Here are a few questions with their correct answers for you to know about things beyond the running projects, the planed activities and the description of our daily routine.

1.- What are your hours of operation?

7:30 am - 5:30 pm Monday through Friday

2.- What happens if I am not on time to pick up my child?

We recognize the stress put on parents to pick up children on time from most daycares: that is why we have elected to always have an on-call teacher. This service is available every day and payable at time of pick-up. If you are going to utilize this service, we encourage you to call and let the teacher know approximately when you will be arriving. This is for the benefit of both the teacher and child. Please be aware that a late fee equal to wage plus overtime for the on-call teacher will be charged after a five-minute courtesy period. This is charged on an hourly basis.

3.- What age children do you accept?

Children beginning with ages 6 weeks through 5 years

4.- How can I get more information about enrolling my child?

We are glad you are interested in finding out more about Spanish for Fun Academy. If you reviewed the enrollment page and have more questions, please, use the contact form to provide us with your name, email address and phone number. We will send you more information through the email. We look forward to meeting you when you come in for a tour. Thank you for your time and for visiting our website.

5.-Where can I get information about the last inspection made by the state?

First you can contact the Center's director or the person in charge of that matter. Also you can contact the local CHD and schedule a time to review the facility.

6.-Where can I get help with my child care needs?

If you are looking for child care, the Child Care Resource and Referral Agency (CCRR) in your county is a great place to start. They will be able to give you a list of providers that most closely meet your needs.
You can also contact and visit personally the centers near you. They will be very helpful.
We, in Spanish for Fun Academy, will be very pleased to inform, and up date, any one contacting us. All of you are always very WELCOME

7.-Can I get help paying for child care?

Families are eligible for financial assistance when they meet the state's low income guidelines and need child care to work, look for work, or attend employment training.You can have it if you are on public assistance and need child care in order to meet any work participation requirements.
  In Spanish for Fun Academy we can inform you about all you need to get financial assistnce

8.-What happens if my child gets sick while they are at the licensed facility?

Rules for day care centers establish what symptoms require teachers to observe children more closely and what symptoms require that providers send children home. In any case your provider is required to call you when signs of illness are observed.

9.- Can the teachers give medications to my child?

The center, day care or home provider is not required to give any medication to any child. However, if they chooses to administer medication, they must follow the guidelines in the day care rules. In Spanish for Fun Academy you must give a writen permision  to give your child any medication, i.e. when is a treatment or when an emergency occurs.

10.-Why is hand washing so important?

Washing hands is one of the single most important thing a child care provider can do. Doing so they will prevent the spread of contagious disease. It is recomended that provider, teachers, assistants, workers and of course, children,  wash their hands as  frequently as they can. The practice of this simple thing will avoid a lot of bigger ones.

11.- What is an approved food in a day care?

Child care providers must utilize foods from an approved source. Spanish for Fun Academy works with those government approved agencies that guarantee quality, freshness and the correct portion for each child in every group of age.