Family and Organization Interaction

Communication is a continuous process. Parents are encouraged to ask questions and voice concerns to teachers or administration at any time without hesitation.

It is important that parents share information with the teaching staff that could impact their child’s day (ie: significant changes in routine, trouble sleeping, are teething, etc). If a longer discussion is needed, parents are welcome to schedule a meeting with their child’s teacher at any time throughout the year.

Interaction Approaches:

  • Artwork, Notes in your family mailbox, etc. – Your child may have a labeled mailbox in the classroom where art, newsletters, and other notes are stored. Please check it daily. Please check family mailboxes daily.
  • Classroom Boards – white boards, located inside of each classroom, contain information for parents about classroom activities that took place that day.
  • E-mails – Classroom teachers/administration utilize email as a means of communication regarding happenings in the classroom, billing, and non-urgent questions.
  • Medication – A medication form must be filled out (no medication is to be kept in the child’s diaper bag/backpack) Please notify your child’s teacher if they have medication that needs to be administered during the day.
  • Child Information Cards – Changes in information should be given to the Director/Assistant Director and the Classroom Teacher. This includes any contact changes or specific problems with custody. Families are asked to review these cards annually.
  • Pick Up or Drop Off – Changes in who will pick up your child or changes in time, appointments during the day, etc., should be communicated with the Director/Assistant Director and Teacher.
  • Questions about fees, tuition, enrollment, and schedule changes need to be directed to the Director/Assistant Director.

The following forms are available in the main entrance hallway: health appraisal, sunscreen, bug spray, medication, diaper cream, key card, topical medication, and walking field trip.