This version is intended to be an ONLINE POLICY HANDBOOK. If you would like a printed version of this same handbook, please email the director to request it.
As policies change, parents will be notified via email of the changes and asked to agree to the new policies. This online version will always show the CURRENT handbook. Parents that wish to have their children enrolled must agree with ALL our current and future policies. If changes in the policies can not be agreed to, parents must withdraw their student. These policies are for the safety and protection of your child, our teachers and our business.
- Enrollment Conditions
No child will be denied enrollment on the basis of his/her race or religion. We do retain the right to deny enrollment if all spots for a particular child's age group are filled. We do not deny enrollment on the basis of a child with special needs, however, if after talking with the parents of such a child we realize that we do not have the training, equipment, facilities, etc. to handle their child, we will not accept the child. This is in the best interest of the child, since our goal is to meet the needs of each child. If we am not sure whether or not we could handle a special needs child, we can establish a trial period during which we will both the parents and teachers will evaluate whether or not the arrangement will work.Back to top
- Keeping Contact Info Current
Parents are responsible for keeping their contact info current. This includes an email address where teachers can communicate with the parent. Our newsletters, conference notifications, policy changes, etc. are all made via email. If you do not or cannot access email, please let the director know right away.
Parents are required to keep their info on DaycareWorksFamily.com current (this is the online registration system). If you do not remember your login, please contact the director. Parents can use this website to see payments they made, request vacations, etc.
Parents are required to check their contact info yearly and initial that they are correct. We typically do this in June when we start our "new year". Please check everything carefully - address, phone numbers, authorized pickups, etc.Back to top
- Termination of Child Care
If for some reason you decide to stop bringing your child to Bright Start, we require a two-week written notice. This will give us time to find a child to fill your child's spot. Payment is due for the two-week notice period whether or not the child is brought to the daycare. Any outstanding fees must be paid on or before the child's last day. Deposits are refunded within 30 days of the child's last day if the parent met all their obligations listed in the deposit policy AND we have found a replacement for your child. If it becomes necessary for me to resort to legal action to collect fees, the parent(s) will be responsible for legal fees incurred on my part.
If we can no longer watch your child for one reason or another, I will give you at least a two-week notice, but I would try to give you four weeks. We understand that it is not easy to find day care.
Examples of why I would terminate your child's care include (but may not be limited to):
- We decide to move (highly unlikely!).
- Failure of parent to pay.
- Failure to complete required forms.
- Lack of parental cooperation.
- Failure of child to adjust to the center after a reasonable amount of time.
- My inability to meet the child's needs without additional staff.
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- Schedule Commitment
Parents can book slots for the Summer, the School Year or Both. Committing to both is best because your contract rate will stay the same (with the exception of "cost of living" increases). If you select summer only, your slot will be filled by another student at the end of the summer and a new rate may be negotiated if you wish to pre-enroll for the school year. It is best to commit to both to ensure your child's spot in their class.
We expect that parents who book a slot will keep the spot until their contracted commitment is done. If you cannot fulfill your obligation, regardless of the reason, please contact the director immediately. In order to get your deposit back you must give at least 2 weeks (10 days) notice in writing. If your committed time frame is not completed (summer or school year), you are responsible for the financial obligations until a replacement can be found. We will do our best to fill the slot, but you are ultimately financially responsible - so let us know months in advance and we will very likely find a replacement quickly without a financial burden to you.Back to top
- Payment Procedures
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- - - Payment Due Dates
Payments must be received by 5:30 PM the Friday prior to the week of childcare or the child will not be picked up or accepted for care the following week. Parents will be charged a $10 PER DAY late fee and this fee will continue to accrue until the payment is made for all childcare and the outstanding fees. Parents can pay one week at a time or more. Once you have a schedule in mind, we will setup your billing accordingly. Back to top
- - - Late Payment Fees
Parents will be charged a $10 PER DAY late fee and this fee will continue to accrue until the payment is made for all childcare and the outstanding fees. So a payment made on Monday instead of Friday will cost the parent $30. It is your responsibility to be on top of your payments. Our staff is not usually privy to payment info and will not remind you to pay.Back to top
- - - Late Pickup or Early Drop Off Fees
Your schedule is defined by your care quote. If you drop off earlier or pick up later than your scheduled time, you will be responsible for the following fees: $5 per 15 minute increment PER CHILD. These fees are paid on the spot or on the next check. Please call if you are running late or early. The teachers need to know.
If you are scheduled from 8-5 and you drop off at 7:55 am, you will be charged $5. If you pick up at 5:25, you will be charged $10. This is per child. If you need to change your schedule, take to the director right away - a new care quote should be signed and returned to the center.
If you are early or late, the teacher on duty will give you a little slip stating the time you were scheduled for, the time you arrived, and your fee. Please pay it immediately.Back to top
- - - PayPal Subscriptions (preferred payment method)
We prefer to be paid by PayPal because it saves us time and money - making 3 trips to the bank each week adds up.
When you enroll, the director will send you a like to a PayPal Subscription. If you are not a PayPal customer yet, it will walk you through how to sign up. Once you complete the subscription, your first payment will be submitted to Bright Start. The subscription will charge you in the increment you chose when you enrolled (weekly, every 2 weeks, monthly, etc.)
If you submit for vacation time (and are approved), the director will issue you a paper check the Friday before the week containing vacation.
Receipts are available online for any payment your make with PayPal. We can print receipts as needed from our system as well. You will also be given for summary of any payments (including cash or paper check ones) at the end of the year for tax purposes.Back to top
- - - Nonpayment Procedure
If your payment is not received within 7 days of the due date, you will forfeit your deposit, be responsible for paying for the childcare (whether performed or not) for those 7 days AND be responsible for any fees accruing. After 7 days, we will:
- Report your nonpayment to Provider Watch which is a Nationwide Childcare Provider Risk
Management program. This will very likely make it hard for you to find future daycare.
- AND we will pursue the debt in small claims court and you will be responsible for the court filing fees, your debt, any late fees, and your deposit WILL NOT be refunded nor apply to your debt.Back to top
- - - Bounced Check Fees
Returned checks will be assessed fees payable in cash or money order for the full amount of the check, a $25 service fee my bank charges me, and any additional fees incurred by me as a result of a check not clearing. If more than one check is bounced during the time your child is enrolled with us, you will be required to pay with cash or money order only. Back to top
We are available to take children between the hours of 7:30am and 5:30 pm, Monday through Friday only. If you need extended hours, we do have teachers that are available beyond those hours, but your rate will reflect the teachers "cost" in its entirety for that 30 minutes or an hour extra since there is no one to share the cost with you. Please discuss your needs with the director.
Our hours will sometime vary depending on parent needs and the season. We will be open a minimum of 10 hours a day.Back to top
We have 10 Holiday Closure Days. Please review our current holiday closure list in the Parent Pages section of our website. Parents DO NOT need to pay for holidays.
We take the following days off with pay: New Year's Eve, New Year's Day, President's Day, Memorial day, July 4th , Labor Day, Thanksgiving & Friday, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day + 3 days in December. Again, we take the holidays listed above off with pay. Parents are responsible for finding alternate caring during for those days. If these days fall on a weekend, we will let you know what weekdays we will be closed. These holidays are paid even if your child is not normally scheduled to attend that day of the week.
If you do not celebrate certain holidays, please let us know right away. We do not want any children to feel uncomfortable.Back to top
Parents pay for their vacation times, just as they normally would. Be sure to submit your payment(s) before you leave for vacation or you will incur late payment fees. Post date checks are exceptable.Back to top
- In - Service & School Days Off
We are available on most school holidays / in-service days by reservation only. The same hourly rates apply if you reserve a school holiday childcare slot. The available hours are also the same. Some additional activity fees may apply.Back to top
- Snow Days
If teachers are not able to get to the daycare or they feel the roads are too unsafe, we will close the school. Call your school's main line and we will change the message if there are any inclement weather messages we need to get to parents. It is the parent's responsibility to call and see if we are open. We won't call parents. Parents who are unable to bring their children due to inclement weather or school closure will still be required to pay for the scheduled care of their child/children. We have only closed 1 day in the 5 years we have run this daycare and that was due to a power outage that lasted about 48 hours. My teachers have 4 wheel drive cars and are usually able to get to work. At most, we may have a 2 hour delay opening.
Please call us immediately if you are keeping your child home.
School Closures due to minor inclement weather are filled on a FIRST CALL, FIRST SERVE basis for afterschool children. If the schools are closed and you are willing to brave the streets AND our teachers were able to get to the daycare AND we have a spot for your child, you pay the regular full day rate for your child's care.Back to top
- Illness Policy
In order to provide the best possible care, and to minimize the risk of spreading infection and illness, parents are asked not to bring a child if he/she is vomiting, or has any contagious illness, severe cold, or diarrhea. Parents are responsible for supplying children's medicines. Children not well enough to go outside should not be at the center with other children. Parents must notify the center if the illness is contagious (ex. pink eye, strep throat). ASK FOR A DETAILED ILLNESS POLICY FLYER IF YOU DO NOT HAVE ONE YET!!!!
Keep your child at home if he/she has:
1. Oral, under arm, or ear temp of 100°F or more degrees or rectal temp over 101°F . You must be able to keep the fever down without Tylenol for a full 24 hours to bring the child back to the center.
2. Pink Eye
3. Croup or Bronchitis which can begin with hoarseness, cough and a slight elevation in temperature.
4. Rapid breathing or labored breathing
5. Yellowish skin or eyes
6. Rashes that you cannot identify or that have been diagnosed by a physician. This includes impetigo of the skin.
7. Vomiting (child cannot return until they have kept food down for 24 hours without throwing up and the have their normal appetite back)
8. Diarrhea (24 hours without diarrhea to return to care)
9. Sever cold with fever, sneezing, and discolored (GREEN OR YELLOW) nose drainage.
10. If a doctor diagnosis an ear or throat infection, for example, and places the child on an antibiotic, the child should not be brought to the center until he/she has been on the medication for 24 hours.
11. Head lice (ask for a head lice policy flyer for more info)
We will not accept the child for care if any of the above symptoms are present or have been present within the last 24 hours. If the child shows any of the symptoms while in care, If your child becomes ill while at the center, he/she will be isolated within sight and sound and you will be notified immediately to pick the child up. Parents have one hour (hopefully less) from time of notification to pick up the child.
The child may return 24 hours after a temperature has returned to normal, 24 hours after the child is no longer vomiting AND can keep food down, or 24-48 hours (depending on the illness) after the first dose of an antibiotic. If a child receives an antibiotic for an ear infection he may return to day care immediately if he has been free of other symptoms mentioned for at least 24 hours.
The child is welcome when he has only a mild cold (e.g. runny nose or mild cough), but is able to participate in the day's activities.Back to top
If your child is on medication and it needs to be administered while he is at day care, the medicine must be in the original container and labeled with the child's name, doctor's name, name of medication, dosage, and when it is to be taken. You must fill out and sign a medicine form giving us permission to give the medication to your child. Medicine forms are easy to print from the "Parent Pages" section of our website or are available at the front bulletin board of the school.
Medication will be administered at the time or with the meal you specify and a written record kept and will only be administered by your child's teacher. If that teacher leaves before the dose is given, your child's teacher will specify only one teacher that will administer the medicine.Back to top
- Injuries & Other Emergencies
In the event of a life-threatening medical emergency, 911 will be called first, then the parents or guardian will be contacted as soon as possible. If the parent/guardian can not be reached the directions on the enrollment form will be followed. See the back of the enrollment form for the ambulance transport and financial responsibility release that specifies that that the PARENT is financially responsible for any medical transport or medical service costs. This section MUST be signed before your child will be enrolled.Back to top
- - - Accidents and Injuries:
First aid will be administered to a child needing care. Minor cuts or abrasions suffered while at the center will be cleaned as best we can and will have Neosporin applied along with a Band-Aid. If parents do not want Neosporin applied, they should provide an alternate cleaning choice with a medicine form. Each accident will be recorded on an accident report that will go home with the child. This report is signed by the parent when they arrive to pickup the child. Signing the form states only that you RECEIVED THE FORM. The injury is then logged on our injury log. You will receive the white copy and we keep the yellow for our file.Back to top
- - - Incidents with no visible injuries:
Sometimes kids fall. Sometimes they have imaginary injuries.
Sometimes their feelings are hurt by another child and this shows itself in an "injury" that we can't see. If we do not see a visible injury we will comfort the child briefly and ask if they need ice. A report will not be filed unless we administered First Aid (Band-Aid or cleaning agents to a wound.) If your child complains about being "hurt" emotionally or physically by children at the school, please talk with your teacher. Some students won't speak up when they are hurt and their injuries are just as real as a bleeding cut. Talking with your child and their teacher can help them to be brave about approaching the teacher or can give them the tools to respond to other children when they are mean.
Serious accidents will be reported to the Department of Social and Health Service with the necessary form.Back to top
- Sign In/Out
Each day upon arriving, the parent is required to sign his child(ren) in with the electronic key pad. If the key pad is not working, a clip board and pen will be available. This is to be followed by signing the child(ren) out when they leave. This gives us a record of the child's attendance, hours, and who brought/picked up the child. However, it is also the billing mechanism. Remembering to clock your child in and out will keep your billing info accurate.
Parents should clock their children in when they are ready to turn the responsibility of watching the child over to us. The child is then in our care.
Likewise, clocking out implies that you are taking the responsibility over. Clock your child out when you are ready to be responsible for getting them ready and when you are ready to escort them to the car.
When you leave the front door with your child - or when you allow your child to go out the door - they are your responsibility. YOU need to make sure that they safely reach your car. We cannot stress this enough since we are on a busy street. Enrolling your child in Bright Start Care implies that you ACCEPT this responsibility and PROMISE to take responsibility of your child before they reach our front door and after they leave it.Back to top
- Releasing Your Child
Parents can designate people that are allowed to regularly pick up their child on the enrollment form or an additional slip of paper. We use the last 4 digits of the adults Social Security Number to set them up with a pass code that allows them to check the child in or out. We will release the child ONLY to people you have listed on your account.
If someone other than the parent or a person on your Pickup List is to pick the child up, please notify us ahead of time. A verbal notice in person is fine on that day if this person is on the list of those authorized to pick up your child. If the person is not on that list, we must have written permission to release your child. Permission over the phone on the day of is discouraged, but we can work through it by asking the person for ID and a confirmation call to the parent's main work number.
Please inform your emergency contacts that if I do not know them and the child is too young to recognize them ("Hi, Grandma!"), than we will ask for identification. We do not mean to offend them. This is simply a measure taken for the child's protection.
The parent must accompany the child into the building and clock them in or out accordingly. Children will not be released to a honking horn. Children are not allowed to clock themselves in or out.Back to top
- Infant Supplies
Parents of infants are responsible for bringing a stock of diapers, wipes, desitin, medicine (Tylenol, Mylecon, etc.) bibs, blankets, burp towels, and at least 2 extra outfits that will stay at the daycare.
Parents are responsible for formula or breast milk, cereals, finger foods, jar foods, etc until the child is able to eat items off our menu. This is usually around one year. If the parent wishes to supplement with more jar food or special juices after one year, the parent will provide.
All soiled items will be sent home with the parent daily to be washed. This includes outfits with spit-up, poop or pee on them. We are not allowed to rinse, wash or otherwise handle the clothes here (considered biohazards) so they will be bagged and sent home for you to wash and stain treat.
If you have an infant that will be attending, this might be a hard transition. If you would like information about separation anxiety, please let the director know.Back to top
All children will wash hands before and after meals, after using the toilette, after touching any animals, and after napping. The children are frequently reminded, but parents are expected to reinforce these healthy habits so it becomes second nature for the child. Children that suck their thumbs or touch their mouth/nose will be asked to wash their hands each and every time to prevent germs from being spread. This is a distraction to the child and the class, so teachers will request on occasion that parents do the same at home to change the child's behavior for the safety and well being of the class.
All cubbies are sanitized weekly. Clothing will be sent home to be washed immediately if it is used. The map mats are cover with sheets that are stored in the child's nap cubby daily. Every Friday we wash all linens and any washable toys. Toys and equipment will be sterilized daily or as needed with the recommended bleach solution.Back to top
- Clothing & Supplies
Children's belongings must have their name written on it somewhere. We cannot be responsible for lost items.
Please send your children in appropriate clothing for the weather. When the weather is decent, we frequently will take a walk or play outside. Please bring jackets, gloves, hats, etc. that will keep your children warm. All children, even school-age children should have an extra set of clothes that stay here. Extra clothing items are kept in the child's cubby/locker and should be appropriately marked with their name. During the summer, parents are responsible for bring a swimsuit, towel, water sandals, sunglasses or a hat. These items will be sent home each night to be washed.
Parents are urged to bring a small pillow & blanket for the children to use for naptime and / or story time. These will be sent home every Friday to be washed and returned.
All diapers, rash treatment, diaper wipes, and medicine should be supplied by the parent as well. All food and formula should be supplied for children under 1 year or until they are able to eat the same menu as older children. Once the child is able to eat the same menu as the older children, only supplemental food or jar food desired should be provided (I.e. oatmeal to mix into applesauce, etc).Back to top
- Potty Training
When you feel your child is ready for toilet teaching, we ask that you begin this training at home on weekend. We will follow through and encourage your child while in our care. Please keep in mind that the activity level here can distract your child from responding to an urge to use the potty, more so than at your home. Therefore, we will continue to use diapers or pull-ups until your child can and will announce that he/she must use the bathroom (not just at home, but here, also) and can control his/her bladder and bowels for a few minutes beyond that announcement. When the child has reached this point, training pants (5-ply, not plain terry cloth) with plastic pants may be used.
During potty training parents will need to supply:
- three complete changes of clothing (socks included)
- 5-ply training pants (3 pair per day)
- plastic pants (3 pair per day)
- diapers or pull-ups for naptime
When accidents are only happening once every other week, 5-ply training pants will be used without plastic pants.
Do not bring your child in panties or underwear until he/she has naptime and bedtime control established.
We also ask that during potty training, the child be dressed in "user-friendly" clothing as much as possible. The best items are shorts and pants with elastic waists, or dresses for girls. Try to avoid really tight clothing, pants with snaps and zippers, and overalls as often as you can. Your child will want to help pull pants, etc. up and down, plus clothing with too many "gadgets" makes it harder to get the child on the potty in time.Back to top
- Parental Involvement
Obviously, you are not able to be present with your child the entire time he is in day care (you work -- that's why we are watching your child!). There will be times and ways you can get involved in your child's day care and preschool education. You are welcomed and encouraged to participate in any or all of these.
Some examples of ways to be involved include:
- Chaperoning on field trips.
- Lending objects for units of study.
- Coming and talking about your job when asked.
- Helping your child at home with the concepts we are studying here (ideas for this are often provided in our quarterly newsletter).
- Helping your child prepare for "Show & Tell" or "Mystery Box."
- Helping to provide treats or other items for our parties.
- Participating in "National School Lunch Week" (come and eat with your child).
Naturally, you are welcome to drop in and visit or observe any time the center is in operation.Back to top
- Guidance Policy
We try to stress one major concept : Never hurt others on the inside or outside - meaning don't hurt another child's feelings or hurt them physically. As a result we don't allow children to hit or shove other children or verbally abuse them. Children are also expected to treat the toys with respect and use them gently and safely.
We use the following methods in this order:
- Positive Reinforcement
- Count Up (1, 2, 3)
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- - - What is the Quiet Room?
The Quiet Room is a peaceful room or area. There are pillows, books and soft music. If a child starts to through a tantrum (crying, yelling, screaming, or hurting others) the child is removed child from the situation to be alone until they are ready to rejoin the class. The room is monitored by a teacher out of sight, but within sound - so they don't invoke more inappropriate behavior when the child gets "attention". The teacher reminds them that they can come back into the class when the tantrum is done. This is simply a calm down period. There is no timer. For many children, the tantrum ends immediately and they return with the teacher. This method has a much faster recovery period than a traditional time out and teaches the child that they have control of their temper.
When the child returns to class, we talk to the child and try to explain why that behavior was inappropriate. We might ask, "What will happen if we continue to throw toys?" The appropriate answers usually come out: something might get broken, the toy might break, someone might get hit by the toy. We skip the positive reinforcement and redirection and go straight to the quiet room if the offense involves hitting or otherwise physically abusing another child.
If a child is uncontrollable or their temper tantrum might cause injury to others in the class, we typically will get their nap items and allow them to rest until they are ready to rejoin the class. Children are often exhausted after a long weekend and this rest period will refresh them.
If a child continues to behave inappropriately, the director or teacher will talk to you about it. Hopefully these two types of behaviors are ones you want your child to adopt, too, so they will be reinforced at home.
Children are never punished for lapses in toilet training or for accidents (spilled milk, for example). In the case of the latter, I will have the child help clean up, if possible, not for punishment, but to help teach responsibility.
This statement from the Oregon Rules for Licensing Family Day Care sums up our policy: "Punishment that is humiliating or frightening to a child, such as hitting, spanking, shaking, verbal or sexual abuse, withholding or forcing food or punishment for lapses in toilet training and other forms of physical punishment are prohibited. These forms of punishment will never be used, even at the request of the parent."
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- - - Behavior Problems
Minor disciplinary problems are noted for the parent on our daily report for parents.
Major disciplinary problems are noted on our daily report and written up on a BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION PLAN (BMP) form and discussed with the parents as soon as we can do so privately. Our goal is to set a course of action together to rectify the problem. We will set specific behavior modifications we want to see, steps parents and teachers need to complete to get the child there, and what time frame we want to see them in.
In the extreme case that a child is using profane words, verbally or physically abusing caregivers or children, we reserve the right to terminate this contract without notice or a parent / teacher meeting. We in no way want to subject other children to such bad behavior. In the event of such a termination for this reason, the parent will forfeit their retainer and any remaining paid daycare time will not be refunded. Back to top
- Meals and Snacks
Lunch is provided by the parent in an insulated lunch box with an ice pack to keep food at the correct temperature. Lunches are not refrigerated at the school- they stay in the student's cubby until served. We will warm items (2 minutes max) in the microwave in the dish provided by the parent. If more than one item needs to be warmed, please provide a lunch dish that can hold all warming items to keep the warming time under 2 minutes. If there are no microwave instructions (containers from home) please make a note for us on how long to warm it.
We serve AM Snack and PM Snack each day as part of our program. Each snack includes food or drink from two of the four food groups.
If a child has so many allergies that he can not eat from the menu, we may require the parents to provide lunch AND snacks.
We never force a child to eat food OR spoon feed children over 2 yrs, but we do encourage each child to try everything. Sometimes they are surprised by what they like! Occasionally I have had problems with children who only wanted to eat chips or fruit, etc. When this occurs on a regular basis I may give that child just the main dish and vegetable on his plate to start, adding the other elements when a few bites of the main dish and vegetable have been tried.Back to top
All children under the age of five are required by state law to have a rest time. We provide a safe, warm, quiet place for your child to rest. All children sleep on mats with sheets. Pillows and blankets are provided by parents and are sent home at the end of the week to be washed. Children under one year typically go to sleep in a crib or playpen. Children who wake up before the rest will be guided in finding a quiet time activity to engage in that will not disturb any sleeping children.
If at any time your child is not sleeping at night, or he doesn't seem ready to go to bed and you feel it is because he sleeps too long here, don't hesitate to mention it to your teacher and I can try waking him up a little earlier than he is used to getting up.Back to top
- Health & Safety Practices
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- - - Toys and Equipment
Toys will be sterilized daily or immediately (if soiled or place in a child's mouth) with the state required and recommended bleach solution.Back to top
- - - Fire Drills
Practice drills will be conducted a minimum of once monthly and recorded on our drill log sheet.Back to top
- - - Accidents and Injuries
First aid will be administered to a child needing care. Each accident will be recorded in an accident log and report. Serious accidents will be reported to the Department of Social and Health Service with the necessary form.Back to top
- - - Reporting Child Abuse
Oregon State Law and Licensing states that child care facilities are required to report immediately to the police and child protective services any reason to suspect child abuse, neglect, or exploitation. We are not obligated to inform parents/guardians of this report.Back to top
Toys From Home: We prefer that children do not bring toys from home to play with at the center - especially new toys.
Visitation: We have an "open door" policy. Parents have free access at all times to all areas used by children and are encouraged to visit.
Complaint Policy: If a parent has any concerns whatsoever about his/her child's participation in the center's program, parents are welcome to talk freely with the director or their teacher at anytime when appropriate. Sometimes topics are hard to discuss in person. Parents are welcome to email the director from the privacy of their home at email@example.com. The policy of this center is to provide an open communication system between parents and the staff that will be beneficial to the child's happiness.
Parent Conferences: We like to sit down with the parents (no children present) every quarter to make sure that we am caught up on all the recent changes to food and behavior patterns. We like to show parents projects the kids are working on, inform them of upcoming curriculum activities and any major progress in educational areas that we have seen. Please feel free to keep a list of anything great you would like to share or any concerns you may have. Back to top
- Appropriate Signatures
Children will not be enrolled in Bright Start without the appropriate signatures and initials on the enrollment forms. Parents much read through and abide by all the policies stated here prior to enrollment acceptance.Back to top