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Day Care

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are your hours of operation
    Our hours of operation are Monday-Friday 7am-5:30pm.
  • I don't see fees posted on your website. How much does it cost?
    You can learn more about tuition by inquiring online here.
  • Are you open year-round?
    Yes, we are open the whole year through excluding weekends and statutory holidays.
  • What happens if the program I'm interested in is full?
    We will provide you with the next available opening in the program of your choice.
  • Do you allow and accommodate for half-day/part-time care?
    We understand that schedules can vary by household and that the need for full-time child care doesn't exist in all circumstances. We do offer half-day/part-time care for our families in order to accommodate those circumstances.
  • Are meals provided in your centers and is the food nutritious?
    Love N Cherish will provide a morning and afternoon snack. A snack basket is also available for parents and students as they enter and depart our school.
  • Does my child need to be toilet trained in order to attend your center?
    This is a very common question, and the answer is no! We help our families by assisting in the toilet training process.
  • Will my child nap while in your care? And if yes, what are the sleeping conditions?
    To ensure consistency between home and school, infants follow their own individual nap schedules provided by their families. When ready, our teachers will work with families to transition their infant to one nap time per day in readiness for their move to the toddler program. Each child in our toddler and prekindergarten programs is provided with an individual cot for their rest period of up to two hours, and they are permitted to sleep, rest, or engage in quiet activities based on their individual needs while ensuring that sleep patterns at home are not disrupted.
  • What is your policy on discipline and child guidance?
    At LNCA, we use Conscious Discipline. Conscious Discipline is a social-emotional learning program. Designed by Dr. Becky Bailey, the program supports first teaching ourselves about self-control and self-regulation, and then teaching children. We make direct eye contact with each child and explain the situation so he or she can understand the reason for our requests. Also, a technique in which teachers use no talk and no emotion from the teacher and allows the child to change the behavior.
  • My child does not seem quite ready to move up to the next class, even though he is old enough. What should I do?
    Each child is individual and will develop as such. Chronological age has much to do with both physical and psychological development, However, many other factors affect the way our children grow and mature. Wait until you feel comfortable that he or she is ready to move up and then spend some time observing the classroom to see how the other children interact with each other. That will be a good way for you to judge his or her readiness. Some children just need extra time to grow and develop. In the end, waiting until he or she is ready will make the transition much easier and smoother for everyone.
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