Parent and Student Rights


Parents shall have unlimited access to their children while under the care of the center unless prohibited by court order. Court order must be kept on file if such an order exists.


The parents shall also have unlimited access to their care provider while the child is in our care unless prohibited by court order.

Parents have the right:

  • To know that their child is cared for in a safe, supportive environment;
  • To unlimited access to their children (unless prohibited by a court order);
  • To access the school staff during the school’s normal hours of operation;
  • To be informed about serious misbehavior on the part of their own child;
  • To be informed of school activities.

Parents have the responsibility to fulfill their obligations as described in various portions of this handbook. These obligations include, but are not limited to:

  • Paying fees on time;
  • Keeping their child’s records up-to-date;
  • Following the health policy;
  • Respecting classroom arrival and dismissal times;
  • Contacting a staff member at the school when picking up a child so that the school knows that the child has been received;
  • Letting us know if their child will not be attending on a regularly scheduled day;
  • Acknowledge communications from teachers and cooperating in any efforts to bring about improvement in a situation;
  • Informing the school of any significant changes that occur in the home.

Children have the right:

  • To experience a safe, supportive, and consistent environment;
  • To use all the program equipment, materials, and facilities on an equal basis with the other children;
  • To receive respectful treatment;
  • To experience discipline that is fair and non-punitive;
  • To receive nurturing care from staff members.

Children have the responsibility:

  • To be accountable for their actions;
  • To respect the school rules that guide them while at school;
  • To remain with the group and staff always;
  • To care for materials and equipment properly.