- Please check your child's cubby daily and take home everything except the necessities.
- Please check the lost and found regularly. It is located by the foyer and is emptied monthly.
- We support breastfeeding mothers by offering a quiet and private area to feed and a safe place to store breast milk. Please see the office for more information.
Television, Video, and Computer time
Children under age two are not allowed any screen time. Children age 3 and above are only allowed 30 minutes of TV. Exceptions are made for one monthly video. Limited iPad use is allowed in the classroom for educational purposed in 15 minute increments. Devices used for adaptive functioning for any child are always allowed.
Please leave a change of clothes in your child's cubby at all times, even if your child is potty trained, as spills and other accidents may occur. It is a State Licensing rule that we do not wash clothing soiled with bodily fluids at our center. Soiled clothes will be sent home in a sealed bag, labeled with the child's name & placed in their cubby.
We take children out to play every day, except in the case of severe weather or poor air quality. During the winter months; please provide winter clothing: boots, hat, gloves/mittens, and snow pants, so that all children may have an opportunity to play outside. You may leave clothes here throughout the season, or bring them in as needed.
Teachers will follow the displayed weather charts to make sure children are only going outside during appropriate weather and air quality.
If your child is not potty trained, please bring a package of diapers or pull-ups and wipes and refill as needed.
If your child naps, please bring a blanket to leave here.
Please leave all personal items at home including toys except for on special days which will be posted. Please do not allow your child to bring candy or gum.
Please label with first and last name on your child's backpack, jacket, shoes, food, medication, and any other personal items.
Meals and Snacks
Our menu is posted on the bulletin board and on our website. Our meals and snacks are free of charge and follow the guidelines give by the Utah Department of Education. If your child has a food allergy, we will accommodate it, if possible. Please speak with the director to set up a plan. If you have a food preference for your child that is not health related, please speak with the director. For allergies to or preference against cow milk, we will provide soy milk. We are unable to provide any other type of milk, due to the lack of required nutrients.
We are unable to make accommodations for picky eaters. If you prefer to bring food from home for your child, please bring food that meets food program requirements (speak with the director for more information). Please do not sent your child with junk food or soda. It will be left in the refrigerator and sent home with the child. We reserve the right to feed children our food in place of food brought from home, if it does not meet food program requirements.
You are welcome to bring a treat for your child to share on birthdays. State law requires that the treat be store bought and pre-packaged.
Breakfast is served from 8:00-8:45. Please feed your child beforehand if you cannot arrive by 8:45.