Kiddie Academy of Lakewood Ranch recently was recognized by the franchise’s parent company, during the organization’s annual national conference, in Orlando.
The academy, owned by William and Marina Schmidt, received Kiddie Academy® Annual Recognition Awards for sales and customer service and academy achievement, as well as for best practices in character education, community building/family involvement, developmentally appropriate curriculum, health and fitness, and innovation.
Additionally, the academy was nominated for Franchisee of the Year, as well as for developmentally appropriate curriculum and character education in the “Life Essentials” category.
“We’re proud to see the hard work and dedication that Kiddie Academy of Lakewood Ranch brings to the childcare industry,” Kevin Murphy, vice president of operations at Kiddie Academy, says. “We appreciate their support of the brand and congratulate them on this achievement.”
For more information about Kiddie Academy of Lakewood Ranch, call 727-9072 or visit email@example.com
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