Parent Resources

Enrollment
Enrolling and/or reserving a future space for your child is simple. Contact us to schedule a time for you and your child to visit us in our home. We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to meet us and learn more about what we have to offer. This time spent gives all involved an opportunity to get to know one another and to make sure that all personalities mix well. This is important and helps to ensure that all parties are comfortable with their surroundings and expectations. After this on site visit, the registration process may begin. There are various forms to be completed and others to be read. Once they are read, completed, signed, and the deposit has been paid, your child’s space has been reserved and the final step is to decide on a start date.

Forms

The following required forms can be printed using these links below. Note, forms are in pdf format.

Child Care Enrollment (PDF)

Child Care Immunization Record (PDF)

Child Health Report (PDF)

Health History And Emergency Care Plan (PDF)

Intake For Children Under 2 Years – Child Care Centers (PDF)

Helpful Parent Links

National Child Care Information Center
A wealth of information about US Government initiatives concerning child care.

ABCs of Safe and Healthy Child Care
Sponsored by the Center for Disease Control, the U.S. Public Health Service, the National Center for Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology Program Office, and the Hospital Infectious Program, this site provides an online safety and health handbook for child care providers.

National Center for Health and Safety in Child Care
Funded by the US Maternal and Child Health Bureau, this site offers national health and safety performance standards, child care licensing regulations for individual states, health and safety tips, and more.

Wisconsin Department of Children & Families
The mission of the Department of Children & Families is to improve the economic and social well-being of Wisconsin’s children, youth and families.

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