Assistant

    Early Learner assistants work with pre-school through 1st graders, assisting them with completion of worksheets, organizing work, and giving feedback to the instructor about the progress of the students.


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