What should I do if my child is sick?
Please do not send a sick child to school. If a child arrives with symptoms of illness, the child will not be permitted to stay. Children will be
excluded from contact with the other children; seated with the staff at the front desk until parents can be notified. Please notify us when
their child contract a communicable disease. A child will not be permitted to attend preschool when he or she have vomited or had diarrhea
during the previous 24 hours. Medication may not be administered during program hours, therefore, do not send any in with your child.

What should I do if my child loses an items?
Please label all belongings. Lost and Found items are kept in a basket at the front of the schoolhouse and are donated at the end of the
school year if not claimed. Please teach and instruct your child to keep personal belongings in the bag after use.

What should the child bring in the lunch-box?
We encourage our school children to eat a lot of green vegetables. So, kindly send vegetables and chapattis or puris or parathas. Maggi is allowed sometimes only, not regularly and that too with a lot of vegetables. Please do not send junk food in the lunch-box.

Can I bring in a treat for my child's birthday?
You may provide a treat for birthday celebrations. If you wish to bring a special treat for your child's birthday, please make prior arrangement with the teachers. They will know the number of children in the class and any food allergies that must be considered.

What is the sign in policy?
A parent or Guardian or Person authorized by them must present the authorization card each day. Any person picking up a child from the school must be named on the pickup authorization for and provide identification upon request. Children will only be released to those person listed on the pickup authorization form. The authorized parent or guardian may update the form at any time by contacting the staff in person or in writing. If necessary, changes may be made by filing out a new form.

How can I keep up with what's going on with my child in class?
Parents' Teachers' meeting are held every term. Parents are allowed to meet the teachers every Saturday and discuss the progress of the child. Periodically, teachers will send home Teacher Comments' discussing your child's adjustment to and enjoyment of the classroom routine. Parent-teacher conferences are available upon request.

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