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DAY CARE HOURS
Our regular hours are from 6:45 am - 5:30 pm Monday through Friday.
Interested parents are asked to visit our school for an initial interview. The child should accompany the parent if possible. A childcare application will be provided at the interview. If the parent is interested in enrolling their child, the application should be returned. After consideration, if a child is accepted, it will be for a trial period of two weeks. Parents must bring all enrollment forms provided at registration on the first day of attendance. Children will not be accepted until all required paperwork has been turned in. Medical and immunization records must be provided within 30 days.
We will accept applications for the waiting list no more than two months prior to the desired start date.
Infants - $784
One Year Olds - $784
Two Year Olds - $750
Three to Five Year Olds - $721
School Age Full Time - $625 per month
School Age After School - $465 per month
We accept subsidy from the Department of Social Services and Smart Start (CCSA, CCN, etc.). All fees are due and payable the first day of each month, this includes all Parent Fees. Parents may make payment by money order or cash (money order is preferable). As a courtesy to parents we will accept partial payments under these terms: One half of payment due by the first Friday of the month, and the second half of payment due by Friday of the week of the 15th.
HOLIDAYS AND CLOSINGS
The following are paid holidays on which we are closed in 2016.
New Year’s Day - January 1st
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - January 18th
Easter - Good Friday & Easter Monday - March 25th & 28th
Memorial Day - May 30th
July 4th - July 4th
Labor Day - September 5th
Thanksgiving - Thursday & Friday - November 24th & 25th
Christmas & New Year’s - December 26th – December 30th
TEACHER WORKDAYS FOR 2015
Teacher workdays are held the first Tuesday of May (3th) and Oct (4th).
HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICES
Establishing a safe, healthy environment provides the basis for which all childcare situations should meet prior to children being introduced to the environment. Some of the precautions we take are: Using sanitary practices in diapering and bathroom visits; hand washing; toy sanitation; daily cleaning of all floors and mopping with disinfectant; locks on medicines and hazardous materials; doors and locks to close off dangerous areas; separation of individual bedding and linens; washing of linens weekly, baby items daily; items not intended for children’s play kept up; fenced outside play area.
Hand washing is our number one safety practice. Hand washing is the best method of avoiding the spread of germs. The children are taught to wash their hands using running warm water, soap and vigorous scrubbing. A hand-washing schedule is posted at every sink. Children must wash their hands as soon as they arrive daily. Parents should help their child accomplish this task. This is one of the ways parents will participate in our daily routines. Even the youngest children must have their hands washed as soon as they enter. This is a practice we encourage you to also teach at home so that it will reinforce what we are teaching.
Breakfast, lunch and an evening snack are served daily. We strictly follow the guidelines set forth by the USDA Food Program and serve well-balanced, nutritious meals in accordance. We eat with the children so you can be assured we serve hot, delicious meals with many special treats.
Infants are fed according to parent’s instructions.