Information for Parents about Palm Springs CA Child Care

Operational Guidelines for Preschools, Daycare and Child Care in Palm Springs CA

Generally, before starting in a Palm Springs child care program, parents must complete all paperwork and submit it prior or on the child's first day. Sometimes a Physicians Report may take longer to obtain, and a grace period (e.g. 30 days) may be provided if extra time is needed to arrange a doctor's appointment. The doctor's report will typically identify completed vaccinations, allergies and any conditions that will require special handling. For daycare and child care in Palm Springs CA, if these forms are not completed it may result in your child's enrollment being suspended. It is important that parents keep their information up to date at the local Palm Springs child care office. If you move, change jobs, or phone numbers, or if your emergency contacts should change phone numbers, please let the preschool office know. Parents should review their authorized pick up lists to ensure that it is current in the event that you send someone to pick up your child from preschools or child care in Palm Springs CA. Even if you send someone to pick up your child, you will have to call the daycare center even if that person is on your child's emergency pick up list.To get your child off to a great start at a daycare in Palm Springs CA, talk to your child about daycare and all the great things to look forward to. Tell him or her about the wonderful things they are going to explore. Children often enjoy being able to go to the store for a lunchbox and school bag before school begins. Many Palm Springs daycare centers will offer opportunities for your child to visit before your child starts. Tell your child the teacher's name and remind her/him that you will be coming to pick them up at the end of the day. Separation is natural and affects different children in different ways. For providers of childcare in Palm Springs CA, on your child's first two days of daycare, plan to have your child leave earlier than their normal schedule. Several hours can be a very long time to a child in a new situation. Most Palm Springs child care centers will allow you to make arrangements so that you can spend time in the classroom with them. When it is time to leave, please give your child a clear goodbye. The teachers will take over and engage your child and start developing a relationship and comforting them. Also many daycares in Palm Springs CA will encourage you to check on your child's progress, so feel free to do so!
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Desert Son-Shine Preschool & Kindergarten 
(760) 320-9533
1800 North Viaduct Negocio, Palm Springs, CA  92262
If your child is enrolling in a Palm Springs childcare center, along with required medical records and registration and material fees, parents submit completed information and permission forms provided in an enrollment package. ...
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A Way To Grown Montessori Schools 
(760) 323-2502
3692 E Chia Road, Palm Springs, CA  92262
Some centers offer potty training, however an extra fee may be involved. For local Palm Springs child care centers, parents should ask about potty training requirements and whether children who are not potty-trained will be accommodated. ...
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King's School 
(760) 324-5464
67675 Bolero Road, Palm Springs, CA  92264
Many Palm Springs child care and daycare centers provide after school age care options. These programs can be very beneficial for assisting children to complete their homework and have great social interaction as well as physical exercise activities. ...
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Kiddie Kollege 
(760) 327-3767
490 South Compadre Road, Palm Springs, CA  92262
Summer camps are often a great way for kids to spend their summer breaks. Many local preschools and daycare centers that provide child care in Palm Springs will have well-organized camps with appropriate adult supervision. ...
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St Theresa Catholic Church & Preschool 
(760) 323-2669
2800 East Ramon Road, Palm Springs, CA  92264
A nutritious breakfast, snack and lunch each day that includes lots of fresh fruit and vegetables may be provided by some local preschools and child care facilities. Some even provide homemade meals. ...
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A Child's Place An Early Education Center 
(760) 325-5577
1542 N Palm Canyon Drive, Palm Springs, CA  92262
School age after school programs offer many opportunities for children to connect with others. When looking for child care in Palm Springs, parents should consider what sort of support is provided through after school programs at some daycare facilities and preschools. ...
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Creative Beginnings Montessori Center 
(760) 416-6333
1111 East Vista Chino, Palm Springs, CA  92262
There are many ways a parent can search for child care in Palm Springs including finding daycare centers or preschools that are close to work, school or home. Be sure to ask about parking at the center. ...
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St. Theresa Preschool 
(760) 864-9804
2785 East Viaduct Vaquero Road, Palm Springs, CA  92262
Childcare programs in Palm Springs are designed to connect with each child on many levels. The foundation of a child's learning is not only preparation for kindergarten, but also for life. Many strive to balance a school program with age appropriate play, teacher support and environment. ...
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Temple Isaiah & Early Childhood Learning Center 
(760) 322-9657
332 West Alejo Road, Palm Springs, CA  92262
Many Palm Springs child care and daycare centers provide after school age care options. These programs can be very beneficial for assisting children to complete their homework and have great social interaction as well as physical exercise activities. ...
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