Fire drills will be practiced, at this time will explain and practice the drill by crawling out a door. Prior to exiting through the door, we will talk about touching it to determine whether it is hot or not. We will then teach if Hot... to look for another exit (window, etc.). 911 will be explained and practiced. We encourage that you reinforce this at home. Evacuation and safety plan: In case of a fire we have several ways to exit. In case of an earthquake we have our food and supplies in the garage. You will need to purchase an earthquake kit; this will remain with us until your child is withdrawn.
During an Emergency: The alarm will be given and the children will respond as practiced in the drills.
The provider will immediately account for all children.
If the home is damaged or not deemed safe, everyone will evacuate the home through the safest exit. If the home is safe, we will remain in the house until all children are picked up by an authorized person.
All parents/ Guardians will be contacted by telephone, if possible.
If we must evacuate to an alternate site, a note will be posted near the home (on the front door) In the event you could not be contacted.
At Creative Kids Day Care Discipline will be positive guidance. Your child (ren) will learn what appropriate behavior is, what is expected of them, and what will help your child (ren) grow and learn to be able to control their own behavior. Children need adults to teach and help them to develop self-control, and self esteem.
*I will have realistic limits, I will always explain why, and stay consistent and organized.
* Rules will be kept simple, and I will explain how their behavior can affect others.
*I will give sufficient time to comply with requests.
*I will notice proper behavior, and give positive encouragement.
*I will give hugs, and show love and tenderness.
*I will be firm, yet gentle. I will control and guide behavior without physical or verbal punishment.
*I encourage appropriate expression of children’s feelings.
*I will encourage problem solving; using words helps them to come to their own conclusions.
*COMPLAINTS: WE agree to arrange a time to discuss any complaints, questions, or concerns regarding your child’s care. We will work on problem solving that will benefit you, your child and us.
You must give us a copy of each child’s immunization record before the first day of childcare. This is a State Law
Records must be updated at each age group: 2 months, 4 months, 6 months, 12 months, 15 months, 18 months, 2 years, 3 years and 4 years
In case of illness it is parent’s sole responsibility to contact your physician.
If your child becomes ill during the day, you will be notified. If your child has a fever above 100F you will need to come pick them up.
You must inform us if your childhas been on any kind of medication during the night, weekend or morning before care.
You must inform us if your child has been ill during the night or on the weekend.
We will care for a child who is
Temperature 99.9 and below
We will care for children with minor teething/ pain or illnesses such as a minor cold, with a temperature below 99, and children who have had no temperature for 24 hours WITHOUT the aid of any Fever reducer medication.
WE CAN NOT CARE FOR A CHILD WHO HAS:
Any of the following symptoms and any contagious illness
When you are notified that your child is ill, you are expected to pick up your child IMMEDIATELY. The child will be separated from the other children if any of the following symptoms develop:
Diarrhea ( loose, watery, mucous-filled stool)
Pink eye or conjunctivitis ( child may return after treated 24 hours)
Any Contagious illess
When a child has had a serious accident or disease
When a child has a problem breathing
When a child has convulsions or becomes unconscious
When a child experiences severe pain or discomfort
When a child is to too sick to participate in the daily routine
When a teething child can not be comforted within reasonable time
When a child’s cold symptoms is severe and is unhealthy for other children “includes runny nose that is non stop or when sneezing snot comes out yellow or green.”
I do administer medication that I a written approval from the child's doctor and a valid prescription.
I also need the parent to sign a medication form for or the staff to administer their medication.
Re admission after illness: your child may return when:
Fever is absent for 24 hours without fever reducing medication.
Nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea has subsided for 24 hours
Three doses of antibiotic have been given over a 24-hour period for known contiguous disease or illness.
Child completes the contagious stage of illness.
I MUST HAVE A DOCTORS WRITTEN CONSENT THAT THE CHILD IS NO LONGER CONTAGOUS. FORM MUST BE SIGNED AND DATED BY DOCTOR.
The following forms must be complete before your child enters my care.
1. Physicians Report
2. Identification and Emergency Information
3. Notification of Parents Rights
4. Notification of Personal Rights
5. Child Pre-admission Health History-Parents report
6. Consent for Emergency Medical Treatment
7. Parents Financial Responsibilities and Admission Agreement
8. Immunization Records Immunization Records
9. CCFP Food Program Enrollment Form
10. Immunization Records Immunization Records
All Children’s Files must be kept current. Please remember to notify me if there are any changes.
Tuition is due the 1st of each month
Holiday Special $2000.00 for full time tuition for New clients
Offer expires December 20, 2018
Rates for Infants Newborn - 3 years
Part time $100.00 day
Drop in care if I have available $100.00 a day
Current enrollment fee means the opening is currently available: There is an enrollment fee of $100.00.This fee is nonrefundable and not used towards their tuition. This is strictly an enrollment fee.
1. Parents I get paid for all contracted services. No exceptions.
2.There is a deposit required prior to your child’s first day of care. The deposit is equal to your child’s monthly tuition. This deposit is nonrefundable. This deposit will be used during the last month of care. If you withdrawal your child from my care without proper 60 day notice any paid balances will not be refunded to you.
3. Tuition is due on the 1st of each month. First payment for childcare services is due on the first day of service. I accept PayPal and Zelle.
4. Full payment for contracted hours will be received wheather or not your child (ren) attends.
5. A fee in the amount of $25.00 for daycare payment that is received past the scheduled due date will be charged.
6. Parents are required to provide the daycare with diapers and wipes on a regular basis. If your child runs out of diapers/wipes the daycare will purchase them and will be reimbursed by the parents by the parents upon pick up that day. There is a surcharge of $5.00 for an inconvenience fee.
Child care services are not available on the following days listed:
Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Day after Thanksgiving
Christmas Eve through New years
(7) Paid personal days taken as needed
(1) Week paid vacation will be taken each year and will be announced within 30 days prior to the date.
If a holiday falls on a Saturday or Sunday I may choose Monday or Friday for that paid holiday
Mission trips include the duration of the trip and preparation for the trip
or Local Mission work annoucned as at least 14 days in advance.
Local Mission work shall not exceed 5 days per year. Usually December 1, 21,22, and 23rd of each year.
Contagious Sickness: If a daycare child becomes ill and has a contagious illness: i.e.” H1n1, Swine flu MRSA and requires me to close for cleaning beyond my control parents are responsible for their child’s tuition. This is a health and safety issue and closer is necessary for cleaning.
Vacation and holiday schedule is from January 1- December 31 of each year
It is your responsibility to notify me no later than 6:30 a.m. on the morning that your child will not be attending.
You must give at least two- (2) month (60 days) written notice if you are planning to withdraw your child from Creative Kid’s Day care.
I must have prior written authorization from you for someone other than yourself to pick up your child. Persons other than yourself must have proper identification before your child will be released into their custody.
Note for separated /divorced parents or Guardians: it is legal for either parent to pick up the child unless I have a copy of a court order restricting visitation.
You can request a conference with me to discuss your child’s progress.
It's your responsibility to review the monthly calendar. Read all handouts, to ensure you are aware of upcoming dates, events changes or that may
If you know your child sick is your responsibility to take care of your child not mine. Please keep you child home if they are not feeling well. If you are called during daycare hours you are responsible for picking up your sick child immediately.
Parents in a Health Issue Crisis it’s your responsibility to know what’s going on in our world. Please keep updated. Please read all handouts given, email sent from Creative Kids daycare about urgent health care issues and what to do and what to expect. Ultimately it’s your family’s health and it’s your decision on what you want to do. But remember your decision affects others.
Child Care services will be terminated if one or more of the following occur:
Your account is continuously delinquent or past due
Failure to honor the obligations listed in the contract, the handbook that was
provided to you before enrollment, any letters that I may send home,
or manuals provided to you.
We are unable to meet the needs of your child.
It is in Stacey Quezada best interest and the daycare children’s
best interests that are enrolled to have your child not attend Creative kids Daycare.
Development Screening Requirement:
Development screening are done every 6 – months a year. All parents must participate in the Development screening as part of my program for the quality counts program that in involved in. The dates will be provided a minimum of 2 weeks in advance and must be done during daycare hours that are provided. This is a free screening for all families. Failure to participate will result in termination.
If a child bites another child for any reason for up to 2 times. The 3rd time will warrant immediate termination. I do report all biting incidents to licensing as require by law. No refunds will be given of any tuition will be given if your child is causing pain or harm for any reason to another child. Personal rights have been violated and termination will be enforced.
Failure to cooperate in cases that I determine that it is serious enough to warrant termination.
Upon termination all tuition that is not paid to date plus late fees must be paid immediately.
If you are terminated from Creative Kids Daycare/Preschool due to any of the above reasons you will be liable for tuition not paid up to date, any late fees that have not been paid, In addition if I need to proceed to collect through the court system all courts costs involved in this matter including attorney fees will paid by the All parties who signed the contract.
It is your responsibility to ensure that we are aware of any food allergies your child may have.
All children must enroll in the USDA’s Childcare food program (CCFP) at the time of registration. This program is available to everyone without regard to race, color, national origin, age, sex, region, or handicap.
The food provided will be nutritious and well balanced in accordance with the CCFP.
Infant formula is provided only if you are on the food program and meet all guidelines. I Provide Kirkland signature formula for children under 1 year of age. If you do not prefer this formula you have the right to buy your own formula or use breast milk. It is a requirement of the CCFP that all formula be iron fortified. Infants are kept to their own feeding schedule. It is your responsibility to inform us of any formula/food changes.
Mealtimes are as follows:
For children 1 year and up
Breakfast or Am snack 8:30 – 9:15
Lunch: 11:30 - 12:30
Snack: 3:00 - 3:15 P.m
Babies are on their own schedules
Clothing and supplies.
A.Parents are responsible for your child to be properly dressed for the type of day before arriving.
B.Parents are responsible to provide two extra change of clothing for each child. Unless potty training then i need minimum of 6 changes of clothing. Any item brought from home must be properly labeled with the child’s name. We are not responsible for lost items.
C.Children may NOT bring toys or food or personal items from home.
D. One week before your child starts daycare/preschool please arrange to drop off the following items.
*One standard size crib sheet (for sleeping cot or mini Crib)
*1 sleeve/package of Diapers
*A box if wipes
*Spare clothing including socks
Also for infants under 12 months
*Formula if you’re declining my brand
*4 Bottles and liner if your bottle needs them. Please make sure they have labels
*Breast milk or formula if you do not plan on using mine formula
*Desitin or Diaper rash cream of your choice (if child is in diapers)
*Sheets and blankets will remain here and will be laundered weekly until your child leaves my care.
Earthquake Kits are a very important part of your child’s life if there would be an earthquake while your child’s here in daycare. I can not properly take care of your child in an earthquake unless I have their earthquake supplies ready to go. Please provide a backpack and include all items listed for your child’s age group.
“For Children newborn to age 12 months”
2 sets of clothing with socks
Bottles enough for 1 day supply
Bottle Waters enough for 1 day supply and cleaning
Bibs for eating
A toy or 2 and picture
Diapers enough for 1 day
Wipes 1 pack
Pacifier if your child needs one
For children 12 months to 5 year”
1 set of Clothing including socks
Diapers 1 day supply if your child needs them
Wipes 1 pack for cleaning
4 pairs Underwear if you child is potty trained
“Food for 1 day supply” This food is a suggestion
Fruit snacks, Multi grain bar, health bars, canned fruit, small bag of rice, canned beans, canned vegetables.
Canned food with pop top lids help
6 bottle waters “A must”
A toy or 2 if you can fit it in. A picture of the family.