Child Care In South Edmonton
Kepler Academy Cavanagh
Thursday March 25, 2021 | 6 – 8 pm
Thursday April 8, 2021 | 6 – 8 pm
Saturday, April 17, 2021 | 10am – 3pm
Thursday April 22, 2021 | 6 – 8 pm
Our centre will be open after hours for individual family tours, 30 minutes in length. Children are welcome to join. Please book your tour in advance by contacting our Centre Director, Karen, or Assistant Director, Shannon. We ask that all adults bring a mask or face covering to wear while inside.
To Book a Tour, Contact Kepler Academy Cavanagh:
Kepler Academy Cavanagh is located at 10906 30 Avenue SW in the community of Cavanagh. It is conveniently accessed by James Mowatt Trail or 103A Street SW. Ample parking is available for parents and educators.
The centre has a beautiful modern design throughout, with 13 classrooms designed and built to create an enriched and optimal learning environment, inviting children to explore. Our centre offers a nature-inspired play space. We also provide nutritious snacks and meals throughout the day.
Through our Exploratory Education approach, Kepler Academy offers full-time educational child care and early learning for children 16 weeks to 6 years of age, as well as out-of-school care for 6 to 12 years. Transportation is also provided to nearby elementary schools.
We follow a guided curriculum for all ages, allowing your child to advance in several critical areas. Read more about Kepler’s curriculum and approach to early learning. We recruit qualified and experienced staff, that are fully certified and undergo regular training to ensure the very best care for your child.
Meet the Director
My name is Karen Heroux, and I am a Child Development Supervisor with 25 years’ experience in the field. My experience has included running a day home while my 2 sons were young, as well as working with multiple age groups in group childcare. I started leading teams 14 years ago, and truly found my passion. I enjoy mentoring and coaching early childhood educators to be able to enhance the lives of a child in our programs through developmentally appropriate activities and interactions. The relationships that we build with families are of the utmost importance, and I am a believer in facilitating those relationships throughout our practice. Professional Development is a great way for us to continually enhance our skills, and I am always watching for a new conference or workshop to attend for myself and my team.
I have been involved in different Community Leagues within Edmonton over the years, as a Youth Soccer Director and as a Memberships Director. I was an active member of the Girl Guides of Canada for over 20 years, as well as a volunteer/contributor to Santa’s Anonymous, Kids Help Phone, and Little Warriors. I believe in giving back to the community in which we live and work, and am excited to make that a priority with this new position.
In my spare time, I enjoy quality friends and family time with hiking, gardening, camping, and some golf when I get the chance. Life is short! Let’s live it and explore!