Admission to Kidsville Childcare and Development Facility is open to all children aged six weeks to twelve years, regardless of race, gender, color, religion, political persuasion, national origin, handicap, ancestry, or sexual orientation.
Child Care Enrollment Step 1: Check Availability
If you are interested in enrolling your child at Kidsville, please check to see which openings are available. Due to our small group size we do not experience the high turnover of group centers so we can't guarantee there will be openings. If there are no openings available, please add your name to our waiting list.
Child Care Enrollment Step 2: Interview and Tour 📷
We highly recommend that parents visit any center they are considering prior to enrolling. It's almost impossible to tell if a program is right for your child without seeing it in person. Contact us to schedule an interview and tour of our facility. During the interview you will receive an enrollment application, print copy of our policies, and materials to help you choose the program that is right for you. Feel free to bring your child with you so he or she can meet the other children and see what fun things there are to do here. Be sure to allow around 30 minutes so we have adequate time to discuss your child's specific needs, our program policies, and to address all of your questions.
Child Care Enrollment Step 3: Enrollment Application
To secure your spot, please pay the $25 enrollment fee. After receiving the application and enrollment fee we will send you confirmation of your child's enrollment and enrollment packet. Once you receive the packet, please take time to complete each of the forms and to become familiar with our policies before your child's first day of attendance.
Child Care Enrollment Forms
The enrollment forms must be completed, signed and dated. No child can be accepted for care without the proper forms on file.
Child Care Disenrollment Policy
At some point it will be time for your child to move from our care to school or another situation. The Parent/Provider Contract may be terminated by either Kidsville or by the parent. Two weeks' notice must be given in writing when the parent terminates child care services. Regular tuition payments are due during this time whether the child is brought for care or not. Kidsville may terminate a child's enrollment effective immediately for the following reasons: failure to pay tuition and/or fees on time, lack of parental cooperation, inability to meet the needs of the child, failure to pick up the child on time, failure to complete and return required forms, verbal or physical abuse or threat by a parent or other person transporting a child, a child's behavior which threatens the well-being of any person at Kidsville, or for any other reason as deemed necessary by Kidsville. When notice of termination is given by the parent or by the center all outstanding bills must be paid; regardless of which party terminates services. If the parent does not give a written two-week notice, tuition for the two weeks following the child's last day of attendance, Kidsville Childcare and Development has the right to bill for that time period enrolled.
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