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About Kids Kabaret FOUNDATION

Kids Kabaret Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization owned and operated by Marlene Ramirez, long-time resident of Manhattan Beach. The concept was developed in response to a need in the community for a venue where children ages four to eighteen years old could perform music, dance or theater in a fun atmosphere as well as have a gathering place for special occasions and celebrations. This need has been further demonstrated by the tremendous participation in talent shows across the South Bay schools.

Kids Kabaret Foundation wanted to reach out to more communities by going to schools, inner-city envirmonments, and economically impacted children and families. We send our teachers out to the sites to teach various performing arts. At the present time, we are in 38 schools, servicing more than 3000 children and are continuing to expand.

  About Our Teachers

Kids Kabaret Foundation takes pride in our intense audition and screening processes. Our teachers bring a wealth of experience teaching children in their fields. In addition, all instructors bring to our program professional experience from stage, screen, and television. This helps bring a different perspective to the classroom. All these elements enable the children to have an outstanding Performing Arts education, as well as an exciting culminating event at the end of each session.
Marlene Ramirez    

Marlene Ramirez - Founder of Kids KabaretMrs. Ramirez's experience working with children is second to none. Her career started as an educator and program coordinator for the Centinela and Lennox School Districts and most recently, as a kindergarten teacher at the Hermosa View School in Hermosa Beach. Mrs. Ramirez then applied her years of teaching experience to a variety of children's television programming for KYW-TV3, an NBC-TV affiliate.

Mrs. Ramirez has also been very dedicated to community service over the years. This includes serving as PTA President, Pennekamp Elementary School; organizing to help pass Manhattan Beach Bond Measure A; and being a member of the Hughes Lennox UCLA School of Medicine Partnership. As testimony to her service, Mrs. Ramirez received the Community Service award in 1994 from the Association of California Administrators, and the K-12 Education Partnership Award in 1994 from Hughes Corporation.

As a mother of two, Mrs. Ramirez has had hands-on experience with raising and understanding children. You can be assured that Mrs. Ramirez and her staff will not only care about your children but will also help them learn and develop new skills in a positive environment.
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