Frequently Asked Questions

What are Opening and Closing Hours?

Our operation hours are 7:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M.  Children are to be brought directly to the classroom in the  morning and are not to be left at the  door or stairways.  Parents are encouraged to pick  up their children as early as possible after 5:00 PM.  There is a charge of $1.00 per minute after 5:30 P.M.  Please  expect to pay the  extended hours fee alongside your regular fee at the  last  friday of the  month.

Where can I read about the Policies and Procedures?

You can read about the Policies and Procedures on this link.

What are the fees of each program?

Contact us for more information.

How much is the fee when child is not picked up on time?

Our child  program ends promptly at 5:30 PM.  We have instituted a extended fee charge of $1.00 per minute after 5:30 PM for all children. Extended hours cannot be provided after 6:30 PM, we  ask  for your cooperation

Parents who need extended hours of child care should discuss in advance with the director to arrange on extra time needed and the cost of service.

What is the Release of Child Policy?

Kindly refer to the Policies and Procedures section.

What are the things needed upon Admission?

Upon admission to the  center, please bring complete change of clothing, a small blanket, disposable diapers and wipes.  A label  bearing your child’s full name must be on all clothing and belongings.  A complete change of clothing must remain at the  center at all times for preschool children.  Remember to change with seasons.

In accordance with good  safety practices, children are not to bring small items to the  center.  This includes money, rings, ornaments, barrettes and small toys.  Do not allow children to wear expensive jewelry; we  cannot be responsible for its safe keeping.

What are the things needed Everyday?

You must supply at least  five  disposable diapers everyday.  Your child  will  also need a box  of baby wipes.  Check these supplies and replace them when necessary. One set of spare clothing should remain in the  cubbies at all times.  Always keep the clothes appropriate for the  season.  

Make sure all of your child’s belongings are labeled.

What is the Discipline Policy?

Kindly refer to the Policies and Procedures Section.

What is the Policy on Communicable Diseases?

Kindly refer to the Policies and Procedures Section.

What is your Policy on Administering and Control of Medicines?

Kindly refer to the Policies and Procedures Section.

Toilet Training Philosophy

Children are introduced to the  potty when they begin to show signs of readiness, usually between 20 and 24 months.  Children will  sit on the  potty several times a day.  If a child  cries or shows signs of fear, the  training is postponed until the  child is ready.  A child  is encouraged to use the  potty with the  terminology used at home.  When a child  successfully uses the  potty, praise is given.  If the  child  is unsuccessful, we will  use phrases like  “Let’s try again later”.  When diapers remain dry between potty use Pull-ups are used for longer periods of time. When children wet themselves, they are told, “Let’s change your clothes and maybe next time  you can do it in the  potty”.  Positive encouragement is always given.

Technology and Social Media Policy

Kindly refet to the Policies and Procedures Section

Child Care Screen Time Philosophy

Kindly refer to the Policies and Procedures Section.

What is the Early Intervene Policy?

Kindly refer to the Policies and Procedures Section.

What are the grounds for Expulsion?

Kindly refer to the Policies and Procedures Section.

Are there available Programs for Parents?
PARENT’S VOLUNTEER RESOURCE PROGRAM
Working closely with the  child  is one important way to integrate home with school.  There are many opportunities to contribute your talents to the  center.
 
★ Use yourself as a resource person by addressing a group of children – share your job knowledge or other talents.
★ Act as chaperone on center arranged outings.
★ Assist in fundraising project