• Original signed contract paperwork. Please make copies for yourself before returning paperwork

    • Tell me about your child

    • Childcare contract (4 pages)

    • Emergency contact information

    • Immunization form – Licensing requires you personally fill this form out completely and sign it

  • Tuition, Registration fee & Deposit:

    • Tuition for the month beginning with the first day of care (once this is received your child care spot is secured)

    • Registration fee  (due every year in July)

    • Deposit equal to 4 weeks / 30 days of care. A payment plan for the deposit is available if needed.

      • The 4 week / 30 day deposit your child’s spot is confirmed and will be applied to the final month of child care upon graduation/moving/etc. minus vacation/personal time left on balance.

  • All tuition, registration fees, and deposits are non-refundable. You use it or lose it.

  • Copy of medical insurance card

  • Copy of drivers license

  • One complete change of weather appropriate clothing

  • Infants/Toddlers - diapers, baby wipes, special creams or ointments


ITEMS TO BRING AUGUST these are donations only and not required

A ream of white copy paper (no holes)

Costco disinfectant wipes

30 OZ bottle of Hand Sanitizer

Spray can of Lysol disinfectant spray

A large boxes of Costco snacks: some favorites: Annie’s Bunny fruit snacks, big box of goldfish, fruit leather, fruit snacks, dried fruit, apple sauce packets, kids cliff bars, veggie straws big bag, hummus, etc.


Daily formula / breast milk in bottle/s (labeled with child’s name)

Baby food / food and any necessary baby snacks

Lunch in a 1 or 2 gallon size zip log bag with a frozen ice pack



I am not able to hold a spot open for you. We can discuss this further if you have a particular circumstance. I have an operating budget and depend on filled spots to meet the budget. The weekly rates reflect all costs included to run my business on a daily basis.



  1. Bring your child clean, bathed, dressed and ready for the day.

  2. Please have them go to the bathroom at home before you leave. If they don't the most likely have accidents within the first 20 minutes of arriving because they couldn’t make it to the bathroom in time.

  3. Child’s play is messy work. Your child will be doing activities or eating messy foods that may stain nice clothing. I put bibs on but if they tear them off and don't want to wear them I am not responsible for clothing getting messy.