About Us


    To the Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center


We welcome you and your child/ children to Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center!  We strongly believe that open communication between parents and our staff are essential to fully meeting your child’s/ children needs. We look forward to developing a positive relationship.

Early experiences are vital to your child/ children growth and development. Early childhood experts agree that personality, identity, and language are largely formed by the time your child is six-year-old.

Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center is an important resource for your child during these formative years. We believe that guidance by skilled, trained teachers allows your child’s physical, social, emotional and mental development to progress smoothly and naturally.  Our developmentally appropriate program support imagination and a natural love of learning.  We provide a nurturing environment filled with warmth and encouragement. Your child/ children will discover friendship and sharing while developing a positive self-image. Our program, staff, and philosophy make Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center uniquely qualified to help support you as you raise your child.

The purpose of this handbook is to share information and ideas with parents to promote understanding of our programs and foster a spirit of cooperation between parents and our staff.  We hope you will find it useful as an orientation to both our policies and our services.



Queen E. Byrd



Table of Contents

Our Mission and Philosophy………………………………………………. 1

Education ………………………………………………………………….. 2 - 4

  Age-Specific Programs

    Staff Training

  Outdoor Play


Your Child’s First Week………………………………………………….. 5 - 6

General Policies……………………………………………………………6 - 9

  State Licensing


  Vacation/ Illness Tuition Policy

  Late Child Pickup


  Reporting of Absences



  Personal Belongings

  Hiring Staff to Baby-Sit

  Dis-enrolling  Your Child

  Children with Special Needs

  Custody and Visitation

Safety and Security………………………………………………………………….. 9 - 10

  Sign- In/ Out Procedures

  Emergency Notification

  Student Accidents


Health and Nutrition/ COVID19 Regulation..……………………………………….. 11 - 13






  Reporting of Child Abuse

  Rest Time

  Food and Nutrition


Family Involvement and Communication…………………………………………………. 14 - 15

   Lesson Plans

  Policy Changes

Optional Services…………………………………………………………………………. 15

Field Trips

School Pictures

Center Specific Information……………………………………………………………….. 16

Parent Information and Regulations………………………………………………………17 - 18

Parent Agreement…………………………………………………………………………19

Mission and philosophy


  The mission of Wonderland Daycare and learning Center is to enrich the quality of family life by providing peace of mind to parents and by enhancing the life experiences of children in our care. The philosophy of Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center is based on a set of strongly held beliefs:


  We believe that each child is a unique individual. We are sensitive to a child’s social, emotional, intellectual, and physical needs. We provide developmentally appropriate programs that focus on the process of learning and help children enjoy successful experiences.  We encourage not just learning but also the love of learning.


  We believe in providing a physical environment that is safe, clean, healthy, and oriented to children. Classrooms are arranged to offer challenging play and learning choices at a range of developmental levels. Activity areas allow children the opportunity to explore, to experience, and most important to succeed. 


  We believe that the strength of our program is in the dedication of our teaching staff. We support our teachers with training, resources, and freedom to create a unique learning experience for children. We provide many opportunities for teachers to share ideas and grow professionally. Our teachers create a caring and nurturing atmosphere and foster each child’s creatively and positively self-image.


  We believe in positive methods of discipline. We establish consistent, age-appropriate limits to help children function in their world.  Our programs are designed to develop in children a sense of independence and responsibility. We desire to strengthen each child’s own cultural identity, while instilling a respect for others who might be different.


  We believe parents are the most significant adults in a child’s life. We strive to create mutual respect between parents and teachers: a partnership for the benefits of the child. We encourage daily communication between parents and center staff. Our doors are open to parents at all times.


  Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center is an organization that values people: the children in our care, their parents, and our employees.  We strive each day to be the best provider of early childhood educational service in every community we serve.







  Our programs are based on each child’s social, emotional, intellectual and physical developmental needs. We believe children are happy and secure when they have plenty of opportunities to succeed each day. Success breeds self-confidence, self-confident children approach learning as fun and they actively search for information and solution to problems. As a result, they develop into well rounded, capable adults. Much of what we do with children is designed to facilitate the development of self-confidence.

  Each child is assigned to his/her classroom depending upon age and developmental level. A specific curriculum has been designed for each age group to accurately match the child’s developmental level. Detailed information about the day’s activities is posted each day in the classroom kid's report.

Early Impression for infants: (6 weeks-2 years)

*Supports development of social skills

*Encourages self-help and language development

*Provides nurturing, attention and conversation

*Encourages exploration and facilitate play

*Provides safe, appropriate equipment


Preschooler for Toddler: (3-year thru 5 years)

*Encourages thinking and problem-solving

*Develops an appreciation of books, reading and math skills

*Promote social skills

*Develop self-help skills

* Encourage physical and emotional development



*Encourage pre-reading, pre-math, pre-science, and pre- writing skills plus concept (4-5years)

*Develop emotional maturity

*Stimulate creativity and self-expression through art and dramatic play


Quest for Fun: (5 year thru 12 years)

*Addresses needs of school-agers

*Encourage choices from a variety of fun and age-appropriate activities

* Develop desirable social skills

*Provide fun material for children to use

*Encourage sports and physical activities

Staff Training:

  We believe that the teaching team is the cornerstone for implementing our philosophy.  Members of the team are carefully selected, trained, and evaluated. Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center has carefully identified the skills and capabilities teachers must have to meet the child care and early education needs of children. Following a careful selection process, each staff member receives ongoing training. The Center Director and Supervisor regularly observe the teachers and provide feedback to staff to ensure the capability of each employee. Teachers are provided with CDCA and Child Day Aware resources to maintain updated teaching skills.

  We support the professional development of our staff.  To assist staff in this we are enrolled in the Missouri Accreditation Self-Study Workshop. Each staff member

Classroom Environment:

  We believe our center environment must be clean, safe, and well planned.  Our administrator and teaching staff are responsible for ensuring this.

The Director and staff place children in groups by age and developmental level. We provide activities and learning experiences specially designed for child’s needs, abilities, and



developmental level. Your child will feel safe and secure in our clean, comfortable classrooms that are designed for learning. Our child-sized furniture, equipment, toilets, and sinks help your child develop self-reliance in taking care of his/ her personal needs. Our learning center offer block play, dramatic play, reading, quiet play, science, art, and manipulative for exploration plus problem solving. Your child will be enriched by an abundance of materials and equipment such as blocks, dolls, computer, cd/ recorder players, tape recorders, games, and books. Children will work and play together in small groups in the learning centers around their class room. In this environment your child can become involved in meaningful, self-directed activities


Our playground structures have been specially selected for the total development of children.  Your child will spend delightful hours engaged in climbing, sliding, running, and playing with others. Under the watchful supervision of our skilled staff your child will be safe, secure, and happy with friends the same age. Each room’s daily schedule includes at least one outdoor period. State licensing requires that we include outdoor time each day when the weather permits.


Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center supports the accreditation principles of the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). NAEYC is the most comprehensive accrediting body overseeing child care, preschool, and before/after programs. This independent group of early childhood specialists and educators set standards of excellence in the areas of learning program, classroom environment, children activities, staff qualifications, health and safety.

We’re proud that Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center is striving to earn Accreditation. It’s part of our commitment to providing the highest quality child care available.




Your :

       Child’s First Weeks at Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center

  The first few weeks in any new environment can produce anxiety for your child. The Director and teachers are sensitive to these feelings. Our staff is trained to be alert and aware of your child’s reaction to this new environment and will make every effort to help your child adjust as easily as possible.

These are some things you can do as a parent to help ease the adjustment period:

·         Take time to get to know the teachers and staff involved in the care of your child. Since your feelings may be indirectly communicated to your child, it is important that you feel confident in the staff’s abilities and comfortable about bringing your child to the center.


·         If possible, plan to talk with your child positively about the center and the things he/she will be doing there.


·         If you anticipate a problem in separation, discuss this with the staff and decide on a procedure to follow in advance. We suggest that after the necessary signing-in and exchange of greetings, you say to your child, “Good- bye.  I will pick you up later.  I know you will have a good day,” and then leave the building. This method may seem abrupt, but it will minimize separation anxiety for your child. This is preferred to “sneaking out,” because your child is well informed and has the opportunity to say good-bye to you.





·         Bring a stuffed toy or blanket. This may help the child in bridging the gap from the familiar to the unfamiliar.


·         During the first weeks, you may feel some apprehension after leaving your child. This is a perfectly natural response – we know how very important your child’s well-being is to you. We encourage you to communicate through kid's report to center during the day to find out how your child is doing. The Center Director and staff are eager to keep you informed.


·         A re-adjustment may occur after a long weekend or vacation. Your continuing positive attitude will facilitate any such transitions.



State Licensing Requirements and Policies of Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center

  We believe that licensing and rigid enforcement of standards are in the best interest of all children. Our center complies with applicable licensing regulations and standards. These standards relate to our facility, staff, health and safety procedures, nutrition, teacher/ child ratios, and recordkeeping. The center is subject to inspection by state, city health, fire, and licensing officials. THERE IS A MINIMUM OF 10 HOURS PER DAY FOR LICENSING requirements or what is agreed on enrollment form.


Enrolling your Child

  To enroll or re-enroll your child you must sign the Tuition Policy Agreement and pay a non-refundable registration fee. An Enrollment Record, Certificate of Health and Immunization Record and your child Personal Record must be completed plus return. Please read this Parent Handbook thoroughly so you will have a clear understanding of our policies and procedures.




Vacation/ Illness Tuition Policy

  The Vacation/ Illness Tuition Policy is described in your Policy Agreement.  Please remember that absentees, vacation and holidays are paid. If the center is closing for a vacation week, you will be notified at the beginning of the year. Tuition is paid on Monday morning when you arrive at the facility. If not paid in the morning when you arrive, there will be a late payment charge applied to tuition of $36.00 for paying late.

If the child runs a fever before they come to center or before they left the center the day before they cannot attend daycare until 24 hours has passed. PLEASE RETURN WITH DOCTOR EXCUSE AND DIAGNOSIS.

Late Child Pick-up

  Charges will be assessed to parents who leave their children beyond the regular schedule pick-up record on enrollment form. Wonderland doesn’t allow parents to leave the children from opening to close of center hours.  Working parent is allowed eight hours plus travel time and school students are allowed what the state approved and by their school schedule. Any time after the hours agreed to on the enrollment form is extended hours and you would have to pay extra money.


  We are closed for these holidays: New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King, Memorial Day, Juneteenth Day,Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day and the Friday after Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

  Should the traditional holiday occur on a Sunday, we will close on Monday. Should the holiday occur on a Saturday we will close Friday.  Full tuition is charged for these holiday weeks.

Reporting of Absences

  If your child is going to be absent, please notify the center staff. If your child is ill, you should notify us as to the nature of the illness, particularly if it is contagious. Absentee days are paid.


  Your child’s birthday is a special day!   We enjoy being a part of your child’s birthday celebration and like to recognize birthdays here at the center, if that is your preference.  Please discuss this with the Center Director before your child’s birthday. To ensure the safety of all children, we ask that you honor our restrictions on bringing food into the center.


  We request that all children bring a complete set of extra clothing in case spills. All clothes need to be clearly marked with your child’s name. We cannot be responsible for unmarked clothing.

  Children should come dressed for getting messy! We recommend washable, comfortable play clothes that are easy for the child to manage. Tennis shoes or other soft-soled shoes are the safest, whereas sandals or hard-heeled boots can lead to injures toes. Thongs, sandals, and boots are discouraged.

Personal Belongings

 The toys and educational materials at Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center are shared by all children as part of learning experience. The center has an ample supply of equipment and materials.

  Wonderland cannot assume responsibilities for loss or damage to any personal possession's children bring into the center.  It is distressing to children to misplace or lose belongings and sometimes difficult for the teacher to identify the owner. Therefore, children are encouraged to leave toys, food, money, and etc at home. Please help your child understand why it is not wise to bring toys or other objects that they may not wish to share with the group. However, it is acceptable for your child to bring a blanket or animal soft toy for rest time.

Lost and Found

  If your child is missing anything, please inquire at the center as soon as possible. It is much easier to return a lost item if it is labeled with the child’s name.

Hiring Staff to Baby Sit

On occasion, parents ask our center staff to baby-sit.  Wonderland does not authorize or take responsibilities for any services that employees may provide outside of Wonderland Daycare premises or programs.




Disenrolling Your Child

  To dis-enroll, we ask that you provide us with as much advance notice as possible. Please include the reason for dis-enrolling.

  Wonderland Daycare reserves the right to dis-enroll any child who presents a risk to the health or safety of other children or staff, or any child whose needs cannot be met in our program. Occasionally dis-enrollment occurs when a parent’s or child’s needs cannot be met. Refusal or inability to follow Wonderland Policy may also result in dis-enrollment.


Children with Special Needs


Wonderland Daycare uses all it resources to help your child.

Custody and Visitation

From time to time issues arise as to the release of a child to the appropriate parent or legal guardian. Please note any custody or visitation restrictions on your enrollment form. Additionally, please provide to the Center Director any documents supporting those restrictions. We will strictly adhere to the instructions provided in such documents. Please provide updated documents as necessary.



    Safety and Security at Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center

 Arriving at the Center

  We encourage you to accompany your child into the facility. This provides a smooth transition and allows you to sign-in/sign-out. Also, allows for a brief statement about your child/children night. Our responsibility begins when you place your child in the care of Wonderland. Please follow CDC regulations posted on page 12.



  When the center first opens for the day and attendance is low, children are usually gathered in one room before they move on to their respective classrooms. This provides an opportunity to get settled and gives children of different ages to interact. Likewise, at the end of the day as children are pick-up, remaining children might be placed in one room. Child/ren MUST arrive to no later than 9:00 a.m. every morning, unless you have otherwise received approval from director AND notified the Center,

    Sign-In /Out Procedure

  Parents are required to sign their child in before they can leave them at the center. Parent leave early enough from home to please allow time to sign in/out at the facility.

Emergency Procedures

  Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center had written policies and procedures for dealing with emergencies. We periodically schedule, carry out, and document emergency drills. Evacuation plans are posted in each classroom.


Emergency Notification Card


  Emergency information is record in children records.  In case of illness or injury, the file will be pulled to contact parents. If the following information should change at any time, please notify us at the center; provide updated information to staff when you sign/out and text information to director phone or email:

Home phone number, work phone number, emergency contact name and etc.


Student Accidents


Wonderland staff will fill out an incident form of the accident and procedures they followed.


Wonderland will rent a public school for fieldtrips.




   Health and Nutrition

 Medical Requirements

   We adhere to state regulations regarding immunization records for your child. Immunization records must be provided upon enrollment. Infant, toddler, and preschooler immunization records must be kept current. Validated proof of immunizations should be submitted as your child receives new immunizations or booster shots. If your child/children have asthma/ allergy an action plan should be provided from the doctor office to the facility.



  Our primary concern when administering medication is the safety and optimal health of every child. We have detailed procedures in place to ensure that your child receives the proper dosage of medication. All medications - PRESCRIPTION -must be signed daily on our medication form. All medications are stored in a lock area inaccessible to children. Medication will be administered by one designated staff member in the center.  The administration of medication will always be witnessed by another staff member and recorded by our staff on the medication form. We cannot administer any medication that has expired. We will refrigerate that medication that requires it.

  We recommend that you ask your child’s physician to prescribe a 12-hour dose of medications when appropriate. This allows you to control the administration of medication at all times.


Medication in Emergency Situations

  All member of our staff is trained in CPR and certified in first aid is present at all times in the event of an emergency. In all situations, we will follow instructions of the poison control center or physician when providing first aid procedures and/ or administering emergency medications.




  Children who are ill with a contagious disease or fever may not attend the center. If your child becomes ill while attending the center, we will call

.         If child has fever of 100 and if it is not COVID19, THE child has to remain out for 24 hours plus return with diagnosis from doctor


·         Contagious skin or eye infection

·         Diarrhea two times in the course of two hours

·         Vomiting

·         Profuse bodily discharge of any kind (Runny nose, Mucus - green or yellow)

          Unidentified Rash: please take child to doctor to ensure they do not have scarlet fever or strep throat or COVID19

Regulations for COVID19

Fever of 100

 How will facility maintain 6ft /social distancing with young children?

a. if possible, teacher will be assigned a small group of children which only they will work with daily

b. Facility will limit the mixing of children by:

Staggering playground times

Keeping groups separate for special activities such as art, music, science and exercising.

At naptime facility will ensure children's cot and or cribs are spaced out as much as possible, ideally 6 feet apart.

Wonderland will have X's placed in designed areas 6ft apart. Parents will be asked to stand on the X's 6ft apart as we sign each family in and out, one by one. You will enter through door ONE and exit out of door TWO on the front porch. You will be greeted by a faculty member who will check the temperature of both you and your child(ren). If your temperature

or that of your child doesn't fall in the guidelines of the CDCA you will be denied entry. You and your children 2+ MUST wear a mask at all times.

Parents will be required to purchase a mask for their child/children to wear while attending facility. (Ages group required to wear mask is 2 years and up). This will lower the spread of COVID19.

The facility will follow its regular schedule for cleaning and disinfecting by:

Routinely cleaning, sanitize, and disinfect surfaces, objects that are frequently touched, especially toys and games. This includes cleaning objects/ surfaces not ordinarily cleaned daily such as doorknobs, light switches, classroom sink handles, countertops, desks, chairs and etc.

What are RULES if someone gets sick?

Require sick children and staff to stay home.

a. communicates to parents the importance of keeping children home when they are sick.

b. communicates to staff the importance of being vigilant for symptoms and staying in touch with facility management if or when they start to feel sick.

c. establishes procedures to ensure children and staff who come to the child care facility sick or become sick while at facility are sent home as soon as possible.

d. keeps sick children and staff separate from well children and staff until they can be sent home.

Sick staff members should not return to work until they have met the criteria to discontinue home isolation. Plan to have an isolation room or area (such as cot in a corner of the classroom) that can be used to isolate a sick child.

Be ready to follow CDC guidelines on how to disinfect facility if someone is sick. if a sick child has been isolated in facility, we will clean and disinfect area after child has been sent home.  If COVID19 is confirmed in a child or staff member: The Facility will close immediately to quarantine all infected areas.  Parents will be notified. After _24_hours the ENTIRE building will be sanitized, cleaned and disinfected.

How can facility plan for staff absences?

Develop plans to cover classes in the event of increased staff absences. Coordinate with other local child care and reach out to substitutes to determine their anticipated availability if regular staff members need to stay home if they or their family members are sick. Recommend that individuals at higher risk for severe illness from COVID19 (older adults and people of any age who have serious underlying medical conditions) consult with their medical provider to assess their risk and to determine if they should stay home, if there is an outbreak in their community.

  The Director will determine if a child is too ill to remain at the center. If your child becomes ill while attending the center, we will call you. If your child is sent home because of illness, he/she must be free of any above symptoms for at 24 hours before returning to the center. Please return with doctor excuse.


  Experts in the field of child development tell us that biting occurs primarily as a result of a child’s inability to communicate.  Many young children are not very verbal. Children may become frustrated by a new experience, such as another child taking away their toy, or suddenly being around many other children, and may bite as a response.

When a child does bite, the following procedures will occur:

  The child receiving the bite will be comforted and the bite area cleaned to prevent infection. An incident report will be filled out and the child’s parent notified.

  The biting child will be redirected to appropriate activities. His / her parent will be notified, and the incident report placed in the child’s file. The teacher will carefully assess the classroom environment to minimize frustration for the child.  The teacher will discuss the incident with the child’s parents to determine ways to redirect the behavior.  The child will be closely supervised. The identity of the child will be kept confidential.

  Most children stop biting soon after these actions have been taken. For those children who continue to bite, it may become necessary to remove them from the center, either for a short period or permanently.






  When your child’s is enrolled, we don’t ask for your child to be completely toilet trained, but you are still responsible for toilet training.  If your child is training, please supply us with disposable diapers.



  Our center takes primed in cleanliness of every classroom.  We clean up after ourselves on a daily basis. Parents are asked to donate a big bag of wipes per month to keep all children clean.


 Reporting of Child Abuse

  We are required by law to report any suspected incidents of possible child abuse or neglect.  In some cases, we are directed by the state’s child protective agency not to notify the parent of the report. Please understand that we are legally obligated to comply with these guidelines.


Rest Time

  All children who are enrolled in the center is required to rest. Depending upon their age, children are expected to rest.  Parents are required to provide a blanket and flat sheet for children to rest on.


Food and Nutrition


Children enrolled full time are served a nutritious breakfast, lunch and snack per day.






  The child is separated from the group to allow him/ her to relax and calm down. This will help with the child not influencing his/ her peers.  The child may return to the group as soon as the negative behavior stops or significantly reduced. If the child is separated from the group two or more times in one day the child’s parent will be notified.




    Involvement and Communication


Parents are Always Welcome

  We believe parents are the most significant adults in a child’s life.  We do everything possible to ensure parents’ involvement in our programs.


  Developing methods for keeping communication flowing freely is an important part of each staff member’s responsibility.  Your input is important to us. Please feel free to discuss any concerns you may have with your Center Director at any time. 


  Please consult with the Center Director or your child’s teacher should any problems arise concerning your child, whether at home or at school.  We seek your active involvement in the center program, particularly in the following your child’s progress. We encourage you to volunteer some time with events at the Center.


  Parents are always welcome at Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center. We encourage you to communicate through Parent Engagement app at any time.  Talk with your child about our activities throughout the day.


Be a part of the Learning Process

  We encourage you to get involved in your child’s learning and development. Your child is exposed to lots of new learning activities at Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center.  Talk to your child about what fun things he/she did in the center and find ways to extend these activities at home. Perhaps your child enjoys a certain book at the center, which you could get from the library and read out loud. Art might be a favorite activity; you could buy some materials and provide an “art corner” at home.



  Many children love animals, so a trip to the zoo and get your child involve with activities at the zoo.  Or maybe your child enjoys building fantastic creations with building blocks, so visiting the science center would be fun and rewarding.


Lesson Plans

  The teacher in each classroom will post weekly lesson plan that provide information on activities and the skills being developed through these activities.


Parent Engagement:

 Parents ensure you to join to Parent Engagement app to receive daily report from teachers. The teacher will report the group activities for each day. This provides a convenient, quick means for you to be informed of your child’s daily activities and help the teacher with information on what kind evening the child has at home. This can promote a conversation with your child on the way home or around the dinner table.


Policy Changes

  The Parent Handbook is designed to promote an understanding for the programs offered by Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center and to foster a spirit of cooperation between parents and staff.

  While the Handbook describes the current program, policies and procedures of Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center the child care business is a complex and ever-changing industry. As such, there may be times when the Company has to change the policies, procedures or programs, with little or no notice.  Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center does reserve that right, in its sole discretion, to modify or change the policies, procedures or programs, in whole or in part, at any time.  Nothing contained in the Parent Handbook shall be construed as a contract between Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center and any one or all of its customer or student.



      Services at Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center


Field trip and School Pictures

 Field trip will be schedule, but parents have to fund raise to raise money to rent a school bus.

School pictures will be scheduling twice a year.



     Specific Information


Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center

3672 McRee, St. Louis, Mo. 63110

Phone: 314-772-4042   Fax: 314-772-1941


Email address: wonderland3672@gmail.com

 Website: wonderlanddaycareandlearningcenter.com


Director: Queen Byrd

 Hours of operation:   7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.



Emergency Closing:


Due to inclement weather the center may close, the director will text you or message through Parent Engagement app concerning this matter. Please look at your cell phone or email to be aware of text or mail from facility director.






The Parent Information and Regulations form are read to you doing enrollment and signed. The Parent Agreement form is read to you and sign doing enrollment.  Please follow the regulations to what you agreed to when you enrolled your child.


Parent Information and Regulations:


The following regulations and information MUST be observed by all parents of children enrolled in the program. Repeated abuses of these regulations can result in your child’s withdrawal from this program.


1.   When you bring your children each morning, please come inside with your child. DO NOT LET THE CHILD WALK IN THE DOOR UNATTENDED!!!!! Or with Siblings.  Please provide any updated information to staff in writing, email, kid's report to keep your profile updated with important information like cell phone and etc. 


2.  When a child is enrolled into the CENTER, the child doesn’t have to be completely Toilet train, but the parent is still responsible for toilet training for their child.


3.   A complete change of clothes Must be kept on hand at all times. Each item of clothing must be marked with the child’s name. when extra clothes are used a clean set MUST be brought the next day.


4.    A sheet and blanket must be kept on hand at all times. The items should be marked with your child’s name with laundry ink or with a tag sewn on. Sheets and blankets will be sent home weekly for washing. Please return these items by the next week. If child soil blanket, please bring the next day.


5.   Children enrolled in Center MUST be picked up by agreed pick up time each day recorded on enrollment form.  If late, they have to pay late pick up fee before child/children return to facility.  (Clients receiving subsidized low-income funds would have to bring in School schedule and Working client would have to record all information for job on application.)


6.      Children MUST arrive no later than 9:00 a.m. every morning, unless you have otherwise received approval from director AND notified the Center.


7.      Please call and notify us of Any Change in your schedule of dropping off or picking up your child/ children.


8.      You must contact the daycare Teacher or the Center if your child will be absent from the Center.  Your child can be dropped from the program after three (3) consecutive days of absence if you have not contacted the Center



 9. Children Must Not be sent to the Center when they are ill or have a fever. When a child run a fever, they MUST be seen by a doctor if they run a 100-degree temperature. IF CHILD IS SENT HOME WITH FEVER AND HAVE SIBLINGS, THEY ARE CONTAGIOUS TOO. PLEASE KEEP THEM OUT FOR 24 HOURS

Please bring doctor excuse to ensure they do not have COVID19.



10.     Please read your Parent Handbook completely if you are to be informed of what is going on in the Facility. Important announcements in regard to holidays, school closing, etc. are noted in the Parent Handbook. We will notify you when the center will go on field trips and other activities.


11.  You MUST notify a teacher or the Center when you have any changes in home address, Home phone, Work or School Schedule, Emergency contact number and etc.!!!!!  Having current and correct information can be crucial in the event of an emergency. We MUST know how to reach you at all times when your child is in our care.


12.  A doctor’s statement is required for your child to return after absence as a result of any communicable disease. This is for your protection, your child’s and for the protection of all those persons with whom your child come in contact. Please bring doctor excuse.


13.  Written permission must be given by you, if any person other than those indicated on the enrollment forms you completed for your child, is to pick up your child from school. This is for your child’s protection. Teachers and center have the right to refuse to give your child to anyone with whom they are not familiar. Please ask them to have driver license or state id.


14.  Please do not allow your child to bring food with him/she to school, unless you are sending enough for all of the children.


15.  Do not allow your child to bring any money or valuables to school. The staff cannot and will not be responsible for these things.


16.  If changing Daycare, please give us one to two weeks notices.


These rules and regulations have been set forth for the protection and safety of your children and for the protection of all persons your child comes in contact with every day. Please help us to maintain a healthy, happy, and safe school environment for your child by giving us your full cooperation.


We are happy to have your child with us in Wonderland Daycare and Learning Inc.   If you have any questions at all about any of above, please call me the Center at any time.

These rules and regulations have been set forth for the protection and safety of your children and for protection of all persons your child comes in contact with every day. Please help us to maintain a healthy, happy, and safe school environment for your child by giving us your full cooperation.

We are happy to have your child with us in Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center Inc.  If you have any questions at all about any above, please call me at center at any time.


Parent Agreement:

Parent Agreement:


I consent to the enrollment of my child_____________________ in Wonderland Daycare and Learning Inc. and agree that the Center shall not be responsible beyond due in care of sickness or injury to my child while in attendance at this facility.


I agree to pay $_____________ (daily, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly) in advance and I will carry out the rules and regulations of the Center.  If I cannot or do not pay the tuition on Monday morning, I understand that my child cannot come to the Center the following day or week. Also, there will be a $36.00 late fee charged for not paying when you arrive.


I also agree to pay $25.00 registration fee and I understand this amount is non-refundable.


I further understand that tuition is payable for absentee and all holidays listed within Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center Parent Handbook.



I understand my child is only to remain in the Center for approved hours. Failure to pick my child up at the designated time will result in a late penalty, payable at time of pick up.  Late penalty is $5.00 for the first minute after my designated pick-up time and $1.50 for every minute thereafter.  If you have more than one child the late fee is per child.


I also agree that in case of accident or injury to my child, emergency medical care may be given in the event that I cannot be contacted.


I give permission for my child to take part in field trips and excursions under proper supervision.


I agree to donate 3 packs of wipes per month on the first of each month. I understand these wipes are for all children to use in the center to keep all age groups clean.





Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center is an important resource for your child during these formative years. We believe that guidance by skilled, trained teachers allows your child’s physical, social, emotional and mental development to progress smoothly and naturally.  Our developmentally appropriate program support imagination and a natural love of learning.  We provide a nurturing environment filled with warmth and encouragement. Your child/ children will discover friendship and sharing while developing a positive self-image. Our program, staff, and philosophy make Wonderland Daycare and Learning Center uniquely qualified to help support you as you raise your child.