Hours & Pickup Policy
TYCC hours are 8:00 am to 6:00 pm
Pick up late fee is $2/min.
Children may be picked up only by authorized persons between our hours of operation.
Inform TYCC in advance if the child(ren) cannot be brought or picked up at the regular time. Your child(ren) will ONLY be released to authorized persons, or in case of emergency pick up by an unauthorized person, a parent must inform TYCC the name/relationship to the child and they must have proper identification.
Safety is of the utmost importance, no child will be released to
any parent who is obviously drunk, on drugs, or otherwise impaired in the provider's opinion.
Behavior Management and Discipline Policy
Discipline provides an opportunity to enable a child to develop self-control. When a child is having a difficult time following directions or treating others or property with respect, developmentally appropriate guidance techniques will be used.
These techniques are as follows:
Providing an example for children by speaking and interacting with them in a positive manner.
Rewarding acceptable behavior.
Redirecting a child to an alternate activity.
Brief separation from the group.
(This technique will only be used when a child's behavior harms or is likely to result in harm to the child, others or property.)
Sick Care Policy
Please notify us no later than 9:00 a.m. if your child will not attend care that day. Should your child become ill during his/her day in care, you will be called and we will determine the best course of action regarding appropriate care, which may include the child being picked up and taken home.
Provider reserves the right not to provide care for a child who is, in Provider’s sole judgment, ill or contagious.
No child will be accepted if he/she has any symptoms requiring constant one on one care, has a fever above 99.9, is vomiting, has excessive diarrhea, constant runny nose and/or has green or yellow thick mucus, hacking or continuous cough, any suspicious rash, any illness accompanied by open bacterial infections and/or any severe discomfort, or any potentially contagious disorder.
If there are any questions about whether you should bring your child or not, please call. Please keep your child home whenever they have a fever above 99.9 or during the first two days of a bad cold or a cough in consideration of other children and our caregivers. It is important for all of us to think of each other.
Any medication to be given must come in a clearly labeled, original prescription bottle with dosage information. Non-prescription medicine, if needed, will also be administered, if provided by a parent. Written permission is required for all prescribed medications that TYCC agrees to administer.
A child returning to child care following a contagious, serious, prolonged illness, surgery or other hospitalization must have written permission by the health care provider to attend childcare.
Medical Emergency Policy
Parents will be contacted and immediate first aid will be given.
An ambulance will be called and the recommendations of the paramedics will be followed.
If parents are not available, other family or friends on your emergency contact list will be notified.
Parents are responsible for any expenses incurred as a result of emergency room care, ambulance, etc.
Child Abuse Policy
We are required by law to report any sign of neglect or abuse of the children in our care and will promptly do so. We are liable as child care professionals for this responsibility.
Provider Sick Days, Holiday and Vacation Policy
Provider reserves (5) paid sick days per year. In case of emergency or illness, the child care provider will make every attempt to provide substitute care. However, parents should be prepared with their own backup care.
TYCC will be closed for Federal/State holidays, (3) weeks of paid vacation per year and Winter Break. An annual calendar is provided the beginning of the year to contracted parents and any changes will be provided (4-6) weeks prior to any necessary changes.