Kidz R Us Learning Center

110 W. Webster Street              



 Center Operator since August 28, 2017-

Brenda Kelchen  & Holly Bright / Kidz R Us




The City of Wyoming received grants of $300,000 CDBG and USDA ARRA for $150,000 for the building of the center and equipment.  The rest of the funding was obtained through a USDA loan. The Midland School District leases the land that the Center is on to the City for the life of the loan.  When the loan is paid in full the Center will be the School's.  

The Center opened in May 2012.  The City has an agreement with Brenda Kelchen - Kidz R Us for the operation of the childcare effective August 28, 2017.

The Center has fundraisers for the maintenance and upkeep of the building.  The City and School appoint the following board members for the building:

Kelly Dodge, Pam Lehrman, Angie Ruley, Travis Clark-Smith and  Jill Yousee.

A huge THANK YOU to all the present and past board members!

Also the parents, grandparents, and community members that have supported the Center!





Due to the changes in the Midland School Districts 2018-2019 4 yr. old preschool program Kidz R Us in Wyoming is considering offering a childcare program for those children who will be attending. We would be providing care before and after school and also on non-school days. We would also provide transportation for the morning class pick up and the afternoon class drop off. For more information Please call Jackie at Kidz R Us 563-488-2242.


 The Childcare will have fundraisers for upkeep and maintenance of the building. 

Join us at the Wyoming Fair and Midland home varsity football games for Lion's Club caramel corn!


If you would like to help during the fair please let us know.  Thanks!  









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