BERNARDSVILLE, NJ - In the wake of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Kumon Math and Reading Center of Bernardsville has fully adapted to ensure their students continue to advance academically. The Kumon method of teaching was originally created more than 61 years ago as an at-home enrichment program, which made the initial transition to virtual studying during New Jersey state-mandated ‘Stay At Home” order seamless. 

Now, as they begin to reopen, Kumon of Bernardsville is taking every measure to ensure a safe environment for each student that walks through their doors. Sweety Janani, owner and instructor at the center shared, “some precautions we are taking include wearing masks, scheduling students to prevent overcrowding, practicing social distancing, checking temperatures upon entry and cleaning and disinfecting all surfaces.”

Kumon of Bernardsville has been instilling a love for learning in the Bernardsville community for the past nine years.  As they push through this difficult and unprecedented time, they are offering families the choice between attending class in-person at their center, or through our virtual offering via Zoom. Janani, who has a Computer Engineering background and spent ten years as a Network Engineer in New York City prior to opening Kumon of Bernardsville is no stranger to technology. She ensures, “regardless of the method you choose, your child will receive individualized attention and a personalized study plan to help them excel”. 

Sign Up for Basking Ridge Newsletter
Our newsletter delivers the local news that you can trust.

Kumon of Bernardsville is traditionally an after-school math and reading enrichment program for children in preschool through high school.  “During this challenging time when there is so much unknown, there is no better time to incorporate Kumon into your child’s daily routine,” said Janani.  “Through parent communication and individualized attention, we help children grow and become self-learners with increased academic independence and confidence that ensures their future success”.

The  learning method uses an individualized approach that helps children develop a solid command of math and reading skills. Through daily practice and mastery of materials, students increase confidence, improve concentration, and develop better study skills.  Kumon has over four million students enrolled at more than 25,000 learning centers in more than 55 countries and regions.   

Kumon of Bernardsville is located at 75 Claremont Road Suite #200 in Bernardsville.  For more information visit, https://www.kumon.com/bernardsville

Editor's Note: Contact bpeer@tapinto.net to learn more about how your business can be spotlighted on TAPinto. For more information about how to market your business on TAPinto, please email bpeer@tapinto.net.