FAQs

We try to anticipate questions you might have about our services and provide the answers here. If you need additional information, please contact us via our e-mail address.


What are your hours of operation?

Our normal business hours: Monday - Friday 6:30 am - 6:30 pm.


What age children do you accept?

Children ages 6 weeks through 12 years.


Do you have transportation to the local elementary schools?

Yes. Moore Elementary, Matzke Elementary, Black Elementary, Bleyl Middle School


Do you provide outdoor time?

Yes. Our playground is equipped with age appropriate toys and a completely fenced-in yard for safety.


Do you provide meals and snacks?

Meals: Meals at our school are served family style in a relaxed setting. For children eating table food, we serve a morning breakfast a nutritious lunch and an afternoon snack. Our menus are posted in the classroom and are available to you upon request. There may be times when we have to substitute one food for another, while maintaining the nutritional content of the overall menu; this will be posted where the menu is typically posted, in order to keep you apprised of what has been served.


May parents visit the center?

A Parent Wishing to Visit Their Child at School: Kids Clubhouse have an open door policy and welcomes all parents to visit unannounced and observe and participate in the activities their child is undertaking. If either parent comes to the school to spend some time with his/her child on a day in which he/she doesn’t have court-approved parenting time, we will allow the parent to have a short visit with the child, as long as it does not disrupt the classroom or the child’s ability to participate in our program. The Campus Director will use his/her discretion as to the length and frequency of the visit. The parent will not be allowed to take the child off school property on a day in which he/ she do not have approved parenting time. The same process will be followed for all school events occurring during or after school hours. This includes parent-teacher conferences, holiday celebrations, festivals, etc. We believe it’s important for both parents to attend their child’s school functions and fully support each parent’s right to do so. If there are court orders that specifically restrict a parent’s right to come to school or see their child at times other than those approved by the court, then those orders will prevail.


Is your staff trained?

Yes, our school follows the state regulations as it applies to training. All staff is trained in First Aid/CPR, Child Abuse Awareness, Injury Prevention and Infectious Disease Control. We provide additional annual training for our staff covering areas such as curriculum, child development, classroom arrangement, classroom management, age appropriate activities, nutrition, field trip planning.  We encourage our staff to continue their education through different CDA and CCP programs.


What is your policy on sickness?

In the event that a child develops a fever of 101 degrees or develops diarrhea, vomiting, unusual rash or other obvious illness, the child will be isolated and the parents will be notified to pick up their child from the center. Parents will be notified if a communicable disease is introduced into the daycare. Kids Clubhouse makes every effort to protect the health and safety of the children.


What kind of discipline to you use?

We have been very successful with a practice of "positive reinforcement" for good behavior combined with an effort to redirect inappropriate behavior. Corporal punishment is not a practice of Kids Clubhouse.


Does my child have to take a nap?

After lunch children are encouraged to take a nap or a rest period for two hour(s). He/she may not go to sleep but they are expected to lay quiet and not disturb the other children.


Does the daycare have insurance?

Yes. We carry liability insurance protection.


Does the center offer extended hours care?

No.



Does the center administer medication?

Medications will only be given as stated on label directions and as directed by the Physician.  All medications are stored in a locked area inaccessible to children. We will refrigerate medications that require it. Medication is not typically administered on field trips unless it is either a life threatening circumstance (such as allergic reactions to bee stings), or a drug that has a dosage duration shorter than the anticipated time for the field trip.


Do we have Evening, Overnight and Weekend Care Available?

No.



Do you have field trips?

Yes, we provide at least one field trip per month for those children who meet the State age requirement.  Field Trips are year-round and they include, but are not limited to,  local businesses, the library, museums, parks, bowling, ice skating, miniature golf, seasonal activities (such as pumpkin picking etc) and in house activities.  Parents are always welcome to join us.   


Is playtime/outside time available?

Yes, our school is equipped with an outside play area. Our school also has an indoor gym, which is utilized in the event of inclement weather.  There are scheduled times for each classroom in the morning and afternoon for outside play. The play area is fenced and gated for safety.  The play equipments are state-of-the-art and we abide by the Federal regulations on safety equipment and their surrounding fall zones.


Is internet / webcam available at your center?

Yes, we provide a state of the art internet viewing system that allows you to be a part of your child’s day.  With your internet viewing account you and other family members can observe your child (ren) learn and explore. Additionally, administrative staff monitors all the cameras in the front for safety and security purpose.


What kind of discipline to you use?

We have been very successful with a practice of "positive reinforcement" for good behavior combined with an effort to redirect inappropriate behavior. Corporal punishment is not a practice of Kids Clubhouse.