It is important to keep in mind this time may vary depending on the student’s level, age, and the worksheets assigned. It is important that students arrive on time to complete their assignment and supplemental activities for the day.
We recommend that one-subject students arrive no later than 6:25 p.m. and that two-subject students arrive no later than 6:15 p.m.
In order to maintain an atmosphere conducive to study we request that only students enter the Kumon room. Please make sure your child visits the restroom and gets a drink of water (if desired) prior to beginning their work.
Kumon is a year-round program of study. Although, we do observe some national holidays, as well as spring break, and at the end of December, specific dates of center closings will be posted in the parent waiting area.
Kumon homework is assigned 365 days per year unless otherwise requested at the time of registration, or at least one week prior to any adjustment request. Parents may request weekends or vacations free from Kumon study one week in advance.
Class attendance is a vital part of the Kumon program. Observing students at work in class assists greatly in the planning process for that student. We also prefer to introduce new concepts in class so we may assist your child in reaching his/her Kumon goals. If a student is unable to attend class, please call the Center at 281-419-4434 by 10:00 a.m. on the day of the class. This will allow us the time to make adjustments to the student’s plan and prepare the work to be picked up. Work for absent students is left outside in the Kumon box if the parents request in advance.
The Instructor determines the number of worksheets assigned. It is important that the student be given the appropriate level and amount of work. Parental feedback regarding student’s work is always welcome. Please contact the Center at 281-419-4434 the day before the class to discuss any adjustments or concerns regarding your child’s Kumon study plan. An adjustment to the workload is the discretion of the Instructor.
The student returns the graded-homework sheets on the class day. These worksheets become the property of the Kumon center unless otherwise requested. On class days, the student completes the work and after grading (and corrections if needed), the worksheets are left at the center. You may request to review your child’s completed worksheets.
Communication with parents
Regular Kumon information will be sent to the parents in the child’s homework box. You may request a meeting at any time to discuss your child’s Kumon progress. Please note that meetings will not be scheduled during class time.