Translation:The kindergarten teachers do not find the boys.
Not surprising - these crazy kindergarten teachers are most often flying above the earth; hardly a place to find the boys.
I've noticed in a lot of sentence, you can say "XXX can not do YYY" without using "tud." Rather, the sentence just says "XXX doesn't YYY." How accurate is that?
I would initially think this sentence says "The kindergarten teachers don't find the boys," but it appears it's "can not find."
It's a quirk of the English language actually. "I can't find it." & "I don't find it." mean the exact same thing.
In my dialect of English, "I don't find it" simply sounds wrong :)
In the past, though, it's acceptable (He looked through the room but didn't find anything) -- but "couldn't find anything" is also acceptable and arguably better.
I suppose that's a quirk of English, that "find" is usually connected with "can", at least in the negative.