9646 Clayton Road
Monthly Tuition: $130/subject
Payment Method: Electric Fund Transfer (EFT) only. No more check/cash payment will be accepted. The New Authorization Form must be filed for January 2019 tuition.
Transaction Date: 1st of each month is the date that monthly tuition is withdrawn from the bank account.
Automatic Reauthorization: No action needed. EFT authorization is considered valid until a new authorization form is filed.
Absent/Withdraw Notice: The current Absence/Withdrawal Form is replaced by the EFT Authorization Form. The form must be submitted 5 days prior to the transaction date (1st of each month). Kumon allows one month absence each year. Once any worksheets are checked out during a month, the student cannot be absent for the month, regardless if the worksheets are used or not. Any change of tuition payment must be directed by submission of a properly dated EFT Authorization Form with a marking of holding payment for one month absence and discontinue payment for withdrawing.
Penalty for Refunding: $30/subject. If the changing Authorization Form is not submitted in time to stop transaction on 1st of the month, but is submitted by the 15th of the month, then $100/subject will be refunded by the end of the month.
New Higher Level Math Tutor (2019)
Daniel Hoffman, a Washington University in St. Louis math major, will be helping out Kumon Ladue on Saturdays only. He is familiar with difficult math topics such as calculus, and will thus be helping the higher level math Kumon section.
Save $60 by Referral (2019)
Refer a family to the Kumon Center of Ladue, and save $60 if the family signs up and stays for 3 months! This offer is valid through January 31, 2017. You will find a referral form in your child’s "plastic.
Schedule a Conference (2019)
Please contact Dr. Kimura (314-993-9192) to sign-up for a 30-minute time slot to discuss student progress and any questions you may have concerning Kumon and your child's performance.
Potential appointment availability: Mondays or Fridays between 4:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.
Two articles authored by Dr. Kimura concerning math education have been added to the Articles section of the Resources page. The articles by Dr. Kimura are entitled Why Not More Word Problems? and U.S. Math Education Needs a Paradigm Shift.
Summer Kumon Ladue Tutors and Helpers (2018)
In addition to local high school students, these are the college students working at the center during the summer:
Alyssa Despotis (Washington University in St. Louis)
Leanna Feng (Northwestern University)
Yoana Ivanova (Northwestern University)
Sophia Li (University of Chicago)
Leda Liang (Washington University in St. Louis)
Albert Liu (Emory University)
Glen Morgenstern (Duke University)
Nisha Naseer (Vanderbilt University)
Tong Zhao (MIT)
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