Questions to Ask When You Pick a Childcare Center
- January 28, 2021
- Doris Gray
Your child isn’t going to stay a baby forever. Sooner or later, you’ll need to start thinking about putting your little one in daycare. Before that day arrives, you’ll want to make sure you do everything you can to make the right choice. Here are questions to help you.
How Much is the Tuition?
Cost is a major factor. Even if you have a generous budget, it pays to know how much the tuition is before you move any further with the application or entertain thoughts of sending your child to that Jeffersontown childcare center.
How Long is the Waiting List?
Many of the best daycare centers have a long waiting list. Is that true in this case? Then you’ll want to ask in advance. Knowing how long the waiting list on average is will help you prepare and maybe even sign up the name of your child on the list even if your little one is still a year or two away from going to school.
How Do You Discipline the Kids?
Does the daycare center use harsh punishment on the kids to get them to follow? How does the teacher handle misbehaving kids in class? Find out as much as you can. If the school believes in humiliating the students or punishing the kids without even explaining why the action was wrong, that won’t help the kids improve their behavior.
What Safety Protocols Do You Require?
A good school will have strict safety protocols to ensure that the kids are safe from any exposure to Covid-19. That’s a must when you look for a daycare facility. If it implements and follows safety guidelines, that’s the daycare you’ll want for your child.
What are Your Qualifications?
Ask the school about its qualifications as well as the credentials of its teachers. How does the teachers interact with the students? Observe to check if the students are engaged in the lecture or not.
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