Departure

When you arrive for pick up, you may find your child involved in some serious play.  The transition to leave the Center can be as difficult for your child as it is to leave you in the morning.  Give your child some time to finish what he or she is doing and take time, when possible, to explore the Center and get to know us better.  Please sign your child out and let the staff know that you and your child are leaving.  This is very important if the group is on the playground.

Please keep in mind that children begin resting at the Center at 12:15 p.m. and some remain resting until 3 p.m..  We ask that you help us to create a restful environment by talking softly and walking quietly in the hallways during this time.

The Center building closes at 5:15.  All families must have exited the building by this time.

 

 

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