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We are so glad to have you as part of our
daycare family. I am a professional childcare provider, who has been
operating since 1979. To facilitate greater understanding between parent(s) and provider I have
created a handbook that covers all of my childcare philosophies, business
policies and expectations. We hope that you and your child\ren will be most
comfortable and happy here. Your child\ren are very important to us and we will
make every effort possible to keep your little one content, and excited about
their preschool experience. We hope to help each child to reach the following
1. Develop a good
self-image about him\herself.
2. Acquire a thirst for
3. Develop independence.
4. Have many positive
5. Develop responsibility
about themselves and others.
6. To let him\her know that
we here at Johnson's Daycare,
are concerned, caring
adults, who want only the best
Here at Johnson's Daycare,
we teachers spend the day teaching, loving, helping,
singing, educating, feeding, diapering painting, reading and enjoying! At
the same time a lot of notes, policies, forms, and other
information needs to be communicated to the parents. There is not
always time to devote to all this. So this Website and our handbook
is to help solve that problem.
Please feel free to discuss with me any questions that you may have.
Johnson's Daycare focuses on the needs of the child and the family. We are a
family oriented service. Today, quality childcare plays an important role in
the lives of working parents. Our program is designed to support you, the
working parent and to supplement the care, guidance, and love you provide in
the home. You are the center of your child's life and we encourage you to
become actively involved in our program.
Johnson's Daycare wants to provide a
comfortable, loving, and secure child care environment for your child--a place
where the child can develop socially, emotionally, physically, intellectually as
well as relax and enjoy him/herself. We feel it is important for the child to be
in a well-supervised situation so he or she can feel secure and comfortable
while Mom and Dad are working. Our open hours from 7:00 am - 5:30 pm are
designed for your convenience so you can leave and pick up your child without
We encourage good nutrition, good
health, and good manners. We want each child to become aware of responsibilities
to others and to develop habits of courtesy. We also want to encourage each
child to express him/herself and to direct the child's energies toward desirable
actions. We want to make each child feel he or she is especially important and
an extremely worthwhile person. We recognize the importance of childrenís
individuality and strive to nurture a positive sense of self worth in their
We believe in the value of both
structured and flexible schedules. Structured activities will include the use of
a preschool curriculum, circle time regular reading times, arts and craft, and
musical activities. Outdoor play free play birthday parties, and
educational-style videos, are some of the more flexible activates we have. We
like to have FUN so please donít expect daycare or your child\ren to be
perfectly clean at pick up time. We do lots of activities that are messy and
will do our best to maintain cleanliness and order, but fun and well-being of
the children will always take precedence over cleaning.
We feel that parents are the
child's primary educator. Johnson's Daycare is here to support the care,
guidance, and love you provide in the home and supplement it while you work. We
believe parents should have an active role in our program. There are numerous
ways to become involved--from sharing a talent to saving "beautiful junk" to
helping with field trips and parties to helping make learning materials.
As you strive to provide the very best
for your child, may we offer a few suggestions that will help your child through
his/her preschool years;
1. By your actions and words, assure
your child that you love them.
2. Provide time to share activities
with your children that are of interest to them.
3. Read to your preschooler.
4. Set a daily routine and stick to it
as close as possible.
5. Make sure he/she gets plenty of
rest (8-12 hours).
6. Be an example of what you want your
child to be. (If you want your children to
follow in your footprints be very
careful where you place your feet).
Your preschool child is a very
important part of your life. He/She demands a lot of your time and talents, and
returns all your efforts with one big hug and kiss. Appreciate your child and
be assured that you are not alone as you strive to provide the very best for
THANK YOU AND WELCOME TO OUR DAYCARE
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