Visiting the Center

We welcome parents and other family members to our Center at any time during the day. We ask that all visitors report to the main office at the Center before going to the classrooms, except when dropping off or picking up children.

Occasionally families ask if their child(ren) (who are Center alumni) can come to visit the Center in order to visit former classmates and teachers.  We are very happy when this happens.  It gives the children and staff a chance to maintain those important friendships that mean so much to all of us.  However, due to licensing regulations, we must require that the visiting child(ren) stay for a maximum of ½ day (8 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.) and are accompanied by his/her parent(s) or guardian(s) for the entire stay.

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