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Enrollment
ENROLLMENT POLICY

REGISTRATION-The registration forms must be filled out completely in order to validate your child's enrollment. Please make sure the financial agreement is signed and filled out completely. Your child's enrollment will be secured upon receipt of the completed forms and an annual insurance fee, with is non-refundable. This fee is $50.00 per child due each September. If you enroll your child in a month other than September, the breakdown is as follows:

Yearly Registration Fees
September through November
December through February
March through May
June through August
$50.00
$40.00
$30.00
$20.00

PAYMENTS-Payments are due the first day of attendance each week. There will be a $5.00 per week charge for payments not made by Wednesday at 9:00a.m.

HOURS OF OPERATION-Our school is open from 6:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Our program runs twelve months per year; however, we are closed annually the week between Christmas and New Years and the week that the 4th of July falls in. We will also be closed two days in October for ewef Staff development.

PLACEMENT INTO CLASSES-Most children are placed into a class depending on their age, however, sometime placement is dependent upon development and ability. We offer (one) two year old class, (two) three year old classes, and (three) four year old classes. You will have the ultimate say in what class placement you wish your child to participate.

HOLIDAYS-Our program observes the following paid legal holidays: New Year's Day, President's Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and the day after Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day.

ARRIVAL AND DEPARTURE-A designated person responsible for the delivery of the child must accompany the child into the facility and sign the child in. We will not release any child to a person whose behavior or health appears to endanger the health or safety of the child.

HEALTH FORMS-State regulations require that each child have a health form completed and signed by a physician and kept on file at the day care center.

DISMISSAL FORMS-Forms must be completed by parents designating people other than themselves to pick up their child. These people should not be offended if asked to show identification. Also, the parents should inform the teachers as to who will be picking the child up. Please keep these files as current as possible.

VACATIONS-Upon your one-year anniversary, each child is allowed a one-week vacation per year (tuition free), with a two week advance notice.

NAPS-If your child naps, (it is your choice to have your child nap), you will need to purchase a Rollee Pollee, which is an all-in-one sleeping bag that fits our cots. Rollee Pollees can be purchased for $20.00 from ewef and will be sent home each week to be washed. They need to return on the child's first day of attendance each week.

CHANGE OF CLOTHING-Each child must have a spare change of clothing (weather appropriate) at all times.

SNACKS-A morning and afternoon snack will be provided for your child each day. Snacks will consist of two different servings from the four food groups. Serving size will be based upon Title 22 regulations. Additional servings will be served at the child's request. A weekly menu is posted in each classroom.

LUNCH-Parents are expected to provide a lunch that does not contain high sugar items. This included cookies, cakes, candy, etc. Your child won't be allowed to eat them.

TOYS-Children bring toys from home at their own risk. Please limit this to one item per day. Also, please do not send any toys with a violent nature this includes; guns, weapons, action figures, super heroes, etc.

SICK POLICY-In case of illness there will be no credit issued. When a child is dismissed from school because of a contagious illness, a 24 hour period after the start of medication is required before your child can return to school. Your child should remain at home until they are able to participate in a normal school day, including outdoor play. In addition, all medications will need to have the child's name clearly marked, as well as the dosage. You will need to sign a medication form each day you bring medication for your child.

RETURNED CHECK FEE-There will be a $20.00 service charge applied on all returned checks. After 2 returned checks, payments must be made in cash.

REASONS FOR DISMISSAL-The following are reasons that our school would be inclined to dismiss your child from our center:
e Frequent delinquent or non-payments
e On-going behavior problems that become disruptive to our program
e Failure to pick up your sick child within one hour of being notified
e Frequent late pick-ups

WITHDRAWAL-A two week written notice of withdrawal is required.

LATE PICK-UPS-Our center close at 6:00 p.m. We feel it is unfair to keep our teachers beyond this time. If you pick up your child after 6:00 p.m., there will be a $2.00 charge per 5 minutes your child is left past 6:00 p.m. This fee is due and payable immediately to the closing teacher. Frequent late pick-ups may result in termination of enrollment.

ATTENDANCE-Your child's attendance is expected and the staffing requirements have been met for the safety of each child. If you anticipate any change in your schedule, please notify us as soon as possible. We will do our best to accommodate you.

 

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