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 Accepting Applications

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  1. When a vacancy occurs, the Director will call the parent(s) of the first child on the waiting list and invite them to transfer their child to regular enrollment.  Once such an offer is made, the parents(s) will have seven calendar days (one week) during which to decide whether or not to accept the offer.  If the parent(s) given such an offer fails to respond within the seven days allowed, the Director will proceed to the next name on the enrollment waiting list.

  2. The family agrees to pay a yearly $100.00 enrollment fee and also the first two (2) weeks of tuition.  This tuition will be applied to the families first two (2) weeks of care.  The enrollment and two (2) weeks of tuition is non-refundable, no exceptions. 

  3. Families are not required to pay tuition while waiting for enrollment into program or the child’s start date.  However, if another family would like to enroll into the same spot, the first family will have priority to enroll and begin paying tuition at that time in order to “save the spot”.  

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  • Do you provide meals?
    We provide a breakfast in the morning and an afternoon snack that is approved by the USDA and the Child and Adult Care Food Program Families provide a lunch for their child
  • What are your hours?
    Monday through Friday from 7:00-5:30
  • Do you accept children with allergies?
    Working with families and children’s health provider to make sure any child who has a special care plan is important to us
  • What ages do you serve?
    Children 6 weeks to 5 years of age. We also accept children 5 years-9 years of age during school breaks as well as summer camp
  • What holidays are you closed?
    We are open year-round. We do close on some holidays and those are: New Year’s Day, Presidents Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Columbus Day, Thanksgiving, and the day after, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve. We are also closed the first Friday in August for a teacher in-service day
  • What is your emergency snow closure policy?
    We do our best to stay open regardless of weather. Sometimes we do have to close in order to keep our families and teachers safe from travel and will announce this on a local TV channel
  • What are your classroom sizes and ratios?
    We are a small center, accepting 36 children. Our classroom sizes are small so that children are not made to wait and this helps reduce frustrations. Our under 3’s programs typically have a 1:3 ratio while our preschool ratio is 1:8
  • Do your teachers have medical trainings?
    All of our teachers have First Aid/CPR training as well as Medication Training and Epi-Pen training
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