Payments + Fees
|15 hours/week||$12 /hour||$180/week||$780 / month|
(The monthly fee reflects a 52 week /year divided by 12 months.)
If tuition paid in full for whole year-10%off
Tuition is payable in advance or on the first day of each week/month.You have the option of paying in cash, by check, or by major credit card.There will be a fee $25.00 for any checks that are returned for any reasons.
If two checks are returned, you must pay in cash thereafter.There will be a late pick up charges of $5.00for every 15 minutes after the end of your child’s day.Any changes (additions days, fees, extra hours, etc.) must be paid with the following week’s/month’s payment.
One month deposit is required to secure your child’s place on Bambi Child Care. This is due upon signing Parents –Provider agreement.Security deposit must be used as payment for the last month. Please provide at least 4 weeks of advance notice if you intent to leave Bambi. Failing to do so will result in withholding of your deposit.
Enrolling and/or reserving a future space for your child at Bambi Child Care are simple.
- Contact us to schedule a time for you and your child to visit. We will be happy to answer any questions that you may have. During your visit, you will have the opportunity to meet us, learn more about what we have to offer, and meet some of the other children that we provide care for.
This is important and helps to ensure that both parties are comfortable with their surroundings and expectations.
- Read Parents Handbook, after we can start registration process.
Then complete Childcare Registration/Parent-provider and Payment Agreement, and various enrollment forms.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 simply decide on a start date.
For the safety of the children, please call your child’s program site if your child will not be attending for any reason. The fee remains the same regardless absence.
The fee remains the same.
For The Summer vacation -50% off from your weekly/monthly fee. Please notify us about your summer vacation in May.
Before your child’s start date, you have a four transitional weeks, where your fee is the same that you were signed up for (❶❷❸❹❺)
All children need time to adjust, and all children adjust differently. It may take a few hours, a few days, or a few weeks.
During this time is very important a good communication between parent and provider.Parents are always first and foremost in children’s lives, but good child care can help you be the best parent you can be. At Bambi child care Daycare we understand and empathize with your feelings of separation.
The following are examples of some of the ways that we help parents through this initial period of adjustment.
- 4Encouraging parents to discuss their feelings.
- 4Validating your feelings as a universal human experience.
- 4Providing parents with information about the positive effects of a quality daycare on children.
- 4Providing parents with evidence, such as photographs, that their child is enjoying the activities, and his or her interactions with others throughout the day.
- 4If it was a difficult drop-off, we will often follow up with a phone call on your cell phone or at work with a happy update or you are free to call at any time.
- 4We work in partnership with you and your child to make this initial period of adjustment go as smoothly as possible.
Additionally, we offer parents the following tips to help ease separation anxiety.
◊If your child has not been used to getting up early, you may consider getting them into an earlier bedtime routine a week or two before starting daycare, and allowing them to awaken at an earlier time in the morning.
◊If your child is required to bring their own sheet, blanket, and pillow let him/her pick them out during a special shopping trip! How about a new backpack to bring home all of your beautiful arts & crafts that you ll be making?
◊Organize your morning routines to allow for a little extra time during drop off. Children feel your frustration or anxiety for being late for work and will cling to you longer.
◊Let your child brings a piece of home with them: a special blanket, toy, or teddy can be very comforting. Photos of family members, neighbors, and pets can be left with us to help remind your child of familiar people if he or she feels lonely during the day.
◊Expect crying and clinging, at least during the initial period of adjustment. When you’re getting ready to leave, tell your child when you’ll be back.
◊You can give your child a special job, for example, allow them to hold your sunglasses for the day, saying that you will be back to get them for the drive home.
◊Do not linger too long in the daycare, even if your child is unhappy. Do your best to settle your child into an activity, say your goodbyes, and give hugs and kisses, then make your exit.
◊Be on time when you pick up your child. Picking up your child every day around the same time will help build your child’s trust and help him or her understand that he or she is not being abandoned.
These are just our tips and you can help us with your very helpful tips!!!