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Student of the Month
Student of the month

Every month, the staff and instructor of the Kumon Center of Olathe vote to chose one student to honor for their hard work and dedication. That student will have their picture and certificate displayed in our center and earn $10 extra Kumon dollars!

Student of the month is open to any student attending Kumon six or more months and displaying the following traits: 

1- A positive learning attitude;
2- Complete all assignments on time; and
3- Follow center rules and worksheet directions.

Kumon Dollars and Cosmic Stickers
Kumon Dollars

At our Kumon Center of Olathe-East, students earn Kumon dollars for attending class and turning in completed homework assignments. They also earn bonus dollars for extra effort and passing achievement tests. Students may then spend their Kumon dollars by ordering merchandise from our Kumon Prize Book which consists of prizes requested by the students. Examples of such prizes are Lego sets, flash drives, games, trading cards, pillow pets and more!

Our younger students (ages 3 to 6) earn stickers to place on their cosmic maps. Once they get to marked goals on their maps they go to the Prize Box filled with gifts!

kumon+ Student Loyalty Program

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kumon+ is a loyalty program that rewards students for attending a Kumon Center. Think of it as a special club for Kumon Students - one that motivates them as they work through the Kumon program. Students earn points for every complete month they attend Kumon, plus bonus points for as long as they’re enrolled. These points can be traded in for exciting rewards. And if students are enrolled in our Math and Reading programs, they’ll earn points for both subjects. Every Kumon Student is a member of kumon+.

For more information on kumon+.

Advanced Student Honor Roll

The Advanced Student Honor Roll recognizes Kumon students working ahead of their school grade level. Ambitious students remain in the program in order to stay above their grade level. These students study more challenging material than they are receiving at school in pursuit of their academic aspirations.