The Parent Handbook has been written to describe our program, philosophy, policies, and all the practical details that go into making each day as happy and successful as possible. Please carefully read this handbook and keep it for future reference.
Keeping up-to-date immunization records for your family, especially your children, is important. You will need your children’s immunization records to register them for school, child care, athletic teams, and summer camps or to travel.
Part of our registration & enrollment procedure for child care need to have parents fill out.
MEDICAL OR SPECIAL CARE INFORMATION about your child. This is the “must have” form that all providers need to have parents fill out.
We must have written permission for anyone other than parent/guardian to pick child up from the center.
Sleep/Nap Time is no less important than food, drink, or safety in the lives of children.
Maintaining up-to-date and accurate records is essential to protecting the health, safety, and well-being of children.
Students at Amazing Kids Learning Center will be involved in school activities where they may be photographed.The majority of parents are happy for their child’s photographs to be used and their children enjoy seeing their photographs on the web and on school publications.
Inaccurate information may result in a child being released to the wrong individual, receiving the wrong medication, or receiving inadequate care.
During the meeting, representatives of other agencies will have access to the child’s educational/health and another records and information that permits his or her personal identification. This information may not be disclosed without the consent of the parents.
A medical statement signed by an approved health professional is required of all children.This is the “must have” form that all providers need to have.
A healthy school setting gives all students the best chance to learn and grow. Vaccines are very important to this effort. They protect children from getting and spreading diseases that can make them very sick. For this reason, we require children aged 2-months to 18-years-old who are entering or attending child care, public school, or private school be vaccinated against certain diseases.