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FAQ | We Kare-A-Lot

We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. is open Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. every day of the year except for specified school closures.

These closures include, but are not limited to: New Years Day, Teacher Work day in March and June, Memorial Day, 4th of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving and the day before and day after, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day and possibly other days as designated by We Kare-A-Lot, Inc.

We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. may take an observed holiday if one of these holidays falls on a weekend.  Our closure dates are published every December of the preceding year.

We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. serves all children ages 1 year old and walking through 16 years of age.

We have an open enrollment policy. Children are enrolled at the center without regard to religion, race or ethnicity when space is available.

We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. is in compliance with the Americans with Disability Act by providing the means necessary to assist any special needs child in the center.

We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. has a movie library for the children to view. The videos that We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. have are rated “G” and appropriate for the children. The library includes Disney movies, Veggie Tales, Thomas the Train, Bob the Builder, etc… Movies are only watched occasionally and for special events.

The children at We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. will occasionally watch videos as they relate to our lessons or for fun due to inclement weather.

At We Kare-A-Lot, Inc. we use Love and Logic as our primary source of discipline. This means the child will have three (3) chances to correct their behavior and if not corrected they will be given thinking time. We use reflective listening, redirection, and positive reinforcement. We use a thinking spot, instead of saying “time out”, the child will be directed to their thinking spot for some thinking time instead of asking them to go to time out.

If a child is endangering themselves, teachers, or other children the parents will be called and asked to come pick up their child. This includes, physical violence towards others, excessive biting, and/or poor choice of words, phrases or usage of adult words.

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