IN ORDER TO PREVENT THE SPREAD OF COMMON COLDS AND TO INSURE RAPID RECOVERY, PARENTS SHOULD KEEP A CHILD AT HOME WHEN THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS APPEAR: HIGH OR CONSTANT LOW GRADE TEMPERATURE, VOMITING, ENLARGED GLANDS, CHILLS, CROUP TYPE COUGH, PAIN EAR ACHES, RED OR DISCHARGED EYES, HEADACHE, DIARRHEA, SORE THROAT, AND THE MOST COMMON OF ALL --RUNNING NOSES. IF ANY OF THE ABOVE SYMPTOMS ARE FOUND IN A CHILD AT SCHOOL, PARENTS WILL BE NOTIFIED AND ASKED TO TAKE THEIR CHILD HOME IMMEDIATELY. A NOTE FROM THE DOCTOR MAY BE REQUIRED IN ORDER TO RETURN TO SCHOOL.
THESE REGULATIONS BENEFIT THE CHILDREN AND STAFF, AS THERE WILL BE LESS ILLNESS IN THE SCHOOL!
THINGS TO BRING:
Please be sure to complete and update as needed, all registration material, emergency contacts and the required health forms. CHILDREN WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO ATTEND SCHOOL WITHOUT THESE REQUIRED FORMS ON FILE.
Dress your child in the appropriate school uniform. Children are encouraged to explore, to be curious and to be creative and spills and spots are inevitable!
SCHOOL T-SHIRTS ARE REQUIRED FOR ALL STUDENTS AT NANA’S PRESCHOOL AND LEARNING CENTER.
Good discipline is based on respect, honesty, trust, caring, and love. Discipline is what we do for and say to children to help them develop and internalize self control, self-respect, self-esteem, self-awareness, and self-determination.
The result of a “good discipline approach" is a child who learns to conduct himself/herself in a socially acceptable way.
When your child experiences difficulty in the classroom the staff will work with your child and urge him/her to use words, and to listen to the words of others. The Early Childhood staff works at positively reinforcing acceptable behavior. In an extreme circumstance of unacceptable behavior, the child will be removed from the situation in the form of a brief "time out". problem, you will be
The staff needs to ensure a safe environment.
We encourage parents to discuss with the Early Childhood Director any questions you may have or problems which are not clearly understood. Communication and consistency between home and school is essential to a child's development
Young children will bite one another on occasion. While biting is not a preferred activity, it is reasonable to assume that biting, as it is a developmental behavior, will occur occasionally between young children. Nana’s Preschool will try to limit biting among children and will evaluate each situation individually.