Dress code for all children
Children must be dressed in appropriate, comfortable clothes and shoes. Play clothes are encouraged. Tight, revealing, and oversized clothes are not considered appropriate school attire. Thongs, sandals, and heeled shoes are not appropriate. Long hair must be combed and tied back away from the eyes. To avoid accidents, no jewelry is permitted in school. (Please refrain from wearing dangling and loop earrings). All Clothes must be marked with the child’s name and must be taken home at the end of the day.
Please ensure that your child always has an extra set of clothes clearly marked with the child’s name in their cubby. Children can spill food or have accidents. For wintertime please make sure they have an undershirt and a warm jacket. Please put on sunblock before you send your child to school.
- Play Clothes
- Extra Clothing
- Layer clothing during winter
- Label all clothing
We will provide sleeping facilities for children. Parents should supply and keep one (1) cot sheet and one (1) blanket for your child. Parents are asked to take these home every Friday, wash and returned on the following Monday. Nap time is usually after lunch for a period of 2 hours. Sleeping facilities are available to all children including Kindergarten students although children in this age group very rarely want to sleep.
Please ensure that your child does not bring toys to school. Personal toys are not permitted in school and if lost or broken the school will not take responsibility. At this age the concept of sharing is harder to teach when toys are brought to school. The school maintains an adequate supply of toys and also have provisions for breakage and loss of these toys, but we cannot ensure the same for toys brought to school. For those children starting school for the first time, we do allow your child to bring a favorite toy or item. This is to ensure the smooth transition into the school. Once your child gets used to school, we ask you to go back to the no toy policy.
A child may be terminated from school, if the opinion of the Director / Administrator it is in the best interest of the child or the school.