Kiddie Academy of Lakes of Savanah Brings Home Life Essentials® Technology Award
November 11, 2020
Local educational child care facility Kiddie Academy of Lakes of Savannah, recently received the Life Essentials® Technology Award at Kiddie Academy’s Annual Conference, held virtually last month, where hundreds of franchisees from over 250+ Academies nationwide were considered for the award, which reflect efforts and contributions made in 2019.
The winner of the Life Essentials Technology Education Award consistently takes advantage of the latest learning software and technology to make learning engaging and fun. Not only do children at the Academy learn age-appropriate basic developmental skills, they learn computer literacy—a skill as essential as reading and writing.
According to the CEO of Kiddie Academy, Greg Helwig, Kiddie Academy of Lakes of Savannah utilizes technology for not only delivering curriculum but also for physical education; such as, stretching and yoga. Classroom desktop computers help to support the curriculum and the children’s curiosity. Interactive Smart Boards are utilized for literacy and math activities, engage in Music and More and watch educational videos to help reinforce social studies or science concepts. Additionally, the Academy has chosen materials for each classroom’s dramatic play that allow children to explore technology in their play, such as, old cell phones, cameras and computers.
“All Kiddie Academy franchisees share a passion for our industry, our brand, and the people who drive the company’s success every day. With so many dedicated professionals working to provide best-in-class early educational child care in an environment that fosters learning and development, as well as the highest safety standards, the ‘best of the best’ are truly doing an exceptional job,” states Helwig. “The team at Kiddie Academy of Lakes of Savannah embodies the highest standards of professionalism and caring, and we are proud to recognize their contributions not only to Kiddie Academy, but also to so many Lakes of Savannah families.”