Welcome to my home, as well as my business. As a licensed daycare provider, I am required to gather and maintain updated records of the children in my care, pass yearly inspections, and remain current in basic first aid and CPR. In addition, I will further my training and education in the child care field.
As the operator of a family daycare home, I strive to make my home an extension of yours and a warm, comfortable, and safe environment for your child. As a mother, I realize that parenting methods differ from family to family, but there are some things that work between parent and child that are not appropriate in a daycare setting.
In order to meet your child's needs, as well as your expectations, I appreciate openness between parents and myself. I will continually update you as to how your child is doing, and expect that you will be helpful in solving any problems that may arise.
Please keep in mind that I have children who are enrolled as “full-time”, “part-time” and “hourly”. It is essential to my business that you adhere to the drop-off and pick-up times that are set for your child.
It is my request that you respect me as well as my family. Please be considerate of the hours that we agree upon. Do not drop your child off early or pick your child up late.
I will not discriminate in admissions or terminations on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, national origin, gender, disability, or source of payment.
A complete Policies and Procedures Handbook will be given to each Family, and the Following items will be discussed, at the time of interview:
Enjoying time together, laughing often!
Even Ms. Cathy dresses up for Halloween--isn't Megan a cutie!!!
Charlotte loves trick-or-treating
Playing in the sun and having fun!
Parents love to join us on our Field trips--Emma Krumbess Oct 2008