Late Pick ups

Being picked up late is very stressful and worrisome to young children.  If there is an emergency and you will be a few minutes late, please call the Center immediately at (603) 535-2299.  Parents arriving after their child has been in care for 9 hours (if not signed up for extended day) and/or parents arriving after 5:15 p.m. will be charged a fee of $15.00.

If at closing time no one has come to pick up a child and we have not heard from the child’s parent, we will try to contact the parent by phone.  If we cannot reach a parent, we will begin calling the emergency contacts named by the parent on the child’s registration forms.  At one hour after closing time, if we have not heard from the parent and have not been able to contact someone authorized to pick up the child, we will contact Plymouth State University Campus Police, the Plymouth Police Department, and child protection services.

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