Summer Camp

From science to sports and arts to adventure, Krambrooke's Summer Camp provides weekly activities that foster learning, exploration and most of all fun!

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Schedule a Tour

We are delighted to host tours by appointment. We do encourage appointments so that we can give you our undivided attention. Tours are scheduled during curriculum time so you can see our classrooms in action.

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School Age Resource Center

A program for school age children affected by the COVID-19 school closures.

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At Krambrooke we believe that a child can reach his or her full academic potential and truly gain a love of learning when they first achieve a love and understanding of themselves, other people, and the world around them.

We strive to provide an environment that meets the needs of all children and promotes self-discovery and understanding along with educational needs.

Our warm and friendly staff is here with one goal in mind: to provide care and education to children.  Our purpose at Krambrooke is to help children commit to building and maintaining lasting relationships with family, friends, and others around them.  As teachers and friends to these children, we want to help instill a belief that mutual respect is the fundamental element of all relationships.  We wish to create a desire for the children to enrich their own lives by enriching the lives of others.  With these beliefs in mind, we model the same behavior with our students when building mentorships.  Krambrooke makes a commitment to show children care, honor, and integrity. 

Krambrooke prides itself in honoring the individuality of each child.  Our commitment is to honor each child as a person with their own unique needs, wants, and desires.  Our students are encouraged to seek awareness, approval, and commitment to themselves in order to help them attain fulfillment and confidence.  Children are taught to take responsibility for their own actions, well-being, and ultimate attainment of their goals and dreams.  Through this process of self-discovery our students are reminded that as they grow, they enrich our lives as much as we enrich theirs.

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Child Related Recalls

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Kid Cool LLC, of New York, N.Y., is voluntarily recalling about 5,100 Baby Cool and Kid Cool girls' jackets and vests. The zipper pull and metal ring on these garments can detach, posing a choking hazard to young children. [...]

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), Kolcraft Enterprises Inc. and Playskool are offering a $120 Child Saver Reward for the return of each Playskool Travel-Lite portable crib. These cribs were recalled in 1993, yet two children died in the cribs this summer, a New Jersey infant and a Chicago toddler. [...]

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) again is urging consumers to immediately search for and stop using previously recalled child products, in particular the "Playskool Travel-Lite" portable crib, which was manufactured by Kolcraft from 1990 through 1992 and recalled in 1993. According to the Asbury Park Press newspaper, a 10-month-old New Jersey infant died on Wednesday after becoming trapped in a collapsed Playskool Travel-Lite portable crib. CPSC issued this same warning in June, following the death of a 17-month-old Chicago toddler in the Playskool Travel-Lite portable crib. A $60 bounty is being offered for the return of each Travel-Lite… [...]

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is urging consumers to search for and stop using previously recalled child products, in particular the "Playskool Travel-Lite" portable crib, which was manufactured by Kolcraft from 1990 through 1992 and recalled in 1993. In May of 1998, a Chicago toddler died after a Playskool Travel-Lite portable crib collapsed. [...]

Three types of baby strollers between May 1983 and May 1988 are being voluntarily recalled by McCrory Stores of York, Pa., because of small parts that could present a choking hazard to young children. [...]

In cooperation with the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Pay 'n Save Stores, Inc., of Seattle, Washington has announced the recall of two baby rattles and four toddler toys because they violate CPSC safety requirements and present choking hazards. No injuries have been reported, and Pay 'n Save has already removed the toys from its stores. [...]

KidReports for Parents

KidReports is our mobile app that gives parents options! Select your communication style from emails, texts or apps! Get pictures and videos of your child’s day! Staying connected to your child and their school has never been easier. Getting started is easy & fun!