Our infant program focuses on each infant’s growth and development by including daily activities for physical, cognitive, social and emotional development. Our “family team” of teachers encourages the infants to develop their motor, language and social skills each day!
Our toddler program is designed around the understanding that at the age of 12 months, each toddler is now developing new ways to express their need to interact with parents, friends and teachers. Toddlers are encouraged to make independent choices, develop self-help skills and begin to solve problems. Using words is not always easy, so incorporating sign language in the classroom gives each child a voice
Our preschool program focuses on school readiness with a structured weekly curriculum that teaches art, science, math, writing and social skills. Our “family team” helps to strengthen each child’s decision making and self help skills in a safe supportive classroom environment.
The pre-kindergarten program prepares each child for the critical transition from preschool to kindergarten. The program assures that each child will be ready for the academic and social challenges of the kindergarten classroom. Our weekly structured curriculum focuses on developing, sharpening and reinforcing art, science, math, writing, reading and social skills. Our “family team” helps to strengthen each child’s decision making and self help skills in a safe supportive classroom environment
Our before and after school school-age program focuses on supporting your child’s education. We provide a homework area to help make your child’s studies easier and we encourage teamwork and problem-solving throughout the classroom.
All children are welcome into our program regardless of race, sex, handicap, color, national origin, or age. The child must be emotionally capable of participating in an all-day program. Children with special physical or emotional needs will be accepted if the program is determined to be in the child’s best interest, and/or if the child does not require an inordinate amount of staff time that would detract from other child care, in accordance with Title III of the ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act).
All of the forms and information contained in your child’s file, as well as other personal information about your child, Whether written documents, or Madalyn’s House Childcare Center employee observations and perceptions, is confidential information and will be Accessible only to the parent(s), legal guardian or custodian, Administrator, child care employees (on a need to know Basis), State Licensing Examiner, who is designated by the state licensing department (hereafter “Department”) to review Our records for licensing purposes, and a county department of health and family services or licensed child welfare Agency. Information will not be given to others without the consent of at least one parent. A parent, legal guardian, or legal custodian, upon request, has access to all records and reports maintained on his or her Child and may obtain further information regarding the child’s progress with an appropriate Madalyn’s House Childcare Center employee in the Presence of the Madalyn’s House Childcare Center Director or other designated officials. Any parent, legal guardian or legal custodian or Person or agency authorized in writing by the parent, requesting to review a child’s file may contact the Administrator for an appointment to view the records or meet with the appropriate Madalyn’s House Childcare Center employee as set forth herein. Such records and Information shall be provided to the parent within a reasonable time, not to exceed three (3) working days.
If Madalyn’s House Childcare Center has not already confirmed the identity and status of the person requesting the information, such identification shall be presented to Madalyn’s House Childcare Center before any records other information being provided.
Madalyn’s House Childcare Center shall permit parents, legal guardians, or legal custodians to visit and observe their child’s class at any time During Madalyn’s House Childcare Center hours of operation, unless access is prohibited or restricted by court order. A copy of such court order must be on file with Madalyn’s House Childcare Center.
Madalyn’s House Childcare Center shall make opportunities available at least twice each year for parents, legal Guardians, or legal custodian communication with Madalyn’s House Childcare Center staff regarding the child’s adjustment to the Program and the child’s growth and development.
All records required by the Department for licensing purposes are available to the appropriate licensing representative and those agencies authorized above. Any original paper record may not be removed from the premises of the Angels of Innocents site, except in response to a court order or subpoena specifically requesting such document.
A Weekly menu is posted near the kitchen area. Madalyn’s House Childcare Center will provide a nutritionally balanced breakfast, lunch, snack, and supper to the children as established by federal, state, and local agencies. To maintain our Standards of nutrition at the Center, children are not allowed to bring in food, unless for special occasions (see section Birthdays and Special Occasions).
Our meals are served family style. Staff sits and eats with the children and encourages good table manners. Children are Encouraged to serve themselves and to sample new foods. No child will go without nourishment for over three hours. In Addition, opportunities for food and water are offered throughout the day. For children less than one year of age formula and rice cereal will be provided by their parents all bottles will be made from home of the child. A feeding plan for all Infants should be filled out and given to the Administrative office to be filed. Foods from the menu may be Ground or chopped to assist with the transition to table foods. Parents reserve the right to bring in breast milk, alternate Formula, or baby food. Special dietary meals are available upon request as approved by a physician. If your child requires a special diet, please discuss the situation with the Administrator. The Administrator is responsible for making sure that all staff is aware of the special diet request. A substitute food will be provided under physician’s instructions by the center. Confidentiality will be considered in all cases. The Center must be notified of any food allergies. Madalyn’s House Childcare Center is a participant in the Child Care Food Program. The Child Care Food Program is operated in accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating based on Race, color, national origin, sex, age, or disability.