Eye Level Learning Center is hosting its Grand Opening celebration this Saturday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Eye Level Learning Center, an education franchise that provides extracurricular math, reading and writing instruction to kids ages 3 to 15, opened last October on Franklin Turnpike in Ramsey. After several months in business in the borough, owner Jim Lockard says he wants to invite the entire community into the center.
Eye Level Learning Centers began in Korea, and according to Lockard, offers a linear form of instruction that requires kids to build on skills and concepts they previously learned. It serves students from Ramsey, Mahwah, Allendale and surrounding towns.
During Saturday’s open house, parents and children from the area are invited to get a feel for the center – Eye Level will offer tours, program details and refreshments.
Kids will get to play Critical Thinking Math Challenges, and win prizes.
Ramsey Mayor Christopher Botta, Ramsey Chamber of Commerce President Rob Tilton, and the DAEKYO America regional general manager from Eye Level Jinhee Kim, will all be on hand to participate in a ribbon cutting ceremony Saturday, which starts at 11:30 a.m.