Frequently Asked Questions
What are the Center’s Fees?
For the school year of 2018-2019 the weekly tuition is:
Infants and Toddlers Full Time - $ 399.00
What are the Center’s days and hours of operation?
The Center is open Monday through Friday from 7:30am to 6:30 pm. Please, find below our paid holidays schedule for the school year of 2017:
Easter – Good Friday
Independence Day (and/or observing day)
Thanksgiving Weekend (Thursday and Friday)
The week between Christmas and New Year’s (paid week)
What do I need to register my child?
Each child entering the center must bring an updated physical form, signed and dated by his/her pediatrician, including current immunization documentation. Children that are not school age must have their physicals updated yearly.
A security deposit of two weeks tuition is due at the time of enrollment plus $100.00 registration fee that is non refundable.
What do I need to provide for my child’s daily routine?
The Parent/Guardian will be responsible for providing the following supplies to the Center for use in the care of the child:
Do I need to provide meals for my child?
Our Center provides AM and PM snacks for the children. A Snack List is posted on each classroom informational board. Parents provide breakfast and lunch for their child.
If my child is out, sick or in vacation, do I still pay?
Yes, full tuition is due.
Do I get discount for enrolling siblings?
We offer a 15% discount for enrolling siblings.
What is the illness policy?
If the child gets ill while at our center and it is contagious (fever, wet cough, infections), he/she will go in an isolated area with a staff member until parents pick up (or other pick up person on list), as soon as possible. A doctor’s note is needed in order to return.
Children are to be kept at home for at least 24 hours after temperature is normal.
Children with diarrhea must be kept home until the child has had 3 or 4 normal bowel movements. (Usually 24 hours after first normal bowel movement).
If a child is sent home from the center, you will be given a check list of why he/she was sent home which gives guidelines when your child may return.
Is this Center a nut safe facility?
A Place Like Home is a peanut and tree nut safe facility. We have a number of children with peanut and/or tree nut allergies. Please carefully review food labels of any foods you send in to the center to ensure they are “nut safe” and have no warning labels of potential peanut or tree nut traces to help eliminate any potential risk to children with severe nut allergies.
What would the Infant/Toddler’s schedule looks like?
The Infant Program is set up on an individual basis, according to the schedule provided by the parent/guardian to the center and designated to enrich the infant’s developmental skills.
Times are flexible: Infants receive bottles & naps as needed, diapers are changed every 2 hours or as needed.
What would the preschool children schedule looks like?
How am I going to know about my child's daily routine?
A Place Like Home keeps our families updated through an application called Brightwheel. This app is available for Android and iOS devices and it is a great way to keep you posted about your child routine, daily projects and activities. It includes real-time photos and feed of activities throughout the day, such as nap and meal times. Stay in touch with the teachers and strengthen school learning with activities at home. You can also invite grandparents, nannies, and friends – with control over what they can do and see on the app.
Learn more at: https://mybrightwheel.com/parents/
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