Kids 'R' Kids Open House

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Open and excited for new students, Kids ‘R’ Kids North Cobb will hold three Open Houses for parents, guardians and entire families to tour the facility and speak with the directors.


WHAT:        Kids ‘R’ Kids North Cobb Open Houses!


Come visit, enjoy light refreshments and speak with the directors of the newest Kids ‘R’ Kids School and Academy. All visitors will be able to tour the new facilities and check out all the amenities it has to offer.


WHEN:        October 20, 2012 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

                  October 27, 2012 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

                  November 3, 2012 from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m.


WHERE:      Kids ‘R’ Kids North Cobb

3900 Canton Road

                  Marietta, GA 30066


WHO:          Anyone interested in learning more information about the AdvancED and SACS/CASI accredited school should come speak to the directors about the exclusive curriculum.


Parents and guardians searching for a preschool for their loved ones should come learn more about the onsite chef, play-based learning, Splash Pad, StarBoards and how Kids ‘R’ Kids is leading the field in early childhood brain development.




About Kids ‘R’ Kids:

Headquartered in the North Atlanta suburb of Duluth, Ga., Kids ‘R’ Kids Schools and Academies® provide a secure, nurturing and educational environment for children (ages 6 weeks – 12 years) to bloom into responsible, considerate and contributing members of society. With over 160 locations in 15 states, Kids ‘R’ Kids International® is a family owned and operated organization that ranks in the top 10 nationwide for franchised early childhood education centers. http://www.kidsrkids.com/



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