Information for Parents about Palm Springs CA Child Care

Teacher Conferences at Palm Springs Child Care Centers and Preschools

Parent teacher conferences for your child's child care in Palm Springs CA offer the opportunity for you to get detailed and constructive feedback about your child and his/her progress. Bring a notepad and pen so you can take notes. Initially it helps if you can build a rapport with the preschool teacher, and this will also help with future communications. Your Palm Springs child care teacher should be able to discuss your child's skills and strengths, however more importantly be able to recommend areas where further development is required. Of particular importance are your child's social skills because these can have a direct impact on how well your child learns. Be sure to ask the teacher at your preschool and child care in Palm Springs CA how well your child gets along with other students and participates in class. Also, be sure to inform the teacher of any changes at home or family that could impact the behavior of your child in the classroom. Before you leave your Palm Springs child care or daycare parent teacher conference, prepare an action plan and a way to communicate and follow up with the daycare teacher going forward.You will find that most centers that provide child care in Palm Springs CA offer many opportunities for parents to become active and involved with daycare activities. Some centers will have a mandatory requirement for parent involvement, while others do not. All Palm Springs childcare centers are however conscious of the work and schedule demands of parents, and will try to schedule activities to cover a wide variety of hours and levels of involvement. Progress reports are important element for parents and daycares in Palm Springs CA. Formal progress reports are issued on a periodic basis, and daycare parent teacher conferences are also made available. Also, if you have a question or concern, be sure to talk to your child's teacher. The Director at Palm Springs child care centers will be available for questions or concerns as well.
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Kiddie Kollege 
(760) 327-3767
490 South Compadre Road, Palm Springs, CA  92262
There are many safety and security features to protect your children at Palm Springs child care centers and preschools. Some of these include sign in/out sheets, automatic locking doors with key code access, security cameras and background checks for staff. ...
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St. Theresa Preschool 
(760) 864-9804
2785 East Viaduct Vaquero Road, 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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St Theresa Catholic Church & Preschool 
(760) 323-2669
2800 East Ramon Road, Palm Springs, CA  92264
For child care in Palm Springs on your child's first two days 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. ...
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Desert Son-Shine Preschool & Kindergarten 
(760) 320-9533
1800 North Viaduct Negocio, Palm Springs, CA  92262
Parents are welcome to bring cereal or other simple breakfast food for their child/children at many Palm Springs child care facilities and preschools; often they will gladly provide milk and a helping hand. ...
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A Child's Place An Early Education Center 
(760) 325-5577
1542 N Palm Canyon Drive, 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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Temple Isaiah & Early Childhood Learning Center 
(760) 322-9657
332 West Alejo Road, Palm Springs, CA  92262
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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King's School 
(760) 324-5464
67675 Bolero Road, Palm Springs, CA  92264
Parents are welcome to bring cereal or other simple breakfast food for their child/children at many Palm Springs child care facilities and preschools; often they will gladly provide milk and a helping hand. ...
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Creative Beginnings Montessori Center 
(760) 416-6333
1111 East Vista Chino, Palm Springs, CA  92262
Most Palm Springs child care centers provide hands-on, developmentally appropriate programs that foster a child's development in the areas of physical, social, emotional, cognitive, and language. This is particularly important to encourage children to become active learners. ...
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A Way To Grown Montessori Schools 
(760) 323-2502
3692 E Chia Road, Palm Springs, CA  92262
For low income families looking for child care in Palm Springs there are government sponsored or subsidized programs available at some preschools and daycare facilities. You can check directly with the center or go to your State Government resources to find local providers. ...
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Preschools in Palm Springs CA
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