It’s no secret that even before COVID, parents needed flexible child care options. Working parents needing childcare for evenings, weekends, and on-call shifts. Stay-at-home parents looking for a few hours to make appointments or run errands, and parents going out for a date night could all use some extra help with child care outside of regular daycare and school hours.
But with the pandemic and the onslaught of changes to their normal child care routine, the once tricky juggling act of ‘who will watch the kids?’ has now become a pressing situation for many families. Add to it that ‘family life’ looks a lot different than it did even a year ago. Between work-from-home parents hopping on and off Zoom meetings, older kids with changing virtual school schedules, and rotating caregivers for the littlest ones, traditional child care options can’t match up to their current schedules.
Enter KidsPark Murfreesboro, which will allow families the opportunity to secure the child care they need, no matter what their schedule may demand. This new center offers a modern drop-in child care model. This includes late operating hours, hourly care, and flexible preschool curriculum and distance learning options, all under the guidance of dedicated staff who are passionate about helping children thrive.
“It's important to us to contribute to the Murfreesboro community through KidsPark because we want to spread a sense of connection among families and build a strong support system where our children can grow, thrive... and have some fun along the way," says Megan Stewart, Owner KidsPark Murfreesboro. "As a locally owned small business, our primary goal is that KidsPark will be a safe and reliable resource for parents who just need a little help from time to time.”
For more information, visit kidspark.com/murfreesboro/ or email firstname.lastname@example.org.